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    Note to Florida Civil War lists and rosters
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    Florida in the war between the states
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FLORIDA SOLDIERS: CSA
9TH, 10TH, 11TH
FLORIDA INFANTRY


State Arsenal
St. Frainis
Barracks
St. Augustine,
Florida











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



POST OFFICE BOX 1008
STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
Services Division are produced as a service to Florida
communities, historians, and to any other individuals, historical
or geneological societies, and national or regional governmental
agencies which find the information contained herein of use or
value.

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

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


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FLORIDA STATE DEPOSITORIES

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

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

Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
Cocoa Public Library (1968)
430 Delannoy Avenue *Tampa-Hillsborough County Public (1961
Cocoa, Florida 32922 Library System
900 North Ashley Street
*Florida Atlantic University (1968) Tampa,.Florida 33602
Library
P. 0. Box 3092 *University of Central Florida (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Library
Post Office Box 25000
*Florida International University (1971) Orlando, Florida 32816-0666
Documents Section
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail *University of Florida Library (1968)
Miami, Florida 33199 Documents Department
Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Florida State University Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division *University of Miami Library (1968)
Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Gov't Publications
P. 0. Box 248214
*Jacksonville Public Library (1968) Coral Gables, Florida 33124
122 North Ocean Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 *University of North Florida Library
Documents Division
*Miami-Dade Public Library (1968) Post Office Box 17605
101 West Flagler Street Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Miami, Florida 33130-1504
*University of South Florida (1968)
*Ocala Public Library (1972) Library Special Collections
15 Southeast Osceola Avenue 4204 Fowler Avenue
Ocala, Florida 32671 Tampa, Florida 33620

Orange County Library District (1968) University of West Florida (1968)
101 East Central Boulevard Documents John Pace Library
Orlando, Florida 32801 Pensacola, Florida 32514-5750
St. Petersburg Public Library (1968) Wt Pm B h P L
3745 Ninth Avenue, North West Palm Beach public Library (1968
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 00 Clematis
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

Rev. 1-7-89















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.















9th Florida

Columbia
Alachua
Alachua
Mar ion-Alachua
Hernando
Hernando
Putnam
Hi Isborough
Hernando
Columbus (city- can't identify 1860 county but probably Columbia)

10th Florida

Bradford-Nassau
Duval
Nassau
Wakulla
Nassau
Regional
Duva I
Alachua
Putnam

11th Florida

Jackson
Bay
Madison
Mad ison
Burtonville (City-County unknown)
Madison
Leon
Washington
















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Flor/da in the War between the states.



SWith 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, I861, Senator Yulee wrote from Washington to Joseph
Finnegan, "The immediate important thing to be do: e is the occupation of
the forts and arsenals in Florida the "naval station and forts at Pensa-
cola being first in importance." This was the policy pursued in all the South-
ern States on the ground that the works had been constructed by the public
money of the United States for the defense of each State, so that the State,
when leaving the Union, had a better title to the property than any one else.
Self defense was a further justification. In every case promises were offered
to account for the property taken, in the final and general settlement with the
United States.
Pensacola at once became the point in Florida upon which the attention
of both North and South were most anxiously concentrated. At the forts
near this city was apparently to be decided the question whether the National
Government would or would not submit peacefully to the secession of Florida.
In this uncertain condition the commanding officer, fearing a clash of arms,
abandoned the main and the Navy Yard and took refuge in Fort Pickens.
Lieut. Adam J. Slemmer, in the absence of his captain, John H. Winder,
who afterward became a general in the Confederate army, had command of
the company of United States artillery stationed at Pensacola Bay. The
Navy Yard and the vessels in the bay, the war steamer Wyandotte and the
store-ship Supply were under the orders of Commodore Armstrong, Com-
mander Ebenezer Farrand, afterward an officer in the Confederate navy, being
second in command. The 70 ordinary sailors and 48 marines at the Navy












36 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Yard were under command of Capt. Joseph Watson. Old Fort Barrancas
and Fort McRae, eac powerful works as against attacks from water, were not
designed to resist an assault from the rear, and any attempt to defend them
or the Navy Yard from such an assault would have been futile and inviting
the immediate destruction of the Navy Yard. (n January 8, 185r, Lieu-
tenant Slemm3r 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 to Slemmer abandoned the
mainland, spiked the guns at Fort Barrancas, destroyed over 2o,ooo pounds
of powder at Fort McRae and transferred his men to Fort Pickens on Santa
Rosa IslanI, where he h d a secur. stronghold, though his force was inade-
uate to properly garrison it.
Military companies from Alabama were already arriving at Pensacola to
assist Florida in taking possession of the Navy Yard and defensive works.
These Alabama volunteers were under the command of Colonel Tennant C.
Lomax, a Mexican War veteran. Chief in command. at Pensacola was the
appointee of the Florida State Convention, Major-General William H. Chase,
a native of Massachusetts, and officer of the United States army from 1819
tol]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 I856 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 the military and civil history of Florida, and the Santa
Rosa Guards, organized at Milton, Fla., under command of Capt. William
Harrison. The Rifle Rangers became Company A of the 2nd Florida Infantry,
and served in the Army of Northern Virginia. The Santa Rosa Guards were
disbanded after about three months' service and its members joined other
commands. 0O January 12, x861, Colonel In)max, with the Florida and
Alabama troops, seven companies, numbering 700 men, marched to the Navy
Yard, and halted at the East Gate. Leaving his men he, with Gene al Chase's
aides, Col. R. L. Campbell, Captain Randolph, late of the United States
army, Captain Farrand, la'e of the United States Navy, and'two Alabama
officers, Marks and Burroughs, proceeded to the office of Commodore Arm-
strong, where in the name of Governor M. S. Perry he dem i ded the surrender
of the Navy Yard and stores. To this demand Armstrong announced that
he would relinquish 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 Slcmmer determined to hold Fort Pickens and decl ned to
admit that the Governors of Florida and Alabama had any authority to demand
his surrender. General Chase made the second demand, which was
refused; later on a third attempt was made to induce the Lieutenant to aban-
don his position, but without success. On the mainland was assembled a












SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 37
force of volunteers ample to make the assault, and had not the Florida Senators
and other leaders in Washington, including Senator Jefferson Davis, tele-
graphed advice that no blood be shed, the first battle of the war would have
been fought on Santa Rosa Island in January 1861.
While these events were transpiring at Pensacola two companies of volun-
teer infantry, one under A. Perry Amaker of Leon county, and the other under
James Patton Anderson of Jefferson county, had marched from Tallahassee
to St. Marks, to take passage for Pensacola to engage in the proposed attack
on Fort Pickens. When that attack was abandoned these troops returned
to their respective stations to be called within three months to the arsenal
at Chattahoochee, where they became a part of the Ist Florida Regiment.
At the same time that the Navy Yard was occupied the Florida militia,
under orders of Gove nor Perry, occupied Fort Clinch on Amelia Island, and
on January 7, r86r, 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 11, 186I, 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 186I, shows
that he viewed this proceeding with sincere regret. It was his ambition to
create an army for "the independent nation of Florida," and while assisting
the Confederacy to the limit of his ability, reserved the right of Florida to
maintain an army of her own. Said the Governor in his special message in
November 1861, "volunteering has broken up the militia," and "the service
was disorganized by individuals organizing volunteers under the authority of
the Secretary of War, a power inconsistent with the rights of a free, sovereign
and independent State." The men who enlisted, however, were anxious only
about the probability of receiving orders to go to the front,, and whenever
this appeared unlikely they resigned or broke up their companies and enlisted
in those most likely to receive orders to go immediately to the front.
The first regiment organized was known as the Ist Florida Infantry. It
was composed of two companies from Leon, two companies from Alachua
and one each from Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Gadsden, Jefferson and Es-
cambia counties. These companies, with the exception of Company K (Pen-
sacola Guards),which was from Escambia county, rendezvoused at Chattahoo-
chee arsenal where they went into Camp of Instruction. There, on April 5,
x86I, the regiment was mustered into the military service of the Confederate
States for twelve months, and was organized by the election of Capt. James
Patton Anderson, of Jefferson county, Colonel; William K. Beard, of Leon
county, as Lieutenant-Colonel, and Thadeus MacDonell, of Alachua county,
as Major. Upon the completion of the organization of the regiment it was
ordered to Pensacola where it arrived April 12, I86I, and was there joined
by Company K. Like all regiments mustered in in the early days of 1861, it
enlisted for twelve months and served almost its entire term in Pensacola
and in that vicinity.
On October 8, 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 25o Georgians. In addition to
these there was one independent company from Georgia and one artillery
company. The troops landed on Santa Rosa Island at 2 o'clock on the morn-
ing of October 9, 1861; surprised the camp of New York Zouaves, who were
quickly driven out at the point of the bayonet and their camp and buildings
adjacent thereto set on fire. Finding it impossible to inflict further damage
on the Federals General Anderson ordered a retreat. Twenty prisoners were
taken by the Confederates, among them was Maj. Israel Bodges. The Fed-
eral loss was 14 killed and 36 wounded. Confederate loss 28 killed, 39 wounded













SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 39

and 30 captured. Of this number the 1st Regiment lost 6 killed, 8 wounded
and .2 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,
rst 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, 1st 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 th3 name of the
battle on their flag. An old battle flag of the Western Army, now preserved
at the Capitol at Tallahasseq, bears the inscription, "First and Third Florida,
Shiloh and Perryville." Major MacDonnell was wounded and disabled in the
opening of the battle. Capt. T. Sumter Means was wounded, captured and
later resigned. Capt. W. C. Bird was also wounded in this battle, and Laurie
Anderson, battalion adjutant, was killed. Lieut.-Col. W. K. Beard, on Gen-
eral Bragg's staff, was wounded in the arm. After the battle of Shiloh, in
which the Floridians lost 2 officers and 14 men killed, 7 officers and 51 men
wounded, two companies from Louisiana, known as B and C, were added to
the battalion making a battalion of six companies and Maj. Franklin H. Clarke
assigned to the command with the following Field and Staff: 2nd Lieut.
A. Robert Pollard, Adjutant; -. -. Frome, Assistant Surgeon; 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, Ist Lieutenant and Adjutant; Forme, Surgeon; Mon-
heimer, Assistant Quartermaster, was dropped from the roll by order of the
War Department; Thomas D. Wolfe, appointed Sergeant-Major (John P.
Butler, Sergeant-Major, appointed April 23, 1862, returned to his company
(C) May 31, 1862); F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Daniel R. Monroe,
Hospital Steward; Louis M. Brisbin and John Snider, Company C; Felix
Segiane and Samuel McGill, Company B, and John Callen, Company A, Mu-
sicians. On July 5th Major MacDonnell returned to his command, reported
for duty and by order of General Bragg relieved Lieutenant Clarke.
In July 1862, Major Miller reached Chattanooga with six companies from
Florida, and the Florida and Confederate Guards Response Battalion was
dis olved, the two companies from Louisiana going to the Crescent Regiment






















40 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

and the 5th Company of Washington Artillery. The four Florida companies
were joined by the six companies under Major Miller 'and the Ist Florida was
re-formed under command of William Miller, who was promoted Colonel;
T. A. MacDonnell promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, and G. A. Ball, Major. In
August, 1862, the 3rd Florida Regiment reached Chattanooga and with the
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, x862, the
Ist and 3rd was so decimated that they were united, and were afterward
known as the Ist and 3rd Regiments consolidated. The 3rd, forming the
right wing, and the Ist, the left wing of the regiment. The consolidated regi-
ment was under the command of Col. William Miller, who was shortly pro-
.moted to Brigadier-General and ordered to Florida. The Ist and 3rd Regi-
ment consolidated participated in all the great battles of the Western Army
and in every engagement won honors for the State whose colors it carried.
It is seriously to be regretted that a more detailed account of the career
of this Regiment cannot be given at this time. In the revised addition which
it is hoped will.follow this work an effort will be made to tell the whole story
of the gallant men who fought under the flags of the Ist and 3rd Florida Regi-
ments.








NINTH FLORIDA INFANTRY

Early in May, 186b, Gen. Patton Anderson, commanding the District of
Florida, received from the War Department an order to send a good brigade
to Richmond with all possible expedition. Gen. Joseph Finnegan was order-
ed to immediately proceed to Virginia with his brigade, consisting of 1st
Battalion, Lieut-Col. Charles Hopkins; 2nd Battalion, Lieut-Col. Theodore
Brevard; 4th Battlion Lieut-Col. McClellan; and 6th Battalion, Lieut-
Col. John M. Martin. The order was obeyed immediately and the Brigade
arrived at Richmond May 25, 186L, and joined Anderson's Division, of which
Holmes was then commander, and Hill's Corps at Hanover Junction May 28,
186h. On June 8, the troops were organized into two regiments as follows:
The 1st Florida Battalion, six companies, and the companies of Captains
Mays, Stewart, Clark and Powers of the 2nd Battalion, formed the 10th Regi-
ment, Colonel Hopkins commanding. The hth klorida Battalion, seven companies
the companies of Captains Ochus and Robinson of the 2nd Battalion, and
Captain Cullens' unattached company formed the llth Regiment, Col. Theodore
Brevard commanding. The 6th Florida Battalion, seven companies and the
three independent company, Capts. J. C. Eichelberger, John McNeil, and B. L.
Reynolds, formed the 9th Regiment, Colonel Martin commanding. The seven
companies that formed the 6th Battalion before organizing as such, hd served
as independent volunteer companies in different parts of the State; they
were commanded by Captains John C. Chambers, John W. Pearson, Samuel Hope,
James Tucker, A. A. Stewart, J. C. DuPree, S.M.G. Gary. At the battle of
Olustee these companies were formed into a battalion commanded by Major
Pickens Bird. In concentrating the troops between Waldo and Jacksonville,
after the battle of Olustee, Lieutenant-Colonel Martin was pa ced in command
of the Battalion, and upon the arrival of the Battalion in Virginia the
Regiment was formed and the companies named, became A, B, C, D, E, F and G,
under their respective captains. To these companies were added the company
of B. L. Reynolds, which became Co H; John McNeil, Co I; Jacob Eichel-
berger, Co K; John M. Martin was promoted to Colonel; John W. Pearson to
Lieutenant-Colonel; and Pickens B. Bird became Major. Major Bird was killed
at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864 as was Captain Reynolds of Co. H and Lieut Ben
B. Lane of Co. I. Regimental Adjutant Owens, Captain Tucker of Company D,
and.Lieut. R. D. Harrison, commanding Company B were seriously wounded.
After the battle of Cold Harbor, Finnegan's Brigade, which now consisted
of the 2nd, 5th, 8th 9th 10th and llth Regiments, took up the line of
march for Petersburg. On June 23 they moved from the breastworks under a
heavy fire of shells and canister, and marched down the Weldon Road, six
miles below and drove back the enemy who were tearing up the road. On
June 30th the battle of Ream's Station was fought. A Florida Brigade
marched, reached the battlefield at day-break and attacked the enemy,
driving him back in a running fight four miles, capturing seven pieces
of artillery, many horses, a few prisoners and 1300 negroes. On the
morning of August 21st, the Florida brigade advanced within one hundred
yards of the Federal breast-works on the Weldon Railroad, where the enemy
were strongly entrenched. Repeated charges were made to dislodge them but
failed. The loss in killed and wounded was very severe. Lieut-Col. John
W. Pearson of the 9th Regiment was so severely wounded that he died in
Augusta, Georgia while on his way home.

The death of Colonel Pearson left the 9th Regiment with no Field
Officers except the Colonel. An attempt was made to have outsiders
appointed to these positions but Colonel Martin objected on the grounds
that captains in his regiment had earned promotion and were entitled to




















NINTH FLORIDA INFANTRY (CONTINUED)

the offices. For some reason the War Department failed to make these
deserved promotions and the 9th Regiment served to the close of the war
without either Lieutenant-Colonel or Major. On December 7, 1864, the
Florida Brigade, of which the 9th was a part, made a forced march of
50 miles and struck the enemy at the Bellfield on the 9th; but the
enemy numbering 20,000, who had been on a raid, declined to accept the
gage of battle and retreated. Early in February, 1865, the 9th was
engaged at Hatcher's Run, opposing the Federal attempt to extend their
line of battle. In this engagement S. W. Crowson was seriously wounded.
The Brigade was now ordered to winter quarters but before reaching them
received orders to return to reinforce General Gordon south of Hatcher's
Run. In this engagement, the Brigade numbered but 31500 effective men.

On the morning or April 2, General Lee's lines were broken and the
retreat-began. The 9th Regiment retreated by way of High Pridge and
marched to Farmville. This was the last battle in which the 9th was
engaged. The Regiment surrendered at Anpomatox, 15 officers and 109
men.



















208 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll, Field and Staff-9th Florida Infantry.
(CoWrnmUED.)

MUTlCBX MUaTERrD
NAUMI. IN. OUT. KEMARIS.


..ept. 4, '63 ....................... Transferred to hospital.
ST. D. Hawkins........................... Sept. 4, '63 ........................ Transferred of buspltal.
Pickerton.................. Sept. 4, '83 April 9, '85
Adjutants-
James Owens ................................. Sept. 4, '3 .......................
M. A. Rw ........................... : ............ Killed at Cold Harbor June 3. '04.
let Lieut. Ben. F. Parker.............. Sept. '3 April 9, 'O0
hares Pearson........................ Sept 4, '03 April 9, '85
Quartermaster-
James H. Johnson..... ............. Sept. 4, '03 April 9, '05
Commissary-
quartermaster Sergeant-
Commissary Sergeants-
Chaplain-
James Little.................................. Sept. 4 '3 April 9, '
First Lieutenants-
R. G. Mcwen-Eign.................. .......................................... Discharged for ill health.
Rufus Kin -E ign..................................... ........................
This regiment had no Lleutenant-Colonel or Major
after the promotion of Colonel Martin and the
death of Major Bird owing to the fact that Gen-
eral Finnegan wished to promote outsiders to
the portion. Colonel Martin protesting against
such appointment on the ground that he had
fine officers who had won promotion by their
gallantry.


Roll Company A-9th Florida Infantry.

. H r bMUTERD MIBT R n D
'' AuE. IM ou. naaJ.


Caatains--
John C. Chambers ........................ Mch. 15, '02 ................ signed. '63.
Dr. Enos E Davis ......................... Mbc. 15, '02 Did I...n hospital at Richmond June. '64 (rom di-
ease contracted from exposure at the battle of
Cold Harbor, June 3. '04.
Samuel H. Worthington .............. Mo. 15, '02 ........................ Promoted from Corporal to 3rd Lieutenant: then
Captain, resigned March 1. '65,

snd Lieutenant--
Benjamin Lane .............................. Moh. 15, '02 Promoted let Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant;
killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, '84.
Halle,.....................................M. 15, '02....................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from 3rd Lieutenant;
died in Virginia, '04.
3rd Lieutenant-
W illis R. Mea ln........................ M 15. '02 ........................
UNLIITROD MIN.
Baldwin, Joseph ................ .............Me 15 .02 .......................
Beak, Mathew A ..............:::::::::::..... M 1 02 April 9, Captured and imprisoned at Fort Warren, Mas.:
Bryant. Lwi H....................... ,2 .................. paroled at close of war,
Cheer, John W.................. Mch IS May '5 )ischarged from Broodeville. Fla.
Cheaper, Thomas W....................... Me 15, 02...............
Chesere William H....................... .....
Clark. Alexander W....... ....M..... e ..........
Clark. Elias B.............M.............M...... Mob,....
tt Marion F .................... ; ....... 20, 62 ........... Corporal.
*Clyatt. Montgomery N................... 2 .......................
Collier, James ............. M 15 ......... April 9, .5 Promoted Sergeant.
'Comancher Joseph.............M................
Comtol. homan R........................ M.. 17, ...........
Conden. Samuel......................... 1 ....... ............ Musician.
Corrian Edward J......................... Me 20, ........................
Corrigan, Owen............................... Mch. 20e 62 ..... ...............
Dean W .H ......................... ..... M 20. ........................
Dixon, James M............................. h, 2. 0 ............. Corporal.
Dixon, John............. ..... Mc 20, ..........8.... ...... Sergeant.
Duncan, Wiley W .......................M .....
Oarrard, Jacob ............................................. at.......... K lled at Petersburg June 10, ,04.
Gordette, Eu ene.. M.......... 24. ..... .....
Raddock, W iu lam *.ieh, 2c. 1 08 ........................2
Halson, Garrtt ............. V...........................
Hitglnbothamu, Asron ......... ov. 8'8 ,02 ............ Lost right arm at ay Port Fa. February. 3.
Higidnbotham, Caleb....................... Meh. 15. '02 .......................

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 209

Roll Company A--th Florida Infantry.
(CoTIWrmnE.)

MUBTfERED MUTBzHCD
NAME. IN OUT. R11MAUS.

Hilnbotam. Joseph................. ....... April 9, '65
Hi Henry L ............. ................... 15. '02 ...... ..........
Hill. John J... ........................... b. 15, '62 .... ......
HiU, William A......................... Meh. 15 '02 ...........
Hopkins. Oeorge W .................. ..................
Hogan, Edmund D...... ..r..... 1. '2 ..................
Ho an Llwelyn J............. .......... 15, 2 ........................
Hog Stephen W................................ ..............................
Hud n Jame B............................. M t, 62 ....... .........
Hudon, Samuel I..................... M 19. '2 ....................
Jackson, John F.......................... Mo. 16, '602......... ..... lt Sergeant.
Johnaton, Abraham......................... Moh. 1, '602 ........................
Johnston Henry............................ Mch. .......
Kelley. enry ................................ 2. '64 April 9, 'OS
Kirkand, Oacor H. Perry............... oh. ........... it Sergeant.
Lewis, L. B............................ Mch. 1, 2 ........... Muician.
Lynn. Geore W ........................................... ....... ...
McCalkil, Peter H........................... ch. 1 '2 ..............
McLed. Alexander ......................... Mh. '2 Aril '05
Maipiu. n.. Jon R. Au. 15. '03 April 9, '05 Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 20, '64: imprisoned
ay. avid F...............Mch 1. '02........................ at Point Lookout. Md.. during tile war.
May. Reuben........... .................... M 15 '62..........
Meadlin. i H........................ ...................... April 9 Corporal.
er John...................... ....... .... 17. ...... .......
Mnden. Iosaae......... .... ............... April 9. 'o
n en .......... ............ M '2 ...... ..............
O esby Jo h F .................. ........................ .......................
O gle by. Lew A..... ..... ..... ...... .......... ............. ........................
arish. Robert ....................... Mo. 1 '.....
Peterson Timothy ........................ Mch. 30 ..........
Reaves. Jame A.......................... Mch. 1 ........................ orpo
Rlihardson. William 8.............. ... s.1. ......................
Roberts, Allen ................................... Mhb. 1. '02 April 9. '05 Shot near Petersburg, '4. while on picket duty.
Slarborough. Allen 8 ....................... Mch. 15, 2 ........................
Shirley, Thomas ............................... Mh. 1 .....b. 1. 62 ................
Slaughter. Charles ................ M 1, 0 ........................
Smith. Hampton...................... h. 15. .............
Smith. Milton ... ....................... M 1 2 .........
Smith, Thomas P...................... Mb. 1. '62 .......................
Smith Wiiam H.................... h. 16, .......................
lndie. John W ............. ........... April 9. '0
Tindale. Mtho........................... Meb. 15, '02 .......................
Tlndale, W llis F.............................. Meh. 1 62 ......................
Took. John 0................................... Mob. 1, 0 .......................
W ee Cabal...................... .... ................ M 1......
Weeks, John 0.............................. Mch. 19, : .......................
White. Jamem ................................... Mobeh. 19, '62 ........................
White. John B.............................. M 20. '2 April 9. '5
White. Williasm C............ b. '02................
Wilon, Jerome ..............Mob. 15, '02..........
W ilon. ll ........................ ........................April 9, 'OS
Wilsn, WillMi, Jr ......................... M 15, '62 ............ .......
Worthinuton. ranvlt e HArl9, '0
Wouti n. l H .............. ............... ........ Ap.il .
Worthlnt'on. 8Smuel H ................. ................................................__


Roll Company B--th Florida Infantry.


MUoTBIImD M UTRIxY.U
NAMRUI, IN. OUT. nEMAIlrK.

orricv.n
Captaino--
J. W. Pearon....................... .................. ........................ Promoted Lt.Col.;wounde atR me'Station Aug.
'21,'64und died at Aulnutat.a..on hin way h-me.
R. D. Harri ..................................................... April 9, '05 Promoted Captain; wounded at Cold Harbor June
lst Lieutenant- 3. '64.
Francis MMeekn............................................... April 9, '65 Promoted lst Lieutenant; wounded at Cold Har-
ind Lieutenant- bor June. '64.
3rd lieutenanets-
David Hall................... ................................................. in service In Virginia. '64.
M. A. Rogero.... .................... .................. ....................... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; Adjutant-General after
N1It87KD) MEN. I Owens was killed at the battle of Oreen Station.
Bankrglht. W K .............................. .................. I ........................
Blue, Archibald C ........... ... June 21, 62........................'
B lount. R ...................... ....... ...................................
Boyle C .. .....................................
B r nson ......... ............................ ......................... .........
Browning. Noah............................... April '03i ...........h...... ot at Olustee, Fla.. February 22. '04.


















210 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


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


MUBTCRmD MUSTERED
NAME IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Bullock. P ........... .......... .......... .............................
Cadwl, Robert A................................................. ............. ed n hospital Jun 11, '3, of typhod fever at
Caldwell, Robert C................................................................... Tampa.
Catbron, W. D.
Clemons, Henry .................. :May April 0, '65
Con e s, ...................... .....................................
Dan els. W H .......... .................................. .......................
Ellis. Aaron ............. ................... ......................
E llis, N .......................................... ................. ........................
E lls, Jam es.........................................
Ellis, John..... ........ ..................
Frgu n. R. H...................................................
Frier, F. L.............................................. ..... .........
Futch, S ....... ............................ ......................
Galbrath, D. C.................................. ....................... April 9, '65 Sergeant.
eorger L ......: ............. ................... ...................... ............
li, ohn........................................................................... ...... Sergeant; surrendered but died before reaching
Gilli. Nel ......... ..... ........... ................................. ................ hom e.
G ranthu m Joh n. ............................... ....................... ........................
ranthm, John ..... ........................................ ...................

ani John ......................... .
H uaw ins, John................................... ........................ ........................
H all. B ....... ...................................................
H all, J. J .................. ...... ...... .. ......................... ...... .......... sergeant.
Hull John .................................... ....................... .................... hot at Olustee, Fla., February 24, '4.
aH a rton ........ ................................ ............................... .............
Harrison, Jon..............
Hawthorn, W. L..... ................
H enderIon, Levi ............................... .................... ...............
H ill, M N ...................................................................................
H ill W ........................... ............. ..... .......... ...........
Hnon, Alen .................................... .................Corporal; shot at Petersburg Va., August 21, '64.
Hnbkerk. Ja.mes............................ ..... ............. .................. Corporal.
H ull I ................................... ...................... ...............
Hunter, J. R ............ ........ .................... Mumici;ln.
Hunter. R. G...... .................. ................... urlKoral.
Ivey, R L.................................. .. ......
hn .............................................. .....
Johnson, J. A .............................. ....... ................... ........
K e W ........................................ ...........
Lo akler. Irwin................... ........ ............... ...... ....... ..
Luffman, W. H ............................ ..............
Manni ................ ........... .....
M anninth N1 ........... .................... ........................ ........................
M arsh. ...................................... ......................
Martin. H. E............................................... 1t Sergeant.
M nrtin. J. ....................................................... April '
M1.t 0 W illJos nt N ... ........................... ....................... A r ,
Mnasche Eocham ........... ........ ..........April .................
atchett. Lo................... ............... ...
Matchett. S. T........................................................... April 0. 'O5
Mur. Josephl N............................. ...ril 0, '05Wounded atTurkeyRdge, Va., '64.
Mcridle A. Mo.. ................. ...... ........., 65
M cCradie. John L..............................................................................
Meaermett, Hiram.......................... ....................... April 0, 'O5
Mcrvin Joseph C.................................................. April '65
Mcecwen. Robert 0....................May 1, '02 April 0, '65 Wounded:at Cold Harbor, Va., June3, '64.
M cNril. JE .eph. ................................. ........................ ........................
McNeil. Jneh..... .......... .. ...................
MeRUe. Aagus.....
MRue. J. .......... ......... ................. April 0. '05
Mithell. T ......................................... ....... '
M ur hy, ........................................................ .......
M urp y. John.... ........................... .....................
Pnrker, L................................................. .... i '05
earson ............................ ......... ............
Pearso, P ............................. .... ........................ ... ..................... M usic an.
Pike ......................................... ................... ........................ ..
Sapp, 0............................................
Sanders. Fred...... .................................................................. t Sergeant.
Scott. G. L.................................
Scott J. ..................... ............... ..................... ...... ..
Sequel, Charles Downin..................................................
Shaler, T .. ........ ................. ............... ........................
Sherouse, W. M. .................................... April 0, '65
Sherouse, Jam e ..................................... ............. .......................
hurouse. Marion............ ........ .....................................
Shorter. William F................. ........... April 0, '65
Shores. Joseph........................................ ............ ...
bikes, A. D ... ..................................... ............. .. .........
S i ke sah ................................................................................
ike Jo eph..................................... ........... .. ................
Simmonds, T. P..............................................
Smith, Adam.... ............... ...................
Sm ith, John ...................................................


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 211

Roll Company B-9th Florida Infantry,
(COmnTUOD.)

MO0tf' D MUSTERED
MAMUs. IN. OUT. XEuMAsue

Stevens, Christopher 0C................... ................ pril 9, '65
Stevens. 0 .................................... ........................ ...

Tompkins. Alfred D......................... y '62 April 9. '65
Tompkins. John W ......... .......... '62 April hot on Weldon Railroad Va., August 21. '64.
Turner, George W............ ......... .... .. April 9, '05 Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 22, '64.
Waldron. David ................... May '62 April 9. '
W aldron ....................................... ... .............. .......
W walker, ................................... ....................... April 9. '05
Waterbury, Horace W ........................ April 9, '65
Wells, A. A .................................. . pril '
Wells, A. e
Wel. W...........................................April '

Wmerly. J. N.............. ......... ...................
W t............ ....
W eml ly, J. T............... .......... ........... I ............ ....
WelmerlyJ, I ............ .................. April 9. '6o
WhiIhlen. John H .............................................. April 9 '
Williams, Thomas W............................................. April 9, '


Roll Company C-9th Florida Infantry.


MUTermDo MU1TI:aRK
NAMKE. IN, OUT. REMARII.

OrraCEM.
Cptin- RS.
Ca ptlain-
Samuel E. Hope........................... Jue 21. 6 April 9 '63 Wounded at Petersburg August 25, '64; resigned
Ist Lieutenant- November 1. '64.
Horace H. Hale.................................................. April 9, '5
and Lieutenants-
Thom Hill....................... ......................................... ...... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from 3rd Lieutenant;
killed at Oluetee February 28. '64.
S Allen Hill ............................ ......................... April 9, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Petersburg
3rd Lieutenant- August 25, '4.
SJanme L. Colding................................................ April 9. '02,
ZNIlM rT MEgP.
Alford, J. L....................................... ct. '62 ..........
Allen. A......................................................... ........................
Allen, Early A.................................. ....................... April. 9, '65
Allen. Dad A..................................................... April 9, '65
Allen. Eason W ................................ .................. .... ... .. ..........
Allen. John J ..................... ..... ..... ................ Kill on picket line In Virginia. '64.
Allen. Jesse Wesley...................................... April 9, '05
Allen ...... ........ ... J.une 21, '02 .2........... Kiled at Cold Harbor June 3, '04.
Alexander, Stephen S ...................... ........................ April '6
Alwbrootk. Thomas M......... ................................... April 9. '05
Andleron,. Charles ............................ .......... .................. Killed at Cold Harbor June 3. '04.
Baker, ,bert...................................................................................
aker, WlliamJ............... .... June 21, '2 April 9, Transferred to Captain Lesley's Company.
Baett, John (............. ........................ April 9, '5
Bassett Josiah F............................. .......... ........ April 13 '
Bats. George W................................ ............. April 13. '05
Bates. Robert J............................... ........................ April 13. '5
Bates. Thon M............................. ........................ April 13, '05
Boyett, John 0.... ...........................................
Boyett, William E......... .................. April 13. '05
Britton. Samuel..................... J e 21 .......'....2 ................. Died in Virginia.
Brown .......................................
Carter, Thoma........................................... ... ........... Killed at Oluste February 20, '64.
Colling. James I.................................... April 13. '65
Curry. e n.............................. ................ ..... April 13, '
urry. Joeph K............................... ........ ......... .. ........... Killed at Olstee elr arv 20. '4.
Crum, Richrd R............................ ..................... April 13. '05 Trafrred front 3rd Rement C.
D ann. Stephen................................. ........................ ............. .....
Day, Thomas W............................... ...................... April 13, '05
eae. George.............................. June 21, '02 April 13. '5
Deo s. Moses...............................................................
Duke, G. F.............'3. Disability.
Dykes. "eorre W........................ April 13. '65
S ................ -.. ..H....... .... .....................
Edlwards, Henry D............................ ...... ............... April ., '
Edwards Marvin.............................................. .... April 13. '65
Edwards, Obidiah E.................... June 21. '02 April 13, '65
Enocks, Andrew 8........................ .......... April 13, '05 Corporal.
Eulmnks. William D....................... June21, '..........
Fillman, Martin D....................... June 21, '02 kAril 13. '
Frierson, James J. .... ..... ...... ... April 13. 'f5i
Garland M. W............................... ... April 13, '351


















212 SOLDIERS OF F)LORIDA.


Roll Company C-9th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTnuanu.)

MUTRSID MUMTISRED
NAMES. IN. OUT. RIMAKs.

Godwin, Berren.............................................................................. Wounded at Olustee February 22, '64; died in
Va. In service.
Godwin Samuel................................ ... .. ................ Died in Virinia.
Godwin. William........................... .. ................. April 13, '65
Hancock, Durham......................... .................. Apr 13, '5
Hancock. James M. J................... ..................... April 13,
art. Isaiah..................................... ............... ...................Musician; died in service.
art. John ............ ..... ............. April 13, '
Hay, Isaae ................... April 13 '5
Hays, Willim ............................. ne 21. 02 April 13. '6S
H ii, Chels y l)................................. ....................... April 13. (5
H ll Elelit A )......................................................... April 13. '05
Hill4.Macolm N ..................................................... April 13, '65
Hill, Robert M.................................................. April 13, '05
Hope, Mlcr.... ......... ........... ................. Died in hospita at Lake ity, Fla.
House Hill W..m....... ..... June 21, '2 April 13, '05 Wounded at Olutee February 20. '64.
Jackison., J. F...................................... ......................... ..................
JohnsJohn P............................ ... ... pr 13 '
Johnson, Simpson.............................. .....................April 13. '05
Legett, David ................................................ April 13, '65
M each, Edward C.............................................. A ril 13, '05 Sergeant.
McGeachy, Malcolm...................... April 13:, '(M
MeKewini, Gre ............................ ..... Jue 21, ..................... Killed at Cold Harihr June 3, '04.
Mceown. roy.......... ..... ... .............. : ....................I. sharedd for disablillty, lost Irin.
McKinney, l rd ...................... .................. April 13. '05
Min, William L............................................. April 13, Transferred from Cor any C," 3rd.
MiW son, (alvin i i.............................. .............. ..... ril 13, '65 o
Ma W rlliam ...................... .................... April 13, '65 Wounded at Petersburg August 10, '63,
Messier. Ueorge .............................. ........................ April 13, '85
Messer, Henry......................... ................. April 13. '65
Micdker, Jacob B ...... ............................................... April 13. '65
Mizell. Oaes .................................................... ....... April 13. '65 Captured at Jacksonville, Fla., sent onrparole.
Moore. Daniel F ...................... ........................ April 13, '05
Morrion, J. J. B........ ........June 21. '62 April 13. '65
Morrison, John P....................... ................. April 13, '65 Promoted 3rd Serean.
evt. Corneliu Q...............................April 13 '5 Transferred from Company "C," 3rd Regiment.
ONeil. William D.................................... ....... April 13, 65
Osborn. David............... ..................... April 13, '65
Nicks. William R......................... ..... April 13, '
Olford Jason................................. ....... April 13, '05
Parker. Robert H.................. June 21. '62 April 13 '65
Peterson. Henry ....................... ...................... April 13, '65
Phelps,. leteh er ......................... ................... April 13, '65
Pinkston, Daniel W ....... ...... April 13, '65
Revil Jerem iah F....................................................... ................ M musician.
Roger. Joel W........................... ........ April 13, '65
Shiman, James .............. ............ April 13,
ith. A. H ....................... .................. April 13. 5
Smith. Edward ................................................. April 13, '65
Smith, Green ......................................... ......... .....April 13,
Smith, William F.............................. Jpne 21. '02 April 13. '05
Smith, Villiam Seaborn............. June 21. '02 April 13. '05
Staffor(d, Will am H.......................... Nov. 1, '02 April 13, '05 Wounded at Croess Roads Va., August 10, '64;
8tai|)leton. Francis ............................................... April 13. '05 also twice in thigh at Cold Harbor May 20, '63.
Strickland. William.... ....... .............. April 13. '65
Tucker. Jesse B................................................................................. Killed.
Tucker, Jesse H...................................................... Aril 13, '65
Turbull. Charles Wo........................ .......................or poral.
Vickers. W R...................................................... April 13. '65
W all W illim ...................... ....................... April 13,
Wshington. ( Wells. (ieorge W...................................................... April 13, '*5
W ells. John................................................................ April 13, '65
Whitehurst. Berrien D......................................... April 13. '65
Willis, Richard T.............................. ..................... April 13, -'65
Williso George W .......I ............. ...............
Wilson, James B...................................................... April 13, '65
Wilson, Norman............................................ ........ April 13, '65
W lUamson, William W............................ ........ April 13 '65
Winegourd. C. W .................................................... April 13, '05
Winn. Thomas ................................................ ............ April 13. '65

Roll Company D--gth Florida Infantry.


NAM2S MDMAEXD MUZTKXD RXItAlts.
IN. OUT.

Captalas-
John Bryan................................. '62 ....................... Resigned.


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 213

Roll Company D--gth Florida Infantry.
(ComrmvMU.)

MUTWISED IMUTERnED
NAMES. IN. OUT. IEMARKS.

James Tu'8rm e Captain Nay 10, '62; wounded at Cold
James Tucker ............................... '6 ....................... Promoted Captain May 10, '62; wounded at Cold
Harbor June 3, '4.
met Lieutenants-
Joeph D. Bryan ................. ......... Regned at reorganization May 10. '62.
William Scott............................................... April 9, '65 Promoted lst Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants-
T. J. Padget.................................. ............................................ Reigned at reoranixation May 10. '62
Joseph Perry................................. ...................... .................. Promoted nd Lieutenant; killed at Olutee Feb
Youn ............................................ .............. ................ .... ruary 24, '64.
William P. Burns .................................... April' 9, '05 2nd Lieutenant; commanding Company at rur-
render.
3rd Lieutenant--
James Finnigan................................................ ............ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Bethea, Foster C...............................
Blanton. 1. T.................... .............. .... April 9, 'OS Promoted lit Sergeant.
Boyett, E J .............................................................. ...
Brown, D C..................................... ... ................... ........................
Bryan, D. 8..................................................... ........................ Sergeant.
Bryan Hardee .............. ........................
Bryan N G ............. ............... ....................... .......................
Bryan. N................. ............. ........................................... er eant.
Bryan, T. J ...... ... ...................... ..
C haney, E ........................................... ....................... ........................
Cowart. D avid.................................. ........................ ........................
Cowart. W m A...... ........ ............ .................. Promoted Corporal.
Crew ,-Benj m in.............................. ....................... ......................
Crews, H enry............................ ...... ................................ orpor l.
Crews, Joseph.................................... ........................ ...........
Crew M L ....................................... ...................... ......................
Crews. S. L..... .................................
Deor, Jo ep ..... I ........ April .. ........ Paroled at close of war.
Elli, E. .................................Aug. 15. 'W3 ...... ..... Wa at home, sick, at the surrender.
Fletcher, C. N............................ ........................ ........................
Fletcher. Newton.............................. ....................... ........................
Fulford, W illiam B.......................... ........................ ........................
Glan C. W ................... ......... ...............................
Gluner. J. .................................................
Grilfs. Joel... ................ ........................
g eal. N S .......................................... ........................ ........................
H ancock H ..................................... ..........................................
H ancock, ..................................... ...................... .........................
H arris, John ..................................... ..........................................
H ints David .................................. ...................... .............
hunter. E..................... ........................ ........................
hunter, oGor....... .........................
Hunter, Hamirton........................................... .. .....
H hunter, il ........... .................... ....................... ........................
Hurnaoge John C ........................ ... ................. .......... Corporal.
Johnston, J. E ...... ........................... ........................ .......................
Johnstn. John ......... .......... ................ .......... iledatCold Harbr .une, '..4.
Johnson, William ............................................... ........................ killed at Cold Harbor, V.. June, '64.
Johnston, W. A. P............................ ......... ........... ....
Johnston, W IR ............................................. ........ ......... .............
Johnston, W. 8 ................................. .............
oeen, David................................... .................... ................... ....... Corporal.
Kee .. ... ................. ...................... Corporal; kiled at .)ute February 24. '64.
]Knowls, R. Alexande .................... .......... .............. ........................
an ter, Joseph ................................................................ereant.
Lee, H enry........................................ ..................... .. ........ ...........
Lewis. .... r. ......................... ... .......................



Le Willia.......................... .......... ....... April '
M e oC ll, ....... .............................. .... ....... ........ ....... .........


M Cilo AJ ... .................................. ..............................................
Me Caskille A. W ........ ........... ...................... ............
McClellan, George X ...I.................... May '61 April '6"
McDaniel. Thomas T .........................June 4.............April 65....
NMeEwen W. A .................................. ....... ............... April IN
McLane. William T .....................................
Mitehell. Thomas J ........ .. .t o63 April '65 Wounded at Olustee february 20. '64.
M ixon, J. G ............................................................ ...... ...............
Mixon, William..................................................... April '6
Newborn. BenJamin ...................... ............. ........................
Newlan, J .......................................... ..... .... .........
Newhla, J. R I ...................................Apri Musician.
Odum A, A ............ ............................ ........................ ..... .....
Owens, Joseph P.. ....................................................Apr#I .......
gelbyton ......................Francis........................... ...........
Padgett. John....................... ................














214 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D--gth Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINm zD.)
-- -

MUtESRED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. nUMARES.

Parker.W. T .......................... . ....
Rh ..............lerge==:::::::::::::eant; wounded and died at Olustee.
Sandlin, Jesse ... ...........'..... ... .. ...st Sergeant; killed at Cold Harbor June, '4.
Pandlin, Wt.... ................................. .................... ....................S
Shirle, Warren................................ ... ......... .... ........................erse wounded and died at Ouste
Rill, Ne ton; .............................. ..................................
Staplon. Alexansse R ........................ ...................................killedatColdHarborJune 4.
Staple o DJ ............................ ........................ ........................ r
Shirle Warren..
B i ew ton .......... ......................... ........................ ........................
Sta leton, J..ne. .... ... ..... ........................ .......................
Sta le, ton. Jackian ...................... ......................... .................
Styerng. Thom ae .............................. ........................ ...................
Sum m ers, J. W .................................. ....................... ....... ......
Tomberli William ........................................................
i William...... .......... ........................ April 9. ergeant.


Roll Company E--9th Florida Infantry.


MUrRMena MUTTERED
NAaa. IN. OUT aElMAsM e.

O"PICERS.
Captains-
A. S. Stewart .............................. '62 ........................ designed June 7, '04.
0. H. Hunter.. ..................... ...................... t Lieutenant then Captain; wounded
at Cold Harbor and resigned.
J. L. Dore....................... .......................... April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain.
Iat Lieutenants-
J. W. Pearee ................................................................................ Promoted lt Lieutenant from. 2nd. Lieutenant,
killed at Farnnville April 7, '85.
J. W. Barnett .................................................. April 9, '05 Promoted lt Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants-
3rd Lieutenants-
Robert B. Roberts...........................................April '0 Re-enlisted, Company "E." Oth Reglment; pro-
moted l1t Sergeant, then 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTD MBN.
Alford, W A. ...... ....... .... ...................... ...........................
Altm an T.... ................... ..... ........................ ........................
Arnow, W .. .................................... .....?................. ........................
Beasley, F. ..............::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Aprl 9, Tranferred to Company "H," B. L. Reynolds'
Brannan, Benjamin W........................ ............ Company.
Boyd, Willam .......................... l I, '3 Ap 20, 83 Discharged for disablllty.
B ryant D ........................................ ........................ ........................
Burnsie,. ............................................................................................
Cobb. ....................................... ........................ .................. n rrd to Captan Rynolds' Compay.
Con'r ,. W ................ ............. .. .... ............. ................
Counter, I'. J.................. ... ........................... .
o ndley, W .................................. .. ....... ................. ....
Crawford J. .L..................... ...... .. ....... .....2..
Cur., J........................................................................................ ..........


o a. oh .............. :.:::::'": ::::.................. Ai ed atP eterbu V a .. A u s t,', "
Dea ont, J. P............................. ............................. April 20, '
D o John ................................ ....................... April 20, '3
ee ......... ............................... .... ....... .......... 2 '..................

a, L. I............................ ....................... .,.
lnklin R .......................................................... April 20, '03
)ouglass. Jame ........................... ............. .......................... Killed at Petersburg. Va.. August, '64.
Ea.ton H. P ...................................... ........................ ril 20, '2 3
orm John M ............................................. April 20, '863
fJr#)im John ......................l 20
Forsoi. Thoma ...................... .......................... April 20, 'O1
Fur ina, L. 1) ........................................ ..................... April 20, '03
F ua ... ................................. .. ....................... April 20, '03

Green, W. J ............................... ............. April 9, '85
ffn ..................................................... April, 5 Sergeant.
riffn, Thomas C..................... Feb. 3 April '8
Hancoek. J. W ........................................................ April 9, 0
H ancoek. 8 ...................................... ....................... ri 9. '65
Harris. Henry I..........................:............................. April 9, 65 Wounded at Petersburg, Va.. September, '4.
H arvey, W B............................................................ April 9, 's
Harvey. Washington I .................April 18, '03 April 9. '05
Hawthorn. W. A........................................................ April 9. 6 Wounded In foot.
Herndon. J. B....................................................... ... April 9, '05
Holmes, William ................................................April 9, '05
Hull. N ............ ................................. April 9, 05
Hurst, F.. ................ ................. April 9
Hurst,. T. T......................................................9. April 9.


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 215

Roll Company E-9th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUEa.)

MUTTERED MUSTERED
MAMEk IN. OUT. REMARnS.

Jones, L..... ...... .. .................. ....................... Killed in Virginia.
n W. R. ............. .. .. .. A l 9, '5
KeenW. R ..................................... April 0, '05
KnigtM. A.................................... ...................... Apri 9 '665 1st Sergeant.
Koon, Frederick H................................................ April 9, '06
Langford, J. B............................... ........................ April '6
Langford, L. W ................ .... ... April 9. '5
Liddon, Abraham. ..A.............pril 9. '65 Wounded in right fiand.

planning George W...... ........ .............. .. ...... Dishargred March, '65 for disability.
Mattair, owning.................... ..................... April 9. '65 Courier.
Mott, J. M............... .... .. Corporal; deserted, '84.
Mormin, W..................... ... ....... ...............April 9, t;"(
Oden,I (leoriKo K... ...................................... pril 9 '1 l red from Captain Roberts' Comnny. on
Owens W ............................ ........................ April ne n t of frost bitten; re-e ite in
Parnellf James T............................ 2 April 9, '05 Stewart's Comiany.
Parnell K................ ........................ ....................... ................... Transferred to 4th Reiment.
Parnell, T................ ........................... Transferred from 4th Regiment.
Parnell, William King................ ch. 4, '63 April 9. '65
Prevatt. A. J......... ........................ April 0, '05 Sergeant.
Prevatt, J ............ ................April 0, '5
Prevatt .... J ...................................... 9 ....... ......... April 'f0 5
Prevatt ........................................ ....................... April 09. '5
nfreow, A. M..................... ........ ............ April 0. '65
obert, K ........................................................ ril
Roberto J .................................... ........................ April 9, '6

Roberts, Nathan. ............. ........ April '6 Transferred from 3rd Battalion.
Roberts, Reuben 8...................... Feb. '63 April Tranferred to Reynold's Company and died'of
disease in hospital at Petersburg, Va., August,
'64.
Roberts, Stephen W.................................... April 0, '6 Musican.
Roberts, W P .................... ......... ,.......... Sergeant; killed at Reams Station.
Roen, John A............................ .April 9, '65 Killed at Cold Harbor, Va.. June 3, '64.
Russell. J. W........................ ........................ April 9, '65
Scott, David...................................... ............... April 9, '05
Scott, J. R......................................... ..................... April 0, '65
Shaw, H. D................................... ........................ .................. Corporal; deserted, '64.
Sh pard, F.............................. ................ ..... Ap i 9, '65
Smit J. L ................................ .................... ... April 9, '65
Smith, L W.................. ............... ........ April 9, '65
Smith, T. J...... .................................................... April 0, '
Smith, W. H .... .......................... April 9, '65
Sparkman, S ............................................................. April 9. '65
Sweat, Allen ....... ..... ..... eb. '6 April 9, '65 Wounded at Weldon R. R. August 17, '63.
Taylor, H. D. L............................................... .... April 9. '65
aylor, James A .............. eb. 63 April 9, '05 Corporal; wounded at Cold Harbor and at Peters-
burg.
talor. WilliamM..... ........ F 15, April 0 '5 Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, '64.
r.. J.................................. r............ .......... porl; deerted.
Tyre Jee .................................. Feb. April '05 Transferred to Captain Samuel May's Company,
Tyre, William H ... ........ April 9, '0511 "B" Battal ; wounded atio wou d a Cold Harbor, Va.
Tompkin. Giles ............................... May '63 April 0, '5 June 3, '64.
Wate .................................................. April 9, '65
Water, aac............................ April 9. '65
Week, M. D................. ..........April 9 05
Weleh Bryant I .................... '63 ........... Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June, '64 and dled
Wilon, eorge ........................ ........................ April 9 July 30, '64.
W iey, J. J................ ........... ... ... ................. April 9, '65
Will. A. T................................ Feb. April 9, 6 Discharged May '62 for aicknesa and being under
llam .................................................. April 9, 65 a re-enlisted in A. A. 'Stewart's Company
Young, ............................................................... April '5 "E," shot at Weldon R. R., Va., August 2, '64.
Youman, ............................................ April 9 '


Roll Company F--th Florida Infantry.


MUTICaRD MUITERED
NAMRS. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


P oty .......................... '62 .................... Wounded and disabled at Olustee February 20, '64.
J. C. DuPree........................... '62 April 9, '65 Promoted Captain March, '64; from Ist Lieu-
tenant.
sat Lieutenant-
and Leutenante-
8. M. Love ...............................:: ....................... ..... ........ Reigned October 30, '63.
J. D. Hopkins.......................... .......... April 9, '65
















216 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F--9th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

SMUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUTV RMARKS.
rd Lieutenant-
Dr. Johnson ...............Fb *2..... Resigned.
ENLISTED MEN.
ran, i. ...........A eb. '62 Aprl Wounded at Seven Days' battle, Va.
BAker, Thorm;. ......... .....Aug '62 April 9, '05
Barton, William ............A i A "3 April 9, '
Bates, John...................... ....... Aprl o.
Callwell, John M................. ........ ..
.Willlum .

Drigters, James A ..SMchot at P'etorsburg, Va., August. '64
Prigier, Ed. T.............M .;...
n, F .....r...................1 rl 9, Slightly wounded twice.
Fleming, John F
Fulforo. W.R ............ 2 April O, '.8 Shot at Appomattox Court House April 7. '65.
Oalhreath. Charles H ............. .....................
(asknlis, J. J. it...
asking T. J H....... ... I.. .: ........ ......o.. 16, 'o 2
k T. : It:...... ... .:: :: ::::::........ d
ll J, e h............... "
Gll, Josh ................ Moh Wounded at 'Petersburg. Va.. July 15, '04.
Gre'e W ... ................' .........' Discharged for disability.
Haoler, M ................. 64 ..................Killed In battle, '64.
Hoesan, DJame s ja ............. ischarged for disability. '64.
sohneon, W. W. ............

harsh, J. ....................M......... .......Die of measles at Le Cty April 1, '64
Petddn,. W H......................'61 Ap 5 hot Olustee, Fla., February 22, '64.
aPri m, Lan ............ ........ '62 Apri 9, '0
R W adding, H..."..............::: ... 9, '
Rit"er Ti ................................ Ap s
hveros -r ......... ... ""uy AprIl 9,
Ihar ae l ..............................'.62 April 9 '5
S11 Joseph ............... ............ 9, '5
S .mith J. F. Ar. .. .............9 '5

T .............................Killed at Oluste February 20.'4.
v o o, ............ ........Apil..... 9, 5
wats. Clvin April 9.'65
Webb, J. B........... ............. 62 A 9 Accidentally shot at Camp Finnegan. Fla.. Novem-
.. ..63 2 'April9, 5 hear 7, '63; promoted 2nd Corporal.


Rol Company G-gth Florida Infantry.

MUSTERED MUSTERED

orricman.
NAMES. IN. OUT. ReUABKr4

Captales-
C. AM. h1. Gary......................... '62 ...................... Transferred to Staff of General Martin Gary with
Charles M. Brown. .rank of tst Lieutenant.
Ch .............. ...........6 ..2............ Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant;
then Captain, wounded at Seven Pines May 31
'62;. Olustee, February 20, '64 and at Reams
lst Lieutenants- Station June 3, '64.
Joseph E. Barco""""". ****.** ........................................ Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
o............................ ....... ................... Captured near Baldwin February 7. '64 sent to
and Lieutenant- Johnson's Island, N. Y. where he died in'64.
3rd Lieutenant-
E. D. Williams...................... '02 .............. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62, Olustee
ENLITED MEN. February 20, '64; discharged.
Armstrong, M. L........... June '03.....
Armstrong, M. a .............................
B easley, JI F ..................................... ........................ ........................
Brook Joseph ....................... ...................... ..............
Brooks, Spencer ..................................... .. Iereant; died in service.
:...:...............ergea*nt;mortally wounded.
Brown. E. F .......................... Mch. 16, 64 April 9, orty wounded
Brown, R........... ...... pril '84 April 9 '5
CaBrter. LW....: ..... .... pri:l 20. ..6..3 Transferred to Company "K" 1st Reserves.
Carter, J. W............ ..........7..... .....


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 217

Roll Company G--th Florida Infantry.

(CoTrrINED.)



MVefltr o MeTruDas
SNAMs*. IN. OUT. RlMAnXs.

a .n Th ad R..............................
rRobinson B...................... .... ....... ............. ed at Olutee February 20, '64.

Frn ,l .........jet ..................... ..................... ......................
ant, 8,aent...e.................................. Sept. '684 ..........A
Ho n H ter.................................. ........................ I .....................
ll, John WM............................ .............. ...... ...........
SLud n H. H......... ..................::::::::::::::: :::::: .......................::: .....:: ..............
nllco _. H ........................................... .......... .... .. ....................
on C ................................ April 1, '62 April 9. '65
r th, W J.................................. ........................ ........................ 2nd Sergeant; deserted.
cKinney. 0. W....................'.......... '2 ...................... Killed at Cold Harbor, Va.
Marton Joh W.......................... Meb. 4, April 9 '65 Wounded at Reams Station June 3, '84.
Martin, John U......................... Feb. 19. '3 Aprl 9, '65
Millard ............................. ...................A. 9. '85
Morgan. r ..................................... ..... ...... '6
Moorman. W. P......... .......................... ............. April 99, '65
oble. Jese......................... Oct. '6 April 9, '65 Lost left leg in service.
Perkins. Henry ........................... Mo. '6 April 65



She enry R.................................. ........................ April 9. '6
Smith. Solomon............................ ................. pril 9 '
Spearing. ..... ............................... .............................................. Sergeant.
Tanner, i. R...................................... '62 ................. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3. '64. and
tlson. George W ...............................ied at Cold Harbor June 3, '4.
Thom l on. William L...................... .............. ... Aprl 9. '6ar J e
Trn E. A................. .................................................... t Sereant killed in battle.
Wall Thomn J............ ...... ........... ......... Wounded t Olutee Februry 20 .64, and died






Roll Company H---th Florida Infantry.




MUKTREII MuwrtKhE
NAMES. MIN. P)UT. HaMAb KS.

Oi"FICEU.
Cantsins- vo.ds...........
. Renold............................. 2 ........................ Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64.
Mathew Knight................................. Feb. 'Promoted t Leutennt; en Captain, trans
ferred to Company "'H" October. '63.
tst Lieutenant-
and Lieutenants-
W W MoCnll......... ........................................... ........................ Re ned Janu ry '65.
A. J. Prevtt........................................................... April 9, '05 In command of Company at surrender.
3rd Lieutenant-
KNUHTrrcn MEx.
Alford, Miles............. Shot t Peterburg '63; White House Va.. Au-
l OhuIt S. '65.
Atman John.................................... April April 9, '5 Woundd at Cold Harbor June 3, '64.
B ryan H ard e ... ... .. ............. ................................ ........
Cawe. John ............................. ......................................... Killed January 4. '64.
Cobb, William C......................... Sept. 1. '(o3 April 0, '65
Coon. Hartwell......................................................
Croner. William L............................ ............'03 ............ Wounded at Corl Harbor June 6. '64.
D e s. L H t ...... .................................. ..................................................
Dukes. Slas 1H................................. M 1. '2 ....................... ipliuredl at Howard's Grove, Va., and held until
Koon, Hattwell................. .............. Au. 63 ....... ...... July 2, 'OS.
Liddon, Abraham............................ Sept. '63 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 10, '64.
Polk R..................... ................. .............. April 20, '
Predatt, E. M............. ................ ........................t... ril 9, l65
Raulerson. B. E.......................... ....................... April 9, '65
Sm ith. D avid........................................... ..............I.... ..A pri '6
Weeks 0. M. ................................. ne April 0. '65
White, Williuam II.......................... Oet. '631 Aril 9, '56 Woundled at Olustee. '64.


















218 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-gth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUwTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

O' O CERa.
Captains-
John McNei........................... '2 ...................... Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64 and di-
abled.
E. E. Hill........................................ ........................ ........................ t Lieutenant, promoted Captain; killed at
Reams Station June 30. '04.
William L. rieron...................... ........................ ........................ Promoted Lieutenant; then Captain.
rst Lieutenant-
William J. Baker....................... ........................ Resigned.
and Lieutenants-
James McNeil................................02 ............ In command of the Company.
Ford Finnegan............................. '62 April 9. '05 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; '04. from 3rd Lieuten-
ant.
3rd Lieutenant-
a. E. Kellam...................................................... April 9, '0S
ENI.MUTED MEN.
B arry. E E ........................................ ........................ ........................
Gaskins. Lewis.......................................................... .....................
iddenr Andrew ............................ S t. ........................
Giddens, Etekiel J......................... Jy ..................
akon Thomas .............................. ........................
ellam W W .................................... ............. ...... ......i ......
Lan. William M ..............................July 2 03 Aril 9, '5
McKinnon. Christopher W..............e. 20. '2 April 9 '05 Lost his right arm.
erritt. llam............... ................ April '
Mobley, Byrd................................ Me '02 April 9, '5 Lost arm at Cold Harbor June 5, '04.
*Morrit. James ............................. 62 April '
Overstreet, G. W............................... .... April 9, '5
Safford, W. D:.............. .................. ......... ...... April 9, 5
Smith. Alen.....................................................pril 9 '
Smith. A. H.................................... Jan. April 9 '5 Wounded at Culpper Court House May '04.
Stafford, Samuel Y .......................... Sept 1, '03 April 9 '5 Shoat Reams station August 21, '64.
Catin- A 9,05Tmster.
Vaughn, Jonathan........................... '2 April 9, '5 Teamter.
Wells, George W.......................... '60 Aprl 9, '65
Wiler. A........ ...................... ...... .......... ........................ Killed at Fredericksburg.
Williams John W'1........................... '01 ......... ...l paroled June 1.'0 from hospital in Va.
Wilo. Thomas J.............................Me. '63 April 9, o


Roll Company K--gth Florida Infantry.


MUTgaRE MUVITERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
orvzcslns.
Captain-
Jacob C. Elchelbererr.................. Sept. 4, '63 ........................ Captured near Baldwin, Fn., February, '64; sent
to Johnson's Island. N. Y., where he remained
until the close of war.
ist Lieutenant-
James Porter Smith..................... ept. 4. '83 April 20. '05
and Lieutenant-
Henry W. n..................................t. p 4 '3 April 20, '5 Woundd at Olustee February 20, '04.
3rd Lieutenants-
Joel Caldwell ............................... ept. 4, 03....................... Resigned, '3 or '64.
H. Gries .............................................. April 2, '5 Corporal: promoted 3rd Lieutenant for gallant
conduct at Olustee.
N. V. Grinner............ .... Sept. 4 '3 ..................... lt Corporal; promoted 3rd Lieutenant for gallant
conduct at Olustee. /
ENLIUSTD MEN
Bateman, A. H... ........................ ......... ........................
Blount. J. C.......................... April '02 April 20, '65
Brown, E .............. .................................
Brown, John M .................................. May 10, '61 April 2'. '5
Carrol. Ben B................... ...............................................
Crew ..... ................................. Sept. 4. '63 ........................ Corporporal.
Crowon,. W............................... Sept. 4 '3 ........................ Sergeant
Elcheberger. A. A. L................... ...... .................. .....................
Forbes, H. B.................................... Sept. 7, 63........................
(oin. Aaron.................................................................... .................ergeant.
Geiser. Elis...................................... Sept. 4, '63 ........................ 2nd Corporal.
Gon, Aaron.... Sergeant.
Hillhouse W. H......................... ........................ ........................Captured April 1, '65 carried to Point Lookout:
paroled from there July .'O.
Howard, Wiloy ....................... ....... ept. 3. '63 ................. Lost right arm at Cold Harbor.
Hudgens. Henry H..................... Sept. 4, '03 April 2, '65 2nd Sergeant.
in James N ....... .................. ............... Wounded at Oluatee February 20, '64.
Lufman. W. H............................. 63 April 26. '65
McDermott. Hirama.......................... .................... April 26. '65
McDonald. Edward........................ Nov. '63 April 26. '65 Wounded at Olustee February 22. '64: Cold Har-
McDonald. J. ................................ ........................ April 20, '05 bor June. '04.






































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 219

Roll Company K--th Florida Infantry.
(ComnruN D.)

MUSTMEED MUSTERED
NAMwa. IN. OUT. aUMAKx. .

tn, Orlando........................ Sept. 4 '63 ...................... t Sergeant.
Owen, W. J...................................................... April 26, '65
Parish. John E................................. ....................... April 2, '65
Pre tt, ............................. Oct. '3 April 9 '65
Proctor, John ..........'....... '62 April 26. '65 Shot at Olustee February 20, '04.
Py s, T ho* W ................... ept. '62 April 26. '65
Roerts. James....... .......... ...................... April 26, '65
pp, ................................................. Sept. 4. '62 ... ........... .... Sergeant.
th. olomon...................................................... April 26. '65
Smith We .............................. Sept. 4, '2 ............... Corporal promoted Seraeant.
la, Thma ............................................ April 26, Wounde at Oluste February 20. '64; died March
Warren, o ................................. Oet. 7, '62 April 26, '65 20,'64.
Waters, John...................................... '62 April 26. '65
Waters, Thoma 0 ....................... Oc '62 April 26. '6 Wounded at Weldon R. R.
W it .................................................... ................... ................. .......... sergeant.



















TENTH FLORIDA INFANTRY


The 10th Regiment was composed of the 1st Battalion, Captains J. C.
Richard, Company A; C. J. Jenkins, Company B; William P. Frink, Company
C; Thomas E. Buckman, Company D; William H. Kendrick, Company E; Wash
W. Scott, Company F; and four companies from the 2nd Battalion, command-
ed by Captains Sam W. May, Comoany G; John Q. Stewart, Company H; John
Westcott, Company I and Marion J. 'laark, Company K.

The Regiment was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel "harles Hopkins,
promoted Colone; Captain Wash W. Scott promoted to Lieutenant Colonel
and John Westcott promoted Major. Up to April 2, 1865 when General Lee's
lines were broken, the stories of the 9th, 10th and llth Regiments are
almost identical in their general features. The 10th ilorida surrendered
at Appomatox 18 officers and 15 men.









Roll, Field and Staff-loth Florida Infantry.

MUTEIrRXD MUSTiRED
NAMKe. IN. OUT REMARKS.

Colonel- I
Charles F. Hopkins .................... '02April 0, '65 This Regiment was discharged from service at
I close of war.
Ileutenant-Colonel-
W. W. Scott.............................'. 2 April 0. o6
MaJors-
JohnW e ott............................... '2 Aprl '
Richard Lewis................. '2 April 9, '5
Sureon-
W. J. D. Dansler........................ '2 April 9, '65
Assistant Surgeon-
M. J. u. l)insler..... ................... ....... .......
Adjutant-
John C. fln ton .................... .... 0 April 0, 'OS
Srgeant-Major-
ame McC abe................ ........... I ': 2 April 0. 'o(
Quartermaster-
B. F. Solee.................... ...... .... '62April 9, '05
Commissary-
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
Gleor e N (lne ........ ..... .............................. .... A pril 0, 5
Commissary-Sergeants-
Chaplain-
Hospital Steward-


















220 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-zoth Florida Infantry.


MUOTMD MUOTgRBDO
NAMEa. i IN. OUT. =t9&R8I.

orIncZa.,
Cataln--
J C. Rihard ............................... ........................ ....................... Discharged at Appomattox April 0, '63.
set Lieutenant-
M Murphy......................................................... ...............
and Lieutenants-
R. B. ubrent.............................. ........................ ........................ Resigned.
H. N. Richard.... .............. ...................... ........................ Wounded at St. John's Bluff, Fla., November, '62;
discharged at Appomattox April 9, '65.
3rd Lieutenante-
R. Jones................................... ........................ ........................ Deserted at Camp Finnegan.
R. F. Lewis.................................... Ul... Discharged at Appomattox April 9, '65.
A. M. Pasco ............... ..... ........................
NHISTEDA MEN..
Adam J. W ................................ ..... ........................ April 0, '65
Adams, Hilman W......................... Sept. '01 April 9, 'O5 Wounded In Va., toward close of war.
Adams. William D....................... Sept. '01 ...............
AU as, John Q ....................... .. ................
Adams. John ........................ .
Addlon, John W ........................ april '04 April 9. 'OS Wounded at Petereburg. Va.. July 30, '64.
Alexander William................................................. ..........
Anderson, William............................May 12, '2. Wounded at High Bridge. Va., April 1, '65.
Andrews, J. A .................................... Wounded at St. John's Bluff. '63.
Benaley, B. S...................................... Sept. 14, '61 April 9, '05 Corporal.
Beasley, M. R ................................ ........................ April 9, '05
Benton, T. F...................................... .................... ......................
B ennett, B .......................................... ...........................................
Bennett, R H .................................... ................ ... ...........
Bennyfeld, M ............................................ ........................
Boothe .................................... ............
Brooker. William H ........ ........ Feb. Jun 6 '6 Captured at Petersburg. Va., September 10, '64
Brown, Jerome.................................. ....................... April 9, 'OS carried to Point Lookout, Md., and remained
Bryan, A ...................................... ..................... ... ........... there until paroled.
Bryant. ................................. ........................
Cam pbell. F. F......................................................... ...... ............
Campbell. Henry F. .......................... ................ April 9,
Carrera, Gasper............................. ......... .............. ......................... Killed at Petersburg, Va.
Carte. T .............................................................. ................ .
Cason. A. J ........................................ April '03 April 9. '6S Wounded in Virginia,
Cate. T. H ......................................... .................... ....
Chestnut, Jame.............................. Sept. '61 April 9, Wounded at Olustee, Fla., February 20. '04.
Crews. Joseph................................... ....................... ........................
Culpepper. B. 8........................................................ ........................
D avenport, J. T................................ ...............I ................... ...
Dens Calvin A.................................. Nov. 2 ......... ......... Shot at Olustee, Fla.. February 20, '64.
Dees. Franklin P............................ Nov. '1 ............................ hot at Olustee, Mn.. February 20. '04.
DIo H ....................................... ........................... ...................
Ik w M iles C...................... ................................................
J)luberly. Joseph T.................................... ... Wouned severely at Cold iLHrbor,Va.. June 3.'04.
eni n, ). C .... ...................... ................. Disability.
Deni T. M....................................................... April 9 '6O Wounded at Petersburg, Va., July. '64.
Dl io M ................................................ .......
D uke la E .................................. ....................... .......................
Dulren T. J... ........... ............. ept. 3. '02 ........................ Wounded at Olustee February 20. '04.
E dy. W illiam F........................... .. .............
.Ice. A J .......................................... ........................ ........................
Edwards, W illiam ............................ ...........................................
Elks, Thom as ...... ............................................ ................
Emmerick. Joseph................................................. ........................ Killed in battle.
Farnell. Daniel..............................................................
Forsythe. F. M ............................... ........................ April 9. '05
Forsythe. J. V............. .............. ..................... ....................
Forsythe, M I............................... ........................ .....................
Forsythe. William T.............................................. April 9, '6O
Gatlin. George.......................................... April 9, 'OS
Gatlin. John.............................. ........................
Gommellon, A. F..............................................
Gom m ellon. J. B................................ ............... .........
H agan. David.................................... ........ ...............................
Hall. Elisha................................................. .....
Hall, John....................................... Sept. 25. '61 ..................... Shot at Cold Harbor. Va., June 4, '64; promoted
Hardee. Joseph................................................................................ Sergeant.
H arri John............. .......... ...... ....................... .... ..............
H illlard. Jam es................................. ....................... ........................
Hode R. C ............ ....................... . .......
Hol ngworth Gilbert .... ....... Sept. 28. '01 April 9. '65
Hollingworth. Wi lhamn................... ..........
H oeford. R F.................................. ........................ ...............
James James T.......................... '62 .......................
Johns, Jackson J...................... ..................... April 9, '65 Wounded at Cold Harbor. Va.. February 14. '63.
Johns. William............................................ .
Johns. Lev................... ........ Sept April 05
Johnson. W. H....... ............ ........ April 9. '05
Jones. Charles ..................................................... .... ..... .............
Jones. James T................................ Sept. 1 '61 April 9. '05

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 221


Roll Company A--oth Florida Infantry.

(ComvNuts.)




MUrXBID IUTmran
MAMI. IN. ouT. atUMAma .



Jone T. J.......................................... ........................ April 9 '5
Klley, J. G .................................. ........................ April 9, '05
Kelley, Wesley W...................................................................
Kennedy, Augustus.................................................Aprl 9. '
Kennedy. James H......... ....................... ........................ ergeant.
Kennedy. K......................... ............... .............
Kyle. David ............................... ........................ ..Sergeau t.
Landiti. Thomal P.................. ............ ........... Iot left eye.
Lw l ................ .................... April 9. '
Lon, J. V .......................................................... April 9, *(5

l tu r, ........................................... ......... A pril 9, '
Malphura. wa d................................. ................
Malphurs, Jamen F ........................ teh. '02 July 1 '615 From hospital in Va.
M or, C. P............................... ......... April '
M into. J. T ................................... ........................ ........................
M oore. Jam es A ................................ ........................ ........................
Moore. J. W...................................................... April 9.
Morean. Thom ................... y '02 April 9, '0S
M uller. ................... .................................. ......................
Murphy T. M ....................................................April 9, '05
Sobles. Benjamin...............................................April 9. '05
Nobles. John...................................... ........................ ........................
Nobles, J. T........ ............................
Nobles. Isam ............. ......... ept. 18, '62 April 9, '05
Padmett. William............................................
Parker. Mthew ............................... 02 April '0 Shot n Virginia.
Pou r, Peter..................................... '02 April 9, '05
Pool. Sam uel.................................... .....................
Poour, A ................................................. ...............
Prescott, J. D................................. June 2 April 9. '65
Prevatt J. K...................... .......................... April 9, '6
P riee G ........................................ ................ .......................
Revels. William E. I ...................................... ... ........
Richbltrg. l sasc................ ................................... April 9, '65 Wounded at Crater near Petersburg July. '04.
ichard. H. M.............................. ......................... sergeant.
SJ. M......... ............... ............ ........ Ded in hospital at Savannah, Ga.. '64.
Roterts. James E....................... July '4 ............
Robinson, L. M.......................................... ..... ................
lobnon J. ............. ......... .................. Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Sever. J. N....................................... Sept. '02 April 9. '05
Simme. Edward...................... .......... .............
lnmnmo. Josep)h.... ........ ....................... April 9. '
Mim nm W A ................... ....................... ........................
Hminth. i. D r......................... '02 April U, 'M Ap|t>lntcd Asistant Surgeon of 2nd Regiment
Smith. S. I .............................. ............ r............ l.... ................... (viiry; (,lonel Htlth. and served an uchl un-
til war eoledl.
Smith. William H................................... ..... Sergeant.
mnythle, W. J
Hto he W. .................................. .... April 9, '5
t l W ............. ........................ April 9. 'o5
Strickland. ................................. ................. .......................
Strickland. A. J........ ............. .............
Strickland. E. M......
Subrent, F. L...... ..................... ........ ..............
Sullivan, Fran4ls................................................ April 9, '65
Sullivan. Henry M.................... June '61 April 9. '05 Re-enlisted in Captain Maxwell's Company.
Tayor John
Tut lton. J. W .............................................................. A april 9. '65
T artyr. John ......................................... ........................ ........................
T iier. W lliamn M .............................. .............. .......... April 9. 65
Tidwell. John C.............................. '63 April 9. '5O
T rueluck. J. F ............................... ...................... .......................
Vares. William A......... ........... '01 April 9. '05 Wounded at St. John's Bluff, '04.
W arren, W J.................... ..... ........................................
W aters Is ae.................................... ........................A ri 9 '
West. Jason..... .............................. I ........................
Wet. John M ............ ........ .................. Promoted Sergeant deserted.
West. W. S................................ 1, April 9 '5
White. George..........................................................................
W white. TWR F ......... ............................. .................... .
White, Thaddeu .................... 'i......... '0 ...................... Discharged for disability September 9, '64.
Williams. John R.........................'62 April 09, '65 Captured and imprisoned at Newport News. Va
WU ms, Jepth V .................... Feb. 03 April 9, '6 Shot at Petersburg, Va.. '83.
Wilson Jasper N............................. .......... April 9 '6
W ilson, Joseph............................................... ....................... Corporal.
Wndon ............ .......... April 9 '
Younblood. I ah ........................ ept. '1 April 9. '05 Died at Tallahassee April. '02; of pneumonia.



















222 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B-zoth Florida Infantry.


MIUTSerKD MUSOTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. B UMABKL

orrICSsM.
Captain-
Charles J. Jenkins............................................. ........................ Killed at Cold Harbor.
ist Lieutenants-
Henry Stephens....................... ........................ ........................Retired at reorWganatlon.
John Hatcher................:......... Meh. '02 April 9, Promoted t Leutenant from st Sergeant.
and LiAutesants-
Samuel K. Colline......................... .......... ........................
V. R. Collin.................. ................................... April 9. '5 Surrendeed, 2nd Lleutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
Jmes Blalock......................... ............. ....................... Retired at reorganization.
John B. Stallinge............. ..... ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Arnold, Daniel .................. ..... ...................
Arnold. Frank.............. .............. ...... ........................
A rnold, Perry .................................... ........................ ........................
Arnold, Redding.......................... ........................ ........................
Arnold, Samuel................... ..........................
Ayers, Frank.............................. .......... 1st Corporal.
B arnard, .............................................. ........................ ........................
Bass, M opes........................................ ...................... .............
Blair. W illiam .................................... .. ................ ..... ......
B lalo k, Jefferon.............................. ........................ ........................
Blalock. Thomas.................................................................
Blount. Samuel........................................ .. .............
Boyd, Macon.................. .... ..... ...................
Bradshaw, John...................................................... ................... 2nd Sergeant.
Cauon, Harley.................. .............................. ........
Cason Henry......................................... ........ .........
Cheshire, Rihard.... ............................................................ Wounded at Peterburg.
Corbnwell George............. --.-......-.......
Cribbs, Darrell J.......................... ay 2, ay '
Cribbs, Jordan......................... May 2, '2 May '6
Cribbe, Owen B........ ............. ay '2 May '06
Cribbs, Thomas ............................ May 2, '02 May '65
Culih paper, Benjam in........................ ........................ ........................
Curlbreth, Obediah.......................... ........................ ........................
Curlbreth. Thomas C ........................ ..................... ..... ....
Daniels. Elas......... .......... .... .............
D ean, M athew .................................. ....................... ... .....................
D ow ning, Elk .................................... ....................... .......................
Downing, Elk.....
Downin William...................... ....................... ...............
yarnell ael...... .. .......... Sept. 1, '1 .. .....
Green, baniel ........................ ................... .................5th sergeant.
Green, James............................. ............ ........................
Hardee, Cornelius............................................... .........
H ardee, I a c ............... ............ ........................ .....................
Hardee, J ph H......
Harrison Thmas B.......... Sept. '1 .............Wounded at Olustee, Fla.
Hogans, ward John................................ ................. ..........
Ho ns, Samuel ................................ ... ...............
Horans, Tiny................................... ....ounded at Petersburg, V. June 19, 64.
Hogarn, Jmeon............................. ........................ ........................
Horn Eli ..................................... ........................ ...... .........
Horn, Mallory...... .............. .............
Horn, Simeon.. ................ .. ............. ... 3rd Ser
Hudgens Hen.. ...... ......... ............ ......... ... .... .........
Hunt r, Luke ................... ............. ... ........................
Jackon, rew................................................... .............3rd Sergeant.
Jaekmon, Henry................................ ........................ ............
Jackon, ock................... ................
Jackson, James......
Jackson, Rufus..............................................
Jackson, Thomas......................... ...... ..............
Jackson W illiam ............................ ........................
Kendrick. James............................ .................... ........ ..........
K ni ht Jonathan.. ................ ............. ....... ..................................
K night John...... ..... ...... ....... ..............
Lam b. W illiam ........ ............................ ... ... ...... .............
Lee. Palmer ..... ............. .. ...... .. ............
McCall. Jes ....................... ..................... ........................
McCall, Joel ............................... .
McCall, Thoma..... .................Mch. 21 '62 ........... Shot at Petersburg December. '64; captured and
paroled from prison at Newport News June 21,
McCormick. Mathew....................... ............................................ Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64.
McCormick................................ ....
M ec rm ck .......................................................... ............ ...........
Matthis, Dock ............. .......................
Mohley. Hardee..... ................... .. .......... .....
Ogels.by Frank ....................... ...................
Ogelpby, James .............. ....... ............... ...
O e tb y., John................................. ..................
O celAby, M arion ......... .................................. ........................
Padgett. G eorge .......................... .................. .......................


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 223


Roll Company B-xoth Florida Infantry.
(Conwrnvo.)

MUarut-D MUSTURUD
NAMS. IN. OUT. XEMAKBS.

Powell. Georg W .................... Aug. '61 ... .................... 2nd Sergeant; transferred to Sinall Corps:
PratherJ. Y......................................................... April 9, '6 wounded four times, twice seriously.
Pra ster, Po ............................ ...; ................... ........................
Rather, W iiam .............................. ........................ ........................
Register, Abe.................................... ....................... ........................
Legister, Chester A.............. ................. ................


Register. William............. .. Ih. '82 April 9, Shot at Weldon R. R. August 25. '64.
_ boe. uukk. W illis ............................... ........................ ......................
R collins R obert.................................. ........................ ........................
Scott, George A. K........................... ........................ ...................... Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64.
Seavena, Fleldin............................. .......................... ......
Shaw, Crowford................................ ...................................
Shaw. Dena ey..r............................... ........................ ........................
Shaw, Dene .................
Shaw Thoras Mt......... ................. ...... ............. A il 9,
Shaw er B nert ....... ............................ ........................ ........................
Shaw. G reenbe ............................................................ .................
Sharpi, ThoniaI M.............................. ........................ April 9. '5
Shiver, Bonap.arte........ .... ..........................................
Silver, Green................................ .......................... ....... th Sergeant.
hmith. Uabr ....................... ........................ .................
Sm ith. W ler .................................................................................
Starlin. Jse.......................................... ............. ........
Iteveon, Floy..................................... ...............
Wlo n..., Ewar .... .................. .....................................
W ilon.................................... ............................. ............
W ilon ...... ........... I ........................... ................................................
Wood, Pleward. Manthew ....... ................... .....
W oods, W lluam ....................................................... ........................

Zitp erer. T. J.............................. ...... ..... ...... ..... April 9, '5


Roll Company C-roth Florida Infantry.


SMUTERRlD MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ornIcaMs.
Captais-
W illiam P. Frink..........................................................................
Edwin West.................................................... ........................... Promoted Captain from t Lieutenant.
1st Lieutenant-
eore Roblnson .................................................................... Promoted lst Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant.
and Lieutenants-
Alexander A. Stewart.... ......... ....... ....................... ............. Re ned.
urk.................................................... ............... rooted 2nd Lieutenant; died, '64
3rd Lieutenants-
J. L. Morgaa............................ ......... ............... .... ...... P. promoted 3rd Lieutenant; died while at home on
H. A. lnt........................................ .. .......... furlough.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, J. J....................... ...... .............. ........... ............
A lien R H ......................... ......... .......... ........ .........
Alll J. W ...................... ....... June '(1 April 0. '4
A lim R. 'R .................................. ........................... April 9, '01
An'lereom. William............................ ...................... April 9, '*W
Averitt. J. M........ .......................... Ari 9, '5
Barr, J. A........................................ ....... ...............
Blaekm an. Joab................................ ........................ ........................
Blair. W ................................. ... ............ ... .. ...
Bohanon, John ........... ........................
Bohnnon, W.......... .................. ................ April 9, '15 Corporal.
Brown, F................................. ............... ...... ........
B row n, J ................ ............. ........................ ........................
Br wn. Mathew .....................................................
Bryant. T. J........................................ ..... April 9. '6
Bryan n W................................................. April 9. '05
Bullok Josiah.......................................... ......... .........
urke, W W.............................................. I ........... ..................Promoted 2nd Sergeant.
Bur e. W .........................................................................
Burnham William............................ ........................ ..............
Cannon. E, M......... .....................
Cannon. T. C .............. .....................
Cannon. S. H ............................................... ............. ...........
Carraway. Joseph...................................... ........................
Carruth, J. L............................................................. 1st Sergeant.
Chamberlain John............................................ ........................
Cheshire, W..... ... ........ ................... April 9. '6















224 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-zoth Florida Infantry.
(CowmNorrD.)

MUEti Ea MOUBTson
NAMES. I. OUT. i3MAy s.

Chixkers, William .............................. ................. ......................
Coker. J. M........................ ......................... April 9, '6 lt Corporal
Coleman. W illiam ................................ .................................
Crews. John ............... ............. ................ ........................
Cribb D L.................................... ............. ....... .... .....
Davenport. Jam .. R ........................... .... ...... l 9, 65 Corporal; promoted Sereant.
Davenport, Seth. 0 .............................. ............. April 65 Promoted Sereant; wounded at Cold Harbor
June 8, '64.
Davenport. William...................................................... ant.
Davi C. A ......................................... ........................ April 9, '68
Day, Jose h ...................................... ........................... April 9, '6
Day, Wiam ................................. Oct. '61 July '64-'65 Re-enlated In Quincey Stewart's Company.
Dees, P. Perry.................................. ........................ April 9, '65
Dempsey, Andrew.......... ...................... pril 9, '65 Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64.
avery ........................................................... ............. ....
D orm an, 1). H .......................................................... ........................
Dormai eorge i ........... .............. ............ A l 9. 5
Duncan, W. W ..... .....April 9, '65
ver. William .. .................... ...............
edan, W. W ............................................... April 9,
F on, W illiam ............................ ... .....................
F edbon, W H.................................. ........... ............. ............
hinbon, E. W ............................... ........................ ........................
Gi bhbon. W F ...................... .............. ........ ........r......
Frink. G. W ...................................... ........................ ........................ Sergeant.
Glbb W illiam M ................................... .........................................
Gill, Edward ......... ............................................... April 9, '
G0ll, John................................... ........................ ........................ Wounded severely near Petersburg,Va., March,'65.
Gordy, George.. ........................ ..................
G reen, D D ....................................... ................................................
Green. Samuel............................................... April '65 Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64.
Green, W. Thomas........ ..................... April 9 '65
H am Aaron.............................. ...........................................
Handry. A. J...................................... ........................
High. William.................................... ........................
Hodges. R. C ...................................... ... ............:........... Promoted lst Sergeant.
Hodges, William ........I .............................. ........
Hodges T. W...................................................... April 9, '65
Inabreth James N ..................... Sept. 6, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded in shoulder April 7, '61 at Sailor's Creek,
Ishum, W. L..... ..................... ........................ ...................... Va.
Johnson, B.......................................................... .............
ohnson, G. H.................................... ............................
Johnson, W L................................................................
Jones Jam es ............................................................. .......... ......
Jowers. John H...............................................
Keith, J. E .........................................................
Lee, J. W .............:.............................. ......... ... ...
Lewi J. M ...................................... .......................... ..................
Lind y, J. M ...................................................... .............
McoGure, D................................. ....................... .........
Monk ........... .......................... ..............
Moore, Jo ph ..................... ............................:::::: .............::::::
M orrian Jo ph ............................ ...........:: ...... ... .. ........................ nt
Oliver Alfredam ......... ......................... ................. Corporal.
Parr tt, ..... ....... ........................................... ............... ........ Serg ant.
Parrish. W illiam .............................. ........................ ........................
Parrott. W 0 .................................. ........................ ........................
Payne, R obert................................. ...................... ........................
Stewart. Alexander A ................. ........... ...... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Company *A,"10th,
Stewart. A W ....................................... .............. .......................
Stroman, William..................... ....... ..... Corporal.
Wadsworth. J. W...................................
W illiam s. John............................... ..................... ........................
Willam William .................. .................................
Willis, James.............................................
Wishard. W. H.... ..............................
W oodw rd. J. H ........................................................ ...... ... corporal.
YV ites. W illiam ....................... ........... .. ............. ..................


Roll Company D--oth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

orncKhn.
Captains-
Thoas E. Buckman....... ................................................ Promote to general taff.
Thomas M. Mickler ................... ............. ...... ................... Promoted Captain; from 2nd Lieutenant.
Ist lieuteo ants .............
John C. Buffington.............................. Promoted Adjutant from 1st Lieutenant.


















SOLDIERS OF FLOOR DA. 225


Roll Company D-roth Florida Infantry.
(CoNnTrnUD.)


MUSTEZED MUBTERVD
NAMES. IN. OLT. REMARKS.

E. Martin..................................... ............. April 9, '5 Promoted It Lieutenant; from 3rd and Second.
and Lieutenant-
W. B. Rateliff ... ............. ...... ........................ April 9, '05
3rd Lieutenant-
John M TTaylor............................. ........................ April 9, '5
ENUSTED MEN.
Adams, J. W ....................... .......... Feb. '2 April 0. '65
Adams Joeph W................................................. April 9, '06
Barber, John.............................................................. ..................
Blalock. T. F................... ............... ................. ..................
Booth, John..................................... ....... ......... ..........
Booth, Benji nmin ........................ ............... ....... ................. Corporal.
Bronson, G. W............................. ................ ...
)rown. A..................... ............... April Impri ed at Fort Delaware.
Brown, John...................................... ................... .......................
Case, John ...........................................
(lark, T. W ...................... ep '61 .................... Wounded at Chattahooche River July, '03.
Clark, W esly..... ........ .......... .............
Clemenl James 0.............................. ........................ April '05 2nd Corporal; wounded at Farmville, Va.
Clements. J. ................... ....... .......................... April 0. 'IO
Clem ents. J. G .......... .................................... ........................
onner. A. ...............................................
C er. l un.................... .... ....... ........ ................ ...................... Corporal.
Crew ........... ....... A .......... ................ ......
C rew W ...................................... ........................ ........................
Crews, Hf. (....... ....... ........................ ........................
Crews, Samuniel........ ......... ................ ............
Darling, John J................... ..... April 0 '65
e P ....................................... ..................... ........................
Davis. W. ................................. ................. .. ..........
io M ...... ................................... ..................... .......................
Douglass. Eli ha ..................... ..... ........................ ........................ M usician.
Evera, Je a ...... ............................. ........................ ................... u
Eveoth.... April 9, '05
Ferrand Stephen W ............... ........................................... W under at Fernandlna June, '02 and discharged
Fowler, es.............................. .......................................... re-enlisted in Ordnance Department.
Gilson, George ..... .......... ...... .
Geifford. W illiam ............................. .................... .. ........................
Geiger, John A.......... ........................
Grey, Charles H ............................... ....................... ........................
Griffiths, C. B.................................. ....................... ..................
ten, William J............ .......... h. 61....................... Discharged for disability.
H annerhan, ............................ ........................ .............. ..
Hanhaw. B. D...........................................
H ard Joseph.................................. .............................
H ernande A ........... ........................ ................ ....... ...... ........... sergeant.
Iuimphries, Chnrles i ................. ............. .......................................
linmlphroeym. William ............. ...... ........................
hunter, irn.................................... .....April 9, '65 Wounded in head and foot in Vr., '0?.
tch W ill ...... ................ ....................... ........................
I erville. Jam es ...... .................. ....................... ........................
Sohnsaon. W illiam L.......................... ....................... ........................
ohnson Jam es ................................. ....................... .......................
eene. Joseph B .............................. ........................ ...................... ..
Kennedy, Jame. ............................. ........................................... ergeant.
Knowles, A. J................................. ................... ................
Knowles, T.A.......................Oct. 14, 'ili April 1" '8o6 Captured, '04. and, imprisoned at lllton Head
tS. .., until Ilope of war.
ewis, M. D..................................... Mch. 'W April 9, '65 Wounded at Turkey Ridge, Vn., 15, '04.
McCabe, James M.......... ... .................. sergeant.
Mriowan, It. L........ ...... eo. '01 April 0, '8 Wounded by R. I. ears May 1, '04.
Mcrowan J. N............................... ............. April ,
Merl.awi, John K........................ ......................... April 0. '
M ickler, I Mn el................................ ................ ..........
Mikler, John If.............. ............................................ Corporal,
Miekler, Peter T................. ...................... April 9, 'OS
Mickler, Robert................................ .............. ....... ......
Mickler, Samuel C0................ ...................
Morris, W. C.................................................... ...... April 0, '65 2nd Sergeant.
Munson, W ...................................... .. ...................... April 9. '65
Oliver. Wll.tam........ ..................................
O wens, W J...... ......................... ........................ April 9, '05
Parker, Simon....... ......................... .......................
Parker. William ........................ ........................ ........................
Parm enter, D M .............................. ................. ...... .......................
P rice. D avis ...................................... ....................... .......................
Ratcliff, Carter................................. ............. .......... ................... Prom oted Sergeant.
R atelif W ................................................................ ....................
Roe John T ........................................ .................April 9. '66 3rd Corporal.
Searorouh. W. A........................... Mh. 4 '62April '5,Wounded at Cold Harbor May 5, '62.
Sessions. Joseph...............................I................... ..........I


















226 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA..


Roll Company D--oth Florida Infantry.
(CONTImNED.)

MUTELEaD MUSTERED
NAMES. SN. OUT REMABKS.

Sharp ton, A. M.................................. ........................ April 9, '685
Shphrd. William A........................ ..... April 5 Shot at Cold Harbor June 3, '64 and died In hos-
Smith David............................................................ April 65 pitl at Richmond Va.
smith I ..................................... ...............................................
Sm ith, Joseph .................................... ........................ ......................
well, John V.. ... .......... April 9 '69 5 Wounded by R. R. accident at Ta'lahassee, Fla,
tukey, James..... ............. ............... ........... March 10, '62.
Summerall, T. J.................................. ........................ ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
ummerall Henry................. .... ...................
Sweat, Alfred ................................. ............. ....
Joseph .................................................. .............
&o= : April 9. '85 lot Corporal.
pson, F.................... ... .... ...... ............. ........ April 9, '65 l t Corporal.
Th son, James.............................. ............. ................ Musician.
Tracy. W. Irvin............................................
Turner, O win ............ ................... ....................................
Tucker, llou hby...... .................... ........... ...... .....................
Tyre, John .................................... .......................
Varnes, W. A .......................... .AprIl 6, Or,
Whittle, J N ...................................... .. ......... April 9, 'O1
Wlkerson, A...................................... .................... ........................ CorporaL
Wilkerson, Bryant............................ ........................ April 9 '
Wilkerson, .................................... ..................... .April 9 '65
Wllkeron, John............................... ..................... April 9, '6 Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64.
W illis. Jose ...................................... ..... ................... .. .................
W illiams. (eorte J ..................... ........................ ........................
Wince, George C.......... ................. ........
Worth, Wilson..................................... .............


Roll Company E--oth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
W.H. Kendrick........................................ ..................
B.. Grenard....................................................... .................. ...... Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to Captain;
lst Lieutenants- wounded at Cold Harbor.
W. W. Kellam...................................
John B. Starlin............................. 'OI April '85 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; lost left arm at Hatch-
er's Run, Va. October 28, '64.
John G. G. Hamilton................................................................ Promoted Ist Lieutenant; lost right leg at Peters-
and Lieutenant- burg. Va., '04.
John Evans.......... .............................. ..............
3rd Lieutenants-
D. k ...................................... ...... ...... April rent; promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
E. A. Hill .......... ................................ .. rooted 3rd Lieutenant.
NLIIAtTNO MPN.
A llion. R obert .... .................................... ........................
Bakor, C............................... .......... ...............
H arber, W W .......................... ....... ....... ....... .... ....................
B ar J ............................................... ........................ ........................
Bell. W 1.......................................... .............. ..... April 9, '0
Black. N. R. ........ ............... ....... April 9, '65
B lue. A ............................................... 1 .. .................
B u k. R ................................................................ ........ Ser ant.
Calvert, J. D..... ......... p .. ..... April 0, '5 1st Hergeant.
Caruthers, Andrew Y.... .....Sept. '01 April 0, '85
Caruthern, W iley W ..... .................. ........................ ........................
Clifton, G. W...................................
Colbert W P ............................................... ............................. Corporal.
Crum. L..................... ................
Daniels Eia ............................. Sept. 15, '01 April 9, '5
D ann. E 8......................................... .................. .......................
Dean J.... ....... ....... ........................
Oorm an. Geo. H ............................................. ........................
D ri ers, Jam es A ...... ................... ..................... ........................
EUis, Richard............................ '02 ........................ Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '64.
Fusseill B ......................................
Garner. Jackson.... .................................... .. ... .... .
Garner, James............................... ...... April 9, '6- Corporal.
Garner. John................................ ...................... April 9, oral
Gibbens. J. J.................................... ....................... April 9. '65 Corporal.
G illis M .................................. ........................ ........................
Golden, John ............................... ................
Gordy, George ..... ..........
G ough. J. ............................... ........................ ....
Grant, L ........ ........... ......... ................. ............ o r age.
Hall. D. k........................................ lt Sergeant; discharged, over age.
















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 227

Roll Company E-ioth Florida Infantry.
(CONTIrmto.)

JMVBTERDo MUSTERED
NAMS. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Hamilton, Auswell T..................... Sept. 26, '62 Arril 0. '(1
Harris, W S ....... ...................... April 0, '66 1st Corporal.
Histt, ........... ........................... ........
Hodge, J. 8 ........S ............ ................... .....................
Hutehinson, Joeph ...................... 62 ................... Wounded at Petersburg October 27, '84; pro-
| moted Sergeant.
Hutchinson, L. B............................. June '82 April 9, '65 Wounded twice at Ream's Station, Va., August
Ivey, Jam es........ ....... ............... ........................... 21, '64.
Ivey. W H ................................................................. .........
John, B......................................................... ........ April 0, '65
Johns, C ............................................. ........................ April 9, '605 Corporal.
Johns, Levi Martin............. ....................
Johnson David B........................M. Me. '62 April 0, '05 Shot at Cold Harbor June 3, '64; promoted lst
Johns, T ................................................................... ....................... Sergeant.
Jones, W ........................................... ................... ...................
Jowers, John H.............................pt 1 ......... ... Was blown up by a shell which passed under feet
Kellum. Amas.............................. ..... ........ April 0, '65 at Richmiond, Va.. '64.
Kellum R................................................................ pril 0. 2nd Sergeant.
Lamb, iram W........................ ........................Wounded at Olustee by spent ball.
Lancaster, B; F......... .. .........................
Law. 3 .....1......
L aw ... ................... .......... ............. ........................
L ee, J .............................. ... ......................... ........................
L ee, J. H ..... ................................. ........................... ........
Lind .......... ........... ... .................
Loner, J................................. ............... ...... ................. sergeant.
L one P .............. ........ .... ..... .............
M l ids A...................................... .................. April '
Mileriau l n J, H..:; ............................................. April 9. '65 Corporal.
Mane Jmes.................................................. April 0, '05
M eredith, A. J. ............... ......... ........................
Miller, Timothy................................ ........................ April 0. '65 Died of disease in the hospital at Lake City. '64.
M i s H ... ............ .... ............ .......... .......
Monroe, Jame... ........................April 0 '
M onroe, .......................... .. ................................. ..............
Sonro, ::::::.......................................... ........................ ........................
ew erf. y, H ........................... ..... ... ...................... .. ..
O r J .................................. ........................ April 90, '5 ergeant.
Patrobe W. .......................................................... April 9, '65
P re at, T ............................................ ...... ................ .......................
Pr J. T................................ ............ ....... Corporal.

r .va t...... .
Rateliff. J. F................................... Sept. '81 April 9. '0(1
Rawin, Robert .................................. ...... April 9, '0
Rih l. H. N ....................... ..................April 9. '
Robert, R. R .................................. .... ... ......... April 9. '65
, J................... .........................
oy e S. W .............................. ........................ ........................
S tvage, John................................... ................. ............. ......
v R e ..... ...................................... ............... ......... ...
Savu e, Robert........................................................ ..... .......
Shiver ...................................... ....... .......... ..... .......................
st ............................ ............................................................
Simmons, W.......... .......................
Sm ith, A. H. ........................................................ ............., 05
Smlitho W ........ ............................. ..................... ...............
peer, Arthur A .............................. ......... April 9, '6 Wounde severely t Olustee, F., February 20
Sumner, James .......... ....................... ....................,April 9, '65 '64.
Thoms, B. ............. 4 ..................
.omas, B...................
Thom as, B R .................................. I ................. ... ........................
T iner, S ............................................. ........................ ........................
T u ore J .......................................... I ................. I....... ........................
Underhin, H ................................. ..............................................
W hite, ................................... ................................ .................
Wilkerson, 1.. .................................. .............. ......
Wi e, .............................. .....................
W i on 8 .. ....................... ................................. .................... .

Roll Company F--oth Florida Infantry.


UuaTERED MUSMREED
NAMf. IN. OUT. REMARKS,

OmrCERs.
Captainse
Wash W. Scott........ ........... ........................ Promoted Colonel of the 10th Florida on the for-
mation of that Regiment under Southern Con-
federacy.


















228 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F--oth Florida Infantry.
(C~NTMuM D.)

MUSTERDI MUSTRItID
NAMnE. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

John H. ll......................................................... ........................ Promoted Captain from 2nd Lieutenant; died dur-
st Lieutenants- Ing the war.
William B. Wimberly........................ ............
Thomas 0. Stewart.................................... 9i '6~Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieuteiant-
0. Williams......................................................................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenamts-
A. Iron .......................................................... ........................ Promoted Lieutenant.
H. W. Pooer........................ ...................................................... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams. James M.. ................ ...... ....
Adam s, J. W .. ............................................... .. .....
Adderhold. John............................... ........................ ......... .......
A llen, J. T ......................................... .......... ..... .................
Allison, Robert F............................. .......................... .........
Ayere A ss....................... ........ ....................... ........................
Ayer, Ben ...................................... Sept. I1, '62 '64 Dischared for disability.
Ayers, John...................................... ....................... April 9, '5 Wounded by accident on way to Olustee February
15, '64.
Ayers, W. M............................................................... Died at Alum Bluff, Fla., Dec. 16, '2.
Barnes, James .................................................. ................
Beanen, John............................ ........................ ........................
Bennett, James............................... .................. ......
Bennett, John..... ................... ..................... ..
Benton R hard............................... ..................... ..................



Burnett, F ...........................................
Burton, George....... .................April 9, '6
Burh, M. D. .................. .......................
Bush, Marscue ...................................................April 9, '65
Bush W illiam R ................................................... .. ................
Cason. A................. ........................................
Cas wen am n................................... ... .
C m Benjam in. .............................. ........................ ........................
Cam el ... ........... .......... ........ ......... ................... Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '84.
Cato, Homer C..........................Aug. 24, 04 ..........
Cato, T. C ......................... ................................. April 9. 05
C ato, T ..................................... .... .................... .... ......... ....
Chesmir, Daniel................. ..... ...... .... .................
Cline, George N ......:.............................. ....... April 9. '65 Quartermaster-Sergeant.
Cole. Edward ........... ............... .........
Colon, John................. ...............
Colson, Thom as W .................................................
Colson, W H ..... ............................... ....... .................
Corbin. John....................................................... ........................
Conner. A lfred........ ....................... .................. .....................
C ruise. C ....... ........................ ....................... ........................
D)arden. J..................................................... .
Davis. E. M..... .......... ...................... .......
Davis, A. H........... .................... ... Killed at Olustee.
Davis, Robert M ............................................ .... April '
Davis, R. F................................... .................................. Wounded near Petersburg February 5, '03.
Davis, W. M .................................. ....................... ........................ Wounded at Gaines' Farm, Va.. July, '04.
Deason, John.............................. ...........................
D ees, C. A .............................................................. ....................
Dow n. Henry T.......................... July '2 ...... ............
Downin Jame ........................................................................
D ow nin,, Josen h................................................ ........................
Ellis, Thomas 8 .................... ....................... April 9, '85 Ist Corporal.
Farmer, Jmes .......... .........
Fitts, Henry. .................................... ..................
Flemingi. Dominlck.................... .... ..................
Fletcher, J. B......... .... .......... .......................April 9, '6
Fletcher, Peter................. .... ................. ........................
Fletcher, W llam ............................. ....................... ................
O am ble, John................................... .............. .......................
Goodru., Simon ............................. ......... ..................
Good-'h, A...........................April 9. '65
Goria, Jerome..................................... 3td Sergeant.
Haitn, John...................................... .
H arin. M orrisonJ..... .................... ....... ........................... .........
Hale. Thomas .............................. ...........................................
H arte J. .................................... .......... ..................
Hartn. Thoma ...... .............. .......... ..............
H lea h. Frank................................... ...............................................
Holland. C. ..............................................April 9. '62
H oa ue. I.. ................ ...................... ...................
Hua ns. mry .. .................................April 9, '5
H u ln. Inhn .................................. ........................ .......................
Huoilns, Martin............................... ........................ April 9. '
Huvdins, W.......... ..................... .....
u in W. .. .. F ..... ............................................... ........................
Jackson, J. F ....................................................................................



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 229


Roll Company F-roth Florida Infantry.
(COzmonMa .)

MUSTNMRD MUUT=RUD
NAMMaS. Im. OUT. aUAsUUI.
Jone, Jaes T..............................................................
uson. Joe ................................. ........................ April 9, '65
Low an George W..............................................April Promoted Serent; wounded '4.
McAelib, JohnaD ............................................... April 6
M LoDone Pere val. ................................................................ .........
McGee, Ja ............ ....................... .......
MeLin, Jerome N........... ............. .. ............ ergent
M cLin, N B...................................... ........................ ........................ lst ergeant.
Malphus. James................................ ....................... ......
Mfkel Allen..................... .............. ....................... April '0 Wounded at Olustee February 20, '04.
Mickel. Solomon............................................ April 9. '5
Mickler. T. M....................................April 0, '6S
Moody, F. D. A................................ ...................... April 9. '05
Moody. James A................................ ....................... April 0, '05 Wounded at Petersburg June, '04.
M oore, A. J...... ................................... .................... April 9. '05
Money, Alfred..................................................................... Musiclan
M money I. A........................................
Mott,
Mott. W ........................................ .......................... ..........................
Oliver. Alfred .................................... Sept, '61 April 9. i0 Wounded t Olustee February 20, '64.
O teeth ........................ ........................ pril 2nd Corporal
Pedarvis, Daniel ......................... ............. ...... ......
Penderois, 1.. L................... .. ............... .................. Corporal; killed in service.
.Penderol. I. B.................................... .................. ......................... Corporal.
Perry, John.........................................
Perry, John ... ..................................... ........................
Pitts, James.:.........................................
Pooser. A. E.................................................... ... pril 9, '05 Corporal; promoted let Sergeant; wounded at
Poo r, A ............................................ ............................................... W eldon.
Power.Edward R............................ ....................... ........................
Renfroe, Green...................... ........ .. ..................... ...... ....
Ritter, William H............................ ...................... April 9, '. 6
Ruvera. W illiam ......................... ... ..................... .................
Russell, A. W.......................... ....... ...........
Sanches. F. ...............................................
Sanches, H. H.................... ...... .....................
Sanchez, John 0..............................................................
Scarborough, Mathew W .................. ...........................Sergeant.
Sessions. M. e. ............................. Feb. 13, '61 April 9. '65
- session. S. T.................................................... April 9 '65
Shepherd. J. C ................................................... April 9. '6
Shirley. Andrew J .... ............... .. ..... April 9, '5 Shot at Weldon R. R. Va., August 21, '64.
Shirley, I.......................... ................. ....... .......................
Shirley, John...................................... ........................ ........................
Spires. ........................
Sm ith. H enry........ ..................... ................................................
Sm ith. H T........................................ .......................A pril 0. '0 5

Smith W ................... ................... .... April '
tln ilt y, WJohn ... ............................. ............................. O,
Stunly, John R ..............................
Steveraon. Hanmuel ................. ............................................ ........ or al.
Stuart, Jame ..................................... ..... April o. '645 Died February 20, '04.
Htroble, D. A........... ................ April 0. 'o5 It Sergeant.
.num merlin. A. J ........................ ................ ........................
Sum m erlin, ................................ ...................................
Sweat, Thomas W................................... ...............
wney. Thomas ....... ...................... .
Tidwell. Charles K ............................ ........................ ........................
Tindale. Hill ............................................................. April 9,
Tindale, Henry................... .............
Tinal mue ..........................orporal.
Tucker, .................... ........................ pril 9, '65
ker, S m uel C.................................. ...... ......................
Vnau hn, John .................................... .................... ........................
Vnnghn. Willis ..............................................
Wadsworth, V. 'K ................... .................. .... April 9. '65 Wounded at Gaines' Farm May, '63; Va., also at
W walker. .......................................... ...................... .. ...................... W eldon R. R. August 21, '64.
W walker. V.......................................... ...................... ........................
W hitehuret. L .............................. ............... ... .................
Wigns. Burrel.................................... April 9. '65
W ilkerm n, Jam es .......................... ....................... .......................
Woodland. James ................................
W,(Mdlland Jseph ........... .............. ................... c m n mer 4.
Wynn, Ashhey ...... .................. ............... ................... .................. Died of consumntion November. '04.

Roll Company G-xoth Florida Infantry.


NAMES. MUI ROD MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.

Captain -
Samuel W. May..... .............

















230 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G--oth Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUnD );

MUSTERED MUSERIED
nAwUs. IN. OUTr. uEMARs.

lst Lieutenant,-
Nathan Norton.............................. ..................... .............
Lucien S. Duva .............. ... ................................ Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant-
John Purvianee........................................... April 9 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
William W. Tumberlin... .................................... April 0, '5
ENLISTED MEN.
Alderman, George F.......................... ......... .................. ..........
Alirood, George.................. .............. .................... May '5
A nderson. A M .............................. ........................ ........................
Anderson B ................................... ............ ................
Bardin, J. M......................................................... ....................... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
H aya T ays ........................................ ........................ .......... ............
Becks. Berrien W ................................................ April 9. 'a5 Corporal.
Heroe ford. W W .......................................................
B lount, W illitun l ..................................... ............... .... .....
Bolling. R. T...................................... ................... April 9, '(. ergeant.
Bunldy, Arthur ........................................ April 9, '(15 Crporal; promoted Sergeant.
Canow George P................................................. .......................
Cavedo. Lewis D...................................................... ................
Caves, James P...................................................
Dalton. Williamson W...................... ........................ .....
Darley J. F.... ........... ...................... ........................ April 9 '65
Davis. Alexander L.......................... ........................ April 9, '65
Davis, Geor M................................................
Dean, H. H.......... .... ............. April 0. '05
Dunham, David A........................... ........................April '65 Sereant.
Eubanks, James..... I........... ....................
Eubanks. John.................................. ....................
Eubank W illiam N ................................ ........... .......................
Flether, General.............................................. ........ ...... Lost le at Petersburg, Va., 26, '64; died August
Fountain, John.......................................................... April 9. '65 0, '04.
G a lin, John..................................... ...................... ...............
Geiger, Aaron....................... ...... .... .... April 9, '65
Geiger, Abraham B.... ... ....................... ...........
Geiter, Eli W.................... ...................... .................
G illen, R obert.................................... .................... ... ...........
Gould, Archibald............................. .... ........................
Green, John.............................. ....... ............
Green. Samuel ............... .............. ............... ............. Wounded at Cold Harbor. Va., sent to hospital
Grinsby, Owen M................................... .................... June 3, '64, and died July 3, '64.
Harris. William H........ .. .... ........ ..... .......
H ardee, Joseph....................... ... ............................... April 9, '. 6
Hawthorn. Willun ........................................... April '65 ereant.
Hazell, John.............................. ...............
H eo ie t, D aniel ............. ........... ............................ .............
Hicgenbothem, Lewis W..... .... ... ........................
H hunter, W illiam........ .... ..... .....................
Hlyn on. P. N....... ... .. ............. ........................
Johnson. Christopher........................ ................... ..... ................
Johnston. James H.......... ............ ...... .... ...................
Johnston, John M..... ............... ............................
Johnston, Stephen ........... ...... .... ................... ........................
Johnsto,.n Williun W........................................... April '
Kirklad. ........................................... .... April 9, '65
Lewis. Jacob....... .................. ...... ...... ......... ......
Long, George W................ ......... ... ...........
Lucas, Geore.................................................. ..................... Corporal.
Lueas. W. H................................ April 9, '65
M cConn. A lexander........................... .................. ........................
McConn. Heetor........ ............... .... ......................
McElvy, Daniel R............................ ...... April 9, '65
McI.lvy, Uiavid R .............. ............... .........................
MeCalhem. Joseph I............... ........... ............April 9, '6
Mincher, William........ .. .... .............
Morgan. John J. F... .............. ......
Mott. Richard ......... .. .... ... .. .......................
Myers. Jee L........................ .........................
Pettles, John................................ ........................ .................
Norton, Columbu s.... .....................................................
Norton, Nathan Jr............ ....... ....................
Norton, W illis.............. ................ ......................
O'Hern, Michal..........................................
Owens, M artin...... ......... 6 .... .............................. ....................
Owens. William J. W................... ...................
Osteen, Shiboleth D................................. .. ......... ............
Osteen. W illiam .................................................
Perkins. Jam es D ........................... .. ...... .
Priest. Granville W.......................... ................
Pro tor, Thom a J......... .................... ... ..... .............
Reael.er. Aron .... .............................. April 9, '65
Revels, Willia:m R..............................
Rober'~ Lewis.... .............................


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 231


Roll Company G--oth Florida Infantry.
(ConTamsNa.)


mW3urama UV TarmXD
nKArU. IN. ouT. aUMaIKe.

Roberts. William.................................................................. Corporal,
Roe, James E.................................... ...................... .....April 9. '65
Roe. Peter...................................... Aug. '62 April 9, '16
Russell, Charles B ........ .................. .........
Sapt, James................... ............ .......................
Saul James .......... .............. .............
Smith, Henry............................ .
Sparkman William..... ..........................
Stafford F............................. ................... ..............
Stafford, Joseph .............................................. ...............
Sweat, John....................................... ..................
Tedder. Andrew J......................................... .........
Temples, G. W......... ..... ....................
Thomas, James A....................July '62 ........................ Died in hospital at Lake City of measles May 10
ThompsonD. W ................................ .................... April 9, '05 '63.'
Tyer, Jesse........................................ ........................ April g, '65
saina, John........................................ ....................... ... ...................... Sergeant.
W walker, Andrew J ........................ ........................ ........................
W walker, James B..................................... ........... ..............
W walker. Samuel H............................................... ...............
W h eeler, R. J................................ ........................................
Wilds, Nathaniel................................
W ilds. 8 icer B ........................................................ ........................
W i on .............................................
Wilson. Jelse. ............................ April 9, '65
Wright, Abner.......... ... .................. April 9. '65 Corporal.


Roll Company H-- oth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTuRRD
Nrsu. WI. OUTr. amAI Ks.

OFICTI4.t
SJohn Q tewart............................ .................. ................ ....
xst Lieutenants-
F. M. Selph....................................................... Resigned.
W. B. Brown.............. ....... .............. ..... Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants-
E. Brown..... ............................................................. ............... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
A. E. Willard................................... .................. April ., '65 Surrendered 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
D. M. tewrt.................................. .............. ................ Resigned January 6. '81.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen. Norman................. ..... ..................
Blalhek. J. H........................................... ...................... ................... Prom oted Sergeant.
I irid. A rthur ........................................ ......... ........................
Branunon, Jalusi4.......... .................... ................... nrisoned at Fort Delaware.
B rinkley, W I..... ...................................................
B rown, C.............................. .................................. .................. Sergeant.
B row n, E ........................................... ........................ ........................
B rown. J. A .............. .................. ..........................................
B rown. J. L ..... .......................................................................
Brown, 3. V ....................................... ..............
Browning. A. J......................... .... ..... Oct. '3 Disability.
B ryan, T. J.......................................... ... ................ ......................
SB ush. W L.............. ....................... ........................................... Sergeant.
Burnett, Richar ............................................. April '
*Cham bers. J. W ................................ ...................... April 0. 'i5
C lark. w is.................................................................
ltrk. T. ...................... ......................
Cook. J. J...... ..... ............. ......... .....
Crews, El ..... ........... ........ ....
Curry. J. M ................... ................. .. ..................
Curry. J. C..... ....... ...... ...... ................
Daniel. J. B................. .... ......... ....... ...............
D avi H ................. .......................... ..........
Davis, J. .............................
D ay. W illiam .................................... ................... ........................
D ieks. T D ........................ .......................... ............. ........................
D rigw ra, B A ........................................................... ........................
Dric rs. Edward F......................... ........................ April 9, '65
Duke. i. Fi.... ......................... .........
Du Ge., .......... ..................... .
a r loth B ...................................... ...... .....................
Fea es. D rayton...... .................... ............ ........................
F errin, L ....................................... ................. .......................
Ferrand. John.... .........
Ferrin. 8. W..... .............

















232 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H-roth Florida Infantry.

\ (CownTmox.)


MUBTRD MUSTINRED
AMuIE. IN. OUT. UXUMAIK.

Foster, James. Sr....................... ....... ..................
Foster. J. M...................................... .................. April 0. '5 Wounded at Jacksonville. Fin.. February 24. '3.
FuthE. M .................................. Mcl. 8, ........................ Dii rd .ne 20). '( rolln Po'int 1 kout prix-
Gaylard, J. W ........................................................................................ n in Maryinud.
Gallliard, J. Lawrence .................... ........................ Apri '05
G reen, J. 0 ..................................... .... ............ .......
-*'Graham, Thomas................................................... ...
G risson, J. L ............................. ................................................
Hall, .....................................................April 0 '5 Captured near Peterbur September 10, '64 im-
pri'oned at Point Lookout. /
Hane, Urban H................................ ......................April '0 ergeant; wounded at St. Johns Bluff, Fla., agnin
at Peterl)urg.
Harris, Henry H......................... ........................ .... ................... Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August, '04 and dis-
H errington. W M ............................ ........................ ........................ abled.
H erndon, Charles............................. ......... .......................
Herndon, Daniel..................................
H ooker Ste en J. L...................... ........................
H toward J ... ........... : ............... ..................... ..................
H ull, W illiam B ............................... ........................ ........................
H um phries, R A ................................... ............ .......................
Hunter, R. H...... ............. .......... ...............
Hutchlnson, M. M............................ ..................April 9. '65
Johns, Mathew......................... Au. '.................... Wounded at Peteraburg, Va., Aug. 2, '64.
John on, Stephen............................. ........................ ................
Jones, 0. J............ ....................................................................... sergeant.
Keen. J. B... ..................... ............... .................
K een. J. J........................................ ........................ ........................
Knight John..... ......... ........................
Knight J. C................................. Aug. ........... Wounded at Peterbur August 4 '64.
K ing, J. B .... .... ................... ........................ ........................
Lane. B A ......................... .............. .................. ............ ....
Landford..................................................................................... Corporal.
Lee, James............ ............................
Lewis, J. 8........................................ ......... ....................... promoted Corporal.
Lowe J. T ................................................................. ..... ........ Corporal.
McColors, 0...:::.......................... ......... ............. April 0, '65
M cGrauder W illiam ....................... ....... ........... ........................
M ann, H ..... .............................. ........................ ...................
Mlarlow. 8..................................... ....................... ........................ I imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
M ickle J................. .. ........... ........... ...... ...............
Mixon ................................... .................
Moran. IB. ... ................ ................ April 0. '60 Corporal.
Morgan, W. L.................. .................... April 9, '5
Moeley, H. H............................................. April 9, '
ew orn, Alfred..... ....................... ........................ ..........
SN o dle r A ......... ................ .....................
hirley.t, CHery.............................................. April 9 '
Patterson, John........................... ............... .......................
Reeve, vid.................................................. April 0, .5
Roberts, N. H.....................1............. .......... ................... 1st Sergeant; died in service; killed in Virginia '64.
Robinon. C................................ .....
Ruff, H. A........... ....... .............. pril 9, '56
Ruf, enryS. A...... ..... ........................ April 'MayOS
Sapp, John....................................................... ..................
under A ...... ................... .... .............. ......................
Shirley, C ................................................................. .......................
later, J ...................................................................... ............ ...
Smith, M. B ............................... .................. ... ...
Sterling., W R .................................. ........................ ........................
tewart. A. A.............................................. April 9, Captured, '4.
Stokes. Henry ........... ................................................................. Killed at Turkey Ridge, Vs.. May, '64.
Sweeney Thomas ................................................ A .ril '. .
T e .. ................................ ................... ..... ....
Tompkiue H l........................... .... ....... ....pri
Tompkins. Gio .......................... ....... ............. ..........


arreTompkins, Giles a.................. ..........., '
Tin Adam............................................................Arrl 6
TyWson. William H...................... ......................April '65
T ucker. E A ... ................................ I ....................... .....................
T ucker, W J..................................... ........................ ........................
T yner, Edward................................. .................... ... ..............
Underwood, W. HJa ......................................... April 9, '65 Sergeant.
W adsworth W B ............................. ........................ ..... ................
Warren William ............................... ....................... April 9, '05
W water Issae ................................... ........................ ........................
Williams, A ......... ...... .............. .......
W lllims, W P.. ...............................
W illinnim Jam e ............................... .......... ... ....... .....................
W illlam W P ................................. ........................ .......................
Wilkerson, Charlton...................................................
Yelvington. Aaron..... ..... ................ April '65
Young, E. ....................... ............... .... .....

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 233


Roll Company I--oth Florida Infantry.


umeruaa meransnD


Cayltani-
xAUMl. Dr. OUT. aImKass.


Joh W te tt ........... ... ..... ........................ ....................
Samuel A w .................. .......................................romoted Captain wounded at Peteburg, V
Alrt r. .............................................C................ romoed Captain
.t Ieutenats--
George C. Bowers ..................................................... ......
W. 0 Hampton ................................................... ........................ Private promoted t Lieutenant '64; reigned
and Lieutenants- March 18. '65.
Oscar F. Bradford.......... ................................... ............
Robert D. M ickler......................................................................
Burton Williams..................................................................... urrendeed 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
ENL9UWD MEN.
Arnow, James B..................................... .......................
Ahton, Samuel ..................................................
Baoon, George........... ........................ .......................
Bacon Sylvester............................... ................................
B lair, Sam uel T ................................ ................................................
lack. Alexander ............................. ........................ ........................
Blurne, Richard............................... .............................
Bowers, George C............................. ...................... April 9, '65
Braddock, Oecar F.................... ov. '2 Mch. '64 Resignation commission.
B raddo k. SJ pier ................. .... ..................... ........ .......
Bralel. John ............................................................ .......................
SBrown, Abury................................. ..... ............... April 9, '65
Brumhaus, W illiam ......................... ....................... ........................
Canova. B. C ............................................................. ..................
Carroway Joshua......... ..................................................
Carman John A........................... I ... .................................... ...
Carter, John ............................................................... Wa kledat Weldon Railroad, Va., August 22.
'63.
Carrera Gasper........................... April ....... ................. Killed at Petersburg, Va., '64.
C on, D........................................... ........................ April 9, '
Clark, Tore W. ............. ..... ............... ........ .................
Clark, Tho. sb o..................................................................................

Cawford D..............................................................................romoted Serant of tter Beare wounded at
rley, J. F.................................. ................. ........................ Petersburg, Va.
)ickeraX son, W M................................ I ........................................
mery, Caleb.............................................................. .....................
ron Joseph ....................................................... ..........
l ira tephen ...................... .... ......................... .....................ergeant
rdn, ChA. V le F............ ......................... .. 9
Floyd. ...... ......................................................................Serge t.
Flnn ale
aeo, ph. am................................................................ ......... ........
Iaon Ephrai m........... .. ..
Gam ber, David F............................... ........................ ...........
Gardner, Charles ............................................. April 9, '
Gardner, John A....................... ... .....................
Grdner Wil Iam........... .............. .............
Gelg r., Jo an ........... .... ....... .. ..................... ..........................
rac, mar. ..... ................. ..... ............................
ramn T .ilm a .................. .. .................
rae, ha ........................................... ...
Iar, J nie .................................. ........................ .........................
Hateok, ackari............ ................ .......
am m nd W ............................... .... .. ....... ........................... ..
Han tharles ......................... ........................ .....................
Hartley, Benjiamin................................................ .................. corporal
Hairtley., JF.r aM .... I .............. ........................ ..................
Hartley, Gabriel........................................................................
Hare rA ........................... ii ..... ....... Captured March 20, '63 and died In hospital at
Ha Jo .......................... ....................... .......................elware Md.Augu 28'03
Hl en illiam ............................... ................ ...................
H n er .............................. ........................ .................
He y org W... ....... ................
Hernane, naisrranis ...................April 9, '6 t
H ernandes, Jose h ..................... ....................... ........................
Hertley James W......................... ................... ....
Hogan, Joseph R............................ ...................... .......
Ho Lan, L0 .............................. .................................
H udnall. Fr nci ......................................................................
Hudnall., James................................................... .
Hudnall. Samuel.............................................................
Hugin, Anthony...... ..... .................. ...... ...
H u t m l J m s ................... .... ......... .............

















234 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-loth Florida Infantry.
(CoNwmuan,)


naUA. IN OUT. BfEABU.

H yder. O W ............................. ........ ........................ ........................
Jones. H ill d. Jr ............................. ....................... ........................
Jones, Redd ng B ............................. ........................ ........................
Joh on John ............................. ......... ........................
Lame W illiam ................................ ........................ ........................
ndng ...........................June 1 '63 ........................ Lost left eye at Weldon Railroad May 1, '64.
L nton n les ............... .......... ........................ ...................... sergeant.
inten, .William Y.................... .....................
M rNeil. o ............................ ............... ..... .. ..... .................
M a teN r slam ................................. ........................ ........................
Ma ttWilliam B..................... ............................. ..... Corporal
Master. i..................... ........ April 9, '65
M a ers, W illiam .........................................................................
ill, James T....................................................
Mixon, Thoma ............................... ........................ ........................ Corporal.
Oba s, Peter ........................................................... ........................
'uinn, Daniel F .......................... ........................ April 9, '0 Shot at Horseshoe, Va., August 21, 64.
Ormand. Alex W........................... .................. April 9, '05
Ormand. A. ................................... ................... April 9, '
Overetret, G. W............................. ........... ...... April 9 '65
Parram ore, R W ............................. ........................ .......................
Philips, A. B. Dr............................ ........................ April 9. '65
Pinkard. J. R..................... ....................... April 9. 6
Plummer, Edward D...................... ....................... April 9, '65 Sergeant.
Plummer Simeon ...................... .......................... April 9. '65
Pomar, K .......................................... ................... April 9, '6
one Tolemdy............................. ........................ April 9 '65
e, W illiam ............................. .................... .................
Price, John L........................ ........................
ie Jesse M ........................................ .......................
e ore ............................. .. ................. A r 9............ '8. .....
obert A .............................. ........................ April 9, '65
t o J n. .......................... ........................ ........................
Suimm, John C ....................... ..... .................... ..................t
rford, J. J.................................................... r ,
Simms, Joseph.................................. ........................ ........................ Wounded at Ream's Station August 22,'64.
Stom s, Varden................................. ............. : ......... ........................
peer J...... ................................ .. ................................... April '65
oSquires, SamueL....................................................... April 9, '65
tarlin Ben am in........................ ........................ ........................
Standing, Abrahm...................... ........................ .......................
Wtephens. Constant........ ................ .. ... .........
Stone. Charles.. ... ......................... ........................ ........................
Stone. David..................................... ...............................................
Summerstien,. P................... ............ ......... ..
Thomas. Colon ............................ June 15, 63April 9 '65 Shot at Weldon Railroad V Augut 20.'64.



Wlatton, FranB .................... .......................................... Sergeant
Waleeinan. Benrd.... .
Williama, r....... .............. ........................ ..............
W heetm an, Bernard ................................................ ........................












Bird..................................................... promoted mortally wounded at Cold Har-
bor June 3, '64, died at Harmory Grove Hos-
pital June 5, '64.
Marion L. Clark.................. ..................... April 9. '65 Promoted Captain from let Lieutenant.
Rich W ll. ....... ...................... ....................... April 9 '65or rl.
Ro LeutaaCompany -oth lorida Infantry.t-
W .R. Yates....................................................... April 0 '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from Sergeant.
3rd Leutenant--
)MtBSTED NMN.
Alderman. George F. .......................................... April '65
Aldrick, Thomas............................ .... April 9, '05















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 235

Roll Company K-zoth Florida Infantry.
(CoamrreT.)

MaE MUCTBKrD
AMMU IN. OUT KNMA81.

Aldrih, W. U...................................................... April 9, '6 Belonged to the Confedrate Navy but was attach-
Albrton, James ......................... ....................................... ed to Company "K," 10th Rement at surren-
Aldridge, Thomas..... ..................r................................. der.
Anderson, JUns M.............. ...............................................
Andrews, Valentine ..................... ..................... April 9, '65
Bauriok. Ridding.............................. : ......: .............. ......................
Benton, ..................................... .............................. corporal.

Butler ... .. ............... 9
arverr. ..........................................................April errant.
an rd. C .......................................... .............. ..................
B h o .. ............................. ......................
Clar, Jn. .......: .................. April B, '65
C uth er, a ........... ...................................................................
Cutter, J. I ........ ................. April 9 '6 e
Chae, Thomas J.............................. ..................... ............. .................... Sergeant.
Cuthbert, IrnUo J......................... ...................... ..
Cuthbert, J. ................................... ............... pril 9, '8 rgeant.
Da .................................................. ..................
D a Mot isht. Abr ............................... ....................... ........................
Dawkens. JWahinton..................... ....................... ..................
D eM o A br ........ ................ ............... ......... ........................
Devans. J. Je ................. .............. ........................... April 9, '
ord, eor W.......... ..... ........................................ ............
ikson, nja. ....................................................... ...............Apri ,
s e en................................e...................... .... .. .
dw hn ... .................................... .......
ard, a ............................ ..................... ........
Edwards e mar ............................. .......................... ............. .....
E a m s ............ ...................... ........................ .......................
a e, A nex. M ................................... ............. ...........
. ............................... ....... ...... ...................................
Pen routh....................... ...
SToma.......................... .... ... I .................
k d idn. ................................... ......... ......
S... .... ....... ........... ................. .Ap...r
hIom. T.......................... ........................ .....................


He ne, H .wp ........... ......... ............ .......... ............'6............
H d r a........................... ................... .... ..... ........
i eo .... ... ........................ .......
.. .............. ... ...,........ ................. ..... ....... .. ... OOo,
... ...-........ ...... .
.o ld e.. J eis L........................ ............... April ........9 '...
Howell, C Waisi... .............. ................. .... ..... .ri 9........

ord .. ....... ...................... .A 9, 1 otse
o i A. .... .... .......... .............. .....................................
i. e n .... ........................... ............. ........
o s. ........... ... .


rd. c non W n .... ... .................... .........................
o .. ........................ .............................. ....
orm o, D.eia d .. ............. ....................... Aprl 9.
Mca i,. eorm ............... .............................
on, J h.......................................................... ............ April 9,


S o mrn ................................ .... ........................ ................. ....
M c ns A. i ................................ ........................ ......................


................................................ April...9. 6....


T mauldA 9. '8
Molol. r ......... ................ .......................April
Nor d, Joh n .... ..................... ...................... .......................
M e .................................... I ..................... ........................


Noru D aniel ........... ............... ........................ ........................ r.
Proer o Henry........................... ............................ .................... r t.
iorer D. vi'd0.......................... .......................
srather, J ....... .......................... ........................ IA 9, 65
Mo wel martin V .................................. ....................... I ... .

o o G ................................ ..................... APT 65

Irwoo Da iel J ........ .................. ........................ ........................ ry.



Proc4 H enry ............ ..........|........................ | ............ ........













ELEVENTH FIDRIDA INFANTRY


The llth Florida Regiment was composed of the Lth Florida Battalion,
seven companies, the companies of Captains Ochus and Robinson of the 2nd
Battalion and Cullen's unattached company. There is some confusion in
the records that makes the assignment of two of the companies in this
Regiment uncertain. W. J. Robinson was Captain of Co A; Adams A. Ochus'
Company D; Charles Beggs, Company E; John Tanner, Company F; G. W.
Bassett, Company G; W. E. Anderson, Company H; Joe J. Chairs, Company
I and D. D. McLean, Company K.

Like the 10th, the story of-the llth follows closely that of the
9th until the fateful April 6th when this Regiment with the 5th and 8th,
under the command of Colonel Brevard, was sent by Colonel Lang then in
command of the Brigade, Finnegan having been transferred to Florida by
order of General L'e,to protect the wagon train.

These Regiments were captured by General Custer's Cavalry. This
accounts for the Regiment surrendering but 4 officers and 19 men on the
morning of April 9, 1865 at Appomatox.







Roll, Field and Staff--zth Florida Infantry.

MUSWnRBD MUvnRED
IAXIU. C. OUT. XUMARKU.
Colonels-
T iW. Breva .****. .... ... ...................... Promoted Brigadier-General
Major$-
Suralone--
-Asistant Sutreoae-
D. Boy ............................. ... .......... ..............
S. Botps ..... .....
Ad tmt-- ........................
Ser-t--lbJon,--

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 237


Roll, Field and Stafft-sth Florida Infantry.
(CorntoD.)

MUwIUSD MuOIIraD
WAUM IN. OUTo. MMASBS.

cO-rter-uatr-

Commiary--
Quartermastr-Sereant-
A. M. Nathans ....................... ................... April '65
Commauiary*lrefant-
Z. Brown ...................................... ........................ April 0. 'O5
Chaplain--
Hospital-Stward-



Roll Company A--ith Florida Infantry.


MUSI'TMRD MUNrPRID
NAMEB. IN. OUT. BXMAMLS.

OFFICER&.
Captain-
W. J. Robinson................... .................................................... Resigned January 14, '64.
lit Leutenant-
John M Erwin.................................................. ....................
2nd Lieutenant-
John Padgett............................. .............................................. Resigned February 11, '64.
3rd Lieutenants-
E. J. Mancill................................. ...... ............ .. ... Resigned January 12. '64.
Jam es W Gainer................. .............. .......................
ENWrBTD MaN. '
Baxter, Israel................................ ........................ rporal.
Beckwith, Joshua............. ............. ...................... .......................
Beckwith. William....... .............. .................
Bennett, Sila.............................. ..............
Bennett. Taylor..................................................
Boggs, John G. W 0........................ ..................... ............
Brown, B B...................................... .... ..........
Brown. Henry............................ ........
Bure. James A ...... ..................... ........................ Sergeant.
Carter, J. F........................................................... ...............
Carter, J. W........................ .....................
Cherry, M. K......... ................ ....
ri tm J. M ................................... ............. .....................
Cloud. ..... ...................... ....... ....
Cloul. John..................... ..... April 0. '65
(cenrod. John......................... Jne 1 '2 April '
Crawford. W illiam R.................. ...........................................
D aniel. Jam es....... ....................... ..... ......... ........................
D aniel. Lum pkin ..... .............. .............. ......... ....................
)avis, H ........................................ .........................................
D avis, W illiam E .............................. ...... ............ .......................
eckle L ittleton.............................. ...... ....... .. ....................
Dicksin, (0 hlum bus.......................... ................... ............................ (orurnl.
ck on. J. A .......................... ...................... .. ......... ..........
iekson, Lew is ................................ ........................ ........................
Dyke'. Jo" eph C ........... ................ April 0 '(t Paroled from Point Lookout Prison.
Etlentiel W ...... ....... ..... ....................... ........................
ndlin r. John.............................................
In; lfin rer. Vi k....... ..............................
Ever'tt, lfHery (:.......................... ....... .............
Everett, William.................. April ':t .la. It, '1.
Fink. J. E .............. ..................... ........................ ........................
Fiteh, John E. .................................. ..................... ....................
Folsom J. Y ................................ ........................
G ainer. J........................................... ............... .................
G olM h in, John...................................... ........... .... ......................
(!omnilian. Andrew J..... ..... ................. ...... Died of disease at Marianna, Fla., January 5, '04.
( riffi n. A J........................................ .................... ...................
Griflin. Silns................................. .............
Grubh. William.............. ... .April 0, ',
Haxin, Jamea H...... ............................
Hane k James......... ............................
Hatton, J ...............................................
Heming. A. C................... ...............
Hinson. Burt A..................................................
rwin, Henry..... ..............................
s, Aleron................... ....... ........ .... Wounded at Petersburf, Va., June 13, '64; d ed in
Jakson. M. A............................. .. .. ... ....... hospital August 20. '04.
Jnkn, M. V..... ................ ..........................


















238 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-nith Florida Infantry.
(CoTvuranD.)

U9T=mBED MUSYRTID
AUX8s. IN. U0 aXMAsKU.

Johnson, J. P....... ............................
Johnson, S tephen .......................... ........................ ..............
Johnson. Thom a ............................. .................. ......................
Jones, D. 0............................... April 9, '0
Jone J. ittma ............................................. K ed in btl at the Crater" V. '4.
K em p, 1 A ........................................................... ..... .... .... Corporal.
K nowle A. ....... .. ......... ......................................
K nowies, Charles ..... ....................................... .......................
Laun e, R usse ............................. ........................ ........................
Launioxe, Thomas H............................................... ......................
Launiose. Zacarih.......................... ..................... ........
Lee, Amaiah.........:::::..........:::::::: : .............................. Died; (date not given).
Ledger, Moses S .............................. .................... ......................
Lifford. William ...............................................................
Lockhart, J. M................................. Aug. '61 ...................... Promoted Corporal; wounded at PetersburC Aug-
ust 22, '64.
M alambre, J. A........................ ................................ ....Sergeant.
M cClelland, D aniel............................ ........................ ........................
McUtelland, John P. M............................. ............ ............
M eDaniel. A J ......................................................... ...................
McDaniel. Columbus....................... ........................ .......................
M cDaniel, Jam es.............................. ........................ ........................
MeDaniel, Lumpkin C. ..................... ............... ................ ............
McDonal Lumpkin........................................................ April 9, '65
McMath. H............................................................. April 9, '6S
MoMilan B. F
M ercer, l T...................................... ...................... ........................
ere W ................................ ..................< ............... ........
Niewomse. J .................D............... ........................ Apr 9...
Ni~aewxo i ........ ................................ April 9,
N io ols. .............................. ........................ ........................
N ixon. J ...................................................... ... .............
Owens, W iliam .......................... ........................ ......................
Padget Willia .................................. .............................. Se
Padget, John W.................................... ............
Par c e John.. ........ ..... ................ .... ............
Pitman, Irvin................................ ...... ....................... .....
. John A .............. .................. ............. .............. ........................
ste.r, Burrell ........................................................ Apr 9., '5
R by. J. A ................................... .................Aril 9, 65
Riscby, T. W ......................................................... .April 9. '65
Ro( n mn J.C.....................................
Scott, James F ......... ........................Au. 15, '63 DisabilUty.
Sk ta W arren................................ ..................... ........................
Sketo. Willoughby..................... .......................... ....
Slater, Sanden ........................ ............. ........... ....................
Sileox, D...................................... ........................ April 9, '65
ow Je ............................... Feb 3 '63 Feb. 28 '0 Disability.
Sowell, Worley......................................... April 9, '65
ne d A ........................................... ........................ ...................... orpor
8tephens Jame ........................... ........................ .................
Taylor John W........................ '62 April 9. '68
Tyus. P. P ........ ........ .......... ......rge.nt.
T P. 0 ..'... :.............. Aug 6i11Apri 9, '65 From prison at Elmira. N. Y.
W Daniel.................................... ........... ......
Wade, Sam uel................... ..........................
Wadord. Michael.............. ........................April 9, hot at Richmond. Va.. Petersburg, '64.
Weldlng Seaborn....................
Yearby, 'Wlllam J '......."... Jn." '63 Apri" 9, '6 Transferred to Captain Farmer's Company.
Y ork. Thom as................................... ..................... ...... ................


Roll Company C-zth Florida Infantry.


M05TY3ED MrUCaIBD
NAMES. In. OUT. KaMASKAr

ortcCERS.
Cantaln-
P. Melvin............................ ............................. April 9. '65 Promoted Captain.
o Lieutenant-
and Lieutenant-
Lrd Lieutenant-
V.NL.IKTD. M.N.
Burmea, J. II................................. ... .................. April 9 '6O

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 239


Roll Company C--ith Florida Infantry.
(CONTINm ED.)

MUThUZD MUorWmO
NAMES. IN. OUT. U nMAUs.

Canant, M. D ............................ ................... Apr 0 '5
Le. J. ................................. .... ................. A 9,
Ralbon, ..... ..................... ........................ Aril 9, '68


Roll Company D-znth Florida Infantry.


MUriTBa D MUBTEI ED
NAMur. IN. OUT. REMARKM.

orncERS.
Captains-
Adam s A. Ochus.................................................. ....................... Resigned, '64.
John Price Jr.......................................................... ........................ Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain' '64: Cap-
tured April 6, '65. imprisoned on Johnson's Is-
andl; paroled June 19, '65.
lst Lieutenant-
Mosae J. Brown................................................ ........................ Re-enlisted in Company G, 2nd Infantry; promoted
let Lieutenant, '64.
and Lieutenants-
James L. Winter.......................................................................... Elected 2nd Lieutenant; died in Va., '64..
James M. Price.................................................................. Promoted Sergeant, then Lieutenant; '64.
3rd Leutenant-
J. D. O'Hearn........... ........................ Resigned, '64.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams. George Wash........................ ........................ ........................ Honorably discharged.
Adam s, John Q. ........................................................ ....................... Honorably discharged.
Andrew, Jerome C..................... ........................ ........................ Honorably discharged.
Andrew, Thomas A................................................ April 9, '65
Anderson, George W ........................ '63.........
Aubert. Edward................................................................. Honorably discharged.
B abe r, J ................ : ............................. ........................ ........................
Barron, John...................................... .................. ......................... Deserted.

Beorr. John ................................ .............................. Deserted.

B en...................................... ............ ............. ........ redand paroled from prison.
Box-, John ...................................... ........................ ........................ Deserted.
Bradley, Ben ..................................... ........................ ........................ Captured, and paroled from prison.
Bradley, John ........... ......................... ........................................
Broer, John............................. ........................ ........................ Honorably discharged.
Brown, G. C................................ ... ..... ............. ................... Corporal.
Brown J. C....................................... .. ................................. Captured and paroled from prison June 1, '65.
Burney William ........................ ..... ........ .. .... Deserted.
B ur ank, D L ................................. ........................
Carm iehe l. J. .................................... ........ ........................ deserted.
Canova, R ............. ........................ ........................ Honorably discharged.
Canova, Taylor.................. ... ..... ................... ........................
Chamln, John W................................................................... Catured April 6. '65 and paroled from prison
June 10, '65.
C pelsnd, Charles ................................. ........................ ........................ Deserted.
Copeland lea s............Deserted.
Chritopher, John............................. .......... ..... .... ................
Crenshaw, H. .................................. .............................................ril 6 5; paroled from prion June
Crenshaw, uso ......................................Killed at Petersburg.
Crimesho.ld ....... .............. .. .... ........... .............................. d.
Danford e .... .............................. ........................ ........................ D deserted.
Danford. Thom ...................... ............................ ..... Deerted.
Davir, John.......... .................................................................. Captured April 6, '65; paroled from prison June
E lla k. W illiam ............................ ..... .............. ... ......... .
Flynn. James ................. ........................ Honorably discharged.
Flynn, J. E .... ............ ..... ...... ................. l)erted.
Gardner, Iiaac .............................. .................... Died in '03.
Griffn. James ......... ........................ ............... .... Dlerteod.
Hammond, Elias ............................................... deserted.
H aw kins. S. M ........ ......... ................ .................... ....... ............
Voerndon, Urbin C ............................ ..................................... Sergeant; wounded and was home on furlough at
liigenbothanm Lewis .................... .......... .................. cloe of war.
lJal k n J lohn i................................. .. .................................. ...
eol rCns.wn R. H............. ...................................... April 9. '611l
llouston, Lewis ................................. May '631 ..................... Sergeant; wounded at Peterhsburg and the Wilder-
Ho ton, Lews ..................... ........................ ....................... ne; imprisoned and aroled at close of war.
H urlbert H enry ................................ ........ ............................. oo
Hursey, ea.ue ................................ .................. ................. Honorably discharged.
JRakman, Joseph F................................... ............................... Honorably discharged.
Jackson. Jam es ........................................................ ....................... Deserted.
Jackson. William................ ...................... Deserted.
Johns. Isamac.................................................................................... Deserted.
Jones, Hilarie....... ................. ........... ................ .................... Lo)t arm at Weldon R. R August 21, '64.
Jones, James A ............... ......... ....... ................. honorably discharged.
















240 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Roll Company D--zth Florida Infantry.
(OomTINBD.)

MUwt1RED MUI7t3MD
NAME8. IN OUT. BRMARUU .

K nowler. A. J ...................................... ........................................ lDeserted.
Lamb, T. B...........................................................erent April honorably dsch5 ereaa.ed.
Lowan W e ... .................................................. ..... .............. ........... serte.a
Lowe. W e ley ...... ............................ ........................ ........................ Deserted.
Lowe Coumb ................................ .......................................... Deserted.
Luerus. James C................................................................... ................ Corral; honorably discharged.
MuU ll, 8. W ........... .................. ................. Corporal.
McCormick, A. T..... ...... ... eb. '3 Discharged October, '04, for disability.
M cCormick, F. ....................... ...... ........................
MeCormik, W B............................. ...................... April 9, '65
cGe. Benjamin .............................. ........................ ................. Disharged for disability.
McKinley. John D........... .................. ....... .......... Discharged furnished substitute.
May Geore ...................................... .......... April 9, Wounded, White House Station, Va., August 21
M ead. G eorg .................................... ........................ ........................ '04.
M ixon, W ............................................ ........................ ........................ D deserted.
M old n E.................................. ........................ desert......................
Moody. H. M..................................... ........................ ..................... 1st Sergeant: deserted.
Murray, Orrick B....................... April 1, '03 ................... Wounded August 21, '04, captured April 6, '65;
imprisoned at Newport News, paroled June 19,
Season, J. P. E.............................................................................. Captured April 6, '65; paroled June 19, '65.
N olan, John ................ ........................ ........ ............
Nowling. N....... ....... ........... .... ........
Ormnand. J. N................................... July '4 April 9, 5
Ormand M. H ................ ............................... April 9, 05
Padgett, John... ............................................... April 9, '65
a ore, .......................................... ................. ....... Captured at Petersburg.
Patterson JJames H...................... ......... Captured at Petersburg.
Pickett, C.................................................... ..............
Pickett, John W ............................... .................. ........................ Deserted.
P ckett W illiam L........................... ........................ ........................ Promoted st Sergeant.
Pickett W. S......... .. ............... ..................Sergeant derted.
Pope, John ........................ Mch. 1, ';3 Apr'l 9, '6 Wounded in battle by falling timbers, near Peters-
burg. '
Plumm be, Robert...................... ........................ ........................ orora deserted.
Prescott, W................. ............... ....................... Deserted.
Reed. Charles.................................... ...................................... Honorably discharged.
sister, Aaron........... ...................................... Honorably discharged.
Roberts, Bethel ............. '3 April 9, Hand crushed. caught between gunwale of boat
Roberts, .. ............. ........................and piling t Green Cove Springs. F., August
o rt, En erie ........... .... .. .................. ...................... '63.
Iers, Frank M ..... ........................................ ...... ....... Honorably discharged.
Roberts. Thomas...... ......... ............. ................ Deserted.
Rolss John... .... **.............. t...... ....... .................
Sieball, Jacob ............... ....................... .................. ..orporal.
Slox, Jame.................. ................................................. Honorably discharged.
parkman. Alfred ............................ ........................ ........... ...... Deserted.
Sparkman. John......................................................................... Deserted.
Spiders, W illiam ............................... ........... ...................... ...... Deserted.
ttuckey John ..................................... Killed.
Taylor, James................................... ......................
Tedder, Benjamin ::::...................... ........... .......: Apra l paroe:hune19ed
Tedder, George W................. ........... .................... Ca.............itured April 0, 65; paroled June 19, '05.
Tedder. John..................................... ............... ...................
rwich, Burnett........................J....uly 13, '01..........
illiams, Alfred........................................ ...... Deserted.
Wingate, Robert......................... .. .. ...................
W inmate. W ilson......................" .. .... ......................... .....
W pitcher C.......................... ... ................... ..............
W oodlin, A. B........................................................................... Deserted.


Roll Company E-t th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUeTERED
NAMUS. IN. OUT. REARKB.


Captain-
SCharles Beggs ............................... ........................ ........................ Promoted Captain: resigned March 1, '05.
.st Lieutenant-
A. J. Coffee................................................... ..... ..
and Lieutenant-
Oneal McLeod ............................... ................... .. April 9, *'5
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLUTRD MEN.
Adams. Riley...................... Mh. 63........ ... Died of measles at hospital in Virginia June 3, '64.
Blair, W B...................................... ............... .........

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 241


Roll Company E--- th Florida Infantry.
(CownwovMn.)

MUITU D MUTTERED
NAMtES. INr. OUr1. SMuaS.

Bl W T... .............................................. April 9, Corporal.
laoc J...... ....................... .......................................
Bradley Je ........................ ..........
Campbell. Aex .................Feb. April 9, '5O
Clark W ...................... .......... ..... ........................
Caulk. J. J ......................................... Feb. ................... home on furlough at close of war.
vai J. J E....................................... .. .. ..........................................
Devine, Jam. s .......................... ... ..... ...... ......
Dukes. W I ............... ...... ......... Me 63 ........................
Dukes, William T.........................................h. 6..............
iEeritte. John L ........................... ch. 8, '63 April 0. '06
Gaudy, H. ..................................... Sept. 63 April 9, '65
H erring, I. E .............................................................
H inely, Lewis L .............. ........................................ ........................
larvi, Reuben................................. .........................
Lee Far er....................................... ........................ ........................
McCall. Thomas J.................................................. April 9. '65
M cDaniel, B. F ........................................................ April 9. '65
McDavid, enami F................ ....................... April 9. '65
Morew. John ............ ...............April 9 '
Mason. H ...................................... ................... April 9, '65
Morrow. James A....................................................................... Died at home September 9. '64, while on furlough.
Pert. William A ...................... Feb. 28, '63 ........... Paroled from prion July. '65.
Powell, J. RJue '62 April 9, '5 Wounded at Petersburg, Va., Feb. 20, '6.
Ruthetford, .... ............. ... .............
Shuen, Malachi ................................. ........................ April 9, '65
Snipes. Urich .................................. Aug. 15, '62 .................... Wounded at Weldon Railroad. Va., August 21,
Stanton. Thoma ...................................................... April 9, '05 '63; again at High Bridge. Va., April '64.
BSutton. David 8............................. ........................ April 9. '65 Discharged-for disability. 64.
Tedder Daniel W............................. ..................April 9. '
Thomas, John 8............ .................. April 9. '65
Thomas. L. A. M ........................ '3April 9, '5 Promoted Sergeant.
Townsend, E.................................... ........................ April 9, '65
ad. L....... ............Feb 28, '63 April 9. '65 Shot at Petersburg. Va., July 9, '04.
Waahinton T............................. April 9, '65
W hite ............................................................. April 9, '65
?ounr, Thom.as. ................ .................... ... lled at Weldon Railroad. Va.. August, '64.


Roll Company F--ith Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MI YCTER3D
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Captain-
John Tanner ......................................................... ......................
ist Lieutenant-
Y, J. ne................. ............... ............ .......................
and Lieutenant-
W hitm ill Curry.............................................. ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
Lafayette M Clellan................................... ........................
1NULlrTED MEN.
Anderson, D ........ ..................................... ........ ..... Promoted Sereant deserted.
A well, ........................................... ................... ..... ......... Captured.
Avery, F ........................................... ......................... ........................ Wounded at the Weldon Railroad.
Averry ........................ ............. April 26, '0
ake, .. ............... ............................................ ed t Richmond Va.
a ..... ....... .. .. .
Baker. W. W. A...... ........................................... April 9, '05 2nd Corporal.
Bereh. .......... ...................... ............... .................... .... I) eertel.
. M es........ ................................................................... D rte .
Best, John .................................... May '63 '04 lisaahility.
eat, W A ............. ...... ..................... ........... ....... .......................
B ro w n ................................................ ............... .. .. .......................
Burton. C........................................... ......................................... t Corporal; dleertetd.
Burton .... ...... .................................April '5
Cnin, W E ........... ...... .....
Caini......... ............... *...... .................
C oo k ............;...................................... ........................ .......................
Cooin A............................................................. April 9 '
Cooley. A .............................. April 9, '
Collier, W. A .................................... ........................ .................. nd Sergeant.
Cooer. Williamn H ..........................................
Crumhld John..................... .. ability.
C rum ple ............................................. ....................... .......................


















242 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F--xth Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUDn.)

MUToraRD MUoTKRUD
NAMES. IN. OUT. MU-MARU .

Daniels, J. A................................................................................ 4th Corporal.
Davi......................................................... April 9, '65
Dennis............................................ ............................. ................... Captured at the downfall.
neuan. J......................................... ........................ April 90, '65
Ellis, Joseph ...................................... .................. April 9. '05
Elmore, J.......................................... ........ .......... April 9, 'OS
alana, 0. K ................ ......... ......................... ... ..............
Finch, John E................................... ........................ .....
Fowler, D............................................................ ........................ deserted.
Fowler, J...................................................................................... Deserted.
Fowler. W.................................................................................... Deserted.
Glion, H.................... .................. ....
Godwin. A......................................... ................. ....
Glover, L. T................................ ........................ ........................ t Sereant; .captured at Petersburg, '65.
Hall. D....................................................................................Deerted.
Hall. John .......................... .................... April 0, '
Hall West.............................................................. :April 9, '665
H inson, Francis.............................. ....................... .......................
Hinson, A............................ .............................................. 4th Sergeant; promoted.
Hinson. James H............................. .................April 65
Houston. J. W.................................. ...........................April 9. '65
Jackon. W. A .......................... ................................................. 5th Sergeant.
acobs. William Alason................... ........................ ....................... Wounded at Petersburg and died July 13, '4.
Jones. W .......................................................... ........................

ysr ......... ..................... ....................... ...
K ssi ter Brevar..... ................................. .. .........................................
rill R .......................................... ........................ ........................
Miller. ............................................................. .. ............. Wound at Peter ur
M ills & .... I ............... .A
Miller................................................ ........................ April 0, '65 Wounded at Petersburg.
Mooney E................... ................ .................... April 9. '65
Nash, W. F.............................. May April 9, captured at Peteraburg August 10, '64; imprisoned
at Point Lookout, Md.; exchanged at close of
war.
Newsome. E. D........................................................ April 9, '65 From Newport News prison.
N ichol, J............................... ........................ ........................
N ichols, S ........................ .......................... ...... ............
Pari h. E ......... ............................... ........................ .........
Parish, Eli......................................... ........................ ....
Parish, H ............ ............................................................................
Parish. James K..................................................... ...
Paul, John W................................................ ...... April 9, 6 Shot at Petersburg, Va., September 15, '64.
Paul. Wilbor........................................................... April 9. '05 *
Paulk. D......................................................
Paulk. Micaah..... ................................. April 0. '65
Peters. W ............... ..................... ............................................... Deserted.
Pileher, D w in...................................................
Pileher................... ....... ...... ........................
Prevatt, D ......................................... ................... .............
Pitcher. 8 ........................................... ............ ............. ..............
Price, John..... ................................................... April 9. '6 Captured at Farmville April 6. '65: Imprisoned on
Johnson's Island; paroled June 19, '65.
Register. Burkel..... ...................................... April 9, '65 3rd Corporal.
R e sir ter, E .......... ........................ ................. ........................
Re ter. T ............................................ ........................
Register. W. J............................ ...................... April 9. 65
Ridley, J. W ... .. ....................... ................. .....................
Shiver................... ...................... ........................ ..............
Semlin, L.......... ......................................................................... Deserted.
Hl ter, ........................................................... .......................
Smith ................................... .....
Taylor............................... ...........
Walding, Reaborn......................................... April 9, '65
Watford. J ....................................... ..... ................... .................. Died at Savannah, Ga., hospital.
Watford, Nelson........................ April '3 April 9, '65
W illiam s, W ...................................... ................. ......................
White. J...................................................... April 9, '65 Captured at Petersburg.
Y enrby. ...... ........................................................
Yawn. H. ...............................May April 0, 'O Captured April .l '6 and imprisoned at Newport
News until paroled June 16. '65.

Roll Company G-zth Florida Infantry.

NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
OFFICER.
CAptain-
G W lW as ett ................................................................................















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 243

Roll Company 0-rzth Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUE.)



MttTERBD MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Srt Lieutenant-
C. F Holly n............................. ........................ April 9, '6
and Lieutenant-
Ir S. Rouse ........................................................ April 9, '65 Promoted Lieutenant.
3Id u 8 o mod Lieutenantuat-
E. M. Smith ........................... .......................... April 9. 'O Promoted Lieutenant.
BNLISTRD MEN.
Beauchamp. Simeon..................... '82 April 9. '05 Captured by Sheridan's Cavalry April 6. '05; im-
Bell. Abraham.................................. ...................................... prisoner at Point Lookout for two months.
Brown. 8. M ................. ....... ..........
Christman, J. M ............. ........ ...................
Clark. George W......... ................. April 9. Shot at Appomatox Cort HouseApril '65.
Dilman. Jefferson........... .......... ........................ ...... ...
Dixon, James J.................................De. 2 ............ Severely wounded at Petersburg August 20, '04.
and was home on furlough when war closed.
Drew James E ......... ................................ ....................... Promoted Corporal; discharged for disability.
Downing. George................'-- ......may '02...........
Downing. G. W........................... AApril '3 ................. Discharged December. '04, for disability.
Edwards. W. B ............... April '03 .................... Died September 1. '04, of disease.
Goff. John............. ... .....................
Goff, W............................... .... ..............
ays. Jefferson........................................................................... Killed in railroad accident n South Carolina.
Herndon Levy H...................... April 2 April 9. '5 Wounded in Virginia. '63.
Hodges. M .. w ...................................
Jackson. M. V ......... .. ............. Feb. '03 ................
Kendrick. E. C....: ................. .............
McCalmma, John................................. .... Died February 8. '84.
McDanil Hamlton.... ......... April '3 April Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Petersburg July
22, '84.
Newman. P. M ...... ............................... April 9, '05 Promoted 2nd Sergeant.
Peacock. Abraham........................... 63 ............ ..... Died in hospital at Richmond, Va., August 24. '64.
Pert. Elilas................................... June '63 ................. ...... Wounded in Virginia. '63. and discharged.
Philips, Sion W.... .... .. ..June 15, 63 April 9. '65
Roberts, David........................... Meh. 25. '63 April 9, '65 Wounded at Petersburg June 2. '64.
later. J..A................................... ... .................. April 9, '65
later. J. M ................ ........................ ..... April 9. '65
Snlpee Uriah .............................b.............. ...........April 9. '65
Squier Samuel...... ...........:::::::::::: :. April 9. '65
Cann, Wahinton Edward............. .............. Died at Point Lookout October 25, '04.
W ar H ....................................... ...................... April 9, '6
Water, eore W.......................... April ...................... Ded of pneumonia at Richmond. '65.
Waters, WUlam .............................. ................ April 9, '86
Webb. amuel ........................ ........................ .................. A Died at Richmond September, '64, of disease.
Webb. W. A................... .... ............ .......... April 9 '68
mithse .... ............ ..... ... April '5
Moseley. M......................................... ................... April 9, '0_______



Roll Company H-ith Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUTTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


orFncEa.
Captalis-
W. E. Anderson........................ Feb. '03 .................. Resigned November 27, '03.
George W. Bassett.................... Feb. '63 ............. Promoted Captain.
ret LIeutenant-
E. G. Earnest...... .............. Feb. '03 April 9, '85 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenants-
Cullen Curl................................ Feb. ...... .... Reigned.
D. B. Liie...:............................... Feb. '6 .... .....Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Beauchamp S. A............................. Feb. '63 April 9. '05
Flower, J. B ..................................... ........................ April 9, '
Musgrove. Jasper.......................... h. 11, '03 ....... Discharged September 26, '04. for disability.
Sharpton. Alex M..................... '03 April 9, '05




















244 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-xxth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUBTF.RED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMN KS.

Captains-
Joseph J. Chaires................................. .........
hine.............................................. ........
T. J. Key............................. May 1, '61 ........................ Transferred to 11th Regiment.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alen. Jo ph ................................................. ........................
Aloxamlor, A. M ............................. Mch. O, W ....... .............. Wounded at Wellon Ranilroad June 10. '4.
Critchliel, ........................... ... My ....... .............. Wounded at 1uetertburg, Va.; paroled from prison.
Ferrell, W illiam .......................... ......
McMath H ...................................... ...................... ..... ...... Promoted lst Sergeant.
Mears, G W.................................. ................ April 9, '65
Mears. Henry ........................... .......... ..................
Morrison, A. 0........ ....................... pl 0. Apri 0. '5
Robert, A. ............................. r 3, 3 May 17, Wounded at Petereburg June 1, '04.
Skipper. C. D ....... ............................................... April 0, '605
Smith. orge W...... May 10. '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Cold Harbor August 17, '64.


Roll Company K-Ixth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captaun-
D D M cLean.............................................................................
ENLISTED MEN.
Alsobrook, A. ................................M. b. 10, '63.... ....... Wounded n right foot Jaunary 15, '64.
Bowen, M. A..................................... ... .............. .........
i-- James............................... .... .....
Gainer Geore .......................... ..... ...........
ohnsonln D avid................................ ........................ .......................
Melvin, E. P..................................... ........................ April 9, '65
Payne, James ............................................. ....:::::: April 0, '06 Imprisoned at Point Lookout; released on parole
October, '64.
Taylor, 0. T...................................... Mch. '64 April 0, '6 Shot at Reames' Station June 29, '64.
Taylor, John W ................................... Mb. 8, '63 April 0. '
Taylor. N. P............................... ..... .......... .April 0 '


Roll Company- th Florida Infantry.


MUBTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Jam e A ickett................................................................
lst Lieutenant-
John W Brady.................................... ............ .......................
and Lieutenants-
James L. Winter.............................
Jo eph M l ker..................... ....................... ........................
3rd Lieutenant-
.KLISTF.n MEN.
Bacon, Sylvester...... ............................................... ..............
Bardin. John ................... ..... .................. Corporal.
Bareington, Americus..................... .....................
Brown, E. B................................. .... Corporal.
Byrnes, John.................................. ........................
Burney, Mshcnk ................................................................
Cannon, David ........... ........................................ ........................
C(am eron. Jam es A .......................... ................ ... .......................
Canou va. Bartolo............................... ......... ........................
Carlinga John.................................... ................ .....................
Cellenn. Jam e ..................... ..............................................
Crawford. D avid............................. ................... .....................
Curtis, R ichard.................................................... .................
Danfor,. Thomas.................................................. ....
E lliott. W H ..................................................... ........................
Em mory. C leb.......................................... ........................
Fnlann. Fernmnilo......................... ......
Falann I ane.................................. ................ .... ............... .. .....
F lynn. C hnrie ............................... .. ............... .......................
G nrlner. Julsn................. ..... ........................ .............

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 245

Roll Company- -th Florida Infantry.
(ComMouzD.)

MUST2n3O MUSYTInD
NAMIS. I s. OUT. mRMABKS.

Gardner, Albert........................................................
Gardner, laase......................... ..........................
John..................................... .... ... .....................
G .on.W illian............................... ....................... ........................
Beuin, John......................................1 .. ........ .... ........ ........
Hart e ph a ........... ............. .. ....... ...................
He Ch le .......................... ........................ ........................ Buler.
Hall. W illi s T ........................... ..................................................... Corporal.
Hartley G or W ...........................................................................


ne, John............................ .................................
Landon, William............................. ......................... .......
Leary, Daniel ............... ............... ........................ .................
Lord Philip, P................................... ....................... ........
McDowellR~,Kames............................ ....................... ...............
Miranda, Thomas.............. ....... ..................
Orta nus, Peter................................. ......................
Patte on, Thom a .................... ........................ ........................
Peterson, Arch ibalds ........................... ........................ ........................
Petereon, M ichael............................. ...... .. .. ....... .................. ...
hardson. Jilam es.................. ...............................
Rio ert, John. ..a................................................. ...............
uerso Wlamh ........................ .............. ..................e .
RSano er s, m .... .................. ....................... ........................
Sanders, an l................................. .........,.* .............. ......................
Sparkman, Alfred........................ ........
crdman, Lake...................... ......
ibuyo Jilliam .................................. .......................
Sileox, Iaae ...............................................
Silcox, Weade ..........................
TurneSr, Aden W.... ............................. ............. ..................... sergeant.
Turner, Benjam in ... ........ .............. ................................................ Sergeant.
Turner Edwardin ............................. ..................................... sergeant.
Turner. ard ............................. ........................ ...................... .
Tyler. ichard .. ....... .. ...
er, illiam L............. ........ .... ........... ....................
alton, Robert... .... .... .................... .......
Wedman. Barnard...................................... .......
Weedan Philip... ................ ....................... .........
West, Mrwan ............................................ ...............
W e t., W illiam H .............................. ...
Westn, William N
W wilder, John ........ ..................
Williamson. John J.......... :J









iam J. Turner .................. ......... .......
Caplain- I ,
ast Lieutenant-
Milton W. Johnson.........................
and Lieutenant-
John E. Ferrell.................................................. ..............
3rd Lieutenant-
John Mooney...... ..... .............................................
rINT.IwrlT MEN.
Allen, W illi m .................................................... ........................
A ndrew John P ............................... ....................... ....................... crge nant.
A ttm an. Je nse................................... .................. ................
Blocker, W illiam M ......................... ..... ............ ...............
Braneh, J hn........................ ..................... ................
Brannon. Milledge.................................... ......................... ereant.
Brown, William H... .......................................... Corporal.
Bryant. Francis M................ .. ........... .............
Buffoon. Rich V................ ..
Chandler. Shadrick M ................ ........................ ...................
D aniels, Jam es W ....................................................... ..............
D ishong, George G ..........................................





















246 SOLDIEIS OF FLORIDIA.


Roll Capt. William J. Turner's Company, Hillaborough County.
-------____---__ ___(CoaMTWNUE.)

MUB'WFED MUSTERED
AM E IN, OUT. aMII AES.

D ri er Flisha W ...................................................................
D rig ers Jacob A ..................................................... .......... ...
Duield. Thomas....................................................................... Blacksmith.
Garrison, Green A............................. ...............
Oarner. Andrew W..............................
Gill, Francis M........................................................
G ivens, John J....... ............................................ ........................ Bugler,
G reen, am uel L............................... ........................ ...............
H air, A nson M ................................. ..... ................. ........................
H all. Isaiah ....................................... ........................ ...................... .
H am A lonso......................... ......... ....................... .................... .
Ham, Henry B................................................... ..............
Ham, James, 8r........................ ..................
Ham, James N...........................
Harris, Joseph ................................................ .... ......
H en, R euben................................ ........................ .........
Hollinworth, Timothy......... ........................... .......
amerson Danel........................ ...............................................
Johnon. Benjamin A........ ....................... .. ....... ergeant.
Johnston, Co lm M ............... ........................ .......................
Lawrence, Francis............................................... ...
Lowe A llen ........................................ ....................
Lowe. John ............................ ........... ......... ................
Lowe. Nat an .............................. ....................... ........
Lowe, William. ................... ........................
IMCleiland, W ill .am ........................ ............. .......................
McLenathan, William, r ............... .................... ..................::..
MoLenathan, William, Jr.............. ........................ ...................
M eod Ferdinan ................................................. ........................
M cMu n, W illiam L.................................................................... C ral.
M ain, David.... ............................ ............. ....................
M athews, H ry H ......................... ........................ ....................
M athe W illiam ..................... ........................ ........................
M iley. David ........ ........................ ........................
Montes-de-Oca, hare................... ...........................
Nettles. Il aae A. M .......................... ........................ ........................
Parker. Pinckney P ......................... ........................ ................. :......
r ....... ...................................... ....................
Smatt, George I....................
Pope, John ................................
Poell, Charles M............................ .......



Pime, Jhn.. ................ ............................
P rim e, John ....... ..............................................................................
Pa W illam C... .................................. ........................
Riley. J me F...... ................... ........ ......... ...............
Robbrts, Samuel A......... .. ..........
l er Henry.. ................................
mmon, Abram........... ..........................
Smith, Baxter M........................ ................
mi George W..... ......... .................
Sm ith, James .................. ...............
m ith n, John........... ........................ ................ ... ............
mith, Wi r ..... ...................................................... Sergeant.
ta s, W illiam ........................ ........................ ........................
Stephens, John ........... ................... ........................
Tiner. Stewart............................. ................. ........................
Tiner, W ilon...............................................................................
Tison. G eorge.. ........................... ........................ ........................
T i on. John ............................. ........................ .......................
Thoma Jam e H ............ .......... ..........................................
Thom a ewi R .............. ....... ....................... ...................
WThomdn.on. James C........................ ................................................ Corral.
U nder ill, iJ h ........................... ........................ ........................
W walker, A len ............................. ........................ ........................
W walker, George W ........................ ........................ ........................
W walker Oliver A............................................................
Warren, Francis H.............................. .............. .......................



W hintbe J h ien B .... .............................................. ..........................
When John W....................................
Whidden, William.
White, Abram B........ .............
White, William B........ ..... .......... .......
Worth, il rederick. ..... I............. .......... ...........Musician,
Youngblood, Daniel A.. ......................
Youngblood. Looman 8 ............................




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