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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.
















Soldiers of /lorrida

In Me

Se min o l Inn dian Civil

and

Spanish-.Xmerrican Wars.















Prspared and publistsd under tAe supervision of the
joard of State Yns/tiutions,
.Pfr autorrrd 6 Chaaler V3O .Cawus
o/ .'or/da, approved /ay 4f /O90.
















AYlor/da in the War between tAe states .



With the 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. Slemmcr, 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, eaca 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, i85r, 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 Islan-, 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']856, 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. Oi January 12, I86i, Colonel Lomax, with the Florida and
Alabama troops, seven companies, numbering 700 men, marched to the Navy
Yard, and halted at the East Gate. Leaving his men he, with Gene al Chase's
aides, Col. R. L. Campbell, Captain Randolph, late of the United States
army, Captain Farrand, la'e of the United States Navy, and two Alabama
officers, Marks and Burroughs, proceeded to the office of Commodore Arm-
strong, where in the name of Governor M. S. Perry he dem t ded the surrender
of the Navy Yard and stores. To this demand Armstrong announced that
he would relinquis his authority to the representative of the sovereignty of
Florida.
The flag of the United States was immediately hauled down and the flag
of the State raised in its place. The marine; remaining in the barracks were
at one paroled and allowed to go North on the store-ship Supply.
Lieutenant Slemmer determined to hold Fort Pickens and decl ned to
admit that the Governors of Florida and Alabama had any authority to demand
his surrender. Gen ral Chase made the second demand, which was
refused; later on a third attempt was made to induce the Lieutenant to aban-
don his position, but without success. On the mainland was assembled a














SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 37

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













38 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

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














SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 39

and 30 captured. Of this number the Ist Regiment lost 6 killed, 8 wounded
and. 12 captured. Killed, Capt. Richard Bradford, of Company F; Sergt.
W. R. Routh; Privates Henry A. Tillinghast and John Hale, of Company A;
Privates Lewis F. Thompson and Smith, of Company B; wounded, Corporal
Lanier and Privates James Ecles, of Company B; William McCorckle, Philip
L. Simms and William Denham, of Company A; James Hicks and Amos
Sharitt, of Company B; Peter O'Neal, of Company C. Captured, Lieuts.
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; 1st 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, 1st 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
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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 Ist and 3rd Regiments consolidated. The 3rd, forming the
right wing, and the 1st, 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.





















OTHER FLORIDA ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATING IN
THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.

CAVALRY

First Florida Cavalry composed of 10 companies

Second Florida Cavalry composed of 12 companies

Fifteenth Confederate Cavalry 6 companies

Fifth Florida Battalion of Cavalry 9 companies



ARTILLERY

Dykes' Light Artillery, Gamble's Light Artillery, Marion Light Artillery,
*Morton's Confederates, Milton Light Artillery, Dunham's Light Artillery
and Abell's Light Artillery.

*This company was organized at Milton, Florida in the spring of 1861.
They were ordered to report at Memphis Tennessee and were there mustered
in as Company C, of the hOth Tennessee Regiment, a regiment made up 6f
four companies from Arkansas, frou from Alabama, one from Kentucky and
the above company from Florida under command of Colonel L. M. Walker.
The Regiment later became the 5th Confederate Infantry.




The ]st and 2nd Florida Reserves and several independent companies also
participated.


































Old Guards, Mounted Rangers-Captain James H. Breaker.

The Old Guards were mustered into the service of the State by Captain
Joseph M. Taylor March 29th 1862. After three months service they were
mustered out under General Order No. IX, by Captain Joseph M. Taylor at
Brookville, Florida.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. RBEMARIS.

orFIcrZs.
Captain-
James H. Breaker.................. March 29, '62 May 17, '62
1st Lieutenant-
M. C. Peterson.............................. March 29, '62 May 17, '62
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, Darlin..... ....................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Allen, John B....... ..... .... March 29, '62 May 17, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Andreas, Jackson L....... .... March 2, '62 May 17, '62
Baker. John F................................. March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Baker, Thadeus L......................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Bassett, John........................... March 29, '62 May 17 '62
Bayer Nathan........................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Boyet, John....................................... March 29. '62 May 17, '62
Burnham, A. G................................ March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Cray. William R...... .............. March 29, '62 May 17 '62 2nd Corporal.
Crughton, John P..................... Marc 29. '62 May 17, '62
Ederington Francis H.................... March 29, '62 ay 17, '62
:llis, Thomas E........................ March 29, '62 My 17, '62
Elverton, Goodman P............... March 29, '62 ay 17. '62
Frierson, Aaron T............................. March 29. '62 May 17, '62
Frierson. William L................... March 20, '62 ay 17, '62
Gerard, Jacob A............................... March 2, '62 May 17. '62
Harrell. Edward M....................... March 29, '62O y 17. '62
Iarrell, John E............................... March 29. 'C62!M y 17, 'O2
ayman Jam ........................March 29, '02 May 17, '62
Hill. Chesly D.................................. March 29, '21 May 17, '02
Hope, Henry................................... March 29, '62Mnay 17 '62
Hope. W illiam.................................March 29. '62May 17, '62
Hunt, W illiam J.............................. March 20, '62 May 17, '62
Jackson, Thomas B........................March 29. '62 May 17. '62
Junp, Thomas J............................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62



















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Old Guards, Mounted Rangers-Captain James H. Breaker.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. j IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ersy born.................................. March 29, '62 May 17. '62
aw, Joshua B ........................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
McNeil, John...............................March 29, '62 May 17. '62
Mayo, Anderson............................ March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Mayo, Washington T................. March 29, '62 May 17 '62 let Sergeant.
Me, William H.............................. March 29, '62 ay 17 62
Mikler. Jacob B........................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Mizell, Joshua............................... March 29, '62 M y 17, '62
Mizel. Moran............................ March 29, '62 May 17. '62
Mundon, Alien B..................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
O'Neil, Cotton B.............................. March 29, '62 May 17, '62 1st Corporal.
Osman, Robert C........................ March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Parnell, Gillis..... ...................... March 29, '62 May 17. '62
Pearce, Samuel I..............March 29, '62 May 17 '62
Pinkston, James T..................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Pinkston, Thomas G. B................ March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Seals. Cornelius................................. March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Smith, William S........................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Strange, Peter................................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Sykes, Frederick............................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Thomas, Spencer T........................ March 29. '62 May 17. '62
Thompson, J..................................... March 2, '62 May 17, '62
Townsend, John......................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Tucker, Elijah H .......................... March 29, '62 May 17, '62
Wall Perry G................................... March 29'62 M y 17, '62


Milton Artillery-Captain George C. Acosta.

A roll of artillery company, recorded as the Milton Artillery, organized
for the defense of the St. Johns River and Jacksonville. There is nothing to
show when this Company entered the service, how long it remained in service
or where or what that service was. The names of a few of the members of
this Company are to be found in the IIth Regiment. Evidently the Company
was organized early in the War and was dissolved, after possibly a few weeks
organization, and its members enlisted in other commands.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
George C. Acosta......................... .......... ........................
Ist Lieutenant-
John Thomas............................................... ........................
and Lieutenant-
John Price......................................................... Re-enlisted, Co. D, 11th Regiment.
3rd Lieutenant-
John Price, Jr........................................... ........................... Re-enlisted, Co. D, 11th Regiment.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, George W ................................................................... Re-enlisted, Co. D, lth Regiment.
Allen, William 8....................... ... .......... ......
Andrew, John C....... ........ ............ .........
Bigelow, E......................... .....
Bigelow, L. B...................... ....... ......
Calwell, G eorge........................................................ .................
Cam pbell, W esley............................................... ........................
Capella, Laurence .................................................

Firnhendorf, Bernch,............................. ............ ......................
Gam es. Joseph..... ... ........... ..............................................
G ilchrist, George................................................ ........................
G illen, W illiam J...................................................... ........................
G risham Ephriam .......................... ....................... ............ .........
G rotley. John..... ............................................. ........................
Hammon, Elias........................... ........................ ....................... Re-enlisted, Co. D, th Regiment.
Hammon, Semore.......... ............... ...........
Hammon, William.................... ...............
Hammon, William B....................... .................. ...............
Hartley, Gabriel.....................................
Hartley, Joseph..................................................... ...............
Hartley, W illiam................................... ...............


















42 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Milton Artillery-Captain George C. Acosta.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARB S.

H opkins G. W ....................................... ............ .....................
renka. Henry.................... ........................ ......... ...............
ne Elbert ........................................ ................
Jones, Mitchell... ................. ..............
Lag, James....................... ...........
Low. Archibald...... ........... ..........
Mason, Charles J...... ..............................
McDowell, John C..................................................................
McGregor, Patrick.............
M c ntre, Wenry ................................. .................................
O 'N eal, H enry .................................. ........................ ........................
Ortegas, Ignedis.............................. ........................ .... ..............
Ortegas John ..... ..................... ........................ ........................
Petty, George .........................................
Petty, George. Jr............................................... ................
P hillips, R obert ........................... ........................ ........................
Pickett, H.............. ..... .......... Re-enlisted Co. D. 11th Regiment.
Roberts, Andrew J......................... ............... ... ........................
Roberts, F. M................................... ....................... ..... Re-enlisted, Co. D, 11th Regiment.
Roberts. I h ................................... ........................ ........................
Roberts, Josiah, Jr........... ............... .................
Roberts, J. M ... .......................... ........................ ........................
Roberts, Washington.......................... ... ..................
Songer, Henry .................... .................
Santo, Joseph.................................. .............................................
Scott, Edward................................... ................... ..............
Serdy, Julius..................................... ................... .............
Sittlebery, John............................. ..................
Stone, Charles............. ...................................... .......
utty, John...................................... ......... ............
Tanner, Joseph................................................... ........................
Thebout, Bartolo................................................... ........................
Turner, C. T..................................... .... ... ................
Vin ant, Jam es................................................................ .......
Whitaker James...............................................
Wilford, Lewis....................... ...............
Wingett, Joel B ...................
Wingett, John D .................... ................
Worley, George .................... ........................______________


Taylor Eagles-Captain John M. Hendry.

This Company was called into the service of the State by the Governor
Son the 28th day of October, 1861, but the record does not show who mustered,
to what command it was attached or where it served. The ages given show
that the men were all within the military age except five, who were sixteen
and seventeen years of age.


MUSBTERED MUSTERED
NAMES, IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFlCERB.
Captain-
J.M. ndry...................... Oct. 22, '61 ..........
ult Lieutenant-
William H. Sevor..................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
and Leutenant-.
J. H. Baker.................................. Oct. 22. '1 ..................
3rd Lieutenant-
William J. Smart......................... Oct. 22, '61 ......................
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson. Jerry W....... ............ Oct. 22, 1....................
Arnold, rancis M........................ Oct. 22, '1
Blanton, A.................................... Oct. 22, '61........
Blanton, J. B.............................. Oct. 2 '61...........
Boyett, James............................. Oct. 22 '61 .......................
Brantley, A.....................................Oct. 22 1...........
Carlton, T. A. ...... ... .. Oct. 22, '61 ........... .......
Devane, ..................................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
Duncan, A. J............................... Oct. 22 '61 .............
English, J. C......................... Oct. 22 '61 .......................
Flinn, S. B.......... ........... Oct. 22 '61 ...........
Harrell. W. H. ......... Oct. 2 61 .............
Henderson, W ......................... Oct. 22, '61...........



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 43


Taylor Eagles-Captain John M. Hendry.
(CONTINUED.)

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.

Hendry, J.W ........................... Oct. 22, '61 ...................
f Hendry, R. W............................. Oct. 22, '61 .....................
Howren, A. C............................ Oct. 22 '61 ........................
Howren, J. B................................. Oct. 22, '61 ........................
ackson, James 0......... ......... Oct. 22 '61 .......................
Lanier, Bird............ ...... Oct. 22, '61 .....................
Lewis. John ................................. Oct. 22. '61 ...........
McCall, B. F... ..... ...... Oct. 22, '61 ..............
McMullen, D. J......................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
McMullen, E. H............ ..... Oct. 22, '61 ...............
Morgan, J. N.................. ............ Oct. 22, '61 .................
Newborn, William....................... Oct 22, '61...........
O'Neal, C. C.................... Oct. 22, '61...........
O'Quinn, J. R ....... ......... Oct. 22, '61 .................
Robertson, W. E... Oct. 22, '61 .......................
Rowell, David............................ Oct. 22, '61 .....................
Sharpe, C. W.............................. Oct. 22, '61 .....................
Sloane, Malach ................................. Oct. 22, '61 ..... ......
Sloane, W. R.............................. Oct. 22, '61 .................
Starling Alfred .......................... Oct. 22, '61 ....................
Taylor William B .......................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
W white, S. R ....................................... Oct. 22. '61 ........................
Woods, F. M .............................. Oct. 22, '61 .................
Woods, John.................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
W oods, T. J, Jr............................... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
Zipperor, J. A............ .. .... Oct. 22, '61 ........................
Zipperor, S. G..................... 22 '61 .................
Zipperor T. E...................................Oct. 22, '61 ........................


Bartow Cavalry-Captain John W. Brady.

This Company was raised under an order from Governor John Milton,
dated October iith, i861, and was ordered attached to the Ist Cavalry Regi-
ment, Florida State Troops, Colonel John Bradford commanding. The mus-
tering was done by John W. Brady and James L..Winter, at Jacksonville,
Fla., October 14th, 186I, but there i. nothing to show where the Company
served or when it was mustered out of service.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICEBRS.
Captain-
John W. Brady ............................. Oct. 11, '61 ...........
zst Lieutenant-
James L. Winter.......................... Oct. 11, '61 .......................
2nd Lieutenant--
Charles C. Henford............... Oct. 11, '61 ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
S. I. Robinson......................... Oct. 11, '61 .................
ENLIBTED MNI
Atkinson, William............................ Oct. 11 '61 ....................
Bacon John G..................... Oct. 1 '61 .................
Bacon, Sylveta....................... Oct. 11, '61 .. .. .........
Barbee. Josph A...................... Oct. 11, '61...........
B gelow, E...... ............................. Oct. 1, '61 .... .......
Bigelow Lucius................................ Oct. 11, '61 ........................
Brown, ...................... .. Oct. 11, '61
Brown Hen................................ Oct. 11, '61 .
Burney, M ........................ .............. Oct. 11, '1 ..............
Burnham, William............ Oct. 11, '61........... .
Byrne, John............................... Oct. 11, '61......
Dacosta John B........................ Oct. 11 '6...........
Cannon, David M ..........................Oct. 11 '61 ...........
Carmichael, J................................... Oct. 11, '61 .......................
Cox, Hat................................ Oct. 11, '61...........
Fawcett, J ........................................ Oct. 11, '61 .................
Flynn, Charles M..................... Oct. 11, '61 ...........
Gardner, George........................ ct. 11, '61 ...........
Gardner, Isaac................................ Oct. 11, '61 ...........
Gardner, John.............................. Oct. 11, '61
Geiger, John.............................. ct. 11, '61 ........
Goodspead, .............................Oct. 11, '61........................




















44 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Bartow Cavalry--Captain John W. Brady.

(Cornvrzo.)



MUSTERED M UTERED
NAMES. I N. OUTI. RIARK

ordon, William M......................... Oct. 11, 61 ......................
Grace, Maor C......................... Oct. 11, 61 ...........
Gunn, W.......... Oct. 11, 61 ...........
Hagin, John........................... Oct. 11. 61...........
Hagin, Joeph ..................1.................Oct. 11, 61 ................
Hall. William J............................. Oct 11, 61 ........................
Hartly, BenjamJin............................ Oct. 11, '61 .....................
Hartley. Frank ........................... 11....................
Hartley Geor................. ............Oct. 11, 61...........
Hartley Redwc............................ Oct. 11 '61.......
HirJac, W....................................Oct. 11, '61...........
Hoan., hauben....... ............. Oct. 1 61 '8............
Hartls. A.eader........................ Oct. II, '61 .................
Hoirs on, ........................ ........... ct. 11, '61...... .....

Hudnall, Jame...... .................... Oct. 11, '61...........
lamunel......... ........ Oct. 11, '61 ...........
Hughes, R en ........................Oct. 11, '61...........
Hurlbur Jame .....................Oct 11 '61...........
Jaudon, amuel ..............................Oct. 11, '61 .....................
Jaudon, Henry ................Oct 11, '1 ...........
Jaudko, Riamu ............. Oct. 1, '61........
uKernanb, Thoma.........................Oct. 11, '61 ...........
LaCoure Joeph.. .................. Oct. 11, '1...........
Lorriy, John............................. 11, 61..........Oct .' ..............

Low, Columbia................................. Oct 61 ........................
cFall, Carle.................. 11, 61.................
MGdrawn, Roert ...................... ........ t. 11 e ...........
atesr se, Theodore........................Oct. 11 61.....................
lre i. JL.h ..................... ......o.. 11, '61 ........................
LMller, Nathniel W.........................Oct. 11, '61 .....................
McFael, Charles ................................. O r 6lr 1 ................


MiGranda, oThma ....................... Oct. 11, '61 ......................
Peterson, h d.................... 11, '6 ........................
Plunk,. ichael.................................. Oct. 11, '61 ........................
Puty, George Jr.............. Oct. 11, '61 ...........
Rihardon, a ........................ 11, '61........................
Rouse, Ansel .................Oct. 11, '81...........
Shadd, John D. ...............Oct. 11, '61...........
Bidberan, John .......... .......... Oct. 11, 61...........
silcox, Araac......... ::: ....... Oct. 11, '61...........
Bparkman, Alfred...... ....... Oct. 11, '61...........
Sparkman, ue... ...........Oct. 11. '81...........
parkmason, William ........................Oct. 11, '61 ........................



Bpiers, William .........................Oct. 11 '61........................
S Sweat, Alfred J....... ........ Oct. 11, '61 .....................
Turkhadetd, James ..........................Oct. 11, '61 ........................



Turknett Lawrence............. Oct. 1, '81...........
W don, Robert........................Oct. 11, '61.....................
Weedman, Bernard............. ............Oct. 11, 61 ...........
Wedman, Phll .......................... Oct. 11, '61 ...........
Wheaton, T. J...................... Oct 11, 61 ........................
Whitaker Jacob.............................. Oct. 11, 61 ........................
Widen John D.......................... Oct. 11. 6 ........................









Brigade of Florida Militia, issued October 2nd, 1862, this Company was mus-
tered into service on the 3rd day of October, and remained in service until
the ixth, when they were regularly mustered out by the Captain command-

ing. The Captain reported that his company was not uniformed, that he
and his officers were duly commissioned by the State; he also reported as a
part of his company equipment two teamsters, two wagons, four mules and
one servant.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 45


Florida Cavalry-Captain M. F. Irvin. '
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTEnRD MUBTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMA"RI

OrmCERS.
Captain-
John M. F. Irwin.................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
ist Lieutenant-
H. K. Garrett.......................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
and Lieutenant-
Elijah A. Martin......................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
yd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, John B............................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 let Corporal.
Anthony, L. M................................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 Surgeon.
Bellamy, B. A................................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11 '62
Bryan, Ham G................................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 2nd Corporal.
Burke, C. C...................................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11 '62 Sergeant.
Butler, M. A................................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 1, '62
Coker, James P...................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, "62
Dekle, T. G. H................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
Dickson, James W........................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '61
Dickson, William F....................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
Edwards, John W......................... Oct. 3. '62 Oct. 11 '62
Gannon, John W....................... Oct. 3. '62 Oct. 11, '62
Glover, Ben P.................... .... Oct. 3, 62. 11 '62 2nd Sergeant.
Godwin, Thomas A.......................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct 11 '62
Harvey, Charles E.................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 st Sergeant
Harvey, John L.................. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
Harvey, William H........... ....... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11. '62
Hinson, Joseph B..................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
Irwin. Sam .............................. Oct 3, '62 Oct. 11, '
Killgore, A. W........................... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11. '62
Land, James C...... ................ Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 Corporal.
Logan, William H..... ....... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 Corporal.
Minchin, N. ........... .......... Oct. 3 '62 Ot. 11, '62
Morgan, N. M. A.............. Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62
Nichol, Joseph J.......... .... Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11 '62 Sergeant.
Prather. Thomas F........................ Oct. 3, '62 Oct. 11, '62 Cornet.
Scott, Andrew........... ...........Oct. 3 '62Oct. 11, '62


Jackson Black Hawk Cavalry-Captain A. B. Hamilton.


This Company formed a part of the Ist Regiment, Ist Brigade, Florida
Volunteer Militia, commanded by. Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C. James, was
called into the service of the State by Governor Milton on the 19th day of
October, 1861, for a term of six months unless sooner discharged. The Mus-
tering Officer, C. M. Harris, certified to the correctness of the roll, the condi-
tion of their horses and equipment and their acceptance into the service of
the State for the term specified.


MUsTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARK.

OFFICERs.
Captain-
B.Ham ilton......................... Oct. 19 '61 ................
ist Lieutenant-
Z. H. Fenn........................ ............. Oct. '61 .................
2nd Lieutenant-
H M Pace.................................. Oct. 19, '1 ......... ........
3rd Lieutenant-
P'lelix Grim mley......................... Oct. 19, '61 ........................
ENLISTED MEN
Armatead. George............................. Oct. 19. '61 ........................
Bassett, Charles E........................... Oct. 19, '61 ........................
Carpenter, Henry............................. Oct. 1 81 .............
Carpenter, William ..................... Oct. 19, '61 .................
Corbit, Nicholas.......... ....... .. Oct. 19, '61 ...........
Cowan, James..............................Oct. 1 '61...........
Daniels. W illiam.............................. Oct. 19. '61 ........................
D avis, M artin................................... t. 1 '61 ... ......
Dickson. Columbus....................... t. 19. '61 ... ........
Dykes, J. H ..................................... Oct. 19, '61.....




















48 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Aucilla Guards-Captain William Bailey, Jr.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUr. REMARKS.

orrcIas.
Captain-
William Bailey, Jr..................... Nov. 28, '61...................... Became Captain Co. G. 5th Regiment. March. '61.
Ist Lieutenant-
Joseph McCants......................... Nov. 28, '61 ..................
2nd Lieutenant-
J. B. W alker................................ Nov. 28 1 ..... ...............
3rd Lieutenant-
W illiam S. Harris........................ Nov. 28, '61 .... ................
ENLIJ8HT MEN.
Atkinson, Craven............................. Nov. 28 '1 .................. Corporal.
Atkinson, Jesse...............N.................. No 28, ..........
Ayers, Ira........................................ Nov. 28, '61.................. Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Bazemore, Stephen......................... Nov. 28, '6 ..... ...............
Bishop, Ejah............................ Nov. 28 '01...................... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Bishop, Ely..................................... No. 28 ................... 2, 6. ... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Bishop, Hilary........................ ov. 28, '61..................... Re-enlisted Co. 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Brown, W. H ........... ........ Nov. 28, 1 .................. Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Carroll, W illiam J.......................... Nov. 28 '61 .... ..................
Chestnut, John...... ........... .......... Nov. 28, .... ................
Crosby, Paul.................................... Nov. 28 '61....... .......... Corporal.
Crosby, Thomas....................... Nov. 28 '1....................
Gill. B. L.................................... Nov. 28, '61...... ...... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62; Pro-
Gray, Asa............... .... Nov. 28, '61 ........ ...... moted 2nd Lieutenant.
Grubbs, G ..................................... Nov. 28. '61.......................
Holton, George................................. Nov. 28, '61 ... .......
uggin, Thomas....... .... Nov. 28, '61............... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
ins Samuel................... Nov. 2 '61....... ........... Re-enlisted, Co. C, 5th Regiment, March, '62.,
ohns, .................. .......... Nov. 28, '61 ............. Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Johnson, S. W...... ................ Nov. 28, '61....... ........Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Jones, Joseph W...... N.. ov. 28, '61........ .... Reenlisted. Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Kinsey, John.................................. Nov. 28 '61.... ......
Kinsey, Joseph............................. Nov. 28, '61..... ...............
Kinsey, William N....................... Nov. 28, '61 ...........
Lynn, J. B ......................................... Nov. 28, '61 .... ...........
orri, William ............................. Nov. 28, '61 ...... ..... Reenlsted, Co. A, th Regiment March, '62.
Poppell, John................................... Nov. 28, '61 ..... .... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Raysor, Alfred, Jr...... ... .......... Nov. 28, '61 .... ......
Raysor, E. H..... .................... Nov. 28, '61 ....... ..... st Corporal.
Raysor, George...................... Nov. 28, '61 ....... ..... 2nd Sergeant; Re-enlisted. Co. G, 5th Regiment;
Promoted 1st Lieutenant, March. '62.
Roosor, G. D.............................. Nov. 28, '61 ....... ....... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Raysor, J. M ............................... Nov. 28, '61 ............h Rement. sergeant.
Richardson, William M................... Nov. 28, ............ Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment March. '62.
Scott, Samuel................................. Nov. 28, '61..... ......
Simmons, James........................ Nov. 28, '61.........
Strickland, William....................... Nov. 28, '61 ....... .... Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment. March, '2.
Tuten, James .... ........................ Nov. 28, '61 ....
Walker, Berry ................................ Nov. 28. '01 .... ........ Re-enlisted, Co. G, Sth Regiment, March, '62'
Walker, R............................... Nov. 28, '6 ....... 1st Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. G. 5th Regiment,
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. March, '62.
Walker, James....... ............ .... Nov. 28, '61 ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. 5th Regiment. March, '62.
Walker, J. A.......... ..................... Nov. 28, '61 ........................ Sergeant; re-enlisted, Co. G. 5th Reg't March '62
W alker, John 8............................... Nov. 28, '61 ........ ..........
W walker, Stephen J........................... Nov. 28, '61 ........ ..........
Wheeler, J. C.............................. Nov. 28, '61 ........ ......... Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62.
Wheeler, J. H............................. Nov. 28, '61 ........ ............ Re-enlisted, Co. G. 5th Regiment. March. '62.
Whidden. W. R.......................... Nov. 28. '61 ........................ 2nd Corporal.
W hitehurst, Burrel........................... Nov. 28, '61 .... ...............
W hitehurst, M. 8 .............................Nov. 28, '61..... ...............
Whitehurst, Perry............ Nov. 28. '61 .....................
Williams, Arons.................... Nov. 28, '61 .....................

Florida Volunteer Coast Guards-Captain Henry Mulrenan.

This Company was organized and called into the State of Florida by
Special Order No. 2, issued from the Adjutant General's office, Tallahassee,
November 27th, 1861. They were mustered by Henry Mulrenan, Captain
commanding, no station or term of service is stated.

MUSTERED MUSTERED
qAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OrFICEBB.
Captain-
Henry Mulrenan.......................... Nov. 27, '1 .....
tst Lieutenant-
Walter C. Maloney..................... Nov. 27, '61 ..................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 49


Florida Voluntere Coast Guards-Captain Henry Mulrenan.
(CONTINUED,)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

2nd Lieutenant-
Robert B. Smith............ Dec. I '1 .................
3rd Lieutenant-
Samuel B. Ashley................... Nov. 27, '61 ............
ENLISTED MEN.
Alberry, Benjamin........................... Nov. 27, '61 ..................... Seaman.
Allison, Joh ........ .... .... Dec. 1, '61 ........................ Mate.
A nrson, Charles...... ....... Nov. 27, '61 ................ Seaman.
Ball John .... ... ..... Jan. 1, '62 ........................Seaman.
Bar t, James...... ..... ... Dec. 1, ........................ Seaman.
Berry Charles H................ ....... Nov. 27, '61 ........................Mate.
Bethel, John..................... ....... Dec. 1 '61 ................. Coxswain.
IBuckley, Timothy..... ... ........... Jan. 1. '62 ..................... iMate.
Burns, Thomas.......................... Nov. 27, '61 .... ....... Seaman.
Butler. Thomas............................. Dec. 15 '61 ... ... ... eaman.
Chapman, Charles......... ......... Nov. 27, '61 ..... ..................Se man.
Cole, harles I.................................. Nov. 27, 1 ...... ........... Coxsw in.
Collins, James C. ........... ..... Dec. 15, '61 ............'.. Seaman.
Combs, Charles................ ........ Dec. 15, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Crusoe. Peter........................ ......... Dec. 1, '61 ........................ 'Seam an.
Diar, Francisco.............................. Jan. 25, '62 ............ Seaman.
Dorsey Edward............ ........... Nov 27, '61 ........................ eaman.
Edwarl, George W .......... ... ........................ Seaman.
Fagan Joeph............. .... .... Jan. 1, '62 ...................... eaman.
Feliz, rouplina.............. ..... Dec. 1 '61.............. eman.
Felkrob, Ordrof............................... Jan. 25, '62 ................. Seaman.
Franklin, W illiam ......................... Nov. 27, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Herrymand, William...................... Jan. 1, '61 ................. Seaman.
Josslyn, W illiam A........................... Jan. 1, '61 ...................... Seaman.
Lovett, James..... ......................... Dec. 20, '61 ...................... eaman.
Low, Alfred.............................. Dec. 1, '61 ....................... Seaman.
Martin, Antonio............................. Jan. 25, '62 ................. Seaman.
Mason, John................................... Jan. 25, '62 ............ Seaman.
Marrilar, Augustus................. Nov. 27, '61 ...................... Seaman.
Miller, Charles................ .... Dec 15, '61 ......c.................. Seaman.
Miller, Moody............................... Jan. 25 '61 .... .................. Seam an.
Morgan, Samuel.................. .... Nov 27, ............N 27 '............ Coxswain
Morrison, John B......................... Dec. 15, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Moss, Josephus. ...................... Nov. 27, '61 ...................... Seaman.
Olivera Marquis........................... Dec. 1, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Richards, George.......... ...... ... Dec. 24, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Rogers, Julius D...... .... ...... .. Jan. 1, '621 ........................ Seaman.
Russell. John................................... Jan. 1, '62 ................. Seaman.
Sands. John B........................ ....... Nov. 27, '61 .................... Seaman.
Sawyer, W illiam......... ...... ........... De 1, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Sherbert, Julion.............. .... Nov. 27, '61 ................. Coxswain.
Simpson, Johnston..................... Jan. 25, '62 ................. Seaman.
Smith, George W ............................ Ja 1, '62 ..... ............ eaman.
,ullivan. James.............................. Jan. 25 '62 ................. Seaman.
Swain, llyaman C.......................... Dec. 15, '61 ......... ........... eaman.
Tolbert, James W........................ Jan. 27, '2 .............Seaman.
W atson, Robert ............................ De. 1, '61 ..................... Mate.
W hitehurst, Daniel........................ Fe 1, '2........................ eaman.
W illiam s, Peter................................. Dec. 1, '61'...................... e m n.


Infantry Company-Captain James P. McMullen.

Mustered into the service of the State of Florida on July 20th, T861, to
October 2oth, 1861, by order of Brigadier General J. M. Taylor.. This Com-
pany was stationed at Clearwater Harbor, and at the expiration of their three
months' service was mustered out and the men composing it joined other
commands.

MUITERII IMIUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.*

OFFICERS.
Captain-
ames McMullen............. ...... July 20, '61 Oct. 20. '61
Ist Lieutenant-
G. W. Whitehurst.................. July 20. '61 Oct. 20, '61
2nd Lieutenant-
Levi S. Wh tehurst............ July 20, '1l Oct. 201 '*1
3rd Lieutenant- |
A. .I Youngblood.........................uly 20. '61 Oct. 20 '61;



















o5 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Infantry Company-Captain James P. McMullen.
(CONTINwrn.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
IAMES. IN. OUT. RBxMA&K.

ENLISTED MEN.
Arnold, H. ....................... uly 20, '61 Oct. 20 '61
Arnold, M. E........................ Ju y 20 '61 Oct. 20 '61
Boothe, R ........... ..... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61 2nd Sergeant.
Bowden, B. I........... ............. July 20 '61 Oct. 20. '61 1st Corporal.
Branch, John............ ........... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Branch, J. L............ ..... Julk 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Brownlow, B. E ..... ............... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '1 Sergeant.
Brownlow, J. P..... ............... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Campbell, W. N............... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Carlie, J. ....................... Ju y 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Clay, Adam....... ........................ July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Clay, W. .................................. July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Coller W T........................ July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61 Sergeant
Crawford, Jesse.......... ............... Ju y 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Crum, D. B............................. July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Garrison, G. A.......................... July 20 '61 Oct. 20 '61
Garrison, J. N.......................... Jul 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Garrison, S. D ..................... ...... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61 Corporal.
Gaskins, Lewis............................ Juy 20, '61 Oct. 20. '61
Gawhrd Frank R ...... ..... July 20 '61 Oct. 20 '61
Griner, avid................................... July 20, 61 Oct. 20, '61 Corporal.
Griner, M. P......... ........ July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Hay, Abram...... ................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20. '61
Hay, J. R...... ..................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Hern, H. B.......................... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Hill, R Robert....... ...... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Holland G. W.......... ...... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Kittles, Lawrence............. ..... Ju 20. '61 Oct. 20, '61
Leavett, James......... .....July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
McLead, Ferinand............ July 20 61 Oct. 20, '61
Marsh, M........................................... July 20 t. 20 Oc '61
Mobley, W. L............................ July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Moody, J. M................................... July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Moody, N. M........................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Papy, Charles........................ 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Parker, W P.................................. July 20 '61 Oct. 20, '61
Patterson, Mart n....... .................. July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Rogers. J. D............................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61 1st Sergeant.
Ross. T. D.... ......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20 '61
Smith, G. W ..... ......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20 '61
Stevens, John................ ........... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Stephenson, S. H......... ...... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Swain, B. C..... ..................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Tillman, J. W......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Townsend. Elijah.......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Tullis, J. A....... ........................ July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Turner, A. C............................. July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '01
Turner, D. .................................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Washington, G. ............ ......... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61 2nd Corporal.
White, W. ..................... ..... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
W hitehurst, D........................ .. July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Whitehurst, J. S...................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Whitehurst, M. E......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Whitehurst, Walton......................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Youngblood, D. N............................ July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61
Younblood. S. 8....................... July 20, '61 Oct. 20, '61

Shellpoint Rangers-Captain A. C. Lang.

There is nothing in the record to indicate when or where this Company
was mustered in or by whom. Presumably it was sometime in 1861. A total
absence of any record of the Company subsequent to its recorded roll would
indicate that it was one of the companies that was dissolved after a short ser-
vice and whose members re-enlisted in other commands. This supposition
is rather sustained by the fact of several names appearing on this roll appear
latter on the roll of companies in Scott's battalion of cavalry.

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
A L ang.................................... ........................



.. .



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 51

Shellpoint Rangers-Captain A. C. Lang.

(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED IMUSTERE
NAMES. IN. OUT. RBEARKS.

ist Lieutenant-
W illiam A. Giles........................... ...................... ...
2nd Lieutenant-
Johnathan W atson...................................... ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
John Eubanks..... ..........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Ange, Oden.....................................
Andrews Elijah................................... ....................................
B aker, Jacob..................................... .............. ........................
Baker. John M ................................................................................. Corporal.
Baker, M arhew............................... ................. ... ................ sergeant.
Bell, James..... ........... ........................
B ell, W K ....................................... ................. ........................
Bracker, Andrew........................................ .......................
B racker, John ...... ............................................ ........................
B raswell. H enry.............................. ....................... ................
Braswell, Marid .......... .............. ............................................. corporal.
Coleman, John M...................... ............................................. Drummer.
Coleman, W. K........................ ............................................. 1st Sergeant.
Cone, W ......... ....................................... ........................
Danil n. James........................ ................ ................. ......
Eubanks, Hardee..... .................... ......
Fountain, Green..... .................. .......
Fountain, W E................................ ................ ....................
Giles, James M..... ............. ........... ...... .... Fifer.
Giles, William W..... ............... ...............
Owaltny, James F............... ..............
Hemby, J. T.......... .. ...... ...........
Johnston, I. W....... ......... .......................... .... 2nd Corporal.
Johnston, L. T................ .......... ...... .................... ...............
Johnston, William..... ........ .......................
Johnston, ylie............................... .. .............. ................
M athew John ..... ..................... ........................ ........................
M athew, Steven W ........................... ................. .. ..... ........
Maxwain, Charles............................. .............................. 2nd Sergeant.
Ogletree, Wylie..................... ...............
Pelt. Durant..... .................... ..............
Pervis, John N....... ............... ................
Porter, W illiam R .................... ........................ ......................
R ichardson, A ................................... ........................ ........................
oddenberry, Alen......................... ........................ ...............
Roddenberry, George........................................ ................
Roddenberry, Richard..................... ...... ........... ......................
Sm ith, R B ....................................... .......... .......................
Spears W illiam ................................ ................ ....................
Spears Zinmanon.......................................... .................
Stokely, J. B ..................................... .. ................. ............. .. ......
Stokely John ..... ..................... ........................ ........................
Tulley, A. P..... ..................... ........................
Tulley G. W...... ........................ ........
Tulley, William C..... .......... ................. ..... st Corporal.
Vickers, Stephen........... ..............................
W atson, Henry...........................................
Watson, James............................... Sergeant.
White, T. W....... ...............................................................



Coast Guards-Captain A. B. Noyes.

This Company was mustered into Confederate service October 9, 1861,
for a period of three months unless sooner discharged, and were to be stationed
at St. Marks. There is no record as to who the mustering officer was; pre-
sumably it was Captain Noyes. From the mustering note it would appear
that they were not at once assigned to duty, because the note says "when
called into Confederate service of the Confederate States." On the Ioth of
October, 1861, this Company was called into the service of the State. There
is no record that it ever entered into the Confederate service as a company,
nor is there any record of its discharge from service.




















52 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Coast Guards--Captain A. B. Noyes.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. iEMAXE.

oFtlCERS.
Captain-
A. B. Noyes................................. Oct. 9, '61 ..... ...............
Ist Lieutenant-
Charles W. Johnson........... Oct. 9, '61 ....................
2nd Lieutenant-
Thomas W. Anderson............... Oct. 18, '61 ..... ...........
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson. Henry.............................. Oct. 10, '61 ............ Seaman.
A nderson, R ufus.........................................................................
Anderson. William IH................... Oct. 10, 61 ............Seaman.
Ashley, J. Benjamin................ ................. eaman.
Barr. James M............................Oct. 15, '61....................Seaman.
Balliste, John....... ..................................... ........................
Benton. William N........................... Oct. 9. '61 .................. Seaman.
Blackwell, William..................... Oct. 10, '61 ......................
Blitchinton, William ......................................................
Blythe, homas 8.............. ........ Oct. 14, '61 .............. Seaman.
Blythe, William......................... Oct. 9, '61 ................ Coxswain.
Brantley, H. A.... ..................... Oct. 15, '61 .................. Coxswain.
Brown William C......... .... t. 20 61........................ Seaman.
Buford, J. N. C............ ... ..........................
Butler, E. A................ .... ov. 8, '61 ........................
Calahan, Charles...................... Oct. 13 '61 ........................ Seaman.
Calahan, Thomas.........................Oct. 13 '61 .................. eaman.
Cannon, L. ..................................... ...................Seam an.
Castillo, James........................... Oct. 9. '61 ....... ............ Pilot.
Comporet, John B.......................... Oct. 13, '61 ..................Seaman.
Condellary, William.......................... ................. ........................ Seaman.
Cox, James.................................. 10,61............ Seaman.
Curry, Joseph............................... Oct. 14, '61 ............Seaman.
Davis, A P..... ...................... ........................................ Seam an.
Davis, Genis................................. Oct. 10, '61 .... ................
Davis, George A......................................................................... Seaman.
D avis, John........................................ ................... ...................... eam an.
Davis, Levi.................................... Oct. 16, '61 ........................ Seaman.
D ay Thom as W ............................... ....... ....... ........ ..........
Dudey James........................ Oct. 20 '61 ............... Seaman.
Dudley, Milton.............................. Oct. '61 ...................
Ellis, Nicholas A................................ Oct. 13, '61 ........................ Seaman.
Ellis, W illiam R. L..................... ..... Nov. 11, '61 ........................
Faireloth, Alen D...................... Oct. 9, '61 ................... eaman.
Faircloth, John............................... Oct 9 '61 ....................... eaman.
Faircloth, Richard...... ................. ....... ......... ..Seaman.
Ferguson George W.................. Oct, 9. 9, 61 ................. Seaman.
Franklin, Joseph........ ........................... .... ....
Fu ay Cornelius.................................Nov. 11 '61 ..................
Fu ua W ................................... ................ ..... .. ............
Freet Nicholas ............... .... .............. .. ............. .... ............ ..... Gunner.
hano, Abram.............................. Oct. 18, '61 ..................
H all, H P .......................... ...........................................
Hall, Oscar C.............................. Nov. '61... ...
Hamlin. George W........................... Oct. 21. '61 ......... ....a....aCrpenter.
Hance John.................................. Oct. 61...........
H aros, Sam .............. ..................... O ct. 13. .......................
Henderson. James M.......................... Oct. 10. '61 .... ... amen.
House. John...................................... ........................ ................ Seam an.
Hughes. Henry................................ Oct 14. '1 ............ Seaman.
Hutchinson. John L T................... Oct. 15, '61 ................ eaman.
ennedy D. M....................... .... Cxswain.
Kinlok, Jmes ......... .... Oct. 15. '61 .......................
Langston, Jesse..... ...... .... Oct. 10. '61 ..............................
Mcinnon. John0 ..
Lavco, John ............ ....................... .......
Lavill, Patrick T............................ Ot 1 ......
Lee, E..... ................................ O ct. 9, 1 .. ...........
Lee W. C. H..... .... .... Oct. 9. '61 ....................... oaswan'sMate.
M cK innon. John.................................. ....................... .................
McLain, John C......... ......Oct. '61 ...... ......
McLaren. John M ............................. .......................................... Coxswain.
Mariano Joseph............................... ........................ ........................
Miller Frank............................... Oct. 13. '61 ........ ...........
Minhard, Andrew............................. Oct. 15. '61
Moore. Lewis C....................... Oct. 13. '61
Neil, J. Q.............. ...................... ........... Seaman.
Nicholas. Fred....................... Oct. 10 '61..........O 10 '1.......
Norton, William...................... t. 1 61 ......
Parkinson, William.......................... Oct. 10 '61 ..............
Perkins, John H .......................................... ..............
Ponse Anthony......................... ..................... Seaman.
Powel William............... .....................ct '61....... ...
Preston, Thomas........................ Oct. 13, '61 ...........
Purely. Thomas ........................... Oct. 10. '61 .......................
Rawlins. J. T ........................... .....................
Remington, A. H ................................... .............. eam n.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 53


Coast Guards-Captain A. B. Noyes.
(CowNTr ED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMARKa.

Roath, C. D .............. .............................................. ........................ Seaman.
Romano, Emanuel..................... Oct. 10 '01 ...................... Seaman.
Seeley, Je se.............................. ........................ .....................
Seeley, W illiam................. ........... Oct. 20 '61 ..... ...............
Seiver, William.......... ...........
Shines, T. H................................... Oct. 0, '61 ....
Shipke, John... .............................. ........... ............. Seaman.
Shuler David R...................... Oct. 20, 61...........
a t, '61........................
Silva, E1 anuel................................ Oct. 10. '61 ........................ Seaman.
Smith, Patrick .......................... Oct. 20. '61 ........................
Stewart Clarence..................................................... ....
Sweat, Jame G.......... ..... Oct. 18 '61 .................... Seaman.
Thomas. John ..................... Oct. 20, '61 .................. Seaman.
Ward Harvey ...................... Oct. 13, 61 .......................
West, G. 0 .............................. Oct. '61 ..................Coxswain.
West, Isaac....................................... Oct. 9. '61 .................. Seaman.
Whitaker. William S................. Oct. 20, '61 ........................ Sergeant of Marines.
W hitaker, W W .............................. Oct. 23, '61 ..................
Williamson, James............Oct. 9 '61............ Boatswain.
Wood, William F......... .... Oct. 20. '61 ................... Seaman.
Wright, Robert...... ......... Oct. 9. '61 .................... Seaman.
W arner. W illiam ............................................ ............ .........


Calhoun Rangers-Captain Angus McAllister.


The Calhoun Rangers were reported for duty at Camp Milton, Apalach-
icola, Florida, December 9th; 1861, in accordance with Special Order No.
83. There is nothing about the roll to indicate the length of time this Com-
pany served, but the names of a large number of the members are found on
the rolls of Company H, 5th Infantry, and a few on the 6th, and several were
members of Dunham's Artillery; thus showing conclusively that it could not
have been in service more than three months.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Angus McAlister ......................... Dec. 9. '61
sat Lieutenant-
Joel P. Atkinson................ Dec. 9 '61........................
2nd Lieutenant-
J. V. B. McClendon.................... Dec. 9, '61 ...
ENLISTED MEN.
Alfred, Jasper ...... ............ Dec. 9 '61 ....................
Ayers, David....... ....... ..... Dec. 9. '61 ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. H. 5th Regiment, '62.
Ayers, John...... ... ..........Dec. 9 '61........................ Re-enlisted Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Ayers, Solomon ...... .......... Dec. 9, '61................. Re-enlisted. Co. H. 5th Regiment. '62.
Ayers, Thomas..................... Dec. 9 '61 ..................Re-enlisted, Co. H, th Regiment, '62.
Ayers, William...... .......... ec. 9, '61..........
Burges. G. W........................ De. 9, '61...
Burges, Samuel........................... Dec. 9 '61........
Caraway. John D........ ....Dec. 9, '61 .... Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Clarke William B................ ... Dec. 9, '61 ............ .2nd Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. H. 5th Regiment
'62.
Cowan, Thomas J........................... Dec. 9 '61 ......................... 2nd sergeant.
Dillard, John. ....... ...... .... Dec. 9, '61 ........ .... Re-enlisted. Co. H. 5th Regiment, '62.
Dudley, A. C...... ..... .......... Dec. 9, '61 .................st Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. H. 5th Regiment.
'62.
Evans, W. L...... ..................De. 9. '61 .................. Re-enlisted, Co. 11, 5th Regiment. '62. P
Foster, G. W ............................. .... Dec. 9, '61 ..... ...............
Gasque, Benjamin F...................... Dec. 9. '61 .................. 1st Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment,
Greene, Franklin........................... Dec. 9. '61 ................. '62.-
Hagan, George W. B..................... Dec. 9, '61......... .... Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Hagan Henry D ....................... Dec. 9, '1 ........ .......... Re-enlisted. Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
S Jes e............... Dec. 9, '61 ........................
Hill, Franci A.... ..... ........ Dee. 9, '61 .................
Johns, Richard.............................. Dec. 9, '61 ..... ..........
ohn W illiam ............................... Dec. 9, '61 ..................
Keen. James.................................. Dec. 9, '61 ... ........
Killer, John.................................... Dec. 9, '61.... .......


















54 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Calhoun Rangers-Captain Angus McAlister.
(CoNTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARB S.

Licett, Lemuel B........................... Dec. 9, '1 .................. Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
M cClelland. John P......................... '61 .......................
McDonald, George LaFayette........ Dec. '61 ..... .....Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Messer, Joel...........................Dec. '1...........
Messer, Peter............................... Dec. 9 '61 ........................
Nall, James....................................e. 9 '1 ..... ....... Re-enlisted, Co. F. 6th Regiment, '62.
Nixon, Daniel G............................. Dec. 0, '61 ..............Sergeant.
Parker, John..................... ......Dec. '61 ...... ........... Re-enlisted Co. 0, 6th Regiment '62.
Richards, Daniel ......... ... Dec. 9, '61...............Sergeant; e-enlisted, Co. A, 2nd Cavalry. '62.
Richards, G. W..................... Dec. 9, '61...........
Richards, Raleigh......... ............. Dec. 9, '61 .... .... Re-enlisted, Dunham's Artillery.
Register. James........................... Dec. 9, '61 ............ Corporal.
Riles, Ralph............................... Dec. 9, '1 .... ................
Snyder, Silas.............................. Dec. 9, '61 ..... ..........
Spears, John................................. Dec. 9, '61 ............ Re-enlsted, C. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Spears, William............................ Dec. 9 '61 ..... ........... Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Stanfield, Jasper.......... ....... Dec. 9, '61 .................... Re-enlisted, Dunham's Artillery.
Ulrich, John................................... Dec. 9. '61 ....... ..... Re-enlisted, Dunham's Artillery.
Varner, Elijah................................... Dec. 9, '61 ........... Re-enlisted, Co. F, 6th Regiment, '62.
Varner, Joel T................................... De 9, '61 ...... ..............
Varner, Jonah....... ................ Dec. 9, '61 ..................
Ward, A. Jackson........................ Dec. 9, '61 ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
Ward, William............................... Dec. 9, '61 ...............
Whittington Ferinand............. De. 9, '61 ....................
Ton, Newton ............ ...... Dee. 9, '61 ........... Corporal; Re-enlisted. Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62.
York, M artin.................................. Dee. 9. '61 ........................


Columbia Trapiers-Captain J. R. Francis.


The Columbia Trapiers, Captain J. R. Francis, were called into the State
service by Governor John Milton, January Ist, 1862. There is nothing any-
where to show where this Company was organized, where stationed or what
service it rendered.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

orriCEBB.
Captain-
R. Francis.......................... an. 1. '62 .......................
tst Lieutenant-
G. M Cline....... ............ ...... an. 1, '62 ..... ..............
and Lieutenant-
A G K eene..................................................................................
3rd Lieutenant-
W. 8. Horrington......................... Jan. 1, '2 ....................
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, J. W .............. ....... an. 1, '62 .....
Amerson, S. T....... ...... ..... Jan. 1 '62 ............... .........
Barnes, James A........................... n. '62...............
Blooms, Watson W........................ n. '62
Brannen, James S........................... Jan. 1, '62.....
Brock, Ell.... ...................... Jan. 1, 62 ...........
Buford, Daniel.....................J.. an. 1, 2 ...........
Buford, Washington....... ........... '62.............
Curry, J. M....... ...... ......... Jan. 1 '62......
Cury, John W ......... 1 .......................
Darym ple, G. D .......................... Jan. 1, '62 ... .. .........
D anill G. ..................................... Jan. 1, '62 ............
Davis, C.............. ....................... an. '62 ... .. .........
Daugherty, William H.................... an. 1 '62 ..............
Dupree, W. H..... Jan. 1, '62....
Forsom, John S.......... .....an 1, '2 ...........
Grisham, Columbus.................. Jan. '62 ...........
Cure, John.................................. Jan. 1, '02...........
Master, W J...............................J...... an. 1. '02 ...........
Herrol, William......................... Jan. 62 ...........
Hewett, J. W........................... ..Jan. 1, '62 ...........
Moore. Jacob T.............................. Jan. 1, '62.........
Moore, P. G....................................... Jan. 1, '62..... ....
Mosely, R. M...................... Jan. 1, '62...........
Owens, W. J. .............................. Jan 1, '62.....
Pratt, G. W ............................... Jan. 1, '62 ..... ...............
Price, J. D........................... ..... Jan. 1, '62 ... ..........




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 55


Columbia Trapiers-Captain J. R. Francis.
(ConiNUED.)

MUBTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. UEMAUES.

Reeve, Berry T............. ......... Jan, 1. '62 .......................
Reeve, G. 8 ................ an. ,'62 .
Reeve, G. W ............................ an. '62............. 1st Sergeant.
Reeves, James N.............................. Jan. '62..... ......
Reeve, John J............................ Jan. '62 ....................
Reeve, W iley............... an. '62 ........................
Reeves, W R ................................... Jan. '62 ........................
Rodney. Henry H..................... Jan. 1 '62 ...........
Rorolerson, Jackson........................ Jan. 62 ...........
Rorolerson, N....... ........ Jan. '62...........
Russell James W....................... Jan. 1. '62 ...........
Smith, eyat W....................... Jan. '62 ....................
Somers, Michael............................... Jan 62 .....
Sowell, I. W ...... ....... .... Jan. 1, '62 ..... ...............
Sure, W illiam J........... ................ Jan. '62 ..... ...............
Thomas, Jesse........................... Jan. '62 ....................
Thompson, William.. ......... Jan. 1'62 ...........
Tison, John................................ Jan. '62 ...........
Tison, William.................................. Jan. 1 '62......................
Tucker, Elia........ .......... Jan. 1 62 ..............
Wandle, John E. ............. Jan. 1, '62.. .........
Williams, John...... ..........Jan. 1, '62 ..........


Concordia Infantry-Captain Wilk. Call.


The Concordia Infantry was mustered into the service of the State by
Francis L. Dancy, Adjutant and Inspector General, for the term of twelve
months, from the 4th day of September, 1861, unless sooner discharged. The
names and number of these men are to be found in the 6th Regiment, in the
Ist Cavalry and in Scott's 5th Cavalry Battalion; as the 6th Regiment was
organized in March, 1862, it is manifest that this Company must have been
dissolved, after six months' service in the State.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMARKB.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
W ilk. Call...... ..... ............ Sept. 4 '62 ........................
1st Lieutenant-
Hugh Black.......................... ...... Sept. 11, '62 ...... .............. Re-enlistedCo. A.6th Regiment as 3rd Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
W. H. Sheler ................. ..... Sept. 4 '62 ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. D, Scott's Battalion.
3rd Lieutenant-
L. B. Timmons........................... Sept. 4, '62 ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. B 6th Regiment as Corporal.
ENLISTED MEN
Autman, James R ..................... Sept. 4, '62 .......................
Ball Hart................................... Sept. 4 '62 ... ..........
Benton, James..................... ........ Sept. 4, '62..... ......
B unnells, G W ........................................................ ..................
Burns, B. B ...... ..................... ........ Sept. 17, '62 ..... ...............
Burns, Mack...... ....................... Sept. 4 '2 ...........
Burns, Seaborn............................... Sept. 17 '62...........
Butler, Green B............................... Sept. 14, 62...........
Butler, Jesse B........................ Sept. 14, '62 .............. Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment.
Brady, Solom on................................................
Cannon, John............................ Sept. 7, '62 .............. Re-enlisted, Co. C, 6th Regiment.
Cannon, Thomas W....................... Sept. 7, 62 ........... Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment.
Causseaux, Peter B................... Sept. 7, 62 ..............
Chasen, Thomas B..... ........... Sept. 14, '62 .................
Chester, F. I....................... Oct. 0, '62 ....................
Chester, S. W .................................Oct. 9, '62 .... .....
Crosby, Henry A.........................Oct. 17, '62...........
Darcy, Joseph A ............................ ........................ ........................
Ellenor, J. D...................... ........ .............. .......Re-enlisted, Co. F, 1st Cavalry.
Fain, F. W............................................... Re-enlisted, Co. C, 6th Regiment.
Ferrell, W. D.................................... ................. ........... Re-enlisted, Co. C, 6th Regiment.
Flowers, H. A ...... ........................ Re-enlisted. Co. A, 6th Regiment. *
Gosa, William W.........................................
Gray George......................................................


















56 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Concordia Infantry-Captain Wilk Call.
(CONTINUED.)

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.

Griffin, J. E .......................................................... Re-enlisted. Co. E, 6th Regiment.
H and, A F........................................ .......
Harrison, Benjamin......................... Sept. 4, '62 ................
Harrison, Thomas................... Sept. 4, '62 .................
Harrison, W. S...... ..... ........... Sept. 4, '62 ......... ......... 1st Corporal, Re-enlisted. Co. B, 6th Regiment.
Herring, C. S...................... Sept. 16, '62 ....... ............ Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. G, 6th Regiment.
H erndon, W illiam L...... ....................... ..... ......................
H ouck, Joseph............................................... ........................
Johnson, John B .......................... ................ .......... ....... Re-enlisted, Co. I, 2nd Cavalry.
Johnson, John H ...... ................................... .......................
Joyner, B. H............... .. Sept. 4, 62 ............ 1st Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. D, Scott's Batt.
Joyner, Lawrence R.......... .............. ................ Re-enlisted. Co. B, 6th Regiment.
Kemp, 1I. A............................... Sept. 4, '62 ................ 2nd Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co, C. 6th Regiment.
Lang, Thomas F...........................................
Langston, Irvin.......... ............ ................................ ..............
Langston, John R..... ............................................................. Re-enlited, C. A, th Regiment.
Langston, Morgan..... ............. ..... ............
Langston W illiam ...........................
Laslie John C........ ........ ...........
Lott, Z. Madison.........................Sept. 4. 62..................... Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. 1, 6th Regiment.
Lynn. John ....................... ........................ .......... e-enlisted Co. F, t Cavalry.
Lynn, William N............................................... ........... ..... Re-enlisted Co. F, Ist Cavalry.
M ashburn, W ......................................................... ..................
M obley, B ...................................... ................... .. .................
Moore, Charles E............................. ........................................ Re-enlisted, Co. D, Scott's Battalion.
Parrot W ilson M ............................. ........................ ........................
Reeves, Raburn....................... ........................................... Re-enlisted Co. B, 6th Regiment as 2nd Lieut.
Revell. Ste hen................................ ......................................... Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment.
R ich, G .................... .................
Roberts Richard.................... ................
Rogers, J. M.... ........................ Oct. 9 '62 ............... Corporal.
Sanders, J. C........... ............... Sept. 7, '62 ....... .... Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. A 6th Regiment.
Scott, David W......... .............................. ..... ... Re-enlisted, Co. F, 1st Cavalry.
Shelter, J. J....................................... ........................ ........................ Re-enlisted, Co. D Scott's Battalion.
Speer, H. L., Jr............. ......... ......................................... Re-enlisted, C C, th Regiment.
Spinks, W illiam W ........................... ....... ............. .................
Stokes J. D ....................................... ........................ ........................
Truluck, David.......... .................................................... Re-enlisted, Co. B, 6th Regiment.
T ruluck, A rter................................... ..... ............ ....... .............. .
Ulmore, S. B................. ................... .. ..............
Wammock, Henry M................ Sept. 4, ...................... 42nd Sergeant.
Wammock, Miles M....... ......................... .....
Wammock, William M............... ..............................


Coast Guards-Captain James L. Miller's Company.


Captain James L. Miller's Company of Coast Guards, at Crystal River,
Fla., from the 27th of May, 1861, to August 21, i86I.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Jam es L M iller................................................... ..................
Ist Lieutenant-
Obediah E. Edwards..................................... ........................
and Lieutenants-
Jacob A. Ganard....................................... ...
Jesse W Allen.............. ........................ ........ ...................... 1st Sergeant.
Charles N. Buford.............................................. ..... ........ 2nd Sergeant.
Jesse E. Clarady.................................. ........................ 3rd Sergeant.
Henry D. Edwards.............................................. 4th Sergeant.
Early A. Allen............... ................... .... ......... 1st Corporal.
John J. Alien .... ..................... .... ........ .... I .................... 2nd Corporal.
Antonio A. Everett............ ................................................. 3rd Corporal.
James W. Johns....... .................................... ...... 4th Corporal.
ENLISTED MEN.
A llen, John E ................................... ................ ..................
Allen, Jeremiah A....................................
Allen, Zaehariah E...... .... ........................ ..............
Allen, William E...... ......... ........... .........
Allen, James E..... ............... ...............
Bertiere William....................................
Cryster, H enry ............................................................. ....
D ecatur, A J................... ........................................... ....... ... ..




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 57


,Coast Guards-Captain James L. Miller's Company.
(COTINR ED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKs.

Edwards, Daniel............................... ........................ ...................
Everett, Joseph A............................ ..................... .. .........
Garland M W ................................ ........................ ........................
Garrison, Isaac N ............................. ....... ........... .......................
H odges. Joel.................................................................................
Hill, Robert M...............................
Hodges Andrew E....................... ........................ ..................
H ahn, A sher B ..... .................. ........................ ........................
Johns, Jehu P ................................... ........................ ........
Johns, Lewis J......................................
Kelly, Henry......................... ...............
M orton, Joel W ................................. ........................ ........................
Morton, William D.................... ...............
Mason, Calvin H..................... ...............
Peterson, Peter....................................................... ...............
Parsons, John................................... ................... ..............
Peterson, H enry...... .......................................... ........................
Peteron, W illiam ................................. .............. .......................
Patselago, A ntonio.......................... ........................ ........................
Paul, William H....................... .................
Peterson, Charle ...... ................. ... ..... ........................
R iley, Jam es ...... ................... ... ...... ........................
Willis, Richard...................... ................
Winn. Thomas .....................................
Johns. Henry M............... .. ................... ......


Mounted Volunteers-Lieutenant J. R. Durrance's Detachment.

First Lieutenant J. R. Durrance's Detachment of Florida Mounted Vol-
unteers; at Fort Meade, Florida, 14th of July, 1861, to August 27, 1861.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. IEIMARa.

OFFICERS.
ist Leutenants-
John R. Durrance.... ................................... .......................
William H. Mansfield ......................... ..................................... Sergeant.
Berrien Ilatt.......................... ....... ....................... Corporal.
ENLISTED MEN.
A ltm an. John..... .................... ................................................
Altm an, Jesse.... ................... ..............................................
Brown, W illiam ......................................... ........................
Durrance, W illiam H ..... ............................. ........... ...............
Durrance. Jem e H..... .............. ...................... ........................
Iurrance, Joseph I. ....... ..................... ............... ......
D urrance. eor e H .... ................. ....................... ........................
D urrance F. M .......................................... .......................
E lli(, A nfrew J ................... ...................... ........................
Ellis Andrew J.....
K endrick. T .... .................... .......................
Hodgess. William I'................................ ..................
Hollingsworth T............... ............................. ..................
Scott, Charles ............................ ..............................
W illiam s, Loewellen.....................................................................
Smith. James 1).......... ........... ......... ............


Coast Guards-Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment.

First Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment, Coast Guards,

called into service by Brigadier General Jos. M. Taylor, the 13th of July, 1861,
to September 13, 186i.

MU'TEREDU Mt'?TERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.S
Ist Lieutenant-
M ichael L. Shnn h nn........................................... .............
MEAMEN.
B ishop. Sam uel.................................................... .................




















58 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

4
Coast Guards-Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMARBS.

am person, D aniel.................................................... ........................
y Thomas ........................................ .......................................
Guillion, Joseph ........................................................ ........................
Morrison, John.......................................................
Smith, James............. ................... ...............
Taylor, John A.......... ............. ..............
Turner, Richard B .........................______..........._...........


Coast Guards-Lieutenant Able Merander's Detachment.


Second Lieutenant Able Merander's Detachment, Coast Guards, called
into service by Brigadier General Jos. M. Taylor, July 14, 1861, to September
5, 1861


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

3 OFFICERS.
and Lieutenant-
Able Merander......................... ..............................................
BEAMEN.)
Allison, John.................. ........... .................. ...........
Buckley, Timothy........................................ .........
Barnett, James..................................................... .......................
Bethel, John ................... ....................
Sanches, Poncho...................... ................................. .....
W oods, Anderson.................................... ................. .......
William, James.............. .......... ...................___


Roll, Field and Staff-ist Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonels-
J. Patton Anderson................. April 5, '1 April 20. '5 Promoted Brigadier-General and Major-General.
William Miller.............. ...... April 5, '01 April 20, '05 Promoted Brigadier-General August 2, '04.
Lieutenant-Colonels-
William K. Beard ....................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to staff of General Hardee; wounded
at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
Thadeus A. McDonald................. April 5, '01 April 20, '05 Promoted Lt.-Col.; wounded at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
Majors-
Thadeus A. McDonald.. April 5, 01............................ Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
W. G. Poole............................. April 5, '61 ........................ Wounded and disabled at Perryville.
Glover A. Ball............................. April 5. '61 April 20, '65
Surgeons-
C. B. Gamble............... ................... April 61 .... ..... Promoted Chief Surgeon, 1st Brigade (Anderson).
P. W B. Hodges.......................... April 5, '01.... .......
Assistant Surgeons-
Adjutints-
W. M. Davidson........................ April 5, '61 .................. Returned to his Company, G, of which he took
command; Promoted Captain, transferred to
Staff Patton Anderson.
Laurence Anderson..................... April 5, '1 ............ killed at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
James H. Nicholson..................... April 5, '61 April 2, '61
Sergeant Majors- Promoted Major.
G. A. Ball............ ...... April 5. 61 April 26, '5
Quartermaster-
Commissary-
Quartermaster Sergeants-
Commissary Sergeants-
Robert R Shepard...................... .........................................
Chaplains-
Hospital Steward-




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 261


Roll, Field and Staff-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonel-
Carraway Sm ith............................... .............. .....................
Lieutenant-Colonel-
A bner H M cCorm ick.......................................... ........................
Major-
Robert Harrison.................... ...... ..............
Surgeon-
S J. W. Epps........................... .... ........................ Transferred to Georgetown hospital.
Assistant-Surgeons-
A. P. Smith..... ..... ..............................................
J. A. W illiam s............................... ......................................... W ith Co. H Detached.
A. P. Lippford ....................................... ........................
P. H. Hudson.............................. ........................................... Detached from Camobell's Artillery.
J. M. McCall........ .... ......................
Adjutant-
William M. Ledwith..... ......... ...... ...........
.Sergeant-Major-
W A Forward................................... ............. ......................
Quartermaster-
---- Dozier................................ ... ................ .....................
Commissary-
Chaplain-
J. C. Ley............... ..........
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
W W W illis................................ ..................... ...................
Commissary-Sergeant-
Hospital Steward-



Roll Company A (Milton Dragoons)-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Clinton Thigpen......................... Mch. 10, '62 .... ......
Ist Lieutenant-
Frederick N. Fuller.......... ..... Mch. 10, '62 ...........
and Lieutenants-
William A. Jeter........................... Mch. 10, '62 May 20, '65 Promoted Captain Co. E, 5th Florida Battalion
Hiram N. Pace...................... ch. 10, '62 ......................... Cavalry.
3rd Lieutenant-
I: NI.IH'II) MEN.
Adarm, J. M................................... Mch. 10 '62 May 20, '65 Thrown from horse and wounded in October. '64.
Adams. William.............................................. ......................
Alender, Aug'lstus R....................... Mch. 10, '62 ....................... Sergeant.
Armstrong, George M.......................................... ..........
A ustin. W illiam ..... ................................ .......... ........................
Baker. Robert G.............. 10 '................. Mch. 10 '2 .................. Sergeant.
Bateman. Malachi.............. .... April 10, '62 May 20. '65
B aubl rew, Frederic...................... .... A ril '62 .......................
Bolin, Jo lli............................ .. April 2 ..... .............
HBrolin, W illinm .................................. A pril 1. '62 .......................
ro h t n J ......... ............................ ...................... ........................
B ro w n, C W ..................................... ............ ..... ...................
lui e I). ......... ............ ....... .. ........... ........ ..................
Buie, John N
Cash. James 1) i l 1I0 ,;2.
Castlehery. Elias......................... ... ........... ..... .................
Castlebery, M ilton... ........ ..... ........ ........................
Colley. 14Ba-lev
Conner. I iivi.l 'lh. Ill. "
C ontie. N icholas ................................ .................. ..... ... ...........
D arb y R etey ............................... ....................... ........................
Davis. Anudre .1 J.in" 15. '6:" May 20. '65
Davis, .John M l. I. 10. '2 .....................
Davis. It..- April 1. '62..................
Dennis, John \V .............................. Mh. 1. '(S May 20. '65
Driggers B. ..A ......................... July 1. '61 May 20, '65 Transferred September 4, 'Ol, to Capt. James
Fermuson. Archibnld C..... ............. A ril 1. '62 ..................... Faulkner's Company.
Field. Augistus M .......................... M ch. 10. .......................
Foster. Shep ard............ .. M ch. 10, 62 ........................
Fowler. Asa F.... ................ ... M ch. 10. '62 ....... ........
Franklin. Francis M .........................April 1, .. .............
G annon. John................................. ..................................
G lenn. J. H .................................. ... 1. 1 M ay 20, '65









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262 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A (Milton Dragoons)-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED M MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Hagan, F. B......... ...................................................................
H arrison, Reuben L................. ....................... .......................
H atcher, Jam es................. ......... Oct. '61 ....... ...........
Hentz, W illiam ....... ............. .......... April 10 '62 ....... ...........
Hinson, G. W ................................................................. Wounded at Natural Bridge March 4, '65.
H obart. Charles E ................................................... ...............
Hobart, John H................................ Mch. 10, '62 .................. 1st Corporal.
Hockstrasser, Charles E................ Mch. 10, '62 ...............
H ow ell, M T ......................... ....... ..............................................
Howard, Volney ............ ................ April 10,, '62 ... .........
Hudson, Hubbard.............. ............. Mch. 10, '62 ...................
Humphrey. J. C ..... .......... .....................
H um phries, W illiam ................................................
H yatt, E N ...................................... ................... .....................
Ingram, Sam..... .................. Mch. 10, '62 ..... ...........
Jackson, T H .............. ................... ................. ..................
Jenia, John............ ..................... ... ...... ........... .....
Jones, Jam es T .... ..... ....M....... 10. '62 ........................
Jones, Joshua C....................... April 10, '62 ....
Jordan, James C............................ Mch. 10, May 20, '65 Transferred to Jeter's Company E, 5th Battalion.
Jourdan. Jam es F............................ .......................... ............
Jordan, John E........ .............I '1 ........................ Wounded at Gainesville, Fla., '64.
K elly, lea ant....................... .... h. 10, ...........
Kendrick, Zebulen R.......................April 1 '62 ........................
K een, G eorge.......................... ........................ ........................
K ing, Jam es.............. .. ............ ril 1, .............
King, M. D ........................................ ........................ ........................
Lambeth, Alen .................... April 10, '62 .......................
Lambeth, John J.................. Arid 10, '6........................
Larkins, Seaborn.............................. April 10, '6 May 20, '65
Lawrence. Joseph ....... ....... Mch. 10, '62................. Corporal transferred, '63 to Company E, 5th Bat-
Lipford; John H................................................ l......... tllion Cavalry under Captain Jeter; paroled
Looper, Edward...................... April 10, 62.............. from prison at close of war
Looper, John............................... April 1, '62 .......................
L onger W illiam ......................................... ......... .......................
Lucas, Benjamin....... ... ......... ................................... .....
M cIntosh, W illiam .................................................... ..................
McCardy, A. F................................ ... May 20, '65
McLendon, John A...... .......... Mch. 10, ..... .......
McMillan, Archibald.................. April 10, '62 May 20, '65
McMillan. Henry............. .... April 10, '62 ..................
McMillan, John......................... Mch. '62 May 20, '65 Wounded at Natural Bridge.
M cN elty, Jam es.......... ........... ....... ... .......................
Maddox, William S........................ Mch. 10, .'62 ....... .......... Corporal.
Messer. Peter................................... '62 May 20, '65
Mills. M .............................................. Dec. 20, '62 May 20, '65
Mitchell. Colby C......................... ......................
M urat, John.................................... ...... .. ............
Murphy. Alexander N................. April 10, .... ................
Myers. Mathew R........................... Mch. 10, '62 ...... .... t Sergeant.
Iiel. W H ...................................... ........................ M ay 20, '65
Patton, George A..... .......................... May 20, '65
Pearson. John W........................... Mch. 10, '62...........
Pickett, Hiram W........................ April 1, '6...........
Piles, W illiam ..................... .... Mch. 10, '62....... ....
Pinner, James................................... .. ........ May 20, '65
Pope, George W...... ................ April 10, '6...................
Powell, John ....... ....................... ................. ........................
Pow ell, W illiam ... .. ................................. ..... ........................
Raney. Edward J........... ................. Mch. 10, '62 ...................... Corporal.
Rhaumes, James B...................... April 1, '62 ....................
Rhaimes, Nathan.................. ....... April 10, '62 ... ................
Richards. Daniel U ..................... April 1, '62 ....................
Richards, John.................... April 1, '62 ........................
Rigby, James.................................... April 1, '62... .....
Rogers, Cornelius.............................. Mch. 10, '62 May 20 '65
Rogers, Henry............... .... April 1, '62 May 20, '65
Rogers, John.... .......... .... April 10, '62 ...................
Russell, Henry............................. April 10, '62 ...........
Sasio, Alexander A.... .......................... ....
Scott, Jacob........................... Mch. 10, '62 ... ................
Shaw, William D............................ April 1, 62
Shuler, W illiam E.................................................... M ay 20, '65
Silas, Thomas B ............................. Mch. 10, '62 ... ...........
Smith, James M................................ April 10, 62
Sm ith, James P................................ April 10, '62
Smith, M alcolm N........................... April 10, '62 ... ...........
Sm ith, P eter............................................................ ........... ......
Smith, Richard D.......................... Mch. 10, '62..........
Smith. Robert R........................... Mch. 10, '62..........
Stanfill, James.............................................. May 20 '
Strange, Thomas W ..................... Mch. 10, '62 May 20, '65
Summers, Jacob A......................... April 1, '62 May 20, '65





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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 263


Roll Company A-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tate, Madison.............................. April 10, '62 ...................
Thigpen, John T.............................. Mch. 10, '62 ....... .......... Sergeant; severely wounded at Natural Bridge.
T isser, Albert.. ... ...................................... ........................
T oole, Calvin...................................... ........................ M ay 20, '65
Turner, R. L............ .....................
Urguhart, Norman B.................. Mch. 10, '62 May 20, '65
Vinsant, Frank............................. ........................ M ay 20, '65
Vinzant, John................................................ May 20, '65
Watson, Benjamin F........................ April 1, '62 May 20, '65 Transferred. '63 to A. C. Smith's Company. 5th
Battalion.
Whitehurst, C. J.............................. April 1, '63 ...................... Discharged for disability, October 1. '64.
W hiteside, G H ............................... ................. ... ...............
W illis, Joseph..................... ......................................
Witherspoon, J. S.. ...... .... Mch. 10, '2 May 20, '65
Witherspoon, James T.................... Mch. 10 '62...........
Witherspoon, R. A...... .... ........... ..............
W ood. W illiam .............................. M h. 10. '62 ..........
Worthington, William................... Mh, 10. '62..................
Yent, Sam........................................ 10, '6.... .....


Roll Company B-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Winston Stephens...................... April '62 ........................ Killed at Cedar Creek near Jacksonville March 1.
Ben Hopkins............ ................. ...Nov ................ '64.
H. A. Gray............. .... April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted from'lst Lieutenant to Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
R. H. McLeod Jr .......... ........... ....Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant
and Lieutenant-
8. B. W. Stephen......................... '62 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
William W. Shedd................................................ April 25, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; captured and paroled
at Jacksonville April 25, '65.
M. Smith...................................... April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alvarez, D. G.................................... April '62 May '65
Alvarez, J. R...................................... April '62 May '65
Barnes, Jam es F...... ....................... .......... ........................
Barratte, A.................................. April '62 May '65
Baya, Joseph...................................... April '62 May '65 Captured at Olustee and imprisoned at Fort Dela-
ware.
Bagley, T. C.................................... April '62May 22, '65 Shot at Olustee March. '64.
Beasley, E....................................... April '62 May '65
Becks, J. L...................................... April '62 May '65
Bennett, R L.... ........................ April '62 ... .................
Boer, John................................ April '62 May 20, '65
B om shier, M athaias............................................... .... ... ..........
Braddock. John................... ................ ................. ............
Braddock. Joseph............................. .... ...........
Braddock, William.......................... ......... ...............
Bradley, H ................................. '3 ........................ Paroled from prison.
Bradshaw, James B.........................................................
Branning, D. L.................. .......... April '62 May 20 '65
Branning. T. J.............................. April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Bryant, D. H........................... .. April '62 May 20, '65
Brower, .................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Brown. Simon S..... ............. ............................ ...........
Cannon, James.................................................... May 20. '65
Cannon, Reddick........................... April '62 May 20, '65
Cappo, M itchell.............................. April '62 ....... ...........
Carpenter, Samuel.................. April '62 ............Corporal.
Carter, John R.................. .... April '62 ... ...........
Carter, William ............ ........... April '62 ... ...........
Connell, James R.............................. ............. May 20, '65
Cook, E.................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Cook, George........ ..... .... April '62 May 20, '65
Corbett, John..... ....... ... April '62 ... .................
Dairdis, James................................ April '62 May. 20, '65
Dellaberry. F.................... .......... April '62 May 20, '65
Dellaberry, W............................ April '62 May 20, '65
Denmark, William H..................... April '62 ...........
Donaldson, George W April '62...........
IDonaldlson, John F. A..rd '62 May 20. '65
Dukes, J. J.................................... April '02 May 20. '.65




















264 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED IUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Durrance. William........................ April '62 .... ...........
Dykes, Duncan.................................. April '62 May 20, '65 Corporal.
D ykes, E D ........................................................
Dykes, Jackson T..... .... April '62 ............
Eubanks, W. N................................ April '62 May 20, '65
Fleming, F. A.................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Flood, Patrick.................................... pr 2 ........................
Forward. Henry H.......................... April '62....................
Futch, James W.............................. April '62 .... ...........
Gaines, J............................................ April '62 M ay 20, '05
Gibson, Denis W.............................. April 'O2 ...................... Sergeant.
Glisson, D. W.................................... April '62 May 20, '65
Glisson, W. Riley............................ ril '62 May '65
G oodson, M adison............................... ..........................
Granger, H.................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Granger, John A............................... June '61 May 20, '65
Granger, Meredith...................... ril '62 May 20, '65
Granger, Meredith D...... ..... Apri '62 .................
Greely, J. C.................................. Apri '62 ..
Griffith, H........................................... April '62 May 20, '65
Griffith, S............................. April '62 May 20, '65
Griffin, Jerem iah.......................... Apr '62 .... ................
Groom, J................................... April '62 May 20, '65
room s, R iley .................................... A pril '62 ........................
Grooms, Riley...... ... .......April '6
Hewett. Joe M .......................... ....April '62 ... .................
H ires Joe M ........................... .... A pril '62 ... .................
Hopkins. Henry T......................... April '62 May 20. '65 Captured at Olustee and imprisoned at Fort
Hopkins. Joseph....................... r ..........A .............. Delaware.
Houston, D. P.................... April '62 May 20. '65
Houston. J. R................. .... April '62 My 20, '65
Hunter. Archibald ................ April '61 May 20, '65
Jennings, Edward S....................... April '61 May 20, '65
Johns, H A ............................ .. A april '61 ......................
Jones, William T.......................April '62 May 20, '65
Killingsworth. C. L ........................ April '62 ............. Corporal
King. J. A................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Lancy, J. R........ ..... April '62 May 20, '65
Lane, Jam es... ............. .... ....... ril '62 .... ................
Lee, Daniel B.................................. A ril '62 .... ..............
Lee, George W............................ Jan. 2, '63 May 20, '65
Lee Thomas J............ ....... April '62...........
L'Engle, Edward .... ... .... April '62 May 20, '65
Livingston M organ.......................... April '62 ......................
Livingston, W arren.............. ... A ril .............. ............
Livingston. William.................. ril 62 .. .........
LIujias, Willinm IH..................... April '2 May 20, '65
Mcl.,l d. (. ............................... April 102 Mny 20, '(5
McRae, George W................... April '2 ....................
Malette, F. F...... ....................... April '62 May 20, '65
Metts, Jefferson A...... .......April '62 May 20, '65
Metts, Lafayette............................. ril 62 ay 20, '65
Metts, Reddon............................ April 62 May 20, '65 Sergeant
Mizell. John........ ..................... Farrier.
Moats, Henry............................April '62 ............
Moats, John...................................... April 62 May 20,, '65
Monroe. P..................................... April May 20, '65
M oody, Berrien....................... ....... ril 62 ....... ....
M oody, Jacob............................... April 62 ........................
Olesby, D. 0...................................... A '62 May 20, '65
Olesby, C............................... A '62 May 20, '65
Osteen, John A..... ....... April '62...........
Perry. Abram........ .......... April '62.................
Priest, Gabriel W............................ Ari .... ........ Promoted Bugler.
Priest, Jam es C............................. A ril 2 ........................
Priest, John.................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Priest, William.................................... April '62 May 20, '65
Pinner, James.............................. April '62 May 20, '65
Purdam, James H.......................... April '62 ....... Captured August"4, '63; paroled from prison at
close of war.
Reelingsworth, C. L........................ Aril '62 May 20, '65 Sergeant.
Revels. W. E.................................... April 62 May 20, '65
Roberts, Evans.................................. April '62 May 20, '65
Rollerson. M athew.......................... A ril '62 ........... ..........
Sanders. M.......................................... April '62 May 20, '65
Shally, J. H...................................... April '61 May '20, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Shally, Thomas.................. .... April '62 ............
Shook, B. F.................................... April '62 ..................... Blacksmith.
Sibley, L. G.......... ... .... April '62 May 20, '65
Smith. F. B .. .............................. April '2 May 20 '65 Promoted Corporal.
Snowdon. Edward...................... April '62 ...........
Holand,l M atthew............................ A ril '2 ..........
Solowinsky. Frederick...................... ril '62 ..... ......
Sparkman, C. W.............................. April '62 May 20, '05




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 265


Roll Company B-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Standley, Isham ............................. April '62 .... ................
Stephens, Charles............................ April 62 ... ...........
Stephens, Naaman......................... April '62 ... ...........
Stephens, Swepston........................ April '62 ....... ........... Corporal.
Tompkins, James A.............................................. May 20 '65
Tompkins, W. P.......................... .................... May 20, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Trouell, M. J.............................. April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Tyner, Jesse C............................ Oct. '61 May 20, '65 Bugler.
Tyner, Willis R...... .............. April '62 May 20, '65
W all, B. S............................. ........... April '62 May 20, '65
Wall, S. Jackson............................. April '62 May 20, '65
Wall, Lawrence D......................... April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Waterbury, H. W........................... April '62 May 20, '65
W atson B ............................... ..... ...... May 20, '65
Weathersbee, George................... Oct. '61 May 20 '65
Weathersbee, Joshua........... April '62 ...
Weineer, J. 1). A............... April '62 May 20, '65
Wilkerson, H ................ April '62 May 20, '65
Wilkerson, John................ ...... April '62 May 20, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Wilkerson, William............... April '62 ......................
Wingate, A. A................................ April '62 May 20, '65
Wingate, Isaac ..... .... .... April '62 May 20, '65
Wingate, W. H........................ April '62 May 20, '65
Yelvsngton. Richard......... .......... April '62 May 20, '65


Roll Company C-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
William E. Chambers.............. '62 May 20 '65
ist Lieutenants- ,
H. A. McCormick................... '62 ........................
Samuel C. Reddick................. ...... ........ May 20, '65 Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Thomas P. Boulware......... ..... Aug. 12, '64 May 20, '65
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, K. P................................'62 May 20, '65
Atkinson, Ira D. M.................... '62 May 20, '65
Atkinson, M ......... '62 May 20. '65
Beckett, Edward M............ .. June 1, '62 May 20, '65
Bevill, Robert H..... ............ '62 May 20, '65
Bevill, Stephen C........................ '62 May 20, '65
Black. David................................ '62 May 20, '65
Blake, Thomas H................... April '62 May 20, '65 Bugler.
Blitch, 8. H..................................'62 May 20, '65
Blitch, William ....................... '62 May 20, '65
Boatwright, John J..... ...... '62 May 20, '65
Boulware, Benjamin P.......... Oct 1, '61 May 20, '65
Boulware, Robert P.................... '62 May 20, '65
Bowers. T. J.. .................... '62 May 20, '65
Bradshaw, J. B.................................. '62 May 20, '65
Bradford, James J...................... '62 May 20, '65
Bradford, Thomas...................... '62 ay 20, '65
Brevard, Edward C.................... '62 May 20, '65
Brooks, John .......................... '62 May 20, '65
Brown, B. W......................................'62 May 20, '65
Buckman. William......................... Oct. '04 May 20, '65
Carter, Jesse...................................... '64 May 20, '65
Cassady, A. J............................. '64 May 20, '65
Cassady, Benjamin F........................ '64 May 20, '65
Casady, Wilson W................... July '61 May 20, '65
Cauthen, Andrew J........... ........ '62 May 20, '65
Chapman. Gillis P.................... May 3 '62 Dec. 27, '62 Discharged for disability; died of measles at Fer-
Chamberlain, George S................... '62 Dec. 27, '62 nandina, Fla., November 4, '63.
Chestnut, James....................... '62 Dec. 27. '62
Chesser, J. W.:.... ................... '62 May 20, '65
Clark, Absalom C.............................. '62 May 20, '65
Cook, Anzeo W................................. '62 May 20, '65
Collins, Henry M........................'62 May 20, '65
Colson, Barnard................................ '62May 20, '65
Connell, James R........................... '62 May 20, '65
Connell, William R.................... '62 May 20, '65
Coolter, Alexander............................ '63 April '65
Cromer. William L ....................... '62 May 20, '65
Crews, Samuel P................................ '62 May 20, '65




















266 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Demere, Raymond...................... '62 May 20, '65
Dickison, Charles B..................... 62 May 20, '65
Dixon, Josiah B ..... .............. April '61 May 20, '65
Dogan, John.............................. Sept, 62 May 20, '65
Dupries, J. .............................. 62 May 20, '65
Edwards, Adeniram J...................... 62 May 20, '65
Edwards, John S.............................. 62 May 20, 65
Ellerbe, Richard P........................... 62 May 20, '65
Emmerson, Andrew J.............. 62 May 20, 65
Feaster. Jacob M............................. 62 May 20, '65
Feaster, John P.......................... '62 May 20, '65 Corporal.
Gambrell. William W........................ 62 May 20, '65 Farrier.
Gansy, Henry M................................ 62 May 20, '65
Girt. Robert T.................................. '62 May 20, '65
Graddick, Nicholus.......................... Sept. '61 ay 20, '65
Hadsock William............Sept. 15, 62 May 20, '65 Shot at Petersburg, Va., September 15, '64.
Haile, Edward.................................. '62 May 20, '65
Haile, John................................ 62 May 20, '65
Harris, John M............................. 62 May 20, '65
Harrison. Henry C.................. April '62 May 20, '65
Harrison, J. K............................ 62 May 20, '65
Harville, Jesse ................................ '62 May 20, '65
Hawthorn, Elijah T .................... '62 May 20, '65
Haynes, Bunberry...................... '6 May 20, '65
Ives, William...... .................. '62 May 20, '65
Jackson L. W... ................June '62 June '65 Wounded while pursuing deserters January 5, '65.
Johnson, Robert E...................... '62 May 20, '65 Bugler.
Johnson, Thomas A..... .......... '62 May 20, '65
Johnson, William E............... Aug '61 May 20, '65
Jones. James M............................ 62 May 20, '65
Kilgore, James F..... ............ '62 May 20, 65 sergeant.
King, John W. F.............................. '6 May 20, '65 Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant.
Kincaird. James.......................... '62 May 20, '65
Kinster, Hugh ................ ..........'62 May 20, '65
Knoblock, William............................ '62 May 20, '65
Lee, George M.............................. '62 May 20, 65
Leonard. Alexander H................... '62 May 20, '65
Lewis, Wilbur G............................... 62 May 20, '65
Lewis, Thomas B........................ '62 May 20, '65
Lewis, Thomas W .........................'62 May 20, '65
Lewis. William B.............................. '62 May 20, '65 1st Sergeant.
Lewis, William E.............................. '62 May 20, '65 Corporal.
Letford, William............................... '62 May 20, '65 1st Sergeant.
Lovell, Burazillar............................ '62 May 20, '65
McAteer, A. J............ .... Sept. 9, '62 May 20, '65
McAteer. Jessee S ........................... '6 May 20, '65
McClure. Robert L............................ '6 May 20 '
McLeod. Alexander ............. Mch '6 May 20, '65 Captured and confined at Fort Delaware until
McLeod, Daniel C.............................. '6 May 20, '65 close of war.
Marsh, Moses......................... ......... '6 May 20, '65
Mathews, John L.......... ......... .... July '64 May 20, '65 Shot at Marshall Swamp March 12. '65.
Mathews, John T.............................. '62 May 20, '65
Mattox, George C.............................. '62 May 20, '65
Miller, John J.......... .................... '6 May 20, '65
Mixon, John ................................. May 20. '65
Mixon, Miles G.................................. 2 May 20, '65
Moody, Daniel B.............................. '62 May 20, '65
Monroe, Augustus............................. '62 May 20, '65
Newson, Andrew J............................ '62 May 20, '65
Nix, James P....... '62 May 20, '65
Parker, James P.......................... '62 May 20, '65
Payne, M. L .............. May 20, '65
Perry John ................................... Sept. 20, '61 May 20, '65 Wounded at Olustee by fall of horse. February 22.
Pheiffer, John W..... '61 May 20, '65 '64.
Price. Alex. P.......................... April '61 May 20, '65 Transferred to Morgan's Cavalry; paroled from
Price, H. C.................................. '61 May 20, '65 prison.
Priest, G ........................... .......... '61 May 20, '65
Purdom, J. H.................................... '61 May 20, '65
Rouse. Benjamin P......................... ......... May 20, '65 Wounded February 14, '64 at Olustee, Fla.
Row, S. F........... ................. '61 May 20, '65
Ruff, George C. W............................ '61 May 20, '65
Ruff, Joseph H.................................. '61 May 20. '65
Sistrunk, G. M.................................. '61 May 20, '65
Sistrunk, Henry I............................. '61 April 26, '65
Bistrunk, James S...................... '61 May 20, '65
Sistrunk, Thomas W. J.................... '61 April 20, '65
Shuford, William T.......................... '61 May 20, '65
Sligh, Jacob M ................................. '61 May 20, '65
Shettlesworth, William P................ 61 May 20, '65
Simpson. Henry G .......................... 61 May 20 '6
Speer. John B........................... '61 May 20, '65
Sperry, Norman ................. '62 May 20, '
Stokes, John H................................. '62 May 20, '65





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 267


Roll Company C--2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CoNTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tanner. S. V................................... '62 May 20, '65
Varnadoe, Leondard........................ April 30, '62 .................. Transferred from 7th Regiment, Vandlanding-
Waldo, J. W................................ '62 May 20, '65 ham's Company; discharged for disability, '64.
Warren, James E............................ '62 May 20, '65
Weeks, John G.............................. '62 May 20, '65
Weeks, Sherrod 8............................. '62 May 20, '65 Re-enlisted from Company H, 1st Infantry.
Whitaker, John................................ '62 May 20, '65
Whitaker, Thomas......................... '62 May 20, '65
Wincoff, William F..................... '62 May 20, '65 Corporal.
Worthington, John R........................ '62 May 20, '65 Sergeant.
Worthington, Milton J............ '62 May 20, '65
Yongue, Alexander H..................... '62 May 20 '65 Corporal.
Zetroman. A. T....... .................... '62 May 20. '65 _


Roll Company D (Captain Scott's Company)-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
P. B. Brokaw............................... h. '62 ........................ Resigned.
G. W. Scott................................... Mch. 5, '62 ....................
D. B. Maxwell............................... Mch. 5, '62 ........................ Promoted Captain.
tst Lieutenant
D. W. Gwynn................M............. Mh. 5, 6 .... ......
and Lieutenant-
E. A H art................................... M 5, '62 ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
D W Scott..... ..................... .................... ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Alderman, A.......................... Mch. 5, '62 ...........
Andrews, J. A................................ Mch. 5, '62 ....... ..... 4th Sergeant.
Boswell, A. W................................. April 19, '62 ....:::::::: :....
Barber, John W......................... Mch. '62 April '65 Absent sick, August 14.
Barber, W....................................... Oct. 24, '62 ........ .......... Transferred October 24 from Captain Milton's Co.
F (M. T. A.), Volunteer Battery and clothing
money paid.
Barber, W M ...........................................................
Barco, P. T............................................... ....... ........ Discharged September 1, having furnished P. H.
Barno, Peter......... ............. Meh. 5; '62 .................... McCook as substitute.
Billingsley, J. S................................. M h. 17, '62 ... ..........
Bond, Elbert...... ..................... Mch. 5, '62 April '65
Bradley, G. W............................ Mch. 5, '62 ....... .... Absent sick October 13.
Bradford. W. M......................... Mh. 5, '62.... .....
Branch, J. H.................................. Oct. 14.... Absent ick October 14; bounty due.
B raswell, M M ....... .......... ............................ ........................
Chaires, Samuel.......................... April 14, '62 ..................
Chairs, T. P .....................................Sept. 1 ...............
Coleman, W. K .......................April 12, .......... .... Accidentally lost four fingers August 24, '63.
Council, John C....................... ch. 5, ..................
Croom, A. C................................ ch. 5, '6 ..................... 3rd Corporal; absent sick October 18; promoted
July 8, from 4th Corporal.
Cromartie. J. Q...................... Discharged October 26 by civil authorities.
Crowder. A. H.................... .... 5, ... ......
Crowder, R. ..... ..................... April 19,...............
ugger, I. L..................... h. 5,
ugger, J. ....... .......... Sept. 20, '63 May 6. '5 Captured October 1, '64; paroled from prison at
Dugger, Thomas................... ch. 5, .................close of the war.
Dugger. N. M ................................... Mcb. 5 .............
Denham Wiliam ....................... Oct. 1 .............Absent sick October 7; bounty due.
Ferril, A M ..... ......................... April 19 ........................
Ferril, J. S.......................... ........ Mh. 5 ........... th Sergeant.
Finkles, A. J...... .....Mch. 5, ...............
Fletcher, J. M................................. h. 5, ....ent to general hospital May 8.
Fletcher, M. N....................M.............. .
Fletcher R. R..................................Mch. 5, ...............Thrown from horse and injured in back.
Floyd, deorge C............ ......
Floyd, W. H ...e '6..... ..... Transferred September 1 to Captain Gamble's Co.
in exchange for T. P. Charges.
Galpin, J. M ................... ................................. ........................... 2nd Sergeant.
G ram bling, J. W ............................... .......................
Gray, J. H ......................................... M ch. 5 .. ...............
Gregory, H. C ............................... Mch. 5, .................
Green, T. J..................................... M 10, 62...................... Paroled.
Rice, J. A................................ Mch. 5. ............. Absent sick August 19.
Harris. A. F..... .......................... April 9, .....................
Hand, C. D..................................... Mh. 5, ..................



















268 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D (Captain Scott's Company)-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
H and, W ..................................... .. M ch. 5, ........................
Harris, W....... ....... ..... April 1 ...............
Hart, B. F..... ..... .................. ..... June 4...............
Houstoun, E. M ............................. Mch. 5 ... ...............
H um phries, J. D ............................... ................... ................
Jenkins, B. W..... ............... Mch. 5,............
Jenkins, J. H..................................... May 22, .......
Johnson, C. C.......................................................... ... .. Discharged by order civil authorities, being
minor.
Joyner, B. H ...................................... Mch. 5, ........................ Paroled.
Kindon, G. A................................... Mch. 5, .................. Detailed in Ordnance Department by Special Or-
Kirksey, L. H................................ Mch. 5, ........................ der No. 83 August 2.
Laing, W E...................................... M ch. 5,...............
Laing, R C....................................................................................
Las ch, C ............................................. M ch. 5, ........................
Lester, John S......................................................... ........................ Discharged August 1, having furnished S. A.
McCook as substitute.
Lester, W. .............. ......... Mch. 5, ................. 3rd Sergeant; absent sick October 27.
Lester, R. E .................................... Mch. 5, .......... 4th Corporal; promoted July 8 from the ranks.
McCook, S. A............................... Aug. 1 ................ Received August 1 as substitute for John S.Lester:
McCook, P. H........................... Sept. 1, ..................... Received September as substitute for P. T
McCullum, E. ................................ Mc. 5, .................. Barco.
McEachin, J. M ........... ..... Mch. 5 .......... .... Absent sick October 1.
M clntosh, B. M.......................................... ........................
Munro, Robert..... ................ ....... Mch. 5, ........................
M years, C. A ....................................... M ch. 5, ........................
Mashburn, J................... Mch. S, ..................
M athison, J. L...................... ...... M ch. 29 ........................
M athews, S...................................... April ...........
M axwell, John W ........................................................... ........ .. Paroled.
Miller, C. K ........................... ........ Mch. 5, ........... .......... t Sergeant.
M oore, C...... .................. ..... M ch. 5, ........................
M unroe, Robert...................................................... .................
Munroe, Thom as F........................... .......... ........................
M y'ers, C. A ....................................... ....................... ........................
Oliver, J. L....................................... April 19, ........................
Owens, T. W............................ Mch. 5, ........ ..... Absent sick September 16.
Parkhill, Samuel................ Mch. 5, ....... .... st Corporal; absent sick October 13.
Parramore, R. W............................... ..... Corporal.
Posey, Noah.................. ........ 5 .... ... Died '5, while in prison at Ship Island, liss.
Raker, M D ...................................... ................. ......... .................. Paroled.
Raker, T. J............................... ........ Mch. 5, ...............
Randolph, W. D............................... April 19, ............... Absent sick October 12.
Randolph, T. H........................ .............. ................... Corporal; transferred July 8 to Waller's Co. 8t
Randolph, H..................................... Mch. 5, .................. Florida, in exchange for James Sylvester.
Rawles, ..................................... April 19, ...... ...............
R idder, E B ............................................................................
Robinson, F..................................................... 5, ........................ Absent sick October 15.
Robinson, D. F.............................. M ch. 5,...............
Robinson, Charles....................... Mch. 5, ....
Rhodes, E.... ........................... Mch. 5, ..... .............
Strowman, J. L................................. April 10 ... ..........
Strickland, A. J.............................. ch. 5 ..................
Strickland, G. B.............................. Mch. 5.............
Shelter, G. W .................................. Mch. 5, ... ...............
Sheler, W. H................................... Mch. 5, ...... ... Sent to general hospital Octo'- r 15.
Sheler Joseph ............................. uly 15, ........................ Bounty due.
Stephens, J. A ................................... M 5, ...............
Saunders, M.................... .... ch. 5, ...............
Saunders, F. L............................ ch. 5, ...............
Saunders Robert....................... May 5,
Shehee. S. B................................ Mc 5, ..................2nd Corporal.
Shaw, James K ...................... ....................... .........
Smith, A............... ............ ...... ........................ .................. W wounded in jaw.
Spiller, A. F...... ..... .... ch. 5'.... Sent to general hospital October 30; detailed in
Spears, W. ............................. April 12, ................. genera hospital May 24;'returned October 1.
Scott, A. M ..... ........................... April 12, .................
Story, Isaac.......... ............................. .............. .
Sylvester, James.............................. July 8, ....................: Transferred July 8 from Captain Waller's Co, 8th
Florida Volunteers.
Tatum, T. P............................ .... April 19, ........................ Claims exemption as practical druggist.
Tully, W. C................................ .....................
Vickers, E .......................................... h.
Vickers J........................................... ch. 5, ........
Walsh, Brynt.......................... Mch. 5, April 7, '65
Walsh, Patrick... .. .. ............. ..................... Captured October 8, '64; released June. '65.
Watson, J. H........................... Mch. .......
Watson, JJ.J..................... ....... april 19. ......
Wamack, W ....... .. .......... ch. 5, ...
Woodward, W. W................... pril 19, Acting Hospital Steward of Co. from May 8..
Woodward, A. L ................... Mc...... ch. 5.
Whetstone, N........................ A l ....... ril 1,..
Whetstone, J. C.......... April 19, ............
Wilson, A. J........ .......... April 19, .... ..
Wilson. W. R........................... .......... :: ::::



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 269


Roll Company E (Beauregard Rangers)-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Haley T. Blocker.......................... May 8, '62 ..................
slt Lieutenant-
J. W. Oliver ............... ....May 8 62........... ....
and Lieutenant-
8. E. Conyers.............................. M ay 8, '62 .... ................
3rd Lieutenant-
R C. Booth................................. May 8, '62 ...... ..............
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, Lucius.................................. May 8, '62 .... ................
Archer, Hugh.... .................... May 8, '62 ........................ 1st Sergeant.
A shm an, Lanford..................................................... ..................
Bell, W, I........................................... May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Bell. J.............. ................................ May 8 62 .............
Blaloek, W. H..........................:...... May 8, '62 ... ..........
Blocker, John R.................................. May 8, '62 ...................
Bratcher, Andrew............................ May 8, '62...........
Bruton, W. A.................................. May 8, '62 .... ......... Sereant.
Brown, 3........................... May 8, '62 ....................
Coson, James ............ ..... May 8, '2 .......
Connell, Thomas................M........ May 8, '62 ........................
Cook, W G....................................... M ay 8, '62 ........................
Daniels, Robert............... 8, ................... ay 8Sergeant.
Dassy, J...................................... ay '62
D assy, J. R .................................... ay 8, 2 .... ................
Davis, H. C..... ............. .......... May 8, '62 ...........
Drake, James R............................ May 8, '62 ....................
Dugger. J. F..... ...................... May 8, '62 ....................
Dukes, C. E.................................... May 8, '2 .... ................
Dunham J. F................................... May 8, '62.... .......
DuPont, A. S............................... May 8 '62...........
DuPont, C. W................. May 8, '62 .................. Corporal.
DuPont, J. H ........ ay 8, '62............... 2nd Sergeant.
DuVal, hilip ...... ... ay 8, '62 ..................
English, John W............. ..... May 8, '62...................
English, R...... ..................... May 8, '62 ..................
Edwards, C. B.................................. May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Felkel. W. W..:.............................. .... ..... ................ ............. Wounded at Natural Bridge.
Futchwanger A........... .... May 8, '62 .......................
Gallagher, Edward Y.................... May 8, '62 .................
Gee. Richard C............................... May 8, '62 .................. Musician.
Gibbons, C. M............................. May 8, '62 ...........
Goodson, George W......................... May 8, '62 ........ ......... Corporal.
Goodson, Joseph............................ May 8, '62 ..................
Goodson, L....................................... May 8, '62 ..................
Goodson, Madison............................ Oct. '61 May 10, '65 Reenlisted in Blocker a Co.: transferred to W. H.
Goodson, R....................................... May 8, '62 .... .......... Milton's Co.
Goza, J. M ...................................... April 8, '62 ....
Gwynn, Thoma.............................. May 8 '2 ...................
Handley, G. W............................ May 8, '62 .................
Handley, J......................... ..... May 8, '62 ...........
Havis, James R.......................... May 8, '62 ...........
Hawthorne, John C............ May 8. '62 ........
Hawthorne. W. B....................... May 8. '62 ...............
Hernanes, J. W ................ ............. May 8, '62 ..................
Higdon, J. J............................... May 8, '62 .................. Corporal.
Hodges, J. J................... ................. ay '62
Holloman, J. W..................... May 8, '62
Hunter, M. B..... ........ ... May 8, '62 ... ....Corporal.
Hutchins, D. B ......: ................. May 8 '62...........
Jones, A L ....................................... M ay 8, '62 ....
Kemp, W. B............................... May 8, '62 ...
Kersey, avid E.................. May 15, '(1 ........................ Captured, '64; imprisoned till close of the war at
King, J. II.......................... ...... May 8. '62 .................. Ship Island, Miss.
King, W. C........................... Mlay 8. '2 ...
Lang, A. C.......................... ....... May 8. '12
Lassiter, J. B................................ May 8, I2
Lassiter, J. J....................... ......... May 8, '62 ....
Lassiter, W A. B......................... May 8 '62 ....................
Lipford, A T..... ................... ....... M ay 8. '62 .......................
McElvy. A. B................................ May 8, '62 May 10, '65
McElroy. S. W.............................. May 8 '62 ..................
McKinnon, J. I.......................... May 8, '62 ................
Martin. Jahez.... .................... ..... May 8, '2 ...... ..........
M axwell. 1). W ................................. M y 8, 2 ..... .....
Merritt, J. W................................... Mny 8, '62 May 10, '65
Mills, John M............................. May 8, '62 May 10, '65
M oore. A ..................................... M ay 8, '62 .....................
Munroe. B. H................................ May 8, '62 .................
M use, C. H .... ..... ... ............. M ay 8, '62 ...... ...........
Nasworth, George W.................. May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Nasworth. H. W.................... ..... Mav 8. '62 May 10, '65
Owens, J. M .... ...................... ......... M a 8, '62 ... .................



















270 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E (Beauregard Rangers)-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Packard, D. C......................... May 8, '62 ......................
Pickett, F....................................... M ay 8. '62 ... .................
Pickett, J................... ......... May 8 '62 ..................
Pickett, James R................ May 8 '2 May 10, '05
Powell, .......................... ........ May 8, '62 .... .. ..... ugler.
Rainey. W. C. H..................... May 8, '2 ... ........
Rich, Thomas D.......................... May 14, '62 May 10, '65
Robertson, J. B................ ....... May 8 '2 .... .......
Robertson, W illiam ......................... May 8, '62 .... ...........
Robertson, William L.................. May 8, '62 ....................
Roland, Stephen C...................... May 8. '2 .......... ........ Died of disease at Camp Finnegan March 1, '64.
Sanborn, Ira W .............................. ... May 8, '2 ... .................
Saunders, Wright W..................... Aug. '61 May 10, '65
Scott, W illiam L............................. May 8, '62... ................
Sealey, John E................................. May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Sealed, J. J..................................... M ay 8, 2 ........ .........
Simmons. H B................................. May 8, '62 ....... ...........
Singleton, W. H......................... May 8, '62 ...................
Smith, F. T..................................... May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Smith, T. Y., Jr............................ May 8, '62 May 10, '65
Smith. W. W..................................... Mch. 2, '62 May 10, '65
Spears, D. S. .................................... May 15, '62 May 10, '65
Spears Z..................................... May 8, '62 ........ ..........
Stanaland, George N....................... Aug. 1, '61 May 10, '65
Taylor, John L................................. May 8, '62 .................. Sergeant.
Towers, C. D ................................... May 8, '62 ........ ...........
West, Thomas H....... ...... May 8, '2 ...................
Whittle, A. H.......................... May 8, '62 ..................
W illiam s, J. W ........................... May 8. '62 .................


Roll Company F-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Sam uel F. Row ..... ................................ ........................
Ist Lieutenant-
George M. Whetstone......................................................
and Lieutenants-
John B D ell..................................................... ..................
George B. Ellis. Jr....................... ...... ..................
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Anders, J. R.............. ......................... April 5
Andrews, C. J....................... ..... April 65
Andrews, R. J..... ....... ........ ..... April '65
Banknight, J. A.......... .................. .... April '65
Barrow, L. C.................................... ....... April '65
Beach, David C..... ..................... May 17, '62 April '65
Beach, John L .......................... May 17, '62 April '65
Beach. L. J.... ....... ................. .... April '65
Beach, T. W........ ... ..... June 17. '62 April '05
Bell. Francis A..... ..................... May 15 '3 May 17, '65
B elch, C. D avis................ ......................... .......................... '..
Bevill, W. James.......................... May 17, '62 May 15, '65
B iviam I. J...................................... .. ......... A pril '65
Blitch, N. A......... ................... ..... April '65
Blitch, W H. H ..................................... .. ..... April '65
Boston, K W ...................................................... April '65
Brewer, M. E................................................... April '65 Corporal.
Brown, W. Bartimas....................................... April '65
Bryan, David S......... ..... May 15. '62 April '65
Bryan, T. J.......................... Sept. 6, '61 Aril '65
Buck. David C............ ......... .... April '65
Burnett, James F........................... ...... April '6
Cassidy. L. A. F........................... .. ..................... April '5 Sergeant.
Cauthon. Andrew J......................... ........................ April '65
Coker, John B................................... .................. A ril '65
Collins, Charles H W ...................... ........................ Apri '65
Collins, M ortimer H ......................... ........................ A ril '65
Colson. John G............... .... April '65
Colson, O. W...... ................. ...... April 9, '65
Cone, H. M......................... .. April '65
Cosby, John..... ......................... ................. A ril '65 Corporal.
Dampier. Stephen.......................... Feb. '61 .................




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 271


Roll Company F-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Davis, Robert...... .................. .... April '65
Drum, Doctor R....................... May 15, '62 April '65
Ellis, George B... .......... ...... ..... April '65
Ellerbe, Richard B.............. ...................... April '65
Fennell. James, Jr.......................... May 12, '62 April '65
Fennell, John.......................................... April '65
Fleming, John T..... ....................... April '65
Fussell, W. W........................................... April '65 Sergeant.
Gamble, James..................................... .. April '65
Gary, Thom as.......................... .................................. April '65
Geiger, Luther D........................ April '65
Graddick, Edward W................. ...................... April '65
Graddick, H. 1'........................... Mch. 1, '62 April '65
Graham, M. E.......................................... ........ April '65 Sergeant.
Griffin, John J............................. .................. April 65
Hennis, Davis G................................................. April '65
Hickson, Ezekiel P.... ......... May 17, '62 April '65
Hickman, E. P.......................... '64 April '65
Krimmerger, Jacob L.......... ............ April '65
Lee, William H.......... .................. ..... April 65
Limbaugh, Rufus ......................... .. .... April '65
Lindsey, Patrick H ......................... ........................ April '65
Lites. John...... ........................ ... April '65
Markey, Thomas J................... ................... April '65
McNair, Francis M...................... ... ......... April '65
MeAteer, S. J.... ..... .............. April '(5
Mclntosh, William R.................... ........ April '65
Mathews. J. C.......... ..................... April '65
Mickell, Solomon...... ............................. April '65
Osteen, W illiam ............... .................................. April '65
Overstreet. Albert H............ ............. April '65
Perry, J. P... ...................................... .... April '65
Pongree, A H ................................... ........................ A pril '65
Pooser, Francis D)..................................................... A pril '65
Pooser, James M............... ....... ....... April '65
Prichard, Robert S.................... April 15, '61 April '65
Ramsey, George W .......................... ....... April '65
Reynolds. Benjamin L............................. April '65
Roberts, Anderson................. May 2, '62 April '65
R ow A B ......... ................................................... A pril '65
Row, Michael H............................. May 2, '62 May '65
Sellers, J. E ................ ......................................... A pril '65
Simmons B. J................................................... April '65
Smith, James M.................................................. April '65
Sm ith, John.............. ......................................... April 65
Smith, Thomas W............. .... ... April '65
Stafford, Ezekiel C................. May 17, '62 April '65
Standley, James W..... ............................. April '65
Stokes, in lley.................................... .............. A ril '(.
Stokes, John It............................. ............. April
Stokes, William M...................................... April 65
Thomas, Edward W.................... Nov. 10, '62 April '65
Tillm an, Jesse...................................... ......... April 65
Tillman. J. L...................... ... May 17, '62 May '65
Tillman, M. M..... ........................ April '6
Tillman, W. 1)............................. .. Feb. '63 April '65
Tison, Willliam 0.................................................... April '6
Tucker, Benjamin E............................................... April '65
Tucker, S. C........................................................ April '65
Tuten, Patrick ............................................. April '65
Vaught, W illiam B.......................................... .... April 65
Vinzant, William B............................................... April
W ard, Erm a ................................. .................... A pril
W eeks, Francis M .......................... ... .................. ...... A pril '65
W eeks, Jol than II....................... ........................ April '65 Cor or l.
Willis, William W............................ May 17, '62 April '65 t Sergeant.
Wrede. Martin L............................................... April '65 Corporal.


Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company)-2nd Florida Cavalry.


NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
OFFICERS.
Captain-
W H Cone...... ............................ Aug. 12, '63 ......................
Ist Lieutenant-
W. A. Sheffield........................ Aug. 12, '63 ...................
2nd Lieutenants
Solomon Warren......................... Aug. 12, '63 ..................




















272 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company)-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)



MUSTERED MUSTERED


W. T. Weeks............................... Aug. 12, '63
ENLISTED) MEN.
Barrenton, I ....................A............... Au 1 ... .....
Bethea, F. C.................................... g 1 .... ...
Beilling, John W......................... Aug. 12, '6 ....... ........... Artificer; absent sick.
Bevill, S. 1'........... Feb. 1, '5 .................. Absent sick.
Bevill. John R........................... Jan. 31, '64 ....................... Corporal; absent sick.
Brooks, John W .......... ................... Aug. 12, .... ......
Bryant, L......................................... Aug. -12, '63 .... ............... Absent with leave.
Bryant, J. L................................... Aug. 29, '63 .... ................
Bryant, T. I..................... ............... Dec. 9, '4
Cone, C. F ........................................ D ec. 2, '63 ............................Farrier.
Canova, A. B.........................April 12, '3 ............ Corporal.
Cone, J. B......................................... 2, '63 ....... ........... Absent with leave.
Cheshire, A ............. ............ ........ Aug. 12, '63 ... ........
Cheshire, J. P....... ........................... Feb. 16, '63 .... ...........
Colson, M. D................................ Oct. 12, '63 ............ Absent with leave.
Colson S. B.............. ................ ... Oct. 14, '63 ........................ Absent sick.
Fetner. J. Z............. ......... Aug. 29, '63 ... ........
Fannell, J. P.................ug 15 ................... Aug. 15 .... .........Absent sick.
Feagle, H.... .... ..... .... Aug. 29 '63.. .......... Absent with leave.
Floyd, D .................................... Aug. 12 '63 .................. Bugler.
Goodbread, J. S................................ Jan. 13 '64.... ................
Goodbread, J. T......................... Dec. 9, '64 ........
Gaylard, N. R.............................. Aug. 12, '3 ..... ....... Absent on special duty.
Geiger, J. W ..... ........................ M ay 16. '02 ........................
Hunt. Thomas H.................. .......... Aug. 12, '6 ..................Absent sick.
Hunt, A........................... ..... Aug. 29, '63.... ....
Hunt, W. N................................ May 20, '6.....
Higginbotham E. ...................... Sept. 1, '6...........
Hancock, G. W..................... Aug. 12, '63...........
Howard H .......................... Aug. 12, '6 ........................ Absent without leave.
Jackson. W B.................................. Aug. 2 ........................ Prisoner of war.
Jackson, Isham............................. Aug. 17, '63 ................... Absent sick.
Jordan. David................................ Aug. 12, '63......................:. Corporal.
Keith, C. H .............................. ... Aug. 29, '6 ..... ......
Love, P. E..... ..................... Aug. 10, '61.....................
Lee, E. S ................ .... Jan. 25, '6 ................. Absent with leave.
Lee, H M ..................... ............ Jan. 25, .... .........
Limeberger, L. W.................. Dec. 6, '6 ...............
Lamb. J. J.... ................... .... Aug. 12, '6 ....... .......... Absent without leave.
Langford, Taft........ ....April 1, '65....... .... Absent without leave.
May. Thomas I.... ... ........ Aug. 12 ..................... Absent without leave.
McCaskill. Thomas.............. Aug. 12, '63 ........................
Mickler, William.............................. Aug. 12,Absent on special duty.
Milton, H. R............................... Aug. 12, '0 ... ........
Milton, William H ..................................... ................... Imprisoned at Newport News: aroled July, '65.
Morgan, L. M......................... May 16, '62 ....................
McKay. Jit..... ........................ Nov. 15, '63 .......... Absent on special duty.
Mclnnis, Samuel......................... Aug. 12, '63 .................. Sergeant.
O'Neill, C. C................................ .... Feb. 1. '65 ........................ Absent without leave.
Parrish, R.............Aug. 12, '63 ....................
Pennington, W. P............. ...... Feb. 12, '64 ...............
Pratt, W H ....................... .......... Aug. 12, '63 ... ........ .......
Parker. H C.............. .. .......... Sept. 3 '63 .... ................
Pickett, J. L................................... Sent. 1, '64 ....... ...........
Redding, T. C ..... .... .. .......... Feb. 20, '65 ........................ Absent sick.
Renfroe, J. E............................. Aug. 12, '63 .... ................
Ramsey, Eli .............. .......... ....... Aug. 12, '63 .... ...............
Ramsey, C. A......... .................... Nov. 25, '3 ... .............. Bugler.
Rogero, E............................... Aug. 12, '63 ....... ...........
Rousseau J. L................. .......... Jan. 28, '64 ..................
Smith, E. M................. .... April 12, '63 ...... ......... Sergeant.
Smith, J. ..................... .... Aug. 12, '63 ... .... .. Absent sick.
Smith, N................................ Aug. 12, '63 ....... .......... Absent on special duty.
Sm ith, A .......................... ......... Aug. 12, '63 ....... .......... Corporal.
Sm ith, F. M .... ............ ........... Jan. 11, '63 .... ................
Button, W. B ............................... Aug. 12, '63 ................ Prisoner of war.
Stancil. J. P.................................... Aug. 12, '63 ....... .......... Absent sick.
Steohens, J. K............................... Aug. 12, '63 ................ Absent without leave.
Swift, Thomas........... .... Aug. 12 '63 ....................
Sanford, M. J.............................. Aug. 12, '63 ....... ...........
Seigler. M.... ........................... Aug. 12, '63 ...... ............ Absent without leave.
Thompson, J. E.......................... Aug. 12, '63 ....... .......... Absent sick.
Turner, L.............................. ... July 29, '64 ... .................
Turner, O. L.......................... .... Dec. 1, '64 .... ................
Thomas, E..... ......... ..... April 1, '5 ............... Absent without leave.
Wimberly. W. B............................ Aug. 12, '63 ....... .......... Absent sick.
W aldron K ............................ Aug. 15, '3 ... .................
Warren, J. J .................................. May 11 2 ..............Absent with leave.
Whilden. M. J............................ Nov. 13, '64 ..................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 273

Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company)-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Wingate, J. B......................... Dec. '64 .................... Absent without leave.
DESERTED.
Alford, W R .... .............................. Aug. 12, '63 .... ................
Daniels, N...... ....... Aug. 12, '63 ...................
Raulerson. Frank..... ........ .... Au. 12, '63 ................. .



Roll Company H-2nd Florida Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain--
J. J. Dickison................... ... Aug. '62 .................
ist Lieutenant--
W. A. MeArdle................. Aug. '62 ...................
2nd Lieutenant-
1). F. S. Brantley..................... Aug. '62 ..................... Resigned June 11, '83.
3rd Lieutenant-
W J. M cEaddy....................... ........... ....................
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson David................................ '63 May 20, '60 Wounded at Gainesville, Fla., July, '64.
Arnold, Daniel J..... ..... .... May 16, '63 ..................
Barnard, A. .................... ............ ..... .............. Sergeant.
Barnard, C. J...................... .................
Barnard, C. O................................. Aug. '62........................ Sergeant.
Barrow, Elijah...... ..................... July '63May 20, '65
Baugham E...................................... ............... .........
Bauknight, J. P:....................... .......................
Baya Joseph........................................... ............ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware, '64 and paroled
B ell, J. B ........................................................................... from there.
Bennett, Daniel...................................................... Promoted 1st Sergeant.
B erry, Sam pson.................. ....................... .......................
Blackwilder, D....... .... ................ ..........
B lackwilder, F..... ...... .... .... ............ ........
B lount, J. L ............................................................. ........................
Boroughs. R. B............ .............. ................. .................. Surgeon.
Boyles, George W........................ Jan. '65 ...................
Braddock, H. E......... ............................
Brantley, W. A...................................
Brantley, William M ...................... .......................
B rock R D .....................................................................................
B row n, John.... ............................. .................... ..................
B row n, R ........................ ..................................... ........................
Cain, W ).................................................... .......... .........
Carlton, J. A......................................
Caruthers, A. .. ...................... .............
Caruthers, William W.................... Aug. '62 May 2 '6
Cassels, William II.......................... Aug. 1, '4 May 20, '65
Casson, J................
Clifton, D aniel Jr.............. ...................................................
Clifton, F. M..... ........... ............................
Clifton, H enry J..... .................................... ........................
Clifton, J. C................................. ............... .................
Cooper Eli........................ .......... Oct. '62...........
Cox, William...................................... ..... ...................... sergeant.
Crews, Joseph C .......................... Oct. 22, .4 ................ .. Wounded at No. 4, near Cedar Keys, Fla.
C row E 1..... ........................ ...... ................................ ...........
Curry, Lawon................................. ....... ..
Dell. J M ........ ..... ....................................... ..... .....
Denton, (. ................. ................... ...........
Dicker L. M ................. ...... ...........................................
Dickison, Charles B.......................... Aug. '62 .............. ...... Sergeant; killed at Palatka August 2, '64.
Dozier, H C.................... ............ ................................ ... .... Sergeant.
D ouglass, W illiam ............................ ..........................................
Fort, Josephl...................................... '64 May 20, '65
F ussell, J. W ...................................... ....................... ..................
G eiger, John .................................................... ........................
G ibson, C. T ..................................... ..... ................... ..........
G rantham E ..................................... ....................... ..................
H all B A ....................................... ... ...............................
H all, J... ............................. .......................... ...... ............
H all. Lloyde............................. .... ...... ..
Hall, William M ............................... Aug 62 .... ...... Wounded by accident at Palatka February 1, '63
Harden, J.... ................ .. ............................. near Green Cove Springs; again at Gainesville
H arris, John............................ ......................... ....... ............... A ugust 17, '64.
H arris, W illiam R .................................................... ..................
H arrison, Jam es ....................................... ...................





















274 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Harrison, William H.................. '63 ........................
Hewett, J. L..................................... ........................ May 20, '65
H inson, A J............................................................. ..................
H iers, D avid 0 ................................. .. ................ ......................
H iers, J. M ....... ........................... ........................ ........................
H odges, E D ................................... ...................... .....................
Johns, Andrew J............................... ..................... May 20, '65
Johns, Ervin.................................. Aug. '62 May 20, '65
Johns, Jacob......... .......................................... ........................
Johns, J. M...................................................
Johns, Lewis...................................
Johns, Perry......... ........................................ ........................
Johnson, John.................................... .................. ..............
Jones, R obert....................................................... .......................
Josephs, G................................... ................
Kite, John..... ............................ Sept. 17, '62 May 20,65
Lanier, Jam es..... .................... ................ ........................
L anier, John........... ....................................... ........................
Lanier, J. S.... ................................................................
Lanier, John W .................... .............. ........ ..........
L anier, R obert................................................
Low, L. Samuel.......................... May 20, '62!May 20, '65
M arsh, R ............... ................... ...................... M ay 20, '5
M edici. F A ........................................................ .......................
Meyer. ............................ .................. Corporal.
M miller R W ...................... .................................... .....................
M onroe, D 8................................... .................... ...................
M organ, J. P ...................................... ...................... ...................
O dum L W ............................... ........................ ........................
Osteen, W.......................... ................. May 20, '65 Promoted Lieutenant and Acting Commissary of
Peters, A. H................................ '3 May 20, '65 1st Regiment, Cavalry.
Piggott, T ......................... .................................... ................... Corporal.
P ow ell, L ........................ .............. .......... ............ ................
P revatt, Jam es................................ .........................................
P ruden, H J.... ...... ............ ......................................
R ichardson, .......................... .............................. .................
R ivers, John 1... ........................... ........................ M ay 20, '65
R oberts, W N ................... ........................................................ Corporal.
Robertson. John .......................... Sept '63 May 20, '65
Rogers, Albert.................................................. May 20, '65
Rogers. John..... ....................... ........... May 20, '65
Royal. Ivey........................................ Sept. 3 May 20, '65
R ozier, ('. H ..... ............................................................................
Sabote, Paul E.............................. ... ..........May 20, '65
Sanders, lcQ uenn................................. ............... ..................
Shaw. 1)............. ......................................
S heldon. R ................................... .................. ........................
Sim pson, J. ............................................................ ................... Corporal.
Sligh, Sam uel ...................... .......................... May 20, '65
Snutl., E. V ................. ............ ........................ May 20, '65
Smith, iR. It............................ ................. May 20, '65
Spivey, W .......... ............................................. May 20, '65
Stewman, W. ................................ '63 May 20, '65
Strickland, J. 11................................ Sept. '63 May O, '65
Taylor, Alexander.................. ........................ May, 20, '65
Thom as, A M ......................... ...................... M ay 20, '65
Thomas, I iAi1. .. i. .-t. '62 May )), '6.
Thomas. ..1.., ii. I. '163 May 20, '65
Thomas. J,-ln I1iv 0, '65
Thomas..l..-i. It N-.i. I.'. 'ii v 2 '05
Tyver, Il..in. \ 1i.,: '. 1. \ 20, '5 Captured at Tam na, Fla., March 22, '64; confined
lit Key West, then carried to Ship Island where
he remained until the close of the war.
W ard, J. J...................................... Aug. '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Watson, M. D.................................. Aug. '2 May 20, '
W eathersbee, George........................ .................... May 20, '65
W weeks, R B ................... ................. ..................... M ay 20, 5
W ood. J. A. J. W ............................ Aug. 15, '62 ....... ... ..
Wood. Warren .................................Aug. '62 ....
W right. H ................................................................ May 20. '65


Roll Company I-2nd Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
A Sm ith ........................................ ................... ... ...................... R designed .





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 275


Roll Company I-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

S. A. 'uarramore.............................................. April '65 Promoted from Sergeant to Captain.
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
J. N florn...................................................... .......................
3rd Lieutenant-
A. A. Grifin...........
ENLISTED MKN.
Albritton, John T........... ....... ct. '3 ...........
Adam s. )ennis................................. ..... .............. A ril '65
A dam s, R W ............................................................ A pril '65
Allen, Henry..................................... Mh. '2 April '65
Bannum, W. ................................. April '65
)ishop, Joseph.......................... April '2 April '5 Tranferred from A to F.
lllanton, David '............................. ........................ A pril '65
Bunling, A. B..................................Dec. '4 April '65
Calvin, Davis.................................................... April '65
Carton, I. ......................................................... April '65
Carlton, Thomas A.................... ........................ April '5
Carter, J............ ...................... .. .......... ....... A april '65
Carter, J. W........... ......................... April '65
Caraway, William H.................. April '61 Aril '65
Caraway, W. .................................62 april '65
Cave, 1. W .................................. I... ..... ................... A pril '65
Coker, B1................... .... ................. April '65
Coker, T. J.................................. .............. ...... April I '65
Collins, F. M ...................................... ......... .... A april 65
Collins, George C.................. ...... .......... April 5
Collins, J. I ......... .......................... ........................ April '65
Cone, W. R. ................................................ April '65
Dean, J. W ..................................................... April '65
Drew. W. B ........................................... April '65
Earnest, E............................................... April '65
Earnest, N W .................................. ....................... A pril '65
Ellison, T T ...................................... ............. ..... A pril '65
Et ell, J. W ...................... ............... ........... ....... ril '65
Farnell, C. P................................ '63 May 20, '65
Ferrell, E. J.................................... '62 April '65 Transferred to Houston's Artillery in '63.
Fields, A. T................... ............ ........................ April '65 Promoted Bugler.
Finnegan, J. R................................. ........ .......... April '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Flowers J, W............. ....... ..............April '65
Forward, William F.... ..... ........... n. '65 April '65
Griffin, W. D....................................................April '65
Grubbs, W. H................................... April 15, '62 April '65
Hampton, G. W............................................ April '5 Promoted Sergeant.
H am ilton, I. A ......................................... ............... A pril 5,
Ham pton, J. J.................................. ........................ A 65
Hampton, J. ............................... ................... April '65 Promoted Corporal.
H am pton, I. W ..... ... ......................... ........................ April '65
Hulett. W................................. .... ......... April '65 Wounded at Natural Bridge.'
Hendry. J. W............. ..... ............... April '65
Hendry, Robert W.......................... '62 Apri '65
Henderson, Edward H.................. .................. April '65
Henderson, Jasper M........................ '62 Apri '65
H ines. H B..................................... .................... pril '65
H oward, W F..... ................................................... April '65
Jelks, N. P.................................... ........................ ........................ Wounded at Natural Bridge.
Jenkins,.R. D........................................................ April 65
Johnson, I. B.......................................................... April '65 Sergeant.
Johnson, T A ............................................................ April '65
Johnson, W. P..... ............................ April '65
Jones. 1)........................................... ......... Wounded at Natural Bridge.
Lipscomb, John........................................April '65
Lipscomb, William C................. el. '4 .................. Shot at Natural Bridge. Fla., March 6, '65.
Loper, Curtis A............................... Meh. 8, '62 April '65 Transferred to Company F, 5th Battallion Cavalry.
Lundy, James T.................................................... April '65
M cCall, J. H ................................... ........................ ril '65
McCall, M. P................................... Mch. 5, '62 April '63
McMullen, David........................ '62 April '65
McMullen, E. H.............................. '62April '65
McMullen, Thomas J...................... Feb. 15, '62 ...................... Transferred to Company K, 10th Regiment, June
McPherson, J. J...................................................... April '5 10, '63: lost right arm at Petersburg, Va., '64.
M this, John H ............................................... ...... April '5
M this. J. W ..................................... '62 April '
M ayd, I. W ....................... ...... .............. A ril '65
Mays, R. J...... ............................. '62 April '5
Morse. John R................... ........ Meh. '62 April '65
Oneal, C. C............................................. ............. April '6
Oneal, John W.................................. ....... April '65
O'Quinn, A. M......... ..... ........... April '65
Overstreet, G. W....................... ...... ... April '
Paulling, F. F........................................................April '
Pierce. .. .....................................April '
loppell, Brinkley.......................... Au 21 '3 April '65





















276 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-2nd Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Randell, Theodore............................................... April '65
Robinson, J. B.................................................... April '65
Roebuck, J. H.......................... '62 April '65 Lost several fingers at Natural Bridge, Fla.
Roulhoc, Jas. Blount G.................................... April '65
Rowell. John ......................... ....... ..... April '65
Shaw, J. A........................ .................................... April '65 Sergeant.
Shaw, J. T.. ................................... ........... .... A pril '65
Sheffield, I. B .......................................................... A pril '65
Shiver. Isanc.................................... Jan '63 April '65
Slaughter, Moses W............................April '62 April '65
Slaughter, U. W............................................ April '65
Smith, D. R..................... .............. ......... April '65
Smith, L. D............................................................................. Wounded at Ntural Bridge.
Sm ith. W J.......................................... ........ April '65
Spradley, Richard............. ..... ............. April '65
Strickland, M. F.................................................. April '65
Strickland, W. W............................................... April 65
Sutten, J. T...................................... ................... April 65
Talbert. D M .......................................................... April '65 Corporal.
Tatem J. F...................................... ..... ........ ....... A pril '65
Thigpen, W .............. ......... .......................... ...... April '65
Thomaston, John C........................ ............... ... April '65
Tillis, Richard...................................... ......... April '65
Tillm an, J......................... .......... .............................. .................. Corporal.
Tucker, Jordan................................. April '62 April 65
V ickers, E ................................... ........ ... A april '6
Wadsworth, B. D................................................. April '6
Wallace. F. M...................................................... April '65 Corporal.
Ward, Council........................... ...................... April '65
Ward, Evan W..............................Oct. 61 April 65
W ard. Isaiah.......... ........................... ................... April '65
W ard, John......................................................... April '65
Ward, William H.............................................. April '65
Whitlock, W. W....................... .... April '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Wilder, William W ....................................... April '65
Witt, W. W.............................. ..............April 65
Wordsworth, D. D................................................ April '65
Worrell. George........................... ....................... April '65



Roll Company K-2nd Florida Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
obert Harrion....................... ..................... .................... Promoted Major.
F. J. Clarke....................... ........................ ........ Promoted Captain; resigned July 30 '63.
Jesse N. Jones............................ April 17, '65 Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to Captain..
Ist Lieutenant-
John D. Jones............................. .............. ... 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant-
W. T. r.orley....... ...................................... Resigned November 28, '63.
3rd Lieutenant-
Peter Cone................. 1 '..................... May 16, .. ... Promoted Lieutenant; wounded at Olustee No-
EKNLIr TEI MEN. member. '64.
Adam s, W illiam .................................................... April '65
Bacon, R. S.................................. ............ ........... April Sergeant.
Beaty, D ............................................. ............. A pril '65
Beem D E............................................................. April '65
Bradley. J. H ............................................... .... A pril '65
Butler, S. H ................................... ... ....... ....... April '65
Campbell. R.................................... .................April '65 Sergeant.
Caraway, W........... .......................................... April '6
Chalker, A S..................................... ........................A pril '65
Chalker, J rm es D ................................ ......... April '5
Cone. J. ..................................... ..................... April '65 Sergeant.
Crosby, Andrew......................... May 17, '62 April '65
Dial, John.............................. ... .......... A pril '65
Dyas. W illiam ................................ ............ .......... Anril '65
Dowling, Isaac............................... Feb. 20, '64 April '65
Futch, C. B ............... .................. ... ... April '65
Gardner. J.................................................................. A pril '65
Geiger, J. W .......................................................... A ril '65
G eiger. N H ................................... ........................ A pril '65
Gilehri-t April '5t
G.-...Ibre 0.I. P.hilip M-iy 10: '6? Aril '05
Green, W G .................................... May 10, '62.April '65


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 277


Roll Company K-2nd Florida Cavalry.

(CONTINUED.)





MUSTERED MUSTERED
NA.!:8. IN. OUT. REMARKS.



ynn W. W ............... Sept '63 ............aptured; imprisoned at Fort Delaware, Md., and
Harrison, James E...........................May 17 '62 April '5 there died late in '4 or '65.
Harrison, James O.................. May '63 April '65
Hawkins, M. B................. ........... ....................Wounded at Natural Bridge.
H icks, N A .............................. ....... .... .... ...... April '65
Higginbotham, Alex J..... ....May '62 May 15, '65
Higginbotham, G. A......... ................. May '65
Higginbothem. James Harvey....... Oct. 22, '6.................. Died in hospital at Madison of pneumonia Feb-
Higginbothem, John H................... ................ April '65 ruary 6, '64.
ohnson, Phineas.......................................... April '65
Jones, Archibald...... ...... .......... May 17, '62 .................. Killed by deserters while in line of duty at Lake
Jones, J. H........................................ .... .....April '65 City Fl., January 6, '65.
Jones, S. D..... .. ................................................ April 65
Jones, W ......... .................................................... April '
Jones. W. L...... ........................ May '62 May 17, '65
K ite, B ......................... ....................................... April '65
Leggett, J. B........ ........ ..... ... April '65
Lewis, I. L............................... April 17, '65
Little, Charles.............. ... .... April 65
Little, G.................................................. April '65 Corporal.
Little. J. B....................... .................................. April '65
McCleany, B..... .......... ....... .....April '65
McIntosh, J. A................................. ...................... April '65
M asters, R. T................................... ....................April '65
May, T. J...................................................... April '65
Morgan, E. 0 ................................................. April '65
Morgan, L. M... ........................................... April '65
M organ, M M ................................... ........................ April '65
M organ, T. S..................................... ...................... April 65
Oglesby, C...................................... ...................April '65
Pelot, John C.......................................................... April '65 Sergeant.
Pendarvis, G. A........................................... April '65
Pickett, G W ................................... ........................ A pril '65
Price, D. W................................................ April '65
Prinle, William......................................... April '65
Reddick, Jackson........................................... April '65
Roberts, N. E...................................................... April '65
Rowe, R. L..................... ................................... April '65
Rouse, W. N......................... .................. April '65
Roux, L. F....................................... ................... April '5 Sergeant.
R oux, T ................. ............................ ......... A pril '
Sanders. F........................... ............. April '65
anuls, Allen............................... ..... '62 April 65
Sauls, l.methy...... .......... Aug. 10, '63 April '6.
Sheffield, S. F................................... ................... A april '65
Shuttleworth, J................................................. April '65
Silcox, D. J................ ............ April '65
Simmons, Henry K........................ ............ ....................... Killed, Natural Bridge March 4, '64.
Smith, D. M....................... ............ .......April 65
Smith, Hutchinson.................. May 16, '62 April 17. '65
Smith, Jerry............................................................................ Drowned at Rocky Bluff, Fla., June. '63.
Soutton, M............................................. April '65 Corporal.
Stewart, D. C... ................ ............. April '65 Corporal.
Tanner, A C ..................................... ........................ A pril '65
Thigpen, O. A................................. Jan. '63 May '65
T ison. J. ...................................... ............ ........ A pril '65
Turkett, J. 8................................ Sept. 1, '6 April '65
Turknett L ......... ........ Sept. 1, '63 .................. aroled from Fort Delaware prison.
Turner, A. W...................................... .... April 65
Turner, B. H................................................. April '65
Turner, E............................................................. April '65
Turner, W. W..................................................... April 65
V anzant. D J................................... ........................ A pril '65
Vanzant, William M......................................... April '65
Warren. J. J....................................................... April '65
W ells, E ............................................... .............. A pril 5
W ell, J............................................. ..................... April '5
W est, M C............................... .................... April '5
W ilson, D ................ ... .................... .... April '(5
Wilson, John C.......................... Feb. '63 April 17, '65 Was ruptured at Natural Bridge fight.
W ilson, Z. C.................................... .. ............. April '65
W ingate. J...................................... ... ................. A ril 5
W ingate, Joel B ............................ ...................... May 18. '65
Wingate, T. J........................ ................. April '65
Wingus. J. B..................... '63 April 17, 65
Yulee, C. M................................. ........... April '65




















278 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll, Field and Staff-r5th Confederate Cavalry..


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonel-
H arry M aury................................................. ........................
Lieutenant-Colonel-
Major-
H. H. Partridge. ............................................. Captain; promoted Major.
Surgeon-
Assistant-Surgeon- -
Adjutant-
Sergeant-Major-
Quartermaster-

Commissary-
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
Commissary-Sergeant-
Chaplain-
D aniel H B ryan......................... .................. ........................
Hospital Steward-



Roll Company A (Magnolia Dragoons)-x5th Confederate Cavalry.



MtSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
R. H. Partridge ...................... .................. Promoted Major.
John Ulmer................................................. May '65 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant, then'
Ist Lieutenant- Captain.
T. H. Triplett......................... April 30, '62 ........................
2nd Lieutenant-
F. B. Taylor........................... April 30, '62 May 6 Promoted from Sergeant to 2nd Leutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
J. R. Tucker.............................. April 30, '62 ........................
J. P. Grantham............
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen. D avid................................... A april 30, '62 ........................
A nderson, A ...................................... A pril 30, '62 ........................
Barrington, Edward P........... pri 30, '62 ...................
B aldy, J. H .......................... ....... A april 30, ..................
Barnes M. ......... ... ....... April 30, '2 ....
Barclay, E. D. ..... .... .... April 30, '62.... ... Corporal.
Bayenwood. C. H............ .. April 30, '2 ..............
B eazley, W illiam .............................. ..................... ........................
B ell, R ......................................... A april 30, '62 ........................
Bentley, B. M............ .... April 30, '62 ........................
Blackbourne. W A....................... April 30, '62 ........................
Bozem an. C. H ....... .............. ................. ........................
Brooks, James A..... ................ April 30, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Brooks, John F................... april 30 '62 May '65
B rown, J. 0 ....................... .. ....... A april 30, 62 ...................
Bryan. D. H......................... April 30, '62 May '6 Sergeant; promoted Chaplain.
Burns, M ichael C........................ ... ay '02 ........................
Busba, B. .... ..................... April 30, '62 ....
Carman, Willis........... ............... April 30, '62.....
Cason, John..... ................... April 30, 62 ....
Clark, D. C.......... .......... ......... April 30, '62 ....
Clark, W. C............ ..... ..... April 30, '62
Cobb, I. V. W....................... April 30, '62 ....... Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Cone, A.... ....................... April 30, '62 .... ...........
Cooksey, J. A..................... ..... April 30, '62...........
Crowell, D. I......... ......... April 30 '62...........
Davis, W. L................................. April 30 '62 .... ...........
Dawkins. G. W ............... ........... ril 30, '62.... .......
Dawkins, W. H.......................... April 3, '62....
DeCaussey, C. B........................... April 30, '2 ....
DeCaussey, Marion........ ..... April 30. '62..........
Drake, E........................... April 30, '62 .... ...........
Dunkins, W. H............. .............. April 30, '62
Ellenwood. Stephen........................... april 30, '2....
Freeman, J........................................ April 30, '62 ... ...........



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 279


Roll Company A (Magnolia Dragoons)-- 5th Confederate Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMAItaS.

Frisbee, David.................................. April 30, '62 ..................
Gamble, J........................................ April 30, '62... ........
Gelzer, William...................... April 30, '62 May '65 Corporal.
Gillett, M. P..... ..... .. April 30, '62 .... ...........
Graham, D. ........................... April 30, '2 .............
Grantham, Q. P............................ April 30, '62 ............... Sergeant.
H allm an, J. A ................................... April 30, '62 ... ........
H ardee, T............... ........... .... April 30, '62 ... ........
Hardee, William B............... April 30, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
H arris, G. W .........................ril 30, '62 ... ...........
Hart, David ................ .. April 30, '62 ..............
Hightower, Z. 1H.......................... April 30, '62 .......................
H ines, D W .....................................................................................
Holmes, E. J............... ......... April 30, '2 May '6
H ousto n, ........................................................ ....................
James, William......................... April 30, '62 ..................
Jeffcoat, M. A.... .................. April 30, '02 ...........
Kilpatrick, J. M ..... ..... .... April 30, '62 ........... Transferred to Florida Light Artillery.
K nighton, A .......................... ....... April 30 '62 ... ...........
Knighlton, Alexander I................. Mch. '62 ...
Lalitte, P. M ............ ....................... A ril 30, '62 ... ........
Lord, W R ................................. April 30, '62 ... ...........
McClellan, Charles E....................... April 30, '62 ... ...........
M cReney, George............................ A ril 30, '62 ..........
McVoy, William.................... Oct. '62 May '65
Manning, A. M............................... April 30, .
Mason, Frank.................... ........ April 30, '62...........
Mathews. S. N....................... April 30, '62...........
Mikell F. A......................... ..... April 30, '62...........
Miller, W. R.................................... April 30, '62 ......
M oore, Jam es.................................. April 30, '2 ... ....
M onroe, F....................................... April 30 '62 ... ........
M onroe, J. I...................................... A pril 30, '62 ... ........
M oss, Z. A ................................... April 30, '62 .... ...........
M ott, J. R ....................................... A pril 30 '62 ... ...........
Neely, S. W ........... ........................ April 30, '62 ... ...........
Nichols, J. S.......... ........... April 30, '62...
Nobles, William Dennis................... '62 May '65 Wounded at Mt. Pleasant, Ala., '63.
Oder, J. ......................................... April 30, '62 ..................
Oder, Thom as................................. A pril 30, '62 ........................
Partridge, B. M................... .. April 30, '62 ....................
Partridge, Ben W.............. ......... April 30, '62 May '65 Captured at Gonzalez, Fla., October, '62: impris-
Peeler, Webber................... April 30, '62 ... ........... oned at Fort Pickens.
Porter. C. I..................................... April 30, '62 ... ........
Renfroe, J. C....,......................... April 30, '2 ...........
Roney, G. W.... ... ..... April 30, '2 ...........
Redd, J. ................................ A april 30, '62 .............
Russell, Benjamin ............. p 3,......... .... Apri 30, '
R ussell, F............. ................... .......... A pril 30, '62 ... ........
Scruggs, Richard .......... ...................................... April 30. '62 Corporal.
Shackelford. A. W........................... Feb. 15, '63 May '65 Run over by mule; captured May 15, '65.
Sheppard, Benjamin....................... April 30, '62 May '65
Sheppard. Berry.................. ...... April 30, '62 ................
Simpkins, Thompson..................... April 30, '62 ....................
Slaughter, Henry T.............. ..... April 30 '2 ................ Sergeant.
Slaughter, J. H ............................ April 30, '2 ........ ..........
Sloan, James.............................. April 30, '62 ... ...........
'pratt. J. L .................... ................. A april 30, '62 ... ... ........
Spratt. L. M ................................... April 30, '62 ... ........
Surls. Calvin............................ April 30, '2 ....................
Taylor, W. R................................. April 30, '62 ..................
Taylor, W. T..................... ..... April 30, (.
Tucker, Joel HI................ ... .. April 30, M ,
Turner, J. 1)............................. .... April 30. '62 ........ ....
W alker, W 8.................................... A ril 30, ... ........
Walters. A........ .......... ............. April 30, '62 ... ...
Wilford, John............................ April 30 '62 ......
Williams, W. J................... ............................ May '65
Wooton. Lafayette........................... pril 30, '62 ..................


Roll Company B-i5th Confederate Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICEYRR.
Captain-
Richard L. Smith...................... Mch. 14, '62 ..................




















280 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B-i5th Confederate Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


NAMES. MUTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
ist Lieutenant-
Jo.seph IB. Roulha k............................... ch. 14, 2 .......... .......
2nd Lieutenant -
John T. Davis, Sr......................... Meh. 14, '62 .... ................
3rd Lieutenant-
Charles W Davis ................. ...... Mc 14, '2 .......... ........
;NLlIkT';E MIEN.
A l erm an, A ................................ ...................... ....... ........
A skew, Charles A ............................. h. '6 .... .......
Baker, Beverly................ ............. May 3. '02 .... .
Baker. Lawrence............................ ay 3, .... .......
Baltzell, George A.......................... May 3, '62 May '65
Bellanmy. Benjamin A.................May 3, '62 May '05
Bone, William J................... May 3, '62 ......
Boone, Daniel A........... ....... Mch. 14, '62...... .....Sergeant.
Boone, Robert C.................. ........ Mch. 16, '02 ................
Brunson, W illiam...... .... .... .... April 1. '62 ....................
Bullock, C............................. ..... ... M h. 14, '2 .........
Calloway. John H............................. Mch. 14. '62.......
Camp)ton, Richard I1....................... Mch. 14, '62 ......... .......
Cook, John W ........................ ......... M 14, '2 ..
Cox. Aurelius P............................. Mch. 14, ... ........
Daniel, L.uson........ ........ Mch. 14, '2 ........
D aniel, W J...................................... ................ ... ... .........
Davis, W alter.................... ....... Mch. 20, '62 ...........
Derring, John D ............ .. ............. ............
D ickson, T i.................. ................. .......... .......
Dudley, James B........................ Mh. 20, '62 ......
Dykes, George R............................ Mch. 20, '2 ... ........
Dykes, Jacob I................................. Mh. 14,62
Dykes, W illiam H..... ................ Meh. 20, '62 ... ..........
Edwards. John W...... .... Mch. 14, '62 .... ......Corporal.
aulk. George W......... .... ... April 25, '02 ... ..........
Findley, Benjamin L....................... Mch. 20, '02 ..... .....
Finlayson, John L........................ Mch. 20, '2 ...................
Gilbert, John B......................... Mch. 20, '62 May
Grant. Steohen C......................... Mch. 14, '2 ................. Corporal.
Haley, Michael................... Mch. 14 '2 ...................
Harvey, James H.................. ...b... Mch. 14, '62 ............
Harvey, John H................. ... M 62 ................. 3,....
Herring. John D.............. Mch. 3, '62................
Hewward, Joseph P........................ M h. 3, '62 .... ................
Hinson. William H........................... Meh. 20 '62....
Hunter. Joseph T............ Mch. 14, '2 ..................Sergeant.
Irwin, Joseph............................. Mch. 14, '02 ...........
King. Isaac P....... .............. ......... M h...............
Kirkland. Green B........................ Meh 14 '62.... ....
Land, Benjamin F.......................... Mch', 14 '62...
Land, Hlenry ..................... Mch. 3, '2 May
Land, Jag. JC........ ...... ......... ...................... May '05
Land, Jehu ................................. Mch. 14, ..... .......... Corporal.
Land, Stenhen W.............. .... Mch. 14 '2 ............
Lewis. W illiam A................. Mch. 14, '62 ................... Musician.
Lindsey, k lisl F ................... 25, '62 ... ...
Longk. E'olwin 0I............. ............... M ll 14, '2.. .........
McGriff, Richard........ .... Mch. 14 '62...........
McLeroy, Robert T....... ............ Mch. 14, '62 ........... ..
Martin, W illiam........................... Mch. 14, '2 .... .......
Mathews. John....................... Mch. 14, '2...
Myrich, Littleton........... ...... Mch. 3, '2 ... .....
Newrsom, Lewis L.................... Mch. 14, '62 .......... Sergeant.
Nobles, W. HI...................... ........ May '05
Oswald, Marion............... Mch. 14, '02 .................. Captured by enemy and paroled March 20, '65.
Pelt. John J....... ......... ........ ........
Pittman, Hulan R ...................... Mch. 14, '02 .. ..... ... Died at Mobile, Ala., of disease January 4, '5.
Pitman, Robert J................... ..... Mch. 14, '62 ........... Sergeant.
Register, ekiel A......... .............. Mch. 20, '62 ....'".: .....
Roberts, James.......... ................. '04 .... .. ...
Robinson, W. L.... .... .................. May '65
Roebuck, James.... .. ........... Mch. 20, '2...
Rooks., John J....... ........ Mch. 14, '02 ... ........
Staley. John F.......... ................ Mch. 14, '62....
Steuhen. Jarob H...... ... Mch. 14, '62...
Sykes. W. H.................... ............ May '65
Thomas, John C.............. Mch. 14, '02....
Widgeon, George....................... Mch. 14, '02 ............ Sergeant.
W idgeon. John........... ................ Mch. 14, '62....
W vnn, Colbert.... ......... Mch 16, '62........................ Musician.
Withersonoon. James.........62.......... Mch..... Corporal.
White, Thomas M........................ April 20 '62 ...
Wymes. C. B ....................May '65
Yarborough, George S.......... Asril 7, '2 ....................... Wounded at Clairborn, Ala.
Yarborough, John H.............. May 3. '62 ...........
Yarborough, William H.................. April 7.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 281


Roll Company C-x5th Confederate Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS

OFFICERS.
Captain-
W B A m os .................................... ................. .......................
Tst Lieutenant-
E S. Carter........ ...................................... ........................
2nd Lieutenant-
W. W. Green ........................................ ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
P. Gordon................. ....................... ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
A llen. W W ...................................... .................... ......................
A m os, H C ...................................... .................... ....................
A m os, J. W ...................................... ................... .....................
Baker, George.... ........................ .............. ............. Corporal.
B aker, M ........ ........................ .............................................
B arton. N ..... ............................................... ........................
Black, Henry............................... '61 .... .......... Wounded near Mobile. Ala., July. '63.
Blake. S. H............................. ................. May '65
Campbell, Allen............ ...................
C herry, A J...... ........................................... ........................
C lary J. B ......................................... ........................ ........................
Clary, R M ...................................... ........................ ........................ Sergeant.
Cobb, Jam es. .. ..... ....................... ........................ ........................
Cobb, R...... ............... ....... .... .......
Cobb, W illiam ...... ..................................................I.. ...................... Corporal.
Only G M ...................................................... ........................
Cotton, A. B................................
C raw ford J..................................... .................... ....................
Craw ford. W .......... .....................................................................
Crowder. William............................. ......................................... Corporal.
C utts, 8 ............................................. ........................ ....................... Sergeant.
Cutt, ............................. ..............
E llard F .................................:.......... .................... ...... ....
E llis. J. G ........ ............................................... ........................
Elliott, William.................... ...............................................
Emmons, George W........................................ ...........
Faulk, Jam es..................................... ..................................
F ields. W H ............................................................ ...................
Gaskins, S. J............................................................ .............
G oodw in J....................................... ....................... ...................
G ipson, J. ..................... ........................................................
H all, W illiam ........ ...................................... ........................
H art. A .............................................. ............ ...... .................
H art. J............................................... ..................... ....................
H art, R ........ ................................................ ........................
H assell, F. M .................... .......................................
H em ,hill, S. L ................................. .................... ...................
H enderson, John G......................................... ........................
H ow ard, J. C .............................................................
Infinger, C ............. ..................... .........................................
J on J. .......... .... ................... ....................... ........................
Jordan A J..... ............................ ...................... ........................
K ennedy J.............................................................. .......................
Kennedy, William................... ... ... .............................
Landley, A B ...................... .................. ............................
Lasiter, A ................ ..................... ................. ........................
Lasiter, J............. .......................................... ........................
L ivingston, G J....................................................
Livingston S. J........ ................................... ........................
Lundy, W G .................................... .................. .....................
Lunsford, J. P ........ .......... ..............................................
Luns ford, W .................................. .......... ..... .................
McCaskill, W. C........................ ...................... Sergeant.
M iller H ............................................ ..................... ......................
M miller, R ........................... .............. .......... ..........
Miller, J. B........................................
Milton J. B.................................................:......
M oore, S. P ............................................................ ..................
M orrison, A ...................................... ................ .....................
Morrison, F......................................................................
Morrison, M............................... ..................
Pate, J......
Pate, N.............. .................... ...............
l'ipken, N........................................... ergeant.
R ed d ikher C ... ................. ....................... .......................

Roberson. S. B ....... ................... I...........
Sanks, G. M..... .................................
Sank. G. W.................................... ..................
Senterfit, M P ........ ........ ............ ...................... Corporal.
Stayner, D. H.................................................
Stavner, John..........................
Strickley, H ..................................... ...... .........




















282 SOLDIERS OF FLOOR DA.


Roll Company C-i5th Confederate Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

T rull, C P ......................................... ............ ........................
W eekley, Thom as ....... ...... ....... .... .................
W ilkerson, W ................................. ................. ........................
W ilson, A H .................................... ........................ .....................
W ilson. J...................... .... ..... .. ... ..............
Wise. H..... ..............................................__


Roll Company D-i 5th Confederate Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
J. B. Vaughn........................ ............. April '65
Ist Lleutenant--
John G arner........ ...................................... ........................
2nd Lieutenants-
W A M organ..... .................................... ........................
W P. R ice......... ..................... .............. ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
Walker A. Morgan................................... April '65 Promoted Lieutenant,
ENLISTED MEN.
Alien, D avid. ....... ..................... ................ ........................
A lien, W ......... ................................................ ........................
Barrow, Charles............................................ ........................
Barrow, J. V........... ...................... .............
B artow N ......................................... .... ............. ..... .. .. ...
B ow en, Joshua.................................................................................
Cameron, Archibald................... .......................
Cameron. Daniel..................... .......... ............
Campbell, Charles...... .......... ................
Cobb, A. J...................... .............. ...................
Cobb, B. W. F... ....................... May 2, '2 April '6
Cobb, F. H ......... ............ ......... May 2. '62 .... ................
Cobb, J. W ...................................... ................... .....................
C obb, T .... ........................ ........................ ........................
Cooper, H. .............................
Cooper, J. B .............. ....... ........ ............... .............. .. Sergeant
D oper, J. B .............. .... .... Sergeant.
Cooper, M P ...... ............. ............. ........... .....................
roin, L ..... ................ .. ...................... ........................
D aily, M ark................................. .................. .....................
D ennich. R H ................................ ................. .....................
Diamond, John C...................... .... April 18, '63 April '65
D iam ond. W illiam ....................... ............... ......................
D urden, J. F ............ ..... ... ................ ... ..... .........
Ellis. Green............. ........... ..... Sept. ..... ..........
Enterkin, William.................. ..... ................
Garner, W. J........... ......... ................ ....Corporal.
Glaze, E. H. ...... .. .............. .......................
G rim es, J. J.................................. ............................
Grubbs, Emanuel......... .............................
H all George .......................................... Corporal.
H am ilton Edwin....................... ... .............. .......................
Harrison, William .................................................
Henderson, William.............. .............................
Henderson, Robert..... .......... .........................
H obls, B T ..... ........................ ................ .......................
Holman, J. D .......................... ........................
Horton, Neil H ..... ............. .................. .......... ..
Houseman. G. .................... ..........
Huggins, Burt .............. ...........................
H uggins Jesse ..... ..................................... ......................
Jarragan, Columbus........................ ........... .................
arragan. Edward.......................... ...........
Jarragan, W. V.......... ..........
Johnson, Caleb A..............................
Johnson, F. C........ .............................. .. .................
Johnson. H N ............................ ............ ........ .. ......
Jones, Jam es L .............................. ........................ .................... Corporal.
Jones. John ...................
Jones, Josiah..................
Jones, L. A .... .......................................... Ist Sergeant.
Jones, Lew is.... ................ .......................................... .....
Knight, Benjamin..................................
I.mens, N..................................... ..............
Levins. J. L..................................... ........ .............
Lewis, Jam es................................... ..................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 283


Roll Company D-z5th Confederate Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

McDavid, James E...... .......................................
M cD avid, Joel E ..................................................................
McDavid, W. H..... ................................ May '65
McDavid, R. M...... .......................................... May '65
M cCardy, F. M ........................................................ ..................
M cCardy. G W ................................. ................. .......................
M cLeod, R oderick........................................... ........................
M cLeod, T H ........ ........................................ ........................
M axw ell, W D ...........................................................................
Milstenn. J. E....................................................... May '5
M organ, Sam uel.... .................... ........................ ........................
eely, Jam es............ ...................................... ...............
R ay S F ........................................ .................... ........................
R ener, R 1P ........... .................................... ......... ........................ Corporal.
Riera, Antony............................ ....... ........... M ay '65
Robinson, Alexander............................................ .............
Sheppard, E. R ............................... ....................... ........................ Sergeant.
Studivant, Mathew........................ May '62 May '5
Tourart, William........................ '61 May '65
Turner, R. H................................... ....................... May '65 Promoted Lieutenant Co. C.
Vickery, J. W ...................... ........ .......................................
W aters, J. L ............. ....................... .................. .......................
W aters, T ravis................................................................
W aters, W H ........................... ......... ....... ........................ Sergeant.
W atson. H enry.......................... .. ........... ........................
W hite, D rue.................................. ..................... ........................
White, Joseph................................ May 1, '62 April '65
Williams. E. B........................ ....................... .....
Wilson, Charles................................ .... ..........
W ilkerson. Daniel...................... .................. .. ..................... Sergeant.

Roll Company E-z5th Confederate Cavalry.



NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-

rst Lieutenant-
A. P. Feagin.........................................
2nd Lieutenants-
GC 1. I'errinot ......... .... .......... ...
W 'Townmend.................... .. ................ ............. .....
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLIRTED MEN.
Allen, W illiam W .................... ........................... ..................
A m os, J. W ............ ............................................ ..................... Sergeant.
Balland, J. H ........ ...................................... ........................
B lack H enry ........................................................... ........................
B lake, S H ............................................................... ........................
B row n, John..................................... ............................. .......
B utler, A H ..................................... .................... ....................
Cam pbell, C. E ................................ .............. .... .....................
C am pbell, D A ................................ .................. ........................
Cam bell, J. D ............................... .... .............. ..... ..........
Cam pbell, M alcolm ........................... ........................ ........................
Campbell, W. P.... .........................
Clem ents. J. M ................................. .................... ... ..... Cor oral.
Cobb. Francis M........................... My 10 '62 April '65
Conklin, J. L............................. .. ................. ........ ... ... Corporal.
Crain, Lewis.................................... Nov. 1 '62 April '65
D ean, R ichard................................. ..................... ..................
D ixon, C H ....................................... ................. ..............
Dixon, Francis................................................... ......
D ixon, H H ..............:..................... Sept. 17, '61 .......................
Dixon, W. J.....................................................
D rury, John................................... .............. ......... .. ....
D uncan, P eter.................................. ....................... ..................
E thridge. M W ........................................................ ..................
Feagin, H J.................................... ..................... ............. ..
F incher, Jam es.................................................... ..... .................
Finley, William.............................. ...............
Flem ing, J. E .................................................. ......... ......
Fleming. Robert P............................... .......................
Frater. John W ................... ........ ...... ........ .............. Corporal; acting Battalion Quartermaster; cap-
tured. Pine Barren Bridge, September. '64; Im.
nrisoned on Ship Island; paroled at Vicksburg,
F uqua. Jam es................................... ...... ...... ........ ............ 5.






















284 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-i5th Confederate Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

G reen, J. H ........................................................... .. ...................... Sergeant.
H enderson, J. G ................................... ............... .....................
Hendley, J. D.................. ........................
H ickm an, Berry ..... .................. ................ ........................
Jarvis, H B ...................................... ................... .......................
Jernigan, F... .............................. ...................... ..........
Jernigan, J. E.........
Jernigan, J. .................................................... ................ ......
Jernigan, M ark.............................. Aug. ........................
Jernigan, N rk .... ........ ...... ....................... ...........
Jernigan, B B...... ...................... ............. ........................
Johnson, ......... ................... ................... .......................
Johnson, J. A ...................... ........... ........... ...............
Johnson, W. J.... ......... .... ........................
Jones, M ......... .......................... .......
Jones, S. C..... ........ ...... ......................
K elly T.................... ............... .......................... ...
Kenedy, 11. T............... .............
Lewis, Frank... ................................ ........... ........ ..
Leonard, W A...... .............. ........................ ..... .....
Lewis, W H .. ............................................ ........................
McArthur, J. C....................................................................
McMillan, 1)..........................eted.......... .. ....................... leced to the Le re '64. and honorably
discharged.
M cR ae, L ....... ............................................................ .................. 1st Sergeant.
Malone. Ephriam...... ....... Sept. '2 April '65
M ann, J. W ........ .......................................... .......................
M marshall, Benjam in......................... .......... ........................
M ask, J. J............ ....................................................................... Sergeant.
M ason, N M ................... .. .................................... ............
Mayo, Fred B................................................... .......
M ayo, M ark....................................... ................ .... .... A pril '65
M il er,.T R ......................................................................................
M im s, D avid............................... ................ ... .............
M ints, J. J........ ............................................ ........................
Murphy, J. B........... ... ........... ........................
Nixon, Henry........................ ........................
O dum A J..... ......... ........................ .......................
Parker. E lisha........................ ..........................................
P arker, H T ..................... ...... .................... ...................
Parker, J. T ....................................... .................... ....................
Parker, N oah, Sr.......................................... ....................
Parker, Noah. Jr........... ... ......................
Parker, P. T.......... ......................
Parker, Sam uel....... .................. .... ........... .............
P'arker. W, H...:......................... ........................ .. ..........
I'arker, ..................................................... ........................
Peary, Jason.... .......... ..................... ..................
P eary W A ..................................... ........................ .......................
P itts, T J... .. ...............................................
R aybu rn G P ................................... ......................... .................. ......
Rayburn, G. P..... ...............
Rogers, J. F............................... ......... .................
Rugley, R. D
Simmons, J. II .*,.lI '' pril ,,
Sim m ons, Ieroy.......... ... ................... ........................
Skinner, H S....................................................... .... ................... Corporal.
Sowell, A J.......... .........................................
Spier, W T ......... ......................................... ......................
Stewart, John........ ...................................... ........................
Stewart, Sam uel ... ...................................... ........................
Stenson, S. ......... ....................................... ........................
Sunday, J. G..... .............................. ...
Sunday, J. W......................................
Thompson, Jeff..... ................ ..... ..................... ...
White, Andrew...... ................. .......................................
White, L........ ..................................... ..... April '65
W hitm ore. W illiam A ........................ ......... ........................
W iggins, G eorge.............................. ..........................................


Roll, Field and Staff-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
Colonel-
Lieutenant-Colonel-
George W. Scott......................... '62 '
Major-
William It. Milton...................... '02 '65




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 285


Roll, Field and Staff-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Surgeon-
W illiam J. Carroll........................................... ........................
Assistant-Surgeon-
Adjutant-
W P P illans.................................................. ........................
Sergeant-Major-
Quartermaster-
Commissary-
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
Commissary-Sergeant-
Chaplain-
Hospital Steward-



Roll Company A (Booth's Company)--th Florida Battalion Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
J. C. Booth........................... Aug. '62 May 19, '65 Promoted Captain to rank as such from July 20,
Ist Lieutenant- '04; order of Gen. S. Jones.
J. B. Barnes...................... Aug. 15, '62 May 19, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, to rank as such from
2nd Lieutenant-Sr- July 20. '64; order Gen. S. Jones.
W. McPherson........................... May 12, '63 May 19, '65 On scout May 2, '64, order Captain McElvy; pro-
moted Sr. 2nd Lieutenant July 20, '64, order of
and Lieutenant-Jr-- General Jones.
H. L. Johnson............................. Mch. 29, '04 May 19, '65 Promoted 2nd Leutenant Jr, by election Feb-
ENLISTED MEN. ruary 1, '65.
Baker, Rube V. M........................... Mch. 31, '64 May 19, '65
Barkley, Edgar R....................... Mch. 22, '65 May 19, '65
Barnes, Benjamin F.................Aug. 29. '62 May 19, '65
Bazmore, G. F............................... Nov. 1, '63 May 19, '65 Post courier January 14, '64, order Colonel Mont-
gomery.
Bell, George S............................. Mch. 6. '64 May 19, '65 In hospital at Marianna since March 27, '65, by
order S. Crews. Assistant-urgeon, P. A. C. S.
Bell, Stephen B-.......................... Ag. 26, '2 .................. 3rd Sergeant; sick furlough 30 days April 17, '64,
Ievis, Andrew J.......................... July 25, '63 May 19. '05 order General Jones.
Buie, James A................................. Aug. 5, '2 May 19, '65
Buie, Daniel C................................ Aug. 2, '64 May 19, '65 Detailed in artillery November 16, '64, order Cap-
tain W. H1. Milton
Bond. Thomas R.......................... Aug. 27. '62 My 19, '65 2nd Sergeant.
Bodiford, Wesly H........................Nov. 1, '63 May 19, '65 On scout May 2, '65. order Captain McElvy.
Burns. Thomas.............................. May 15, '63 May 19, '65
Bush, Henry............. .... Meh. 29, '64 May 19, '65
Butler. E. A..... ........ ...... April 25, '64 May 19, '65
Byrd, John A... ............ Nov. 1. '63 May 10, '65 Captured by enemy Decemberr 1, '65 (?4).
Ioles. J. II. R ............................... Mch. 21, '65 May 19, '65
Collins, Albert .............................. June 11, '63 May 19, '65 In Quartermaster's department April 18. '65 for
90 days, order General Jones.
Collins, Thomas............................... June 24, '.......................... Sick furlough 60 days, March 17. '65. order Gen-
Colson, James A............................... Dec. 21, '63 May 19, '65 eral Jones.
Chambliss, J. H.......................... Dec. 17. '63 May 19, '65 In Quartermaster's department March 13, '65, by
Dickson. E. H................................... April 25, '64 May 19, '5 order Captain McElvy.
Dickson, Marmaduke.................... Dec. 1, '63 May 19, '65
Dickson, William F....................... Mch. 3. '64 May 19, '65 On scout May 2. '65. order Captain McElvy.
Deakle, E. N.................................. Nov. 22, May 19. '65
Donalson. John E............................. April 22. '64 May 19, '65 Corporal.
Deason. Abram ................................. Ju.............. 26 .................... Absent without leave since May 2. '65.
Donaldson, W. 0........................... Mch. 27. '65 May 19, '65 Courier to Quincy. Fla., May 20. '65, order Cap-
Edwards, Augustus ......................... Aug. 5, '2 .................. tain McElvey.
Ildwards, Thomas J....................... Au. 5. '62 May 19, '65
EIlwards, Charles....................... Anril 22. '64 May 19. '65
Goodson, Rufus.... ................ May 8, '62 May 19. '65 Absent without leave since May 3, '65.
Glen. Owen S.................................. Aug. 5. ay 1 Farrier.
Goodson. Ishmeal........................... Feb. 26. '63 May 1, '5 In ho.,ital since July 16. '64, order L. Crews,
Gray. William V............................. April 27, '64 Ma 19. '5 Assistant-Surgeon P. A. C. S.
Green, John W................................. Aril 20. '65 Ma 19, '65
Gammon. W. P................................ Nov. 27. 63 May 19. '0























286 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A (Booth's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.

(CoNTINUED.)




MUNTIERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Goodson, Madison......................... May 8, '62 May 19, '65 Detailed in artillery November 16, '65, order Cap-
tain Milton.
Goodson, Labon............................... May 8, '62 May 19, '65 Post courier July 31, '63, order Colonel Mont-
gomery.
Harper, John................................... Au 7, '2 .................. Sergeant.
Hollis, Isaac.................................... July 25, '3 .....................Captured by the enemy March 20, '65, and since
paroled.
Horn, Augustus B......................... Nov. 23, '63 May 19, '65 Detailed in artillery November 16, '65, order Cap-
Hudspeth, Joel A............................. Jan. 1, '64 May 19, '65 tain Milton.
Hawkins. Charles E......... .......... Mch. 17, '4 ........................ Post Clerk May 15,'64, order Colonel Montgomery.
Hearn, James E.................... Feb. 28, '64 May 19, '65 In Quartermaster's department 60 days March
Hearn, Robert A....................... July 25, '63 May 19, '65 26, '65, order Gen. Sam Jones.
Hollis, Charles............................ July 25, '63 ....... ....Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled.
Hartsfield, H. M............................ Nov. 24, '64 May 19, '65
Johnson, Green B............................. May 18, '63 .................. Corporal; captured by enemy March 20, '65; since
paroled.
Johnson, H. L...................................Mch. 20, '64................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Jr., by election. Feb-
ruary 1, '65.
Knapp. W. Henry.................. Feb. 24, '64 May 19, '65 Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled.
Long, R. Cicero ........................... April 22, '64 ........................ In hospital at Marianna since May 3, '65. order
Logan, William H..................... Nov. 1, '63 May 19, '65 L. Crews, P. A. C. 8.
McGee, Moses...................................Nov. 1, '63 May 19, '65 In hospital October 22, '63, order Assistant-Sur-
geon L. Crews.
McKay, J. F. E..... ............... May 18, '63 ....... Sergeant- in hospital at Marianna April 22, '64,
McKenzie, J. C................................. Sept. 4, '63 May 19, '65 order L. Crews, Assistant-Surgeon, P. A. C. S.
Mercer, James W .... ....... Aug. 28, '63 May 10, '65
Mathews, Moses G..................... July 30, '63 May 10, '65 Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled.
McLeroy, J. E................................. April 27, '64 May 10 '65
Peacock, James K............................ May 17 '63 May 10 '05
Peacock, S. F............................. Nov. 1, '63 May 10, '65
Pearre, E. E................................... Oct. 23, '63 May 10, '65 On scout May 3, '65, order Captain McElvey.
Pearre, John D............................... Oct. 23, '63 May 10, '65 On scout May 3, '65, order Captain MeElvey.
Pender, Robert R......................... April 27, '64 May 10, '65
Pittman, Jones M........ ............. Nov. 1, '63 ...........Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled.
Parks, John.... .................... June 25, '64 May 10 '65
Parker, Moses........Nov. '63................. ... ... Detail of five days May 2, '65, by order Captain
Rodgters. W. A.......................... Nov. 18, '64 May 10 '65 McElvey.
Stapleton, Thomas L................. Nov. 1, '63 May 10, '65
Stephens. John M......................... Oct. 5, '63 ........................In homsital December 19, '64, order L. Crews,
Strickand, W. CG............................ ug. 5, '02 May 10. '65 Assistant-Surgeon. P. A. C. S.
Strickland. B. F................................ Aug. 5, '62 .................. Detail of five days May 1, '65, by order Captain
McElvey.
Strickland. II. I........................ ..............July 3, ...... Absent without leave since March 15, '65.
Sullivan, S. N......................... Mch. 16, '62 May 10. '65
Skiner, Arthur M ............. ......... Nov. '63 .................. Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled.
Smith, J. It. ..................................... Nov. 1, '3 .................. Corporal.
Thomas, Louis S............................. Dec. 7, '63 May 10, '65 Sick furlough 60 days, April 25, '65, order Gen.
Taylor, Jesse W............................. Mch. 26, '64 May 10, '65 Sam Jones,
Ward, John J.............................ept. 10, '63 ................... Absent without leave since April 28, '65.
West, Isaac W................................ Nov. 1, '63 May 10, '65 Detailed in hospital April 4, '65 90 days, order
Gen. Sam Jones.
West, Joseph M............................. Feb. 15. '63 May 10, '65 In Quartermaster's department June 13, '63, order
Whitington, J. W............................ Sept. 8, '63 May 10, '65 Colonel Monteomery.
Whitington, L. D......................... Sept. 8, '63 ........................ Detailed to civil authority September 18, '64, or-
der Colonel Montgomery.
Wood. Almerine J......................... Mh. 15, '63 May 10, '65 Corroral.
Whitchead, Amos ......................... Mch. 18, '64 ......... ......... Detailed in Medical Department 00 days Septem-
ber 19, '64, order General Jackson.
Williams, Berry............................. Sept. 17, '63 May 10, '65 In Quartermaster's Department 60 days March
25. 65. order General Jones.
Williams, W. M. A.......................... Jan. 3, '65 May 10, '65 Detailed courier to Chattahoochee May 3, '65, by
Wood, Jesse C................................... Oct. 1, '64 May 10, '65 order Captain MeElvey.
DIED.
Deese, Jackson............................... Nov. 1, '63 ....................... Died in hospital at Marianna, Fla., February 18,
'6".
Pickle. John D .......................... May 24, '63 ....... ........... Did December 20. '64.
Stovell. Frank M........................ an. 25, '64 ................. Killed by enemy March 23. '65.
I*ESEHTI';D.
Burkett, John.............................. Nov. 1, ..........Deserted January 14, '65.
Dell. Maxev M ........................... Nov. 1, '6 .... .............. Deserted February 15. '65.
Fleming. William W......... ........ Sent. 8. '63 ............ Deseed May 2, '65.
Hare. Lit ttleerry........................... u. 5, '62 ................. Deserted January 7. '65.
Hutcherron, D. L............................ tu. 9, '63 .................. Deserted M.y 2, '65.
Kingerv. Br'an M....................... Nv 1 '63 ........................ Deserted March 8. '65.
Lind. John R ............................., ........ nt. 10, '62 ....... ... Dese tnd March 15. '65.
Mathews, E. T................................ Dec. 13, '63........................ Deserted January 4, '65.
Thin comnnnv was ,"nroled at Marianna, Florida,
Mav 10. '65. by W. II. Milton, commanding the
battalion.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 287


Roll Company B-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
A. C. Smith............................. Mch. 7, '63 .... ................
1st Lieutenant-
A. W. Smith................................. M 7, 63 ....
2nd Lieutenant-
H. H. Love ....................................................... ............. Assigned to duty by order of Maj.-Gen. Sam Jones
ENLISTED MEN. April 17, '65.
Alderman. Asa...... .......... Mch. 5, '62 ...................... Ordered to Quincy hospital about January 12, '65.
Armstrong,J..... ...................... Oct. 30, '3 .... ................
Byrd, A...... Aug. 4 ........ Ag '63 ............u 4, ............ Absent without leave since February 12, '65.
Barber, W illiam ................................................ ........................
Blount, J. R..................... .............Sept. 30, '63 ........................ Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 30, '65.
Bryan J. L............... ..................Aug. 15, '63 ........................ Absent without leave since some time in Septem-
Cowin, J. A.......................... 7.. Mch. 7 '63 .... ... er, '65
Collins, T. H......... ...... .... April 8, '65 ................ Corporal; absent with sick leave.
Clark, A. E...... ..................... Mch. 7 '63 ....... ........... Absent without leave since April 15, '65.
Clark J. J.......... ..............April 1, 64 ........................ Absent without leave since April 15, '65.
Cox, W E .................. 7, '63 ..... ...............
Chason, J ....... ........... .... July 10, 63 ...........
Crockett. James......... ..... uly 13. '63 ....... ..... Sergeant: furloughed for 30 days from April 28.'65.
Chason, T. J.................. 1 63................... M 1 63 ................. Furlough five days from April 28, '65.
Campbell, W. M.......................... Aug. 10, '63 .................. Absent without leave since April 25. '65.
Campbell, G. D............................ May 15, '63 .......... ........
Chester, ......... .............. .................
Collins, G. R............. .... ept. 20, '64........................ Ordered to Quincy hospital some time in Decem-
ber, '64.
Conner, James............................... Mch. 7, '63 ........................ Furloughed for ten days from April 28, '65.
Dagger. J. F ................... .................... ........................
Elkns, H.................... ...... Mch. 7, '63 ................... Absent since January 21, '65.
Edwards, W ............................. Mch. 7. '63 ................... Absent since March 8, '65.
Edwards, ..... .... .... ch. 7. '63 ..............
Edwards, H. G......................Mch. 7 '63........................ Ordered before a Medical Examining Board for a
discharge.
Edwards, C................................ ay 8, '4 ...................... Absent without leave since December 23, '64.
Freem an, R. L................. ............... Oct. 10 '63.... .......
Folks. W ......... ..... .................. .................... ........................
Forehand, L............. ..... April 4, '63 .................... Absent without leave since March 5, '65.
Faircloth D... ........ ........ July 8, '63 .................. Absent without leave since March 5, '65.
Gatlins, William........... ................ ...............
Gottin, W. B................... July 27, 63 ....................
Gregory, E. H ..... ............. June 5, '63 .................. Sergeant.
Hardin, A............... ........ ch. 7, '65 .................... Ordered to Quincy hospital November 28, '64.
Hardin, J. F....... ................................ Absent on sick furlough 15 days from May 1, '65.
Harrison, B....................................... July 14, '63 ........................ Absent without leave since April 29 '65.
Hare, J ...... ............... ..... July 13, '63 .... ................
Hare, W......................... June 22, '63....................... Absent without leave since December 24. '64.
H endry, R W .............. .... .... ............ .. ..... ................
Hents W illiam ......... ... .......... .....................
Hubbard, H. ... ......... .... Mch. 7, '63 ...........
Ingram, W. I................................ Mch. 7. '63 ............ Ordered to Tallahassee hospital.
Inm an, J. E .............. .. ................... M ch. 7, '63 ..........
Johnson, G. F..................... Mch. 7, '65 ........
Johnson, A. J..... ........... MayI 8, 64 ..... .... Absent without leave since December 23, '64.
Johnson, Neal................................ Mcn. 7, 63 ........................ Absent without leave since December 26, '64.
Lang, W. R....... .............................
Logan, DI....... .. .... June 10, '63 ........ .......
Langston, J. B.... ............. July 15, '63 ...............
Linear, A. ..................... .... 25 '6 .................. Absent without leave since January 21, '65.
Lockey, Joseph B........................................
Mercer, (Ieorge F................... ... ........ .................
M e ser, ............... .............. ........ M ch. 7, ....... ...........
M esser, .............................. .. July 9 3 ... ........
Messer, Z. T ................................. Dec. 20, '64 ............. ...... Absent without leave since May 2, '65.
M ichaux. J. T ............... ................ .................................
Miller, J. W ........................ .......... Mch. 7, '63 ........................ Absent without leave since April 16, '65.
Miller, A. J..................................... Mch. 7, '63 ........... Absent without leave since April 29, '65.
Miller, J. M................... ..... Mch. 7, '63 .... ... Absent without leave since January 14, '65.
McDonald, A. D............... .......... Mch. 10, '63.... ... Ordered to Quincy hospital March 15, '65.
McPhaul. Alexander....... .....M Mch. 7, ...........Sergeant.
McClellan, ....... ............ Aug. 6, '6....... ..... Absent without leave since December 22. '64.
McKown, J. F........... .................... Ja ...........
McCall, James W......................... Mch. 7, '63 ..................ergeant.
M c lroy, A .................................. .. .............. ...................
Mel)onald. I. A........................... June 30, .................. Corporal.
Nixon, J. M..................... .. Aug. 20, '63 ...... ...... Captured by the enemy at Rice's Bluff January
Owens, M. B .................... ................ ............ ..... .. ... 2 '65.
Peacock, Frank...................... ..............
Peebles, W. T....... ...... ....... Mch. 7, '63 ................. Detailed in Quartermaster's Department at Quin-
Pearson, J. W............ .....Mch. 1, '63............ ... 1, cy, Fla.
Pittm an, O W ............................................. ........ ..................
Pitts, D.......... ............. Mch. 7, '63... ......
Popell, J. W....... ...... ... Mh. 7. '3 ........... ....... Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 30, '65.
P y le. E H ...............................................................




















268 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

R eichert. Christopher......................................... ........................
Renew, J....................................... April 15, 63 ........................ Absent without leave since January 14, '65.
Rogers, Henry............................. April '2 ......... Absent without leave since April 29, '65.
Silas, J......................l...... h. 7, '63 ............ Absent without leave since April 9, '65.
Shephard..................................... May 1. '63 ............ Corporal.
Shuler, T. P.......................... Oct. 10, '03 .............. Corporal.
Shuler, W. E ..................................................................
Smith H. .......................... ... Mh. 7 ............M .......... Ordered to Quincy hospital March 2, '65.
Smith, Mut...................... April 1 ........................ Absent without leave since December 25, '64.
Smith, J. ....................................... i .................. Absent without leave since December 25, '64.
Sweet. B. S .......................... h. 7 '63.....Detailed in Assistant-Quartermaster's Depart-
Swiley, S.......................................... Mch. 7, '63 ....... ....Detailed to make (Slaies) at Quincy.
ment at Chattahoochee, Fla.
Stokes, J. M............. ..... Mch. 7, ........................... Absent without leave since March 1. '65.
Stokes, H...................................Mch. 7, 63 ............Absent without leave since October 11. '64.
Swicord, ....................................... Sept. 5, '64 ....................... Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 28, '65.
Tharp, J. A.............................. Mch.7, '63 ..................Absent without leave since May 3, '65.
Turner, A........... ..... .... July 10, '3 ..Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 23, '65.
Ventry, C. H............. ......... Mh. 7, .......
Weeks. J.................................... Mch. 7 '63 .................. Absent without leave since January 1, '65.
W illiam s, J...................................... M ch. 7. '63 .... .......
Watson, B. F.............................. Mch. 7, '63 ....................... 1st Lieutenant; dropped from the roll by order of
the Military Examining Board January 18, '65.
Scott, Leonadis................................. ch. 7 '3 ..................... 2nd Lieutenant; dropped from the roll by order
of the Military Examining Board January 18,
_____ '65.


Roll Company C-sth Florida Battalion Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
D W G wynn................................ M ch. 5, 2 ........................
Ist Lieutenant-
E. A H art.............................. .. M ch. 5, '62 .... ...............
2nd Lieutenants-
R E. Lester............................... M ch. 5, '62 ... .................
E. W. Burroughs.......................... Jan. 21, '63..........
ENLISTED MEN.
Alien. W illiam H1.............................. ........ .... April '
Anders, J. A...... ........................... Mch. 5, '2 ... ..... ......... Sergeant.
Bradford, W. M..................... ... Mch. 5, '2 ...........
Bond, W L.................... ................. Jan. 18 '64 ...
Bond, E................... ..................... M ch. 5, '2 ... ........
B illingsley, A ....... ................... .... ................... .....................
Billingsley, J. ............. ... Mch. 17 '62 ...................
B urns. M .......................... ... April 1 '6 ... ................
Blalock. W H ........................... ...... Mch. 8, '2 .... ...............
Braswell, J. W................................. Jun 16, ... .....
Croom G. A.................................... Oct. 13, '63 ... ................
Croom, A. C................................Mch. 5 '62 .............
Coleman. W. K.... .......... ............. April 12, '62
Crowder, A. H....................... ..... Mch. 5, '62 ... .................
Crowder, R. H.................................. April 12, 2 ....
Cam J..... ....................... ..... Feb. 3, '64 ... .................
Chairs, Benjamin........ ... Feb. 19, '65 .......................
D aniell, Robert ................... ....... .................
Dennis. G. E.......................... .......... Feb. 4 ...
Denham, W..................................... Oct. 1, '62 ....... .... Sergeant.
Denham, James S.............................. June 19, '63 ....... ...Sergeant.
D ugger, J. ................................ ......................................
D ykes. H K ................... .............. D ec. 1. '63 .... ................
E llis, W ............................................ N ov 11 '62 ... ...........
Edwards. C. G................t .............. Oct 9, 64
Fletcher, J. M...... ...................... Mch. 5, '62...........
Fletcher. M. N....................... Mch. 5, '62... ........
Fletcher, Richard.... ................................
Finklcn, A J................................. M ch. 5, '62 ... .................
G regory, H C................ .... .......... 5, 2 .. ............
G reen, F. T ................................. ..... Aue. 1 '63 .... ................
G ray, J ................................. .. A ug. 1, .... ...............
Humphries, J. II............................Mh.5,
Hart. B. F........ ........ .. ... June 24, '62 ............
H ines. W W ........................................ .. .... .. .......................
H unt E ............................................ A ug. 25 '63 .. ............




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 289


Roll Company C-5th Florida .BattalionlCavalry.
(CONTIxNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Harris, W......................... April 9, '62 ....................
Harris, W. W....... ... ..... May 30, '63 ....................
Hall, T. T...... .. .......... July 14, '64 .... ..............
Horn, C. J...... ................... Mch. 25, '65 ....................
Joyner, B. H ........... ...... .. M ch.. '62 ..... ...............
Johnson, B. W............................ Aug. 7, 63 ............... Corporal.
Kindon, G. A.............................. Mch. 5, '62...........
K oker, T J............ ................... ................. ......................
Laing, W. E................................ Mch. 5, 62....................
Laing, T. J...................................... Mch. 5, '62 ........................
Lash, C ................... .......................... an. 19, '64 ........................
Lester F .................................. ch. 5, '62 ....... .............
Long, C....................... .............. May 23, '63 ..................
Murray, W. A........................ Jan. 23, '64....... .... Bugler.
McCook, P. H.................. ...... Sept. 1, '62 ............. Wounded at Natural Bridge.
Mash, H. T... ........ .... Mh. 5, '64 ....................
M ash, J. J.......................................... M ch. 5, '64 .... ................
M ash, M M .................................. Jan. 20, '5 .... ................
Mathews, .................................. April 9, '62 ....................
Matheson, J. .................................. Mch. 2 '62...........
McIntosh, Bert......... .............May 3, 62.. ...........
Owens, T. W......................................Mch. 5, 62...........
Paramore, R. W.......................... Mch. 5, '62 ...........
Russell, J. B................................ Aug. 1, '63 ....................
Raker, Thomas....... ...... ..... Feb. 27 '64 ....................
Raysor, George............................ Jan. 29, '64 ...................... Corporal.
Raker, M ...... ......................... July 1, '63 ... ............
Rhodes E.................................... April 16, '63 ....................
Raysor, A..... ............................. Aug. 30, '64 .... ................
Raines, R ............................... ....... ... April 26, '64 ....... ...........
Shelfer, George............................... Mch. 5, '82 ...... ............ Sergeant.
Shelter, H enry M .......... ................... ................ ................
Strom an, J. L................................... A pril 19, '62 .... ................
Shelfer, Joseph J...................... J uly 15, '62 .............
Shelter, W. H.... .... .... Mch. 5, '62 ....................
Spears, W. ..... ...................... April 12, '2 ... ............
Saunders, W. T...... .. ....... Aug. 1, '63 ....................
Swearingen, T. F............................ Jan. 30, '64 .................
Stony, I.......................................... Jan. 31, '64 .... ................
Sturgess, ...... ..... ... .... Aug. 18, '63 ....................
Simkins, T. B............................... Oct. 13, '63 ................. Corporal.
Sills, John C................................ Feb. 14, '64 .... ............
Sills, W............................... .... June 8, '64 ....................
Smallwood, F.................... ..........Feb. 10, '65 ....................
Sylvester, R ......................................................... ..................
Turnbull, Theo................................ Jan. 30, '64 ..................
Tatum, T. P............................ April 10, '62 ....................
Watson J. H......... ........ Mch. 5, '62 ......................
Watkin., J. J........ ........... .........Aug. 1 '63............ Corporal.
W atson, J. J..................- ............... April 19, '2 .. .. ...........
Wodward, W. W.......................... April 10, '62 .................
W oodward, A L....... ...................... M ch. 5, '62 ........................
W ilson, B D ................................... D ec. 8 '62 ........................
W hitley, J....................................... June 15, 3 .... ................
Whitfield, R. B................................ Jan. 28, '64 .... ......
Whitfield. R. A...................... ........... Aug. 1, '63 .... ......
Wethington, J. Q................. ...... Sept. 16, 63..... .....
Wyche, Thomas............................. July 25 '64 ....................
W hitehurst J. J................................Nov. 25, '64 ......................


Roll Company D-sth Florida Battalion Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS
Captain-
L G M cE lvy. ................................ ........................ .............. ...
Ist Lieutenant-
Leegar................................. ..........................................................
2nd Lieutenant-
Donald W. Nicholson.......................................... May '65 Promoted Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
G. B. Mills.............. ...... ............... May '65 Promoted Lieutenant; resigned.
J. C. Walker....................... ............ ..................
ENLISTED MEN.
Ball, Green........................ ................
Burns, Thomas L.............................. Au. 15, '64..............





















290 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Chester, F. J............ ................ Aug. 15, '63 May 12 '65
Chester, G. L.....................................
Dykes, J. T ........ ................. ...............
Ferrell, D. G.......................... Aug. 1, '03 ...........
Laing, Earley E...... ..... ..................... ...........
Lang, Elbert H..... ...................... Aug. 22, '63 .... ................
McElroy, A. B ......... ......................... May 12, '65
M unroe, Thom as F........... .............................. ........................
M ills, J. ............................................................ ............... ....
O w ens. J. M ........................................ .................... ....................
Sealey, H. ................................ Jan. '65 May 15, '65
Sealey, J. ....................... .............. ..................... May 15, '65
Sealey, J. J.......... ......... ....................... May 15, '65
Sealey, Stephen ...... ......................... .... Promoted Corporal; died at Lake City January,'64
Shaw A W ........................................ ........................ ........................ from disease.
Shaw, J. K.................................. ......... May 15, '65
Shelfer, H. M............................... ........ May '65
Stokes, Joshua............................................. .. May '65
Vanlandingham. James E................ Sept. '63 May 12, '65
Wilder. E. H................................ Mch. '62 May '65 Wounded in left leg.


Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
William A. Jeter............................ Sept. 15, '63 May 10, '65 February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain

McElvey.
Ist Lieutenant-
Reuben L. Harrison........................................... May 10, '65 Captured by United States forces January 17, '65.
2nd Lieutenant- *
Hiram W. Pickett...................... April 1, '62 May 10, '65 Senior Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
R E. Lester ...... .................................... ........................
John H. Glenn.............................. Mch. 10, '62 May 10, '65
ENLISTED MEN.
Baker, Robert G................................ ch. 10, '62 .................. Sergeant.
Baker Andrew J.............................. Aug. 5, '62 .................. May 3. '65, absent without leave.
Baker. Morgan B .................... Jan. 1, '63 .......................Jananuary 17, '5, captured by United States forces.
Barber, Columbus C................... Mch. 24 '64 ..................... January 17, '65, captured by United States forces,
Barnes, Newton R.......................... April 26. '64 ........................ November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Bolin, William............................... April 10, '62 ....................... November 30. '65. captured by U. 8. forces.
Bracken, Simeon............................. Sept. 14. '64 ........................February 19, '65. absent without leave.
Brookins, J. L,.... ...... ..................... .......
Brown, Joseph.................................. De. 7, '4 ..................... January 17, '65, captured by United States forces.
Bruner, Joshua............................ Feb. 15, '65 ..................
B urke. John.................................... ..................... ...................
Burnett, Z.......................................... eb 5 .................. 1...... February 11, '65, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Coston, James M.............................. Nov. 18. '64 ..................February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
MeElvey.
Chambliss. Ira P............................. Jan. 20, '65 ...................... May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Chambliss, George W ...................... Mch. 26. '65 ..................
Corbitt, Thomas Nichols.................. .... .............
Corbin, Samuel ................................. April 29, '65 ........................ May 4, '65, absent without leave.
Courtney, W illiam ........................................ .......................
Davidson, Columbus H ............. July 1, '63 ...................... May 1, '65, absent without leave.
Dennis, John W................................ Mch. 4, '63 ............Corporal.
Durdin, John................................ Jan. 1 '63 May 19, '65 Farier.
Durdin John Jr........................... ....Sept. 8, '62 May 19, '65 May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Durdin. Wiley ................................ Sept. 8. '62 May 19, '65
Deal Wiley B .................................. Aug. 15 '63 May 19, '65 November 16,'64, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Dauzht-ey. Robert M...................... Oct. 12. '64 ................... April 17, '65, absent without leave.
Edenfield, B. F.................................. Sept. 8, '62 ............ February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain

McElvey.
Edenfield. W. M.......................... Aux. 11. '62 May 19 '65 May 5.'65. absent without leanve.
Fowler. Lawson H........ ............. Oct. 1. '62 ............ january 17, '65, captured by United States forces.
Forrester. Joseph D.................... Nov. 8, '63........ ... February 12, '65, absent without leave.
Gilbert. Thomas G............................ April 24, '64 May 19, '65 November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Iorne. Lewis........................ Aug. 5, '62 May 1, '65
Heath. Madison T........................ Feb. 1. '64 May 19, '65 April 21. '65, on 15 days furlough order of General
Sam Jones.
Howard. A. J.................................... May 1 '3 ........................ January 17. '65,captured by United States forces,




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 291

Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CpNTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Howard, Joshua................. .......... Oct. 1, '63 ....................... July 0. '64, detailed in Sub Department order of
I Ithe Secretary of War.
Hudson, Herbert............ .......... Mchb. 10, '62 ................... January 17, '65, captured by UnitedStates forces.
Humphries, John W........ .......... Sept. 6, '62 ................. April 10, '65, absent without leave.
Hents, William............................... April 10, '62 May 10, '65 November 5, '64, on detached duty order of Cap-
Stain Milton. (Sergeant).
Home Chalmers D.......................... Aug. 1, '6 May 10, '65 Corporal.
Humphries. Joel C......................... Sept. 6, '62 ............. April 20, '65, absent without leave.
Ham cek, W L................................. Sept 25, '64 ...........
Hamick, C. C................................ May 1, '65 .... ............
Hinson, B. A.................. ...............Aug. 11 ........ '6 .. ..........May 3, '5. absent without leave.
Hathcock, Daniel............ ......... Dec. 7, '64 ..................... January 17, '64, captured by United States forces.
lordan, James C..................... ch. 10, '62 May 19, '65
Johnson L. C............................ ug. 25, '4 ........................ May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Jenkins, Robert N.............. une 11......... ....... ........ May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Jones, B. E................................... Sept. 15, '64 May 10, '65
Jones, Amos L.............................. n. 15, '65 .................... February 7 '65, detached duty order of Captain
MeElvey.
Kirkland, Art............................ Jan. 4, '64 .... ............ February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Kent, Alexander............................... April 20, '64 May 10, '65 February 7, '65 detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Kent, Burris...................................... Jan. 1, '63 May 10, '65 February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
MeElvey.
Kinney S............ ... .... Oct. 15, '6 ............... January 17, captured by United States forces.
Lawrence, Joseph........................ Mch. 10. '6 .................. January 17. captured by United States forces.
Lawrence. Joseph Jr.............. .... April 21, '63 ................. January 17, '05. captured by United States forces.
Lander. Charles D ...... ...... Aug. 8, '63 May 10, '65 May 5, '65, absent without leave.
Lipford, John H.......... y '........................ November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Littlefield. John EI.................... May 1, O63........................ My 1, '5, absent without leave.
McCleland, John L. M....................... Oct. 1, '62 Sereint; captured January 17, '65, by Unitel
States forces.
McCleland, James M............ ... May 1 ........................ February 25. '65, absent; sick.
Mixon, Aris...... ... .......... .ept. 1, '64 ......... ....r....... rLcr 16, '64 d ta(hed duty order Captain
Milton.
M ercer, Jam es W ...........................................................................
Mercer. Asa................. ...... Oct. 1. '63 .................... February 7, '65. detached duty order of Captain
Moore, Charles E.............. ..... June 1,'64 .................. MElvey.
M oore, D aniel T .................................... ............... .....................
eel, W H ..................... ........... ...................... ....................
Perkins. William B............................ July 1. '63 May 10, '65 May 2 '65. absent without leave.
Patton. George A.......... .............. Mch. 10, '2 ........ .... Corporal.
Perkins, Isaac....................... ..... Mch. 16, '64 May 10, '65 November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Perkins. J. 8............ ........ ... .......... ..................................
Petry, William........................... Feb. 15, '05 May I), '6i February 15, '05, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Rhnimes, Nathan............................. Apr 10, '62 ....................... January 17, 65, captured by United States forces.
Richards. George W....................... Mch. 1, '3 ....................... March 4, '5, absent without leave.
R oche, Joel..................................... ................. ......................
R oche. N B ............................................... ........................
Skelton, W illiam ..................................... ........... ... ........
Sketo, William................................................. ......
Skipper. Edward B.......................... Aug. 15, '63 May 10, 65
Silas Thomas A............. Mch. 10, 62 ........................ january 17,'65 captured by United States forces.
Scoorlock, Walter L.................. Jan. Jan. '64 .......... ....... May 3, '05, absent without leave (Sergeant).
Sexton Friley B.......................... May 1, '3 May 10, '85 May 3, '65. absent without leave; Corporal.
Smith James M..................... ..... pril 1, '62 .... ......... february 7, '65. detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Smith, John L.............................. ....................... February 7, '65. detached duty order of Captain
ME:lvey.
Smith, Robert R............ Mch. 10 ........................ April 20, '65 detached order of Captain McElvey.
heler Levi................................... ...May 20, ........January 17, '65, detached duty order of Captain
Milton.
Scurlock, Henry F........................... Feb. 20 '64 ........ ... February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Spikes, Hea .................................... Aug. 25, '6 ..................... February 4, '65, absent without leave.
Striplin. Elisha............................. Feb. 1, '4 ...... ............ May 3, 65 absent without leave.
Searsay, W A................................... Nov. 25, '64 ..................... May 1, '65, absent without leave.
Tindel, Green...............................Sept. 15, '64 May 10, '65
Traylor, Moses................................. May 2 ': May 10, '65 May 2, '65, absent without leave.
Taylor, Robert J........................ Aug. 2, '62 .................... lulackmith.
Tomberlin James..........................Aug. '... ....... May 1, '65, detached duty order CaptainjMcEI-
vey; Corporal. t
Traylor, John M............................... May 8, '64 May 10, '65 February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Traylor, Champion, T................. Aug. 18, '84 May 10, '65 May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Trotter, W. W.................. .........Nov. 10, '63.... ....July 9, '64, detailed in Subsistence Department.
order Secretary of War.
Thompson Nelson........................... June 1, '64 ....... .... March 7, '65, absent without leave.
Taylor. James............................. Nov. 10, '64 ............ March 23. '65, absent without leave.
Williams, James............................. Aug. 8 '3 ............ July 17, '4, captured by United States forces.




















292 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CoNTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Whiddon, Alexander ..................... Jan. 5, '64 ...................
Witherington, F. M ................ Oct. 1, '62. ... ..... April 15, '65, absent without leave.
White, Marion J............................ Feb. 1, '64.... .....February 7, '65, detailed duty order of Captain
McElvey.
White, Lewis.................................. Sept. 4, '64 ....................... February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain
McElvey.
Watford, John W.......................... Feb. 7, '64 ................ May 3, '65, absent without leave.
Watford, Perry .......................... July 29 '64........ ....April 15, '65, absent without leave.
Watson, B. F........... .....Feb. 2, '65...... .....March 25, '65, detached duty order of Captain
Woods, A. J..... ........................ Feb. 2, '65 .................. McElvey.
This company was paroled at Marianna, Florida.
May 10 '65, by Maj. W. 11. Milton, command-
ing the battalion.


Roll Company F (A. J. Dozier's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMABRS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
A. J. Doier................May 15, '62 .....................
Ist Lieutenant-
R. J. Mays............................... Aug. 20, '63 .... ................
and Lieutenants-
E. E. Whitner....................... May 17, '63 ...................
H. C. Croom........................... Feb. '62 .... ...........
ENLISTED MEN
Barclay Thad............................. Mch. 22, '62 .................
Barineau, J. C............... .............. ...................
Barwick, J. ...... ................. Aug. 4, '63 ...................
Bennett, W. H........ ................... Nov. 19 '63...........
Bishop, Joseph ............................. April 9, '62 .... ...........
Blanton, D. F............ ........... May 6, '62 .... ...........
Boon, Joel............................ June 20, '64 .... ...........
Boyd, R. A ................ Feb. 21, 65 .... ...........
Bryant. A. D ........................... Nov. 19, '63 ...........
Carlton, J. P ........ .......... ............. April 28, '62 ...........
Carlton. Thomas T........................ June 26, '62 ........................ Promoted Captain.
Cameron, W. J................ Aug. 14, '3 ......... ......Corporal.
Carlton, T. ............................... Nov. 4, ... ........
C one. W R ...................................... ................... ...............
D aniel. B F... .. ........................................... ........................
Dial. W A ............. .................. .......... M h. 5 '63 .... ...............
Elliott. R K ...................... ......... M ch. 13, '63 ... ................
Espy. Joseph..... ............ .......... Aug. 20, '63 .... ................
Florrid, Lewis.............................................
Fountain. W. ..... ........................................... Died at home in Taylor county November 4, '64.
Geiger Allen.... ............. .... April 12 '4 .... .......
Geiger, Noah........... .... .... April 12, '4 ....... ....
G rim m er. D ........................ ......... M ch. 1, 2 .... .......
Griffin. W. )........................... Mch. 1, '62 ..................Sergeant.
Grubbs, W H ..................... .......... A pril 29. '2 ... ........
Hamilton, T. A.......... ...... Sept. 26, '62...........
H am ilton. J..... ....................... Oct. 7 '64 .... ...........
Hendry, R. W........................ April 20, '62 ...........
Holton. Christopher...................Nov. 7, '63 ............ i back injured by being thrown from a horse.
Lam b, Q N ........................... .... Au 16, '63 .... .......
Lamb. Thomas........................ Nov. 16, '63...........
Loper, Curtis..... ........ ......... Mch. 8 '62.... .......
Lundy. Thad................................... April 29, '62 .... ...........
Lewis. Thom as................................ Nov. 9, '63 .... ...........
M ays, J. S.... ......................... Jan. 27, '65 ... ...........
Mays. S. P............................ Feb. 6 '65 .................. Sergeant.
Morse. John R....... ......................... ch. 12,'62 ............ Corporal.
McCullers. M. R............... Sept. 21 '64 ...........
O'Quiin, A. M ...................... Apl 2, ... Ari29 '62 ........
O'Neal. John W........... .... April 10, '62.................. Sergeant.
Perry, Porter..................................... A ug. 14, '63 .... ...............
Reichert. C. F.................. .....Nov. '63.... ...........
Register, G. F................................ uly 31, '63.... .......
Sap, John................................. ............. .......... Died at home in Wakula county, October 25, '64.
Saxon. H. O.......... ...........................
Shep, rd. R C........ .............................. ..... .......... ......
r:,r ll v, Richard ........................... M h. 19, 62 .......................
Starr. Tho rna ................................... Aus. 14 '3 ........ ..........





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 293


Roll Company F (A. J. Dozier's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CoNTIrNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tabb, W. A..... .................. Mch. 12, '2 April '65 Corporal; transferred in '63 to Co. F. 5th Battalion
Tatem, J. D...... ...... .....Mch. 2, '64 ...................... Cavalry; died October 10, '76.
riplett, Eli ................................ ....... .......... .......... Wounded, Natural Bridge.
Wallace, T. M............................. Mch. 1, '2 ...................
Wamsley, T. M................................. June 7, '64...........
W ilder H ....................................Mch 12, '62 .... .......
Wilder, John M................................. Mch. 1. '62 .. ..........


Roll Company G-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARt S.

OFFICERS.
*Captain-
William H. Milton.............. ........ ........................ Promoted Major 5th Florida Battalion.
:zst Lieutenant-
Henry K. Simmons......................... Killed at Natural Bridge March 4, '65.
2nd Lieutenants-
W illiam D Barnes...... .............. .............. ........................
Jesse C. Booth........................................ ........................
Sol Warren................................................................................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
.3d Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, Angus............................Oct. 15 '62.........
Barber, Andrew...... ............ ..................
Barber, John.............. ....... .... .. ................ ......
B arnes, B. H ......... ........................................ ........................
B arnes, J. B ........... ................................. ........................
Barrington, John C............ Aug. '62 May '05
Beatley, Hugh W .... .................................. ........................
B ell, G eorge 8................................... ........................ ........................
B ell, Stephen B ................................ .. ................ .......................
Bevill, John R..........................................
Bevis. J. A...... ..................... ..............
Bevis, Thomas L................... April May '65
B lount, Archibald........................... ..................... ...............
B ond, Thom as R ................................ ............ ........................
Bowen, George M ........................................ ........................
B uford, J. C .................................... .................... ....................
B uie, D C ......................................... .................... ....................
Bush, Henry..................................... Feb. '64 May '65
Cathon. A .................................... ....................... ...................... 1st Sergeant.
Carpenter, Henry...... .......... ........
C arm ichael, J. W ............... ..................................... ........................
Clark, W illiam ............................. ...... ... May '5
Council, John G ... .. ................................... ........................
C raig, John A .....................................................
Crawford, John........................... .. ....... May '65 Transferrred to 2nd Florida Cavalry.
.D eckle, E N ....... ........................................... ........................
D ickson, D uke.................................. ............ ... ...................
D ickson, W F.. ... ..................................... ........................
Durden, John...... ............. Mch. 15, '2 April 5, '65
Dyass, W. R...........................................
Edenfield, Richard F ................... Aug. '62 April 5, '05
E dgerton, W C ....................................................... ..................
E d w yards, A ble .... .................. ........................ ........................
E dw yards, A ug st ........................ .................. ........................
E dw yards. Charles ......................... .... ............. .....................
E dw yards C llen............................. ................... ...........
Edwards, iram .......... ................................. ......................
Edwards, Jefferson..... .............
Edwards, John.... ...............
Edwards. Thomas J........................ Aug. '62 April '65
F arnell. J. P ...................................... ................... .....................
Farr, W illiam ....................................................
F rench, R obert..... ........ .... ................... ..... ... ...........
Gay, Jam es J................ ............ .......
Gaylord, N. R ........ ....... July 12, Aril 9 '
Geiger, James W............... May '63 Aril 9. 'o6
Glenn. Owen S.................. ....... June '2 April 9 '65 Corporal.
Goodbread, J. Lex.......... ... Nov. 12, '2 April 9, '65
Granger, James I....... ..... .... Feb. '03 April 9, '05
Granger, J. K.... ... ............... .
G ranger, J. R .................................................... .. ...........
Granger. J. W..........................
G griffin, W illiam Kl............................ ................




















294 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Hamilton, E. S.... ............... .........................
H am ilton, Joseph R .............................. ............. .......................
H ancock, G W .................................................................................
Harper, John............................... Sept. '63 May 15, '65
H aw Littleberry.................................. ............... .......................
H aw kins, R R ................................. ..........................
H awkins. W illiam R ........................................ ........................
Holland, Hayward..............................................................
H om e, Lewis.... ........................................ ......................
H oward, H ardy.......................... .. ................ .......................
H ow ard ................ ....................... ........................ ........................
Hunt, Thomas................................ Aug. '3 ................
ack on, M artin..................................................... ..................
Jeffcoat, R W .................................. ........................ ......... ..... Sergeant.
Jernigan, W. H............................... Jan. 1, '63 April 9, '65
Johnson, Jam es.... .................................................. ........................
Johnson, W M ................. .................................. ................... Bugler.
Judoh, E. J....................................... .. ....................................... Sergeant.
K ing, H enry......... ....................................... ........................
K ing Jacob H .......................................................... .......................
Land, S. W ..................................... ........................ ........................
Lanier, Thom as...................................................... .. .................. Corporal.
Lee, H M ................................ .............................. ..................
Love, Jam es E.............................................
L ow e, P hilip E ........................ ............. ........... .......................
M cAlpine, Augustus............... .... ...................... .... ...............
M clnnis, Sam uel.............................. ...................... April 9, '65
McKnight. Adam C........................ April pr 9, 65 Wounded at Natural Bridge, Fla.
M cM illan, John......................................................... ..................
Martin, Robert C................................................ April 9, '65
Mercer, James W.......... ........... Aug. 28, '63 April 9, '65 Thrown from horse and hip dislocated June 10, '64
M miller, John W ......................................................... ..................
Milton, H.R........................... ..... July 12, '63 April '65
Mims, Larkin ................ .......................
Norw ood, Jesse...................................................... ......................
Oswald, H........ .......... ........................ April 9, '05
Packard, D C..... .................................................................
Packard, D. M........... .......................... ........ .................. Sergeant.
Parker, H C........................................................... A pril 0, '65
Peacato, J. C........................................................... April '65
Posey, Alfred.....................................
Rainey, Alison................................................. April 9, '65
Raker, Jacob...................... ..... Feb. '64 April 9, '65
R am sey ........................................ ................ ... .......................
R evill, J. R .............................................................. ..................
R coach, Joseph........................... ....................... ........................
R coach. N .. .. ........................................... ........................
R oberts, Jam es......................................................... ..................
Sanford, M. J............................. Sept. 62 May 'O
Seiger, Marshall................... ................ April '05
Shepherd, M. D. C..............................................................
Sm ith, F M ....................................... ...................... ..................
Smith, J. T........................................... .......... April '
Smith, N....................................... June 10, '63 April '65 Wounded during the war.
Smith, T. Y........... .................... .... April '65
Spooner, Caleb ....... ...... .... May '65
Stansel, Jesse P...... .......... .. ... May '65
Stansel, Jesse T.................................................. April 9 '65
Stanaland, G N .............................. ........................ April 9, '65
Stephens, Jacob....... .............. '61 April 9, '65
Stephens, Benjamin A........ ........................
Strickland, A. .......................... Aug. '62 April 9, '65 Captured at Ocklockonee Bay, Fla., November
'64, and paroled at Vicksburg, Miss., May, '65.
Strickland. R. F... ............................................................. ......... .... Corporal.
Strickland, W. G........................ ... ................
Sullivan, 8. N........................... .... April 9, '65
Taurakers, Nathan..... ............................ April 9, '65
Taylor, R. J................................................. April 9, '65
Thompson, John E.... .................... .......................April 9, '65
Todd, M cDaniel L........................... ........... ........................
Tom berton, Jam es............................................... ..................
Waldron, K. S.................................... .......... April 9, '65
Whaley Thos. E....................................
Weeks, J. H......................... Aug, '03 April 9, '65
Weeks, W. T.............................. ............... April. 9, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant ofoo. F, 2nd Cavalry.
Wheldon, M. J.......................................... April 9, '65 -
White. C. J....................................... ............ ...... ..... Sergeant.
Whitley, Samuel S........................................
Whittington, James........ ....... Aug. '2 April 9, '65
W hiley, A lexander.......................... ..................... ...................
Williams, len N.......... ................................. April 9, '65
Wimberley, Trrant............... ........ ................................



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 295


Roll Company G--th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Winburn, C......................... Feb. 15. '03 May 18, '65 Captured November 17, '64, and confined at Ship
Woodward, Little ...................... .......... Island, Miss.
Zent, Richard A............................... ..... ....
Zent, R obert F.................................................... ........................


Roll Company I (Capt. A. F. Perry's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. O, OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Robert Chisholm .................... ........................ ........................ Died.
A. F. Perry..................................................... May 10, '65
Jst Lieutenant-
W C. W ilson. .......................... ........................ May 10, '65
and Lieutenant-
W. A. Rutherford................... .... May 10, '65
and Lleutenant-Jr-
R. A. Solomon.................................................... May 10, '65
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, John............................... an. 9. '64 May 10, '65
Adams, E. W. J..................... July 28,. '64 ..................
Alford. A. M. K............................. Jan. 14 '65...........
Belser, Lit..... ............. ........... Jan. 9, '64 .... ...........
Brown, John T...... ...... .........Jan. 9, '64..........
Bowden, W. L............................ July 9. '64 May 10,'65
Bales, M. ................................... M 8, '64May 10, '65
Barnes, J. H......................... June 12, '64 ay 10, '65
Brett, J. W....................................... an. 19, 64 ....................... Captured by enemySeptember 23, '64.
Boon, Robert...................... April 5, '64
Beauchamp. David .................... Jan. 25, '64 May 10,'65
Bishop, Wdliam........................ h. 17, '6
Bowden; Samuel.............................. Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65 1st Sergeant.
Chambers, J. W................... Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
Chambers, J. B................................ Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
Callaway, J. W................ ........ Mch. 15, '64 May 10, '65
Callaway, R. H......................... .... May 16, '64 May 10, '65
Carter, J. W...................................... April 10, '64 May 10, '65
,Cowart. A. J......... ..........Jan. 9, '64 ......................
-Culbirth, David.............. .... Jan 9 '64
Carlisle. William............................. Feb. 10, '04 May 10 '65
Clark, T. B........................................ Jan. 9, '64 May 10. '65 2nd Sergeant.
Cargile, Frank................................. May 30, '64 ..................
Cassady, F. H................................. July 27 '64 May 10, '65
Cawthon, 8. S.................................. Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
-Connely, C. P................... .......... Mch. 17, '65 May 10, '65
Cassady, H. ............ .... Mch. 17, '65 May 10, '65
Connely, J. Z. S......................... ......Mch. 17, '65 May 10, '65 3rd Corporal.
Dansey, E..................................... Feb. 1, 64 ... .....
Dansey, G. M ................................. Oct. 31, '64 .......................
Daniel, S. E................................. Oct. 31, '64 May 10. '65 3rd Sergeant.
D avis, A ......... ..................................................... ...................
Dawkins, R. H............................... Feb '64 ...........Captured by enemy February 19. '65.
Durham, H. C.................................. Jan. 0, '64 May 10, '65
Dubose John P1................................ ........Jan. 16. '65
,Everitt. B. F.................................... April 18, '64 May 10, '65
Everitt, 1E'. 1'.......... .............. .... May 10, '5
E war .................................... Oct. 31, '64 ......... ....
Fewell, R. A................................. Jan. '4 ...........
Fennell, Perry................................. Jan. 9, '64
Fullerton, A...................................... Jan. 9. '64 May 10 '65 2nd Corporal.
Fordham, B. J........................... April 10. '64 ... ..........
Grimesley, H ............... ......... Feb. 2, '64 ..................
H olm es, L .................................... Feb. 1, '64 ...... ..............
Hatten. W. L ................April 9 '........... ArDied (7) in enemy's hands January 6, '64.
Holmes, John J......................... May 7, '64 May 10, '5
Hardy, John ....................... Jan. '64 ....... ...........
Hall, Allen...................................... Feb. 27, '64 May 10, '65
Hall, John.... ..................... Aug. 17, '64IMay 10, '65
H all. J. T .......................................... Jan. 28, 5 .....................
H all, J. W ...................................... Jan. 28, 65 ...................
H all, W W ....................................... M 2 5 ....... .. ..
Harrison, John............................... Jn. 9, '6 ............
H uff, J. F....................................... O ct. 31, 64 ............... ...
Hudgins, A. M................................ Feb. 1, '651..............
Johns. C. P..................................... Aug. 29. '64'..................





















296 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I (Capt. A. F. Perry's Company)-5th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Jones. J. G ............................ April 3, '5 ..................
Jackson, B. I ................... .......... Jan. 28, '65 ... ...........
King, Franklin E............. .......... May 2, '64 May 10, '65
Lee, J. D.................................... Mch. 22, '64 May 10, '65
Lee, J. G. B...... ........................ Aug. 10, '64 May 10, '65
Lewis, Arthur..... ..................... April 10, '64 .... ................
Lucas. J. W .... ......................... Sept. 24, '64 .......................
Loman, A. W .................. .... Jan. 19, '65 .... ................
Montgomery. R, W............... Jan.............
Martin, A. D................................... Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
Mgs, T, W ..............................................
Miller, W. J............. ........ Mch. 17, '65........................ 5th Sergeant.
Merriwether, Charles ................ Aug. 10, '64 May 10, '65 *
Monday, James............... Jan. 9, '64 May 10,
Mercer, A. J.........................Jan. 25, '64 May 10, '65
McDaniel, John W............ ............ Mch. 16, '64 May 10, '65
McDonald, J. .................. ....... Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
McDaniel, William R....................... Feb. 10, '5 May 10, '5
McSwain. Angus.................. Oct. 31, '64 ...................... 1st Corporal.
McRae, C. C......................... ....... Jan. 19, 65 ........................
McLeod, William.......................... Mch. 27, '65 ............
Owens. W. D.............................. Feb. 20, '64 May 10, '65
Page, J. 1 .................................... Mch. 5, '4 May 10, '65
Parker, C. H............................. '04.. '6 ................. Captured by enemy September 23, '04.
Pittman, utin R......... ..an. 04............ Jan. ...... Died in Elmira, N. Y., December 21, '64.
Pitts. Jackson...................... ........ Sept. 10, '4 .......... ........
Pitts, Ira.... ....................... April 28, '64 ..... ...............
Register, J. S............................. Jan. -'64 May 10, '65
Register, M. G................................ Feb. 20, '64 May 10, '65
Robinson, J. H............................... Jan. 30, '64 May 10, '65
Russ, John G............. .... Feb. 25, '64 May 10, '65
Richards. R. J........ .. ...... Aug. 3, '64 .....................
Ray, B. H....................................... Jan 64 May 10, '65
Renfroe, N E...... ..... ........... .... Jan. 25, '65 .......................
Renfroe, M. L. F...... ............. Jan. 25, 65 ...........
R enfroe, N .................... ........................ ........... Jan. 25, '65
Sanders B.... ........... ... Jan. 9, '64 .... ................
Singletary, John............... .......... Jan. 9, '64 ....
Spence, A. T................... ... Feb. 11 '64.....................
Strickland, Ithial H .................. ... July 9. '64 ........................
Sim s, A shley...................... ..... .... A pril 28, 64 .... ................
Solomon, F. W........................... May 10 '64 May 10, '65
Solomon, F. Wiley ................. April 28, '64 May 10, '65
Stanford, W. J........................... Feb. 18, '65 May 10, '65
Stanford, A. G.................................. Oct. 28, '64 May 10, '65
Stanford, Monroe....................... Jan. 9, '64 ...................... 4th Sergeant.
Stanford, S. .......... ...................... May 10, '65
Sheats. C. N ...................... ......... Feb. 1, '64 .......... ........
Tennille. William............................. April 8. .................
Thomas, J. C..................F.... 1........ Feb. 10.......
Wooten, A. J................................... Jan. 9, '64 May 10, '65
W ilson, T. S ............ .... ... Jan. 1, ... ........
Wester, D. C.............................. .... Mch. 4, '64 May 10, '5
W atson, J. M ..... ....................... Jan. 9 '64 .... ................
W atson. M M ................................. Jan. 16, '65 ... .................
W ise, L. L ................................ .. Jan. 16, 6 ... ...........
W ise, J. E................................... Jan. 16. 65 ....... ............
This company was paroled at Marianna, Florida,
May 10, '65, by Maj. W. H. Milton, command-
ing the battalion.


Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Charles E. Dyke........................................................................ 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain of battery.
Surgeon-
W. F. Robertson............................... ............... May '65 Promoted Surgeon.
ist Lieutenant-
Joe N. Whitner...................................................... ................... 3rd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
E W G am ble...................................................... ..................
3rd Lieutenant-
Frank B. Fox........................ Aug. 11, '62 June 15, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant: captured, imprisoned'
at Camp Chase, O., April 13, '65.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 297


Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, Thomas...... ........ ................... .........
Alston, James A..... ...... .............................
Atkinson, Craven...... .......... .............. ..... Killed at Omustee, Feb. 20, '64.
Austen, M D ......................................................
Baker, Jacob A.. I ..................... ......... .... Died February 24, '64 at Lake City, Fla.
Barron, Reuben T...... .............................
Barrow, Joseph F.............. .......... Sept. 01 June 15, '65 Wounded at Olustee, '64.
B arrow J. R ................................... ....................... ..................
Bernreuter, Charles J........... ............................. Musician.
Bernreuter, Henry........................... ....... Jue '
B illingsly, G W ...... ...... ................................................
Bishop, B. L........................ ....... Feb. 1 '62 May '05 Slightly wounded at Olustee, Feb. 29, '64.
Bishop, Wm.... ............................................................................ Sightly wounded at Olustee, Feb. 20, '64.
B oyde, Thom as.................................................. ........................
B ram let, W L.................................. .......................................
B rick e.............................................. ....................... .....................
Bunker, E. H..... ............................... May '65
Carn, David W.............................. April 2 May '05
Chestnut, A D ................................... ........................ ........................
Chestnut, John................................ .. ................ .......................
Clem Thomas V ......................................... ........................
Combs, A. R.................. ...... April '62 ........................ Promoted Sergeant.
Cone A D ........................................ ........................ ........................
D ouglass, A F .................................................... ........................
Ea in, George W .............................. April 15, 62 ........................
Edmonson. Joseph A............ ......... ......... ........................
Edwards, 0. C...... ............... April '02 May '65
E english, J. C.............................................................. .......................
English, Joseph H .....................
Floyd, W. H................................... April '62 May '65
Freeman, John W............................ .................. May '65
G arwood, Charles............................ ....................... ........................
G ilbert A ...... ..................... ......... ........................ ........................
G ram bling, D E ................................ ........................ ........................
Grambling, M. A............................ ....................... ........................ Artificer.
H amrick, J .................................... ........................ 6May 15
H ancock. Josiah................................ ................................................
Hinton, mes H.. ...................................... ........ ............ Captured in N. C., sent to Camp Chase April 13,
'65 and from there was paroled June 15, '65.
Hinton, S. S...................................... Sept. '63 ....... .......... Discharged from Captain Lash's Company at Mur-
Hobby Barney......................... '64 May '65 freesborough on account of disability; re-enlisted
Hudnail, T. L............................................................. in Gamble's Artillery.
Johnson, Frank ..... .............................................. ........................
Joiner, 8. T....... .................... :.............. ........................
Jones Alfred......... ................ '62 May '65
Lee, Jam es........................... .. .......... ................
Martin, James P...... ......................................... May '65
Martin, Joseph........... .............. .... ...........
Mason, Adam W.................... ....... ................
Mathis, Thomas Sr.......... ...... April 15, '62 May '65
M athews, W illiam ..... .................................... ........................ Sergeant.
Montford, Joshua............. April '62 May '65
Myers E. H... ....................... April '64 May '65
Nealy. Samuel W........ ....... .................
Neary, Thomas................. ................................................... Wounded at Olustee.
Newm an, J. J...... ........... ............. ... .... .... .......
McCants A. C...................... .... .... ........ Wounded at Olustee, Feb. 20, '64.
O'Conner, Dennis...... ........ ....... .. ..............
O dom M S....................... ... ...................... ...... ...........
O'Neal, J. W ............................................
Pappy, Francisco B.................................... May '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Paterson, Hugh........ ...............Mh. 3 '64 May 65
Paul, G. W ...... ..... ............ .... ... ............
Purdy, J. E............................... .................. ......................... Artificer.
Renew, Moses G........... ............ .......... May '65
R hodes, J. J...............................................
Sauls, James D...................... Feb. 1, '64 May '65 Thrown from horse, in battle of Olustee, February
Sessions, L. M. C........ .. ................... 20, '64; left hip dislocated.
Shepard, R. G............. ...... ..................... Corporal.
Shilling, Johnu l..................................... ........................
Simmons, William A. W.................................... May '65
Skipper, J. G...................... ..........................
Skipper, J. W .................................... ........................ ................. .
S th, E. ......................................................... ...... M ay '65
Smith, M. B................................... ............... ... Killed at Olustee, Feb. 20, '64.
Sm ith, W J...................................................
Taylor, J. L............................. May '65
Stephens, Richard...... ............... .............
Tounsend, C. L............................ .................. ..... ........ ...............
Townsend, F. M........ ...................... ....May 65
Townsend, John A....... ... .......... .......
Townsend, William H................. ................... May '65





















298 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Van Brunt, J. C.............. ...... ... ..........
Ward, Harvey...... ........ ... ........... .............
W ard, Thom as............................ ................. .......
Whitaker, John H.................................. ......... May 5
Wilson, rank...... ....... ................. ..........
W ood, G. ................................... .......................May '5


GAMBLE'S ARTILLERY.


Gamble's Artillely was organized in the spring of 1862. In November
following the Battery was divided into two companies. Kilcreas was elected
Captain of the second company with Patrick Houston as Ist Lieutenant. The
Battery served at Johns Island, near Charleston, at Natural Bridge and var-
ious other places in Florida. R4


Roll Capt. R. H. Gamble'sjLight Artillery.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMAEKS.

OFFICERS. 4*.' .-
Captains-
Robert H. Gamble.............................. .... Retired, '63.
F. L. Villepigue.......................... ..... 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, when Gamble's
Battalion was divided; resigned January 12, '65.
Patrick Houston............................ ............. ........................ Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant of increase's
SL Artillery and on resignation of Villepigue, pro-
ist Lieutenant- moted.Captain.
John W illiford ................................................ ........................
2nd Lieutenant-
--- May.............................................................
3rd Lieutenant-
Forrest............................ ........................ ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Albritton, J. T ...... ..................................... ........................
Anderson, C. .....................................
Anderson, Robert.................................... ........................
Atkinson, J. 13.................................... ...............
Babbitt, F. L.................................... ........................
Ball, Willis....................... ................... ............
B aldy, W C..................................... .................. ... ..................
Barrngton, Wilson.............. ...............
Bennett, Reuben............................ June '63 May '
Bennett, T. ...................................................... .......................
Bennett, W L.................................................. ...................
Berry, H H............................................. .......... May '65
B erry, K L ........................................ ................... ........................
Blake, Charles F................. ..........................................
Blanton, J. Elles................ ..... ........ ..... May '65
B lanton, S. L ................................... ........................ ........................
Boatwright, John B........................................ ........................
Boyde, Thom as A...... ................. ........................ ........................
Braden, H B................................... ..................... .................
Brannimg, D. L....................... ...............
Britton, Jonathan W .... ..... ......................:........... Transferred, Houston.
Brooks, B. F......................... ... ......................
B udd, J. T .................................................................. ........................
Burton, C. M ............. .......................................... ........................Corporal.
B utler, W .......... ................... ........................
B yrd, B F....................................... ........................ ........................
Cam pbell, W C................................. ......... ....................
Carrell, W C...................................... ........................ ........................
Carpenter. E .............................................................. ........................
Cardy, John......................................... Sergeant.
Cavilley, Joseph ............. ..................... ... ...................... Artificer.
Chairs, Furman............................. .......... ..... Sergeant.
Chaires, 8. P.....................................................
Chaires, T. B. ....................... .................
Chambers, Patrick B...................... Mch. 23 '61 Mch. 20, '65 Wounded inMississippi by Artillery wagon run-
Clayton, A. B.................................... April '62 April '65 ning over foot.





















SOLDIERS OF FLOR DA. 299


Roll Capt. R. H. Gamble's Lignt Artillary.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT, REMARKS.

Clayton, W J.................................. .............. ............. .
Coles, John P............................... ............................. ................... Commissary Sergeant.
Collier, James S.......................... Mch. '65 April 20, '65
Cox, John T................................ Mch. 15, April '65
D ale, W illiam 0 .................................... ............... .......................
Davenport, William....................................... ..... ..............
Dawkins, Willis...... ................ Nov. '62 April '65
D earborn Jackson................................................. ......................
D em illy, John F.................... ........... ....................... ........................
Dudley, Spencer............................... .................................
D uva Philip .................................. ........ .................................
Ecles, Jam es.... ................... ................ .................... ......... Deserted.
Edmondson, G. ...... ...... .......... ...........
Edwards, James T...........................May '2 May 15, '65
Edwards Sam uel.............................................
Ennis, William............................... Sept. '63 May '65
Evans, N than P..... ................................... ........................
Farrell, N orm an...... .......................................... ........................
Fenn Josiah................................. ...................... ...................
Findison. Charles A.......................... .......................................... Musician.
Fisher, George H ................. ................... ........................
Fisher, J. H.................. ....... ..........
Fisher, William.. .............................. .......... ....1st Sergeant.
Gamble. Albert M..................................... ........................
Garrett, George W .....................................................
Geriell, G. E.............................................. ...... Died of consumption March, '66.
Gwaltney, James H..................... May '61 May '65 Transferred to Villepigue, then Houston's Co.
Hamilton, Hampton P...............................
Hamilton, T. D...... ...............................
Hamilton, Thomas P.................. April '2 May '65
H am m ond, 8. T...... ....................................... .......................
Hampton, W. A................ ...............................
H aven, B ............................................................. ........................
Harris, J. A...... .................................. ...............
Hockett John ............................. ........................ .................. Artificer.
Hogue, John H......... ................ ......... ...............
Hopkins Charles F.............. ........................ ................ Transferred to Infantry.
Horne, Henry M.............................. Mch. '63 May '65
H om e, J. W .................................... ...........
Horton, Levi.................................................. .............
H utton, T J......................................................................................
Jones, George L ..........................................
ones, Joseph .................................... ......
Jones, William N.................... .....................
Kersey, E. J........ .................. Sept. 1, '62 ...........
Kilpatri J. W.............. .. ...................... Transferred from Co. A, 15th Con. to Gamble's
Kindon, H..................... .................... Artillery.
Kirkpatrick, T. W.... .................. ...................... April '05
Lambert, Anthony............................................ ........................
LaTrobe, ..............................
Laurence. Thomas W......................... ............
Leonhard, H.............................. ............ ..................
Lewis, Jesse.................................. Oct. '64 ................. Corpral.
L ewis, P ...................................... ..........................................
Lynn, J. B...................................................................... .............. Slightly wounded at O.ustee, Feb. 20, '64.
McLaughlin, E. B.............................. ............... .......... Artificer.
M abry, W M .................................... ......................................
Mabry, William W.......................... April 29, '62 April '65
Markey, Thomas J...................... May '64 April '65
M ay, Alfred M .......................................................... ..................
May, George A................................... ............ April '65
M ay, J. C........................................... ........................ .......................
May, William N ....................................... ........................
M over, John...................................................... ........................
M miller, W II...................................... ........................ A pril '05
Moodie, E. J................................ Feb. 16, '63 April '65
Morris, James A............................... Jan. 1, '62 April 65 Transferred,'64 to Kilcrease Battery.
Hally, Thomas H. C...... ........................ ..... ....... ..... Died of disease October 20, '63.
Narzworth, J. Y.................................................. pril '65
N evin, John.................................... ...................... .....................
Nicholson, M. J......................... ...................
Norris, E. A............................................. ..... April '5
Owens, Edward .................................................. April '5
Perry, W. H................................ ......... April '65
Perry, J. W .......................................................... April '05
Philips, R. F..................................... ....................... ................... Sergeant.
Puller, Joseph .......................... ........................ ........................
Putnam, John...... ................................ Wounded, Natural Bridge.
R andolph T. P................................ .................. ........................ Corporal.
Richards, Jacob D............................ ............................April '65
Richardson, Daniel.......................... '62 April '65
Richardson, David.................. May '62 April '65
Rooney, J. A. J..... .................. ..............
Rye, Hoses F.................................... M 2 '3 Aril '65


















300 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Captain R. H. Gamble's Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Saunders. J. R................. ............... .
SI urry, G rant.. ....................... ...... .................
Seller, Charles F..................... ..... .. ...
Shaffer, Fred P..... ................................... .. April '65
Simmons, William J............. May '62 April '65
Slusser, Levi...................................... .. ...............
Smith, John J.......................................
Smith, S. ...........................62 May '65
Stafford, J. J....... .................
Stafford, R. .... ...................................
Stanaland, G. N...... ......... ......... ........ May '65
Strickland, E. C............................... ............... .........
Sutley, Absalom R................ ................... .... ........ Died March 30, '65.
Taylor, James H......................... ........
Vann, James E .............. Jan. '63.... ...
Walker, D. S................ .... ....................
W alker, J. J...................
Walker, P. J.......................................
Wheeler, J. I ............ ...... ..... May '65
Whistler, W.S ..................................
W hite, Littletnn M ............................
W illiams, Mack............ ............ '2 May '65
W illiams, Robert M......................... .......... May '
Williams, Thomas F............ ....
Williford, John............... .. May '165
Wilson, R. D............................... .. May '65
Wolf, William W..... ............... .. ... Corporal.
Womack, H. .................. ...... .......... ay '65


MARION LIGHT ARTILLERY.

Marion Light Artillery was organized May, 1861, and saw its first service
on Amelia Island. In June, 1862, they were ordered to Dalton, Ga., and
from there to East Tennessee, where they became a pait of the Army of Gen.
E. Kirby Smith. At the battle of Richmond, Ky.. August 30, 1862, the Mar-
ion Light Artillery was the only Florida command present, where both officers
and men were complimented for gallantry. On its return to Tennesee the
battery was on post duty in East Tennessee, participating in only an occas-
sional skirmish until September, 1863, when they joined the Army of General
Bragg in North Georgia and took part in that campaign. They were engaged
in the battles of Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, and in 1864 went through
the Atlanta and Nashville campaigns as a part of Col. Melancthon Smith's
Artillery Battalion, attached to the Division of Gen. B. F. Cheathem. After
the retreat from Tennessee the battery was stationed near Mobile, vht re it
was engaged during the Federal advance in 1865. After the fall of Mobile
the Battery was transferred to Gen. Richard Taylor's department, and sur-
rendered at Meridian, Miss., in May, 1865.


Roll Marion Light Artillery.


NAMES. MUBTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
OFFICER
Captains-
John M. Martin............................. June '61 ................. ... Resigned, '62, after he was wounded in Kentucky;
then elected to Congress; then promoted Colo-
nel of the 9th Infantry.
Robert P. McCants..................... June '61 ........................ 2nd Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned, '63.
Thomas J. Parry.................... June '61 May 10, '5 Promoted Captain; shot at Dalton, a., in battle.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 301


Roll Marion Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

lst Lieutenants-
- J. J. Dickinson............................ June '61 .................. Resigned May, '62.
A. J. Nea................................ June '61 ........ ....3rd Lieutenant: Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, '62;
then 1st Lieutenant, '63; killed '64,.
-- Davis........................... June '61 May 10. '65 3rd Lieutenant; promoted 2nd, then 1st Lieuten-
2nd Lieutenant- ant.
William Tidwell........................... June '61 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; killed at Richmond
3rd Lieutenants- Ky.
---- Curry................................. ........................ .......................... Died, '62.
G. K. Broome............................... June '61 May 10, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Barrington, A. F.. ..................................... ........................
Bethel, John A ... ......................................... ........................
Bennett, R ichard G .............................. ............. .......................
Blair, Richard........................ ....... ..... ....
Bostwick, James H.........................July '61..........
Borring, John W.......... ....... ............. ......
Bradham, Henry........................... ........................ ........................ Transferred from Roland Thomas' Co., 7th Regi-
ment; died of disease at Knoxville, Tenn., De-
cember 1, '62.
Brinson, James J..... .... ........ Dec. 15, '61 ........................ Shot at Dalton, Ga., May 0, '64.
Broadwater, Jonah .........................................
Brooker, Silas E............. ....... Sept. 10, '01 May 12, '05
Broward, Pulaski...... .............................................
Buford. Joseph C.................. Dec. 12, '61 May 10, '65 Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., June 18,
Cain, W illiam .............................. ......................................... '64.
Carlton, Robert A ..... ............ ........................ ....................
Carm an, Cornelius........................... ........... ............. ...........
Coker, W esley A ............................... ............... ......................
Cook, Zedecea ................. .........................................................
ooper. Andrew.....................................
Cribl, Robert 11.......................Nov. '61 May 10, '65 Wounded at Richmond, Ky., August, '62.
Crosby, Thomas W ...... ................ ..... ...................
Curry, Edward...... .............................................
Dozier, Leonard.......................................... May 10, '65 Promoted 2nd Sergeant.
D rew L .............. ......................... ................................................
Driggers, Jasper J....................................... ........................
D riggers, John .... .......................... .................. ............
Dryden, W. T............................... May 10. '62 May 10, '65 Discharged August 20. '63, for disability; re-en-
Dupree, Erast s 1)........................... .................... ...................... listed. '64, in A. A. Stewart's Co.
Dupree. Lcin D..... .... .... Sept '61 ...................... Corporal.
Dye, William T............ ........................
D ye, W illiam T ................................. ........................ ........................
Fife, R M ........................................ De 20 1 ... ..........
Geiger. John S................................. Dec. 12, '61 May 18, '65
G oin, Jam es M ................ ....... ...............................................
G oin A ron S ........................ ................................... ...............
Gordon. Thomas V .................... ....................... st Sergeant.
Graydon, Benjam in F................... ..................................
Haddock, D. T....... ......... ........... ............
IHagaon, Thoas N....................Jan. 1, '62 ...........
H am in ond, T N ... ....................................... ........................
Ham mond, Samuel N .................... ..... ........................
Hartley, Joseph A......................... May 12, '62 May '65'Transferred, October, '62, to Captain Westcott's
I Co., Brevard's Co. Battalion.
lHieenhtam ................... Sept. '61 May '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga.
Hilton, Jam es ............................. ......... ......... .. ........
H olm es, lenrv M ............................. ............. ........................... sergeant.
Holshousir, William W ........ ............ ............ Corral; promoted Sergeant; killed, '64.
Hogan, Daniel N........................ April 25, '62 ........................ Wounded at Nashville, Tenn., December 15, '64.
H ogans, TR enhen....... .................... ........ .....................
Hotnans, W illiam J................ ............. ... .......
ull, e jam in A .................................................
Hull, It. A.......................................Oct .. ...
Ive M ichael J. .......... ...................... ............................
Je, ki,,s, Sam uel T ......... ........... ..... ........................ ........................
Joh nsto n D ani*,, ,1 ........................... ........................ ........................
Johnston. Franklin A ............................................ ..................
Johnson. Jam es I............................. ..................... ..................
Jones, Orm ond................................ ..................... .....................Sergeant.
Jordan. William E...................... ....... .......
K ing, John ............................................. .................
King, William W.....................................
Lane. Fmund B........................... Nov. 16, '61 May 16, '65
Leitner, J. 1)....... ............. .............................................. Sergeant.
Leitner. W illis F.................................................. ..................
McBride, James........................ ............ May 65
M eNabb, James W ........................... ..... .... ..................
McNabb, Joshua N. G............. July '61 May 10, '5 Sergeant.
McRory, Charles F............................................ May '5
M abry. W W ................................. ......... ......... M ay 5
Marlowe. T. C.... ... Dec. '61 May '65
Masters, Ben......... ....................... May '65
M athews, John W ..... ............. ................ ................. ...

















302 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Marion Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Meadows, Jacob G...... ........ ......................... ..
M ills, Sam uel P ................................. ..................................
Minton, H. S.............................. May '2 May '5
M inton, John ................................. .............................
Minton. J. T.......................... .................. ... May '65
Mirandu Thomas E......................... .................... May '65 Wounded at Nashville December 15, '64.
M orrison, C. J....................................................... M ay 5
M orrison, Daniel........................................ .......................
Morrison, Hug A............................. Dec. 12, '61 May '65
Morrison, John .11................ ................
M orrison, W illiam J..... ................................ ........................
Nobles, Edward........................... .............. .... May '65
N obles. N athaniel. ........................... ................. .....................
N orton, N 1H ........... .......................... ...................... M ay 65
N orton, W R ............................... ............................ M ay '65
Otes, 1). Dunlap....................................... ........................
Pasteur. George.... .................... ............. ........................
Perry, Alexander H ......................... ...................... ....
Peters, Harris H.............................. June 15, '61 May '5 Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga.
Peterson. H enry............................... ........ ........................
Riles. John................ ................... April '61 May '65
Plunkett, Elijah.... .................................... ........................
Robertson, John N................
R obertson, J le .............................................................
Russell, R. It................ ................... ..... May '05
Saunders, Benjamin................. Jan. 15, '62 May '65 Wounded at Lovejoy, Ga., August 10, '64.
Seigler, John M..... ................................
Simmons, W. A. W............ .................. ....... May '65
Smith, John H.......................*..Mch. '62 ...................... Killed near Marietta, Ga.. August 18, '64.
Smith, Thomas J. H...................
Sparkman. Isaac............................ April '61 May 3, '65
Stevens, W illiam C............. .................. ................ May 65
Strickland, John C........................... ........................ April '65
Strickland, M C................................................. ........................ Corporal.
Sturdevant, Joseph J.........................................
Swearengen, Samuel.................. .......... May '65
Taratus, M. H............ .... May 12, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Lovejoy, Ga.
Tillman, John E................................... May '65
Timmons. S. E................ Oct. 17, '61 May '65
Tracy, L. P......................... ............ ......... May '65 Corporal.
Wall. H. D....... ........ April 15. '62 May '65
Webb Franklin........... ..... April 23, '61 May '65
Willis, Joseph J................................................. .......
Zeigler, Joseph J............................................. ........

MORTON CONFEDERATES-CAPT. C. C. HENDERSON.
This c mpany was organized at Milton, Florida, in the spring of 1861.
They were ordered to report at Memph's Tennessee, and were there mustered
in as Co. C, of the 4oth Tennessee Regiment, a regiment made up of four com-
panies f om Arkansas, four from Alabama, one from Kentucky and Hender-
son's company from Florida, under command of Col. L. M. Walker. The
R-giment later became the 5th Confederate Infantry. Co. C was stationed
for some months at Fort Pillow, on the M ssissippi River; from there they
were ordered to New Madrid, Mo., where they did garrison duty in the latter
part of February, 1862, in anticipation of the Federal advance. After being
under fire at New Madrid for some time, operations at the same time going
on against Island No. o1, they were compelled to withdraw to the east side of
the river, where the Confederate forces surrendered April 8, 1862. Captain
Henderson, Lieutenant McMillan and five of his men succeeded in making
their escape into the river swamps and eventually reached Fort Pillow. The
rest of the command was imprisoned at Camp Butler, Ill., until September,
1862, when they were exchanged at Vicksburg, Miss. The company never
reorganized, its term of enlistment having expired, the men joining other
commands.


















SSOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 303


Roll Capt. C. C. Henderson's Company C-Ist Mixed Regular Infantry,




MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
C. C. H enderson.......................... '61 ........................
ist Lieutenant-
D. McMillan..................61........ '
2nd Lieutenants-
Isaiah Cobb................................... '61 .... .. .
George W. Harvey........ ...... ............. ........
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Bradley, W W ................................................... .................
Browning, C .................................. ........... ......... ... ..
Brooke, B..... ......................................... ..... ...
B row n, H H ..................................... .... ... ....... ....:
B row n, Jesse.................................. ... ...................................
Brown, W ..................................... .............. .. .... .
Bryant, James ............................. '1...................
Capers, G .......... ........................... ........... .................... ...
C hance, ......................................... .................... .........
Chance, J. H ............................ ........ .................... Sergeant.
C ob b ...................................... ............................ ... ....
Cobb, R ........................................... ........... ....... .......... sergeant.
Crawford, William.......................... '1 ... ........
Cushin, J. P ................................ '61 ........ ....... ...
Cushing, W. ................................... '61 .
D ixon, C ........................................... '61 .
D ixon. W ........... ...................... .... '61 .... ...........
Fletcher, John..................................... '1 .... .....
F ouster, ......................................... '61 .. .........
Frater, 1 F ................................ '61 ..............
Grant, John............................. ......... '61 .. ..
Grant, W J......................... .......... '61 ..... ......
G rim es. J................................... 1 .... ........
H all, Henr ............................... '61..... ......
Hall. James........................................ '61 ...........
Hardy, W. S.................................... '61.. .... Sergeant.
latnyV, Isaac ........................... .... .... 0............. ....
llgl. ................... ........ ................
Jones, Thomas........................................................
Jordan. E....................................... '61 ....... .......... Corporal.
Keer, John ........................................ 1 ... ........
M cCauley, P........................................ '61 ...........
M uffie, J. A........................... ............ '61 ...... .....
M iller, A J....................................... 1 ........
M miller E ......................................... '61 .... .............
M miller, H ............................................ '61 ..... ...........
M miller, H H ............... ... .........61 ............. .....
Morran, John........................... ............
Odum. J. A..... ................... .61........... .............
Parker, J. S. 11................................. '61 ........................ Corporal.
P ea ock, E ........................................ 1 ................
Pendleton, J........................ ..... ........ .... ............ Corporal.
P ilcher. S. C...................................... '61 ... .........
Piner, G W ....................................... '61 .......... .
R iley, W illiam ................................... '61 .... .. ......
San er N .................... .. ............. '01 ...............
Shorter. li....................................... '(, ........................ Cor moral.
Sm ith, J. ItJ. .................................... ... ... .........
Sm ith. ...................................... .1.. .
Sparrow, P. S ................... Sergeant.
Strickland. J. L .............. ........ ..01.......
Strickland, R. S....................... '61 ....................
Strickland, ........................ ............ '(1 .....
V illar. H ............................ ...............1 ..




MILTON ARTILLERY.



The Milton Light Artillery was raised in Apalachicola in 1861 by J. L.
Dunham with Lieutenants Abell senior 1st, Bull junior 1st, Stephens senior
2nd and Rambo junior 2nd; with ix guns, three 12 lb. brass rifle pieces
and two 12 lb. Howitzers. In the spring of 1862 the Battery was ordered to


















304 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. ". '

East Florida and camped near the Three Mile Branch, Jacksonville (Camp
Finnegan). The company took part in the fight at St. Johns Bluff and the
several engagements around Jacksonville. In the summer of 1863 the Milton
Light Artillery was divided. Captain Dunham kept four of the guns, Abell
was made Captain and was given the other two guns and two more were fur-
nished him, making another four gun battery. Captain Dunham retained
two of the Lieutenants, Bull and Rambo. Mortimer Bates was elected junior
2nd Lieutenant. Only a few months passed when Lieutenant Bull was killed
by one Pickett in Lake City; Bates then came in command of the left section
of one Battery. George Ilines succeeded to the position of junior 2nd Lieuten-
ant The section Bates commanded took part in the light at Darby's Ilill
(McClenney). A part of the company took part in the battle of Olustee,
Natural Bridge, and Bates' section did effective service on the St. Johns, aid-
ing in capturing the Columbine and doing much damage to the Ottawa and
.another steamer at Horse Landing on the St. Johns. The Battery was a
fine one and had it been in Virginia or in the Western Army would have made
.a name that the State would have been proud of; as it was both companies,
A and B of the Milton Artillery, did splendid service and are entitled to as
much credit as their more fortunate comrades who won honors at the battle
front in the great contests of the war.



Roll Battery A-J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery.




S1MUSTERED MUSTERED
lij NAMES. IN. OUT. REUARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Joseph L. Dunham .......................... ............ .......................
ist Lieutenants-
enry F. Abel ..................................... When Dunham's Battery was divided Abe was
made Captain of the 2nd division
Mortimer W Bates.............................................. .................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, then 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Drury Ram bo...................... ................ ..... .. ..... ...
3rd Lieutenants-
Simon K. Bull........................... ........Murdered near Jacksonville, '62.
Charles F. Stevens.............................. .......... ........................ Succeeded Bull.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, Thomas H....... ........ ............ ... .... Corporal.
Aiken, Jam es A ..... ...... ......... ..............
A llen, J. C ................ ................................................................. G uidon.
A m erson. Ferinand.................... ................. ...................... Artificer.
Andrews, Joel R .................... ......... ............. ...........
Armestead, George...........................
Arm strong, George M ...................... ........................
A tkins, Jam es A ............................... ............................ ..
Bailey, John V..... ....... ...... ......... ......... .... Corporal.
Barman, John......
B arm an, John........................................................... .... ................... .
Barman, Oliver F......... .... ........ ................ ........
Bender, W illiam .......................................... ........................
B enton, A lexander........................... ................................. ....... .
Benton, John W ...... ...... .. ................... ...........
Benteza. W aukeen........... .... .... ........ ................
Bishop, Benjamin F....... .............. ...............
Blanket, Joseph..... ............. ............
Blocker, R. C...... .... Sept '63 April '65
Branch, Henry B..... .................. ... ............ .......
Brown, James..................... ...... .. ..... .... ..........
Burnes, Mathew...... ....... ........ ..............
Butler. Job....... ............. ....................... .....
Butler. John............................... .... ............... .......



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 305


Roll Battery A--J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery.
(CowrNTNuu,)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

Carson, L. D. )r................... ... .......... .....
Carraway, Taylor............ ..........................
Carter, James............................. .................. corporal.
Chance, Stephen.............................................................................. Sergeant.
Costa, Thom as............................... ...................... ........................
Couchman, John W..... .............. ................
Croghan. John.................................. ..
Davis, John W ............ .................. ........... ... ......
Dermont, Nithols........................................ April '65 Transferred to Navy.
Dubber, Cornelius..... ....... ................. .........................
D uffi n. Philip 1)........................ ................... ...... ....................... Corporal.
D ykes. J co Jr............................. ........................ ..................
E dge, John B ........................................................
l-dwards, Jon (........................................ ...
Flanders, Robert 11 .......................... ........................ ........................ Sergeant.
Floyde, G abriel J.......... .............................................................
G anus. W illiam ................................. ........................ .................
Goodman. Marion............................ ........... .....
Glover, William l ...... ............... ...............
G ready, Cornelius ................... ............ .. ..... ........................
Grierson. William A................. ...................t Sergeant.
G um p, G ustavo..... .................................... ........................
H are. tHarrison.... .......................................................................Corporal.
a s. am el N...................................... ....... ...........................
Hill J................ ........ ........... May 20, '64 April '
H olts. R ussell............ ................................... ........................
Jackson, Jerry 11....................................
Jackson, 0 .... .............................................
Johnson, D aniel ...... .......... .... .................. ........................
Johnson George ........................... ... ............................... corporal.
Johnson, Jam es .... ................................... ........................
Johnson, John W ............................. .................... .................
Jones, E van.................................. ... .................. ....... .............
Justice, John D. K.........................................................
Justice, John W........................... ..........
Justice, W illiam B...............................
K eenan, Jam es.............................. ... .......... .... .................
K een. Jam es. .... .................................
Keen, Thomas.... ............ Feb. '2 April '65 Lost right arm by Railroad April, '62.
Keen, William R................. ...........
Kirkland, Guilford.................. May '62 .......................
Lovett, Patrick............................................ April '65 Corporal.
Lovett, Peter................ ................................ April '65
Long, David N..... .................................
Lore. Jefferson.............. ........................................
Luchandi, Manuel................ ................. ...............
McArdle, Augustus.......... ............. ............ .................
M cD aniel, J. M ......................... ....................... Artificer.
MclDonough, Roer........................
McDonough, Mic aelY ....
M lon u h. M hael J......................................... .................
Maloy, James E ..... ......... ...... .............
M marshall, G eorge.............................. ...................... ...................
Massena, Antone ....................................... April '5
Massina, D............................................... ..... April '65
Massina, Frank..... ................... ........... .............
M assina. John................................... .......... ..... ...........
M esser, Joel. ... ......... ................ .....................
Mercer, Julius C...... .......... ...................
M miller, Asbury W ... ..... .................... ..............
Miller, Ilenry C................ ....................
Miller, John..... ............. ..................
Miller. Mason C...................................
MulardI Gaspar........ ....... ......... .. ... ..
Murat, An1tnm J..................................................... April Corporal.
M urphy, Alexander N ..................................................................
Iidley, Jam es ......................... ........................... ................
Oaks Napolean ..... ........ ..................... ..................
O'Brien, Gabriel F.......... ....... .............. Sergeant.
O'Neal, James E.... ...... .. ... ............... ............
O'Neal, Samuel G................................. ...................... .... Corporal.
P agan, Joseph ..................................................... ....................
Palingguist, Francis P ........................... ........... .......................
Penn. Jam es P .......................................
Perry, Henry B .... ... ..... .... ......
Powell, Benjamin F........................ ... ...... Sergeant.
Powell, James..... ..... .... .............. April 26 '65 Shot in chin in Georgia, '63.
Powel John......... 61 April 20, '65
Powell, W. P..... ..................... '61 April 26, '65
Provansana. Mario.... ............. .................... ............. Wounded at Fisher and disabled: transferred to
incis, Salvador................................... ........... April 26 '65 Navy.
Zaickmeyr Robert...... .......... .... ... April 26, '65
Richards. Raleigh............. .............
R oan Joseph....................................................



















306 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Battery A-J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARK.

Robinson, John M ........................... ...... ........... .................. Artificer.
Rogers, Eugene W ............................... ...........................
Rogers, John................................................... April 26, '65
Rowlett. Daniel........................ ......................................
Rudd, Jeffry............................................................ .....
R yan, W illiam R ............................... ................. .............. ...... rg ant.
Sangregonia, Veto............................. .................... April 2( '65
Schollio, Philip................................. ........................ A pril 26, '65
Schwartz, Jacob........................... ....... ..................................... Corporal.
Si Joseph ....................................... .................... ............ .........
Sim pson, John..................................................... .....................
Sm ith, Charles W ..................................................... ..................
Smith, John H ..... ............. ........... ..............
Stanfield, Jasper..... ...................................
Stephens, W illiam ...................................... ........................
Sum m ers. D aniel J................................................... ..................
U lrich. John.................................... ... .....................................
W arrick, G ustav.... .......... ............................. ........................
W higham Joseph M ..... ........................................................
W higham M adison W .............................................. ................
Whiddon, Dennett 8....................... Oct. 6, '62 April '65
W hidden. W illiam .......................... ......... ........................
Wilbur, Charles I ........ ... ...... ............................ ..... Corporal.
W ilkes. Thom as J ..... .... ............................................... ...... Corporal.
Williams, Antone..................................................
Witherspoon, T. J...................... Sept '61 April '65
W ood, J. S ........... ............... ......... ........................ April '65
W ooten, Josiah........... .... ................ ............... ... ..................... Sergeant.
Y ates, Jam es..................................... ........................ ..... .....
Yates. James M.................................................... April '65


Roll H. F. Abell's Light Artillery.


MUh TERMED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMAIRKB .

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Hl enry F A bell..... ..................................... ........................
Ist Lieu enant-
Jowpli W. Allen ........................ April 15. '63 .................. Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant -
.Jo ,e.huns A it ................... ...... ...... .. ..........
;NI.ISTTI: MEN.
Barrenti:ne, ,Stcehen..... ...............................
Beach, Charles L............................. ....................... .................. ... Artificer.
I into, A lexander ........................ .................. ........... .... ..
Bowles, Willi:un II................. .
Bradley. ( ,orge K .........................Au '63 April '65
Brown, Abs la ......................... ... .. .........
B ruce, D onald.................................... .. ...... ................. Corporal.
Clark. W illiam ................. ...... ....... ........... ...... ...............
Collins. J. II................................... ........................ ........................P rom oted 1st Sergeant.
Cox. W illi m L .................................. ........................
C raven. Jam es ............................... ................ .......................
Crawford. Richard II. W ................. ..... ....... .... .................... C ror al.
Crawford. W illiam H ......................................... ........................ Corporal.
Gashnn. Anthony............................ ...
(ill. William II...........................A... April 1. '03 April 20, '65
Griffin, George ...............................................................,ounded at Natural Bridge.
Harrison. Franics...................... ......... .......................... .... ....B.... ugler.
Humor, William..................................................
Humphrey. John................................. ..............
Johnson. Emory...... ....... ..... ...................... uer.
K enton, Jam es ........ ........ .. ..................... ................ .........
Kirkland, Guilford............................................
McLane, William. .............. ....................... ......................
Malphurs. Jose-h W ........................ ........................ April 26 '65 Lost great toe by railroad accident.
M ann, R obert D ......................... ....... ...
Minton, William R..................... ...... .. '62 Anril 26,'64Wounded at Natural Bridge, Fla., March 6, '65.
Murat. A. J.... ............... ........ ............... April 26, '65
O'Brien. Gabrie..... ........ ............................................ ... Deserted; took oath of allegiance.
O 'N eal. H enry E.............. ........... ......... ......
Perry. Elijah J....... .... ..... July 28 '6I April 26, 1'65 Shot at Olustee; Fla.. February 1, '64.
Pewitt. J.siail 1............. .... ..... ...... ..... ... ..... ....
Powell, E':dward........................... ................. .. ...A il 2(, '(





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 307


Roll H. F. Abell's Light Artillery.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Powell. Jam es.................................. ................... ...........
Powell. John....... ..................... .............................................
Powell. W illiam ....................... ...............................................
Simmons, Elijah......................... '63 April 26, '05
Stanley. Ned J.... ............... .. ......................... ..... Died in prison.
Strange, Shackelford............ .................................
Stole-, Alonzo F.I......................... ... ................... ........................ Sergeant.
Swain, H enry C............................... ..... ..................................... Artificer.
Thomas, Mathew ........ .... Aug. 1, '63 April 26, '05 Hearing injured at Olustee, Fla., February 20. '64.
Trimmer, W. H............................. April 2, '65 Discharged from Fort Delaware.
Warren, Marshall........ ....................... .. .........
W hidden. nnett ................................................ ................
Whidden. Daniel 1 ............................................................._ .______


Roll, Field and Staff-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Colonel-
J. Jacqueline Daniels..............................
Lieutenant-Colonel-
W illiam D. Barnes....................... ..................................
Major-
W illiam H. Dial.......................................
Surgeons-
Assistant Surgeons-
Adjutants-
SF. F. L'Engle, Lt. and',Adj........ ................ .......................
SJ. B. Blackwell..... ....................... ......... ........................
Sergeant Major-
Quartermaster-
Commissary-
Chaplains-
Quartermaster-Sergeants-
Commissary-Sergeants-
Hospital Steward-



Roll Company A-ist Florida Reserves.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICEKII.
Captain-
Isaac B N ichols................................................... ........................
ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLIT1EI) MEN.
Bauknight, A. IB...................... May '04 .................
Blackwell Jesse G ...........................Mch. 31. '64 ......... ... Promoted Adjutant of Regiment: wounded while
Cassels, Samuel V............................. '64.............M.... chasing deserters between Live Oak and Jasper.
Che ser. G. D................................. ........ ......... ............
Haddock. Z. T ..... ... ........ Ap.... 64April 04April '5
H arvall, D G .................................... .................. ....................
Harvard, D. G............................... ..........
Johnson, D W .................................. ........... ... ................
MePhifer, D ............ .... ..... .................... April 9, '65
Mixon. Charles B...................... April 30. '04 April 9, '65 With Company H, 2nd Cavalry.





















308 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-xst Florida Reserves.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Mixon. W. H................... .... .. .... April '5
Patterson, W R..... ................... ..
Peacock, W illis.................................. ..... ...... April '65
Reddick, J. P........... ...................................... April 9, '65
Russell )avid Y................... May 12, '63 April 9, '65
Tillman. William .......... .......... May '....................... Discharged December, '64. at Lake City.


Roll Company B-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Castain-
J B. SpA enter ............................. ............... .......................... Served to close of the war.
xst Lieutenant-
J. G. Blackwell.. ................................... 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant.
ENLI.TEDI MEN.
A verett B ................................ .... ...... ...... ....... ....
A verett, J. E ............... ........ ... .................. ...............
Barker, W H ..... ................................ ......... ................
Barrington, Hezekiah E...... ................. ......................
Blair. Henry A.......................................... May '65
Bland, James.......................... ..... ..... .... ......
Brock, James A...................... ....Jan. '64 May '65
Bryan, Milton J.............................. ..................
Cason. W C.......... ............... ......... .
Cheshire, M. T.......................... ..... ..
Creekmore, A. R........... ...........Mh. 4 May '65
Delough. I ward.............. .......... ....April '4 ....... .. ..
Dempsey. Mathew W ..... ........... ..June 20, '63 .....................
Dorman, B. B ............................ ....Mch. 15, '6-1...... ....... Discharged March 15, '65,;for disability.
D)hpree, Gecorge W........... .... ....May '04 May '05
Ellis, J. ......................................... ........................ Wounded, Natural Bridge.
Frier. Jo hua........... ..... ... .................. ......
Gardner. William T...................pril 4 ....................
Gihhs, James.................................Mch. '64 May
Gibhs. Shaderick......... ............... pril 1, '64
G reen S A .......................... .... ................... ........ ........................
H all, N ehem iah ........................... ..... .......... ............. .. ...
llnrrel, John J ................... ...................
llelvington, Jan es II......... ..... .............. .........
Ilunt, J toln W .... ... .... ................ .......... M ay '6
Johns IlH nry ... ... ........... .............I ............... .
Jones, C ......................................... ........................................ ........ ..
Jones, Ma
Jones, S. M ..... ..................... ...... ........................... M ay '65
.eigh, Phileman ....................... ... .......................
Meeks. Green A................. ........... .... ...... May '6
M weeks. ... .................... .... ....................... ay '
P lh iill. T. A ...... ........... ....... ....................... M ay '65
Reeves. Jonathanr....................... ......................... May '65
Shiver, Ja el.s A............................ ......................... M ay 't.
Stcidwell. I1 .................. ....... .................... .... M ay '65
W alstoii, W F........................ .... .. ................
White. (:iorge C.................... .... '64 May '65
White. Jme L.................................................. Ma '65 Accidentally shot in left arm June, '64.
W illis, J. J ......... .. .. .. .......... ......... .. .
W illis, J. W ...... ................... .............. ................ M ay '65
W ilson, Alex............................................ May '65
Wilson. Alfred................... .... '64 May '65
Wilson, 1. .1 Mt-v '15
Wilson. R. W M._ '561


Roll Company C--st Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
W W Poe.... ......... .............. .................
1st Lieutenant-




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 309


Roll Company C-ist Florida Reserves.
CONTINUED. )


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, John L..........................ay 64 ..................... Wounded at Natural Bridge; discharged from pri-
Bates, James M...... ......... ........... .............. son at Elmira, N. Y., March, '65.
Belser, Stephen T........ ........ ............
Bevis, William.......................... May 12, '64 May '5
Bevis, Win.....
Carroll, John ................ ....................................
Floyd, B. S........................................... ........................ ........................
Ford, W J....................................................... ........................
Johnson, James D......... ........... May 12, '64 May '65
ohnson, J. I...................................... ................... .......................
Lanier, G. A..... ....................................... .......... ...........
Lanier, John......................... May '64 May 20, '65
McDonald, W. L ................. ................ ............ May '65
Maer, William E ........................... April '64 May 20, '65
Neel, Henry C.............. ......... ..... May '65
Nichols, Alfred.......... ..... Aug. 15, 64May '65
Oswald, R. E................ ....................................... May '65
Parish. J. H ........................................ ........... May '65
Tidwell. W. J.................................... May 12, '64 May '(5 Discharged October 1.'64'for disability.


Roll Company D-ist Florida Reserves.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
Thomas T. McDaniel............. May '61 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Acree Sam uel...................... ....... Jun 1 '4 .......................
Barrington, IIezekiah E......... April 15, '04 ........................ Promoted Corporal.
Bell, George W ........................................................
B ryant, T. J.. ................... ...................... ............
Burnett, James............. ............................
Burnett, R ichard.... ................................................... .......
Caruth, W illiam ..... ....... ..... ..... ......................
Cornett, William M.... ....................................
Cottingham, Elkanah...........................
Deas, Bryant ........................... .... '62 ... ...........
Deas, Joseph .......... '62 ... ....
Drew, M. 6........... ...................... .. ......
Fletcher, Napoleon ............. July '64 ... ...........
Fletcher, Reuben.............................................. .... .... .... Accu ed'of'esertion.
Gaston, Alex........................... May 15, '64................. Died at Lake City, Fla., September. 30. 'li from
"disease. S i'. o
Ginn, Charles W ........ ....... ....................... ................... Mortally wounded at Olustee Felruary;20, '64 and
Gramling, A. Walker......... ......... ...................... died in two weeks at Lake City, Fla.
rambling. Willim A..... ....May..........
Grinstead, Duncan ,....... .......... .
Henderson, II. ..... ... April '4 ....................... Discharged November 12, '64 for disability.
Hickey, Jefferson ...... .......... June 15, '64 ... ..........
Hunt, Josiah H................. ...........................
Jam es, euben................................. ......... .. ................
Jackson, Golden...... ..................63 .... ...........
Knowles, R. A............................
Land, W............. .... July 18, '4 .........
Land, ry W.. .................................. ....................
Land, W................................. ................
Lewis, James J......................... May '63 ........ .... Promoted'Lieutenant, Co. A; discharged February
Loper. A. J..... .............. ............. ........................ 28, '65, for consumption.
McAlpin, D. ........................... April 15, '64 May 15, '65
McCollough John F........ ...... May 15 '65
McKinney, Madison.. .......... April '64 April 10, '65
Owens. Joseph ................. April 10. 65
Pa e, H............................... .. .......June '64 ; April 10, ',6
Peek, O. F................................... ..... April 10, '65
Pert, J. J..................... .................. April 10, '65





















31o SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


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


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Ieter. n, Tim othy........................................................... april 10, '65
Pridlc a n, Jol 1 E. .......................... ................ ..... April 10, '65
Sulliva J............................................ .................... A april 10, '65
W ebb, J. P....................................... ........... .......... April 10, '65
Webb, L......................... ......... .... April 10, '65
W illis, J. D........................................ May '64 April 10. '65


Roll Company E-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Wilson D. Tubervlle................. May 15, '63 April '65 Promoted Captain.
ist Lieutenant-

2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
A lford, E H .............................................................. ..................
Alligood, William.......................... May '62 ....................
A nderson, M B ....................................................... ..................
Boyd, W. H...... ....................... April '64 ..... ...........
Bradshaw, W. J........... .............. .......... ................
Core, G W .... ........................................... ........................
Crumu, John R................................ Aug.. '64 ................ Discharged '64 for disability.
Demilly, W. A................. ........................ ........
Edwards. H K .................................. ..................
Felkel, H T ....................................... ...................... ..................
Ferrell, W B ...................................... ................. .....................
Forbes, R B................................. '64 ........... .........
G waltney. J. H .......................................................... .......
Hamlin, Wells....... ............... '62 May '65 Reenlistedlin Captain Tuberville's Co.
Hinson, John J............................ '64 May 15, '65
Hodge, B. B............................... May '64.... ....
Horn, John Thomas...................... Mh. '64 May 15, '65 Wounded at Natural Bridge by explosion of bomb.
Hulberson, M. B...............................................................
Joyner, W B .............................I... ........................ ........................
Linzey, Moses...... ................ M.Mch.. 15, '65 .................. Discharged April 1, '65, for disability.
Pelt, Drant........................... ....................... May 15 '65
Pigott, S. T................................. .. ....... May 15, '65
Priest, C. ........................................ ....... ........... M ay 15, '65
Reynolds, John I........................ '64 May 15, '65
Roach, Charles W...... ........ ............ May 15, '65
Roberts. Leonida............ ......... May 1, '64 May 15, '65
Roddenbery, Sampson.... .... ... ........ May 15, '65
Skipper. C. H............................... ............. May 15, '65
Stafford. S. T.................................................. May 15, '65_____


Roll Company F-ist Florida Reserves.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
1'Wiley A. Barwick ................... ...................... .................
ist Lieutenant-
and Lieutenant-

3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Bishop, James L........................... Mch. '64 ........................
B ishop, J. N ..................................... ................... .....................
Bishop, Martin...................................................
Bozeman, Elishua W................... ........................................... Died at hme while on furlough November 24, '64.
Grubbs, John..................................... ......... ............................ Killed at Natural Bridge, Fla., March, '65.
H am rick. J. M ................................ M ch. 64 .... ................

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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 311


Roll Company F-ist Florida Reserves.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

Hartsfield, Jake F...................... June '64 ...................
Henry, C. W..... ............................... ...........
Hodges, J. R.....................................'64May '6
H uggins, J. T ............................... ....................... ... ......
Kinney. Russell.......................... Mch. '64 ...............
Lee, J. S ............................................................ ........................
Letchworth, Thomas G................... May '64............ Wounded at Natural Bridge March, '65.
Lightsey, H enry.................................. ............... ....................
Martin, Samuel................................. '62 May 20, '65
M ay, M S........ ................................................... May 20, '65
Odom, Samuel.................................. ... ............... ........................ W wounded at Natural Bridge.
Patterson, William R................ June '62 June '65
orter, Joseph C...................... ................... June 20, '65
Standley, W. E................................. May '62 June 20, '65 Wounded on way to Natural Bridge by falling
Thomas. W. C..... ............... ................ June 20, '65 from a ear.
Tindale, Jeremiah...... ............... .. ........................ Discharged for disability.
W oods, W H A.................................................... June 20, '65


Roll Company G-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
i- H awkins................................................. ........................
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISThD MEN.
Arnold, Daniel J............................. May 1, '63 May 10. '65
Bell, Benjamin.......................... .... May 10, *64 ........................ Lost hearing from explosion of a bomb at Natural
Dortch, David J............................... M..h. '64 Bridge.
Harvey, Jesse W .... ............ ..... .... ........................................
Hodges,II. J............ July '64 May 10, '65
S H over, W T ..................................... ................. ......................
Jones, Calhoun...................................................
Lock, David................... ......... Jan. '64 May '5
Motes, David............................... '64 May '65
Roberts, John F...................... July 1, 64 April 2 65
Thomas. W. C................. ....... .... April 20 '5


Roll Company ---ist Florida Reserves.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.
Captain-
( ree I o ges........................ ............... ........................
1st Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
Joshua A. Jones..................... April '64 May '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; shot at No. 4, near
3rd Lieutenant- Cedar Keys, Fla., July, '64.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adkins, E. N................................... May 8, '64 May '6.
Alderman, Daniel A......................... May '64 June 3, '65
A lvarez, D rew ................................................ ........................
Alvarez, O. M................................... ...........................
A lvarez, R om an......................... ........... .................
Baker, E C......................... ......... M ay '64 ........ ............
Brown, Isham............... .................. .......
Conner, William........................... May '64 June 3, '65 Lost left leg from fall through trssel near St.
Douglas, F. H............ ................... Marks, August 10, '64.
Dukes, M W ............................. M ch. 20, '64 ......................
Durrance, Nathan B.. ............ ........ ................
H odges, E D ... .................................................... .........
Hutchinson, Joseph F..................... '64 May '5









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312 SOLDIERS OF-FLORIDA.


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

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

K elley, Sam uel ................................................... ..................
Parih, H. M................. ..................... May '65
Re likk, Drew..... ................. April 18, '4 ........................ Died April 20, '5.
Reeves, J. W................................ June '4 May '5
Rimes. J. M................................................ ... May '5
Sheflield. James K ....................... April '4 May 18, '65
Simmons, Charles T........................ May '04 May '05
Simmons, John F...................................................................... Wounded at Natural Bridge March, '65.
Walker. E....... ...................... .................. April 9. '65


Roll Company K-ist Florida Reserves.

NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
OFFICERS.
Captain-
Joshua L. McGahagin................. May '64 April '65
Ist Lieutenant-
John W Jeffords........................ May '4 .... ................
and Lieutenant-
John M Graham ......................... ........................ April '65
3rd Lieutenant-
James Gore.......................... May 64 ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams. James.................................. ay '64 ......... ........ Died in hospital.
Agnew. Enoch W.......................... May '64 April '65 2nd Corporal.
Beal, Moses........................... May '64 ..................
Beal, Toss ............... ....... .... May '64 April '65
Blair, William..... ................... May '64 April '65
Brantley. William................M... ay '64 April '65
Brinson, James S ....................... May '64 April '65
Brooks, Frederick............................. ............ ........ ... ..
Buckston, Littleton........................ ay '64 April '65
Caldwell. F. E................................. May '64 .... ................
Carroll, Benjamin...................... a 64 ...........
Caruthers, Wiley........................ ay '64 April '65
Caruthers, Reuben........ ...... ay '65 April '65
Colding, George W..... y .... .64............... Sergeant.
Colding. William......................... May '64 April '65
Ellis, Isham................................. ay '64 ....... ........ Deserted.
Ellis, John................................... '4......................... Deserted.
Fort, Isaiah J....................... ay '64 ..................
Gaskins. William.............................. ay '64 April '65
Gerald, Henry..................................... ay '64 April '65
Granger, Hugh........................... ay April '65
Holley, Alexander...... ............. May '64 April '65 1st Corporal.
Hall. William...................... ...... May '64 April '65
Harvey, Jasper......................... ay '64 April '65
Hill, John...... ......................... ay '64 April '65
Hull, Benjamin J....................... ay '64 April '65 Sergeant.
Hull. James E. B........................... May 28, '4 April '65
Johnson, Frank C..................... ay '64 April '65
Leitner. Pierce B..................... ay '64 April '65
Luker, Alfred..... .......................... may '64 April '65
McGahagin, William E................... May '64 April 65 2nd Sergeant.
Mann. Elbert..................................... May '4 April '65
M manning, John........................ ....... ay '6 ....................... Deserted.
Manning, Johnathan....................... May '6 ..............
Marsh, Henry........... ........... May '64 April '65
Marsh. Josep ................................... ay '64 April '5
Morrison, Daniel W....................... May '64 ........................ Died in hospital.
Perry. Joshua.............................. May '6 April '65
Perry. Preston............... ....... May '6 ............
Perry, W illiam ....... ... .... May '6 ........................
Rainer. Hardy................................... May '64 April '65
Roach. John................................... May '64 ........................ Corporal.
Ross, George J............................ May '6 April '5
Russell, Ichabod............................... May '64 April '65
Saddler William.......... .............. May '64 April '65
Scott, J. Warren.............................. May '64 April '65 1st Sergeant.
Smith, Marshall.......................... May '64 Aril 05
Smith, Rufus H.... .... ..... May '64 April '65
Turner. William............................ May '64 April '65
Turner, William C., Jr................... May '64 April '65
Weaver, Bryant............................... May '6 April '65
Weaver, Jackson........................... May '6 April '65
Williams, John D....................... May '64 April '65 Sergeant.
Williamson, Paul............................. May ...................... Died in hospital.
Williamson. Thomas..................... May '64 April '6
Worey, Jacob.................................. May Aril '65





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 313


Roll Company L-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMARKB.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
S. S. G ilchrist............................... ........ '64 .....
ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-

3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Causseaux, W. W............................ June '64 May 15, '65
Dunaway Samuel H.........................................
Edwards. W. W ............................. May '64 May 15, '65
Floyd, Theophilus....................... Mch. 15, '64 April 15, '65
G atlin, R D ................................... ................................................
Green, Thomas................................. Jan. '65 .... ...............
Gunn, William................................ June 3, '64 .................. Promoted Corporal.
Haygood, Richard R..................... June '64 May '65
H inson, D M ..... ..............................................................
Johnson, A J................................... ................. ...................
em p, J. B ....................... .................
McDougal, Archibald N ........... June '64 ay 15 '65
McIntosh Augustus L.................... April 1, '4 May 15, '65
Mclhail, J. ) ...... ....... ........ ....... May 15, '65
M martin, M L.. .......................... ....................... May '65
Mitchell, T mas.............. ........... May '65
Rudd, Elias J.......................... April '4 ay 15, '65
Shaw, L. W ....................................... ................... M y '65
Strange, S. ........................................... '65
Todd, William.............................. June 8, '6May 65
Waldon. Orvin.............................................. May '65


Roll Company ..-ist Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
James W. Faulkner.......................... ........ ......
ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, F. M........................ .............. .......
Faulkner, A. J.......................................................... Served 12 months in 1st Fla. Regiment at Pensa-
Gunter, Thomas L...................... April '64 ....................... cola and reenlisted in this Co.
Henderson, William C...................... '64 April '65
Hodges, Ezekiel........... ...................................
Mathis, M. C.....................................June 15 '64 May 20, '65
Parker, Miles W............................ ........... April '65
Smith, S. N.................... .......April '64 April 20, '65
W ilder, J. M ................... ........... ............. .......... April 20. '65


Roll Company ..-ist Florida Reserves.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Sim M anning...... ..............................................................
ist Lieutenant-
J. L. Brooks...................... .............................. ...................... Prom oted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
H srtsfield, W illiam ................................ .... .......................




















314 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company .-ist Florida Reserves.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

High, J. P ...... ............. Aug. '03 April 9, '05
McClellan, J. L.. ....................................... April 9, '65
Palmer, J; Dabney 6.........'62 April 9, '65
Townsend, Charles...................... May 8, '64 April 9, '05
W alker, J. E...................................... ............ April 9, '65
Woods, W. I. A............................ .....................___


Roll Company ..-2nd Florida Reserves.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Sam uel A gnew ............................. ................ ............ .......
ist Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Agnew, E. W ...... ............... ..... ............
Brooks, Thomas......... ........ .......... ...........
Godwin, J. J...... ...... .... Se t. .... .......
Harvey William J...... ............'4 May '65
Johns, James W .. ........................................ ........................
Johnson, Ezekiel ......................... ........................ ........................
Johnson, Mikel L............................. July '63 ...................... Wounded at Cedar Keys, Fla.
Mundon, Isaac................................ ..................... May '65
Pasteur, John........................................................ May '65
Pedrick, Thomas.............................. May '65 Wounded by explosion of shell at Chattanooga,
Petereon, Charles................................................ ay '65 Tenn., '64.


Roll Company A-Florida Militia.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS

OFFICERS.
Captain-
L. M. Gamble...... .......... ............. .............
1st Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Barineau, M.................................. '64 May '65
Collins, Jeremiah...... .......... Oct. 7, '62...........
Condry, W .................................................................... ..
Barrier, John L.................................. Oct. '63 May 20, '65
Owens, R W .......... ....................... ........................ May '65


Roll Company B-ist Confederate Battalion.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
J.M. Johnson....................... ............................................ Died at Mobile, Ala, May '81.
lit Lieutenant-
Joseph Moore.................... ............................. ........................ Died during the war at Fort Pillow, Tenn.
and Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Davis, Thomas.......................Oct. 10, '1 ....................... Wounded at Corinth, Miss., '62.
Delmar, Eugene................................ '61 ... ......... Wounded at Fort Pillow, Tenn., August, '62 from
explosion of shell, captured and paroled from
prison at close of war.
Hugon, Benjamin J.......................... Sept. '01 .............. Wounded at the Wilderness May 6, '64.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 315


Roll Company B-ist Confederate Battalion.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Moore, W. ................................ ........................ ........................ Shot at Petersburg October 1, '64; paroled at close
Capers, G. C........... ...................................................................... of the war.
C apers, J. 0 ........................................ ........................ ........................
Dela y Andrew............................. M ay 64 ........................
Johnson, J. E................ ..........
oseph, Antonio........................... '61 May '65
M ouley. W H1 .................................... ........................ M ay '65

Roll Capt John T. Leslie's Company-Munnerlyn's Battalion.

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
John T Leslie...................................................... ..................
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Casey. Jose h.................................. June '63 ....... ....
Collins, John.......................................... ........................ .. ....
Davis, Irvin..................... ...... May '63 May '65
Hawkins, John W..........................................
H enderson. W B .................................................. ... ....... .....
Hopson, Allen J........................ ept. '62 ......................Ran over by government waon and ruptured.
Jones, Mitchell........................... June '64 My '65 Transferred to Captain John Parson's Co.
Jones, Redding B........................ April '62 May '65
Jordan, Htenry.................................. '63 May '65
Lanier. J. 11.......... .......... ...................
McClelland. J. L.................................................................... Discharged, under age; reenlisted, Captain Hen-
Mooney. John...... ..... ..... ........... May '65 dry's Co.
Platt, William. ... .. July 65
Prine, James ............ ......... June '63 July '65 Discharged for disability.
Sloan, Daniel... ............ ......... ..... July '6
Wells, G. W........................................ ........ July '65
W ilson, R M .............................. ... ........................ July 65




MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMEs. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Captain-
W W W all....................................................................................
FNLISTED MEN.
S D arby, John W ........... ................................... ........................
H ope, W M ....................................... ........................................



NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
Captain-
C. F. Stul ................................................. ........................
ENI.IRTED MEN.
Blount, W illiam ........ ..... .... ..................... ..............
B lount, W illiam 0 I............................................... ..................
Blount, W. S. T.................... ...............................................
Burnett. J. H ................ ........... ................... ............
Rogers R. F......................................................................................Mustered out at close of war.



NAME MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
Captain-

ENLISTED MEN.
Blitch, F. W ........ .......................... '63 ....................... Paroled at close of war.
Britch, J. G.............. .......... ...............
M cM ullen, D avid.............................. .................. A april '65





















316 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Capt. E. J. Lutterloh's Company-Independent Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
E. J. Lutterloh................... ..................... ..............
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
James A. Brock........... .............. April 15, '61 ..................
3rd Lieutenant-
ENIJSTED MEN.
B each, John L ..................................................... ........................
Bush, Jeptha...... ....................... April 15, 1 .... ................
Cannon, Madison................................................................
D otson, W J............ ...................................... ........................
Faircloth, D aniel D .................................................. ..................
H ardee, J. S........................................................... ...................
Hatcher, Isham....... '62 April '65
H ines. Isaac........................ .... ...........................................
H older, W illiam D .................................................... ............
Hogans, Daniel B ........................ 63 ................... Discharged in '64, for disability.
H udson. S. W .................................... ........................ ........................
eavett, George .................................................... ..
Osteen, Solomon................ .... Aug. 1, '64 April '65
Philpot, Thomas W....... .......... July '64 April '65 Shot at No. 4. near Cedar Keys.
R ucker, B. F ................................. ........................ April '65
Sheppard, Simeon A...................... ...................... April 65
Slaughter, C. L...................................................... April '65
Turner, J. .................. .................... April '65
Townsend, John H......................... July 1, '64 April '65
Watson W. J........................ Sept. '63 April '65
Wood. W................................Aug. 1, '64 ................


Roll Capt. E. A., Fernandez' Company-Detached Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARK.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
E A Fernande ...... ........................................... ............
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Campbell, J. W .... ....... Sept. 1, '64 May '65
Cook, Bryant.. ......................... Jan. 1, '63 May '65
H arrell, H .....................................................................................
Harris, P. M........... .................
ohnson. Green............... Fb. '65.................. Wounded accidentally at New Troy, Fla., March
O den, W H .................................... ........................ May '65 15, '65.
Price, G. W .................................. ........................ May '65
Sm ith, E........................................ ...................... M ay '65


Roll Capt. F. A. Hendry's Company-Independent Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
OFFICERS.
Captain-
F A H endry.................................................. ........................
Ist Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Blount, Benjamin F.............................................................
B lount, J. J................................. ............... ........................
B rooker, E .......................................... .................... .....................
Durrance, John R........................... April 1, '63 April '65
Flint, William R........... ............... '64 April '65 Shot accidental by comrade of same Co.
Green, Jam es................................. '64 .... ...............
Hendry, W. M ............. ......................
Keen, E. B........................................ July 13, '64 April '65
Pearce, P S........................................ ........................ A pril '65
















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 317

Roll Capt. F. A. Hendry's Company-Independent Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

Raney, Joseph................................ '63 April '65
Sapp, John......................................... May '64 May '65
Bummerlin, Jasper................. April '65
Wiggins, R. 0.......................... June 15, '4 April '65 Wounded while guarding a vessel at Bay Port, Fla


THE NAVY IN FLORIDA.

A steamer named the Spray was fitted up as a war vessel and did very
efficient service along the Gulf coast. On May o1, 1861, the Spray attacked
the United States schooner William C. Atwate, manned with 31 men, off Cedar
Keys. The Atwater was taken into Appalachicola and converted into a block-
ade runner. It was captured in January, 1862, by 'he United States steamer
Itasca. In June, 1861, the privateer "Jefferson Davis,' 'a small brig with letters
of marque from the Confederate Government, sailed out of Charleston harbor
under command of Capt. L. M. Coxetter. The crew of this vessel was com-
posed largely of Floridians; among them William Baya, afterward Lieutenant-
Colonel of the 8th Florida Regiment, was Lieutenant of Marines. In a cruise
of three months on the Atlantic coast this vessel captured eleven prizes. Be-
ing chased by United States war vessel in August she attempted to run into
St. Augustine but was wrecked on the bar.
On June 25, 1861, a levy of 20 men from the companies of Captains
Williams and More, afterward Cos. B and C, from the 2nd Regiment, then
stat oned at Cedar Keys, went in the steamer Madison on which a six-pounder
was mounted, and recaptured four schooners, which had been taken by the
United States steamer Massachusetts, a few days before, and sent them, with
Leuitenant Seldon, U. S. N., and 19 marines, the prize crew, into Cedar Keys.


Roll Confederate Navy of Florida.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Bazzell, C. E................ ........... ................................................ Under Capt. C. R. Jones; Steamer "Chattahoo-
chee."
Castello, George..... ...................... .................... .......... Under Captain George Hays.
Cattenetti. ) ing........................ ........................ ...... ......... nd r Captain wis.
Chase, J. II.................... De. .......................... Under Captain McLaughlin; (Naval Batt).
Comforter, Nicholas.......................... ....................... ...... Under Captain Lewis.
Coonrod, Loreno ) ......................................... ........................ Under Captain C. R. Jones "Chattachoochee";
transferred to Gun Boat "Savannah," N. C.,'63.
Cone, Fountain II....... .......................... .... Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray."
Cone, William H......... ..... April 11, '64 ........................ Gun Boat "Spray."
Dykes, John........................................
Harmon, T H....... ... ............... '4 ........................ under Captain Jones; "Chattachoochee,'!
Garo. Abram.. ....... ...... ........ Mch. '62........................ Under Captain McGary; Gun Boat "Spray."
Johnston, Edward................................ ............. ......... Confederate Ram, Savannah; engineer, captured,
'63 and died in prison at Fort Warren October
13, '63.
Moore, James W ................................ .............................................. Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray."
Philips, James M.......................... N ....................... Under Capt. Geo. Hays.
Taylor, G. T.............................. '62 ............. .. Under Captain Jones "Chattachoochee."
Theobald, John ........................ '6 May 65 Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray."
Shiple, J. H ................ ..... ......................May '6 Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray."
Syfrette, F. M. E............................. Sept. '62 May '65 Under Captain Jones; "Chattachoochee."




















318 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Conscript Camp at Marianna, Fla., in Charge of Maj. J. E. Galliger.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Major-
J. E G alliger.................................. ............ .......................
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, Danile L...... ................
McCallam. R. L............. ......... ... April '65
Mclae, Charles..... ............. .. June 1, '64April '65
McSwain, A.................. .... ......... ..... April '65
Sconiers, William F......... ....... June 1 '64April '65
Snell, William................................ June 11, '64 April '65


Roll of Volunteer Conscripts; Baneau's Battalion; Anderson's Brigade.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMAbRS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Broome, Thomas H..... ........ ....................... ....................... Lieutenant; commanding.
Dirmany. J. T..... .... ........... Sept. '62 ...................... Lost right eye at Olustee. Fla.. February 20, '64.


Roll of Conscript Camp at Madison, in Charge of Colonel J. J. Daniels.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Bellamay, W. D..................... ....... .............................. Promoted Sergeant.
C lem ents, J. G .................................. ........................ ..................
Shaw, W W .................................... '64 April '65


Roll Camp of Instruction at Madison, Fla., in Charge of Colonel Rogers.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, J. J.... ........ ........ ........................
B lount, W S. I.......................................................... ..................
Fraser, C. C ........................................ .... .... ...........
Harrell, H. S...... ................... Mch. '64 ........................ Discharged November, '64 for disability.
Jenkins. Chesley J........................ Feb. 1, '63 ........................ Injured accidentally by himself with a hatchet.
enkins F. J......................... .................................................. and disabled, '63.
Johns, A J...................................... .......................... ....
Philips, James.................... Mch 15 '62.................. Discharged January 6, '64 for disability.
Thornton, John.....
Thornton. John ............... .................... ... ........................
Thornton. William......................... ''62 ..................... Paroled at close of war.


Roll Soldiers of Florida, Miscellaneous.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Alexander, C. R................................ '61 .......... ........
Ball J. W ............................. .. ............................... ........ ............ Under Captain A. Godwin; Home Guards.
Barrincau, John C............................ ................ ......................... W as in battle of Natural Bridge.
Bell. V. T ...... ....... Under Capt. M. M. Johnson.
Bevis A.......................................................................................... Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards; partici-
pated in fight at Marianna September 27 '64.
Conner, William....................................................... ................... In Hutchinon's detachment at Natural Bridge.
Dixon A. ..................................De. '62 ........................ Captain of Home Guards;wounded at Bluff Spring,
Fla., December, '64.
Downing, John T............................ '62 ........................ Under Capt. Thomas H. Broome, attached to Ban-
non's Battalion of of Ga., Anderson's Brigade.
Dyneu, Jerry................................. May '64 .................. Under Catan John Parson; Independent Co.
Folsom. J. Y........................... ......................... Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 319


Roll Soldiers o fFlorida, Miscellaneous.
,(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED U BTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Gwyn, B. G...................................... '64 May '65 Under Captain Lou Williams; Reserves.
R olin.......................................... ..... ..... May '65 Under Captain Phil Dell; st Reserves.
Hattiwanger, Levi.......................... Feb. 28, '64 May '65 Under Captain Hawkins B, 2nd Reserves; promo-
ted 1st Sergeant Co. B, 2nd Regiment.
Haynes, Milton.................................. Sept. '63 May '65 Under Captain Stark; 2nd Battalion, Co. H; pro-
moted Captain Co.-5th Battalion.
Hodge Sam .................................... '64 '65 Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards.
Horn E. F.................... .......... ..................... ........................ Under Captain James Hunt; Co. F.
Jones, C .................................. ........................ ........................ Under Captain Hawkins; Co. B, 2nd Reserves.
ones, J. A.................................................................. ............ Under Captain James Hunt: Co. F...........................
Jones, S. D........................................ ............................................... Under Captain J. N. Jones and Colonel McCor-
mick.
Lewis, Arthur......................................... ........ ........... Under Captain Jesse J. Norwood;wounded Septem-
ber 27, at Marianna, Fla., and died two days
afterwards.
MeNealy, Adam...... ............... ................
Mathews, William............. ....... Sept. 27, '64......................Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards, captured
and died in prison at N. Y.
Merrett, A....................................................... May 5 Under Captain Jesse J. Norwood.
Nettles, William W....................... .... ...... May '65 Under Captain Daniel Sloan.
Nims, J. R........ ...................... ................. May '65 Under Captain Jesse Pritchett; promoted 2nd Lie-
utenant of Home Guards.
Peary. T, J.................................:..... Mch. 5, '62 '64 From Gadsden County, Fla., enlisted in 29th Ga,
Regiment; lost finger at Kennesaw Mt., lost arm
and disabled at Joneshorough, Ga.
Raker. Leonida..............................'4 May '65 Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards.
Sylvester, J. P............ ... ........ .... May '65 Under Capt. W. B. Henderson.
Timmons, Timothy G ..........June '62 April '64 Under Captain King of 1st Reserves.
Wofford, J. I................................ ................. '64 Under Captain Starke.
Belcher, W A................................... ................. ........................ Corporal.
Bell, J. W ......................... .................
Black, George ............................. 61 ........................ Under Capt. J. F. P. Johnson; Hollands Batt.
Bryant, J. W................................ Mch. '61 ........................ Under Captain Pyles transferred to '62 Captain
Moore, Ind.; wounded in R. R. accident, Gaines-
ville.
Butler, Lee.......................................................................... Captain; wounded, Natural Bridge March, '65.
Collins, John M arion........................ ...... ............ .......................
Denham, James................... ..................... .... .... Sergeant; wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65.
Farrier, Jam es M .............................. ............................
Frink, J. W...... ......................... .................. Under Capt. J. C. Wilcox; Independent.
Hart, Oscar ....................................... ...................... .................Wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65.
Mathis, Joshua.................................. '64 ........................ Under Captain James King; Independent.
Morgan. T. F....................................................................... ......... Wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65.
Robinson, J. L............................................................. ......... Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards.
Spivey, J. E.............. ...... .......... ........... ...............
Summerall, David.................... ............
Taylor, John D......................
T harp. Sam uel.................................. ...... ....................................
W alker, E. G ........... .................... ......... ............... ............ Died M arch 11, '97.
W allace, Thom as J............................ ..........................
W aters, John W ........... ....................................... ................
White, John B................................... ......
Whitton Elias.................................. .. .................. ... Died September 13, '99.
W ilder, E H ...................................... ........................ ...................
W illiams, J. J...... .......................... ........................ .................... W wounded, March, '65 Natural Bridge.
W illiam s, Jeptha V.......................... ........................ ........................ Died June 3, '01.
Wingats, Jerry ....................................................... ........................Died June 3, '01.
Wingate, Jerry.....
W y he...... ................................................... ........................ W wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65.


Roll, Field and Staff-Florida Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Brigadier-Generals- -,
Edward A. Perry............... c '...........h. ... ... Captain of Co. A, 2nd Infantry, promoted Colonel;
May 10, '02. Brigadier-General, August, '62:
wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30. '62; at the
Wilderness May 5, '64, and disabled.
Joseph Finnegan............................ '1 ........................ Resigned, '64.
Theodore Brevard...................6....................... Captain of Co. D, 2nd Regiment, Major of Cavalry
in '62-'63; Colonel, llth Florida Regiment, '64;
promoted Brigadier-General,'65.
David Lang.......................................................................... Cantain Co. C. 8th Regiment. Colonel September
17. '62; commanded Fla. Brigade at the battle
of Gettysburg. '63. commanded Fla. Brigade
from May 5. '64 until relieved by General Bre-
vnar; commanded Fla. Brigade at surrender.





















320 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll, Field and Staff-Florida Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.
(CONTINUED.),

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Adjutant-General-
B. F. Simmons, 1st Lt. & A....................................... .... ...... 1st Lieutenant and A. A. G.; surrendered at Appo-
mattox.
Brigade Quartermaster-
W inkle..................................................... ..................... M major; surrendered at Appom attox.
Assist. Brigade Quartermaster-
Louis 1fyer................................... ............................................... Captain; surrendered at Appomatox.
J. 11. .JohnIson............................. ....................... .......................... Captain; surrendered at Appomatox.
Brigade Commissary-
Thomas C. Elder.......................................... ....................... Major; surrendered at Appomatox.
Assist Brigade Commissary-
R. W. Reid............................................ Captain; surrendered at Appomatox. '
Ordnance-
W H. Clark......................... .... ................ .... ................... st Lieutenant; surrendered at Appomatox.

MEDICAL OFFICERS.

Return of medical officers of the Army, Volunteer Corps and Militia,
including physicians employed under contract, together with detail physi-
cians of the Confederate States, serving in the State of Florida March 1865.


NAME. RANK. DATE COM. POST OR WHERE SERVED. REMARKS.
STATION.
John S. Bond............. Surgeon '61 Staff Bragg's Army Died in Jacksonville, Fla., '83.
A. S. Baldwin............ Surgeon ...................... Lake City ... .............. Died in Jacksonville, Fla.,
Henry A. Bacon........ Surgeon '63 Field ............... ........... Died, hospital at Fernandina,
'67.
L. W. Chamberlain.... Asst. Surg. July 19, '62 Camp Jackson Bat. Inf.
W. I. Colmer............. Asst. urg. Feb. 13, '63 Lake City Hospital Detail by General Finnegan at
request of Major Baldwin.
D. Cam.......................urgeon '63 Field 3rd Florida Inf.
J. E. A. Davidson...... Surgeon '62 Quincy ............ .......... Medical purveyor.
R. P. Daniel............... Surgeon '61 Virginia 8th Florida Inf.
J. W. Eppes ................ ............... '62 Field 2nd Florida Cav. Trans. Georgetown Hospital.
B. C. Fishburn .......... Surgeon Jan. 1, '62 Field Detached Cav.
C. Gamble................... Surgeon '61 Field Army of Tenn.
J. D. Godfrey............. Surgeon '62 Field 5th Florida Inf.
Thomas P. Gary........ Surgeon '64 Field 7th Florida Inf. Died in Ocala, '91.
Horatio lallifield...... Surgeon Aug.. '62 Field 5th Florida nat.
It. M. lolns ............. Asst. urg. 'i3 Army. Tcnn. Marion Artillery
). Hutchingsoun ........ Asst. Burg. '62 .Lake City IIosplital
J. ackney............. A. A. Surge. '64 Fort Reed WalsMn's Co. Died, Tanmpa '88.
Du 1'. Hooper............. Asat. Surg. '62 Virginia 8th Florida Inf. Died December 12, '63, on duty
at Fredericksburg, Va.
P. W. B. Hodges....... Surgeon ...................... Field 1st Florida Inf.
G. E. Hawes............... Surgeon ..................... Virginia 2nl Florida Inf.
G. L. Key................... A. A. urg. '64 Fort Meade F. A. Henry's Co.
W. A. Lively............... A. A. Surg. '64 Cook J. T. Leslie's Co.
J. E. LeEngle........... A. A. Surg. '64 sinke City Hospital
J. L. Mapp............. A. A. Surg. May 25, '63 5th Fla. Bat .........................
E. P. Paschar............. A. A. Surg. Mch. 15, '64 Live Oak Eng. Corps Detail Co. K, 2nd Florida.
Henry Pope................. A. A. Surg. .. .................... ........... ......
Thomas M. Palmer.... Surgeon '61 Richmond, Va. Florida hospital
Hy. H. Robinson....... Surgeon .............. Marianna Hospital Jacksonville, Address.
S. Stringer................... Surgeon July 13, '62 Staff Sub. District Fla. Died Brooksville, April 6, '01.
W. J. Scull.................. A. A. Surg. '62 Field Dunham's Art. Dead.
A. P. Smith................. Asst. Surg. Mch.. '63 Field 2nd Florida Cav. Dead.
E. T. Sabal.............. Surgeon .. .............. Richmond, Va. Hospital
S. M. E. Todd............. Surgeon .. .............. Field Camp Instruction Dead.
J. P. Wall................... Asst. Surg. Oct.,'61 Hospital Richmond, Va. Dead.
J. A. Williams............. Asst. Surg. ................ Field Co. H.FloridaCav
W. M. Wilson........... 4sst. Surg...................... Field Villepigue's Bat. Captured at Darby's still July
25. '64.
H1. M. Wheeden.......... Surgeon '62 Field 4th Florida Reg.
Theodore West........... Asst. Surge. .................... Field 8th Florida Reg. Marianna, Fla.
J. Turnbull .............A. A. Surg. Oct. 28 '64 Field Abel's Battery
A. M. Cox................... A. A. Surg. Aug., '63 Field Impress Labor
W. E. Collier............... A. A. Surg. .................... Field Ryn's Co. Dead.
G. M. L. Simmons.... A. Surg. Oct., '64 Bear Landing Agnew's Co.
J. M. Jackson............. A A. Surg. Nov. 14, '64 Clay Landing Lutteloh's Co.
A. P. Linford.............. A. A. Surg. Nov. 27, '63 Field 2nd Florida Cav. Dead
I). H. Hudson............ A. Surg. Jan. 25 '65 Field ....................... Detail from Campbell's Art'y.
J. McCall ................ A. A. Surg................ Field 2nd Florida Cav.
J. II. Randolnh........... Sureeon ................. Tnllnhnssee Sh. District Fin. Dead.

N. B. The above report was made from official documents in the possession of S. Stringer. Surgeon, P. A.C. S.








































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 321


Brigade Band.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

John M. Reddick................................................. April '65 Chief Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
John R. Harris ...... ............................................ Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
John Stewart...................................... ............................................... Musician surrendered at Appomatox.
William R. King.......................................................... ........ Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
Owen B. Cribbs... .................................. ....................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
James A. Newland............................................ ....................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
Thomas Andrew................................ ....................... ....................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
R. G. Hunter......................................................................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
Lawson Snead...................................... ........................ ....................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
Levi Johnson...................................... ................................................ Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
LeviW. H. Younger.................................. ........................ ................... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
W. H. Younger .............. .....................................Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
John Barrineau................. .......................................... ... ....... Musician; surrendered at Appomatox.
David W. Core .......................... ............... Drum Major; surrendered at Appomatox.
Gordan Cribbs.................................... ................ ........... .... ... Kettle Drum .
Mighael W inn............................... ..... .... .. Bass Drum.
Alonso Hernandez.......................................... ..... 2 B. Flat.
John Thompkins......... ............... .............................. 2 B. Flat
Charles D avis........ ............. ........................ ....................... Cym bal.




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