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The 5th Missouri Infantry Regiment began confederate service as the 2nd Missouri Infantry Battalion.  Organized with seven companies from Missouri State Guard troops on January 28, 1862.  The 2nd Missouri Infantry Battalion was first commanded by Lieutenant Colonel James McCown with Robert S. Bevier as Major.  Their first assignment was with Slack's Brigade, Confederate Volunteers, Missouri State Guard, Trans-Mississippi District, Department #2 (January-March 1862).  As part of Slack's Brigade they fought in the battle of Elk Horn Tavern (Pea Ridge) on March 7-8, 1862.  They were next assigned to Greene's Brigade, Trans-Mississippi District, Department #2 (March-April 1862).  They crossed the Mississippi River into Tennessee in April and served with Greene's Brigade, Army of the West, Department #2 (April-May 1862).  

In May three companies were added and the 2nd Missouri Infantry Battalion was designated the 5th Missouri Infantry Regiment with James McCown as Colonel, Robert S. Bevier as Lieutenant Colonel, and Owen A. Waddell as Major.  Their first assignment was with Little's-Gates' Brigade, Price's-Little's Division, Army of the West (May-July 1862) where they served in the Corinth Campaign (April-June 1862).  Their next assignment was with Gates' Brigade, Little's-Hébert's-Green's Division, Price's Corps, Army of West Tennessee, Department #2 (July-October 1862) where they fought at Iuka September 19, 1862, and Corinth October 3-4 1862.  

Their next assignment was to Green's Brigade, Bowen's Division, Price's Corps, Army of West Tennessee, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.  They were next assigned to the Missouri Brigade, Bowen's Division, Price's Corps, Army of West Tennessee, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (November-December 1862).  Their next assignment was with The Missouri Brigade, Bowen's Division, 2nd Corps, Army of North Mississippi, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (December 1862-1863).  Their Next assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, Price's Division, Army of The Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (January-February 1863).  

Their Next assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, Forney's-Bowen's Division, 2nd Military District (February-April 1863) where they fought at the battle of Grand Gulf on March 9, 1863, and Port Gibson.  Their next assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, Bowen's Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (April-July 1863) where they fought in the Vicksburg Campaign (May-July 1863), The Battles of Champions Hill (May 16, 1863), Big Black River Bridge (May 17, 1863), and The Siege of Vicksburg (May 17,1863).

 

Their Next assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (November-December 1863).  They were then assigned to The Missouri Brigade, Department of the Gulf (January-February 1864).  They were then assigned to the Missouri Brigade, French's Division, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (February-May 1864), where they fought in the Meridian Campaign (February-March 1864.

Their next assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, French's Division, Army of Mississippi (May-July 1864), where they fought in the Atlanta Campaign (May-September 1864), In the Battles of Lattimer's Mills (June 20, 1864), Kennesaw Mountain (June 27, 1864), Atlanta Siege (July-September 1864), and Jonesboro (August 31-September 1, 1864).  They were next assigned to The Missouri Brigade, French's Division, Stewart's Corps, Army of Tennessee (July 1864-January 1865) for the battles of Lovejoy's station (September 2-5, 1864), Allatoona (October 5, 1864), and Franklin (November 30, 1864).

Their next Assignment was with The Missouri Brigade, French's Division, District of the Gulf, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (February-April 1865) for the battles of Mobile (March 17- April 12, 1865), and Fort Blakely (April 1-9, 1865).  And their last assignment was with the Missouri Brigade, French's Division, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (April 1865).

 

ROSTER, CO. A, 5th MISSOURI INFANTRY REGIMENT

Enlistment dates are Confederate service.  
                                             Most had served in Missouri State Guard prior to enlistment 
                                             generally Co. E, 3rd Infty., 8th Div. -- a k a "Johnson Guards").
                                             NOI = no other information
                                             Source:  Compiled Service Records - microfilm rolls 127-132, 
                                             group 322 - National Archives
                                             
                                             

ADAMS, Harrison Private Johnson County farmer, born North Carolina Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 21 Wounded, Baker's Creek 5/16/63 Died of wounds 1/6/64 

ANDERSON, Thomas 1st Lieutenant Warrensburg merchant, born Christian County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 28 Not re-elected May '62, left army 

ATKESON, Barnett J. Captain Warrensburg merchant, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 22 [Served as 2nd Lt. Johnson Guards, MSG] 2nd Lt. 1/20/62, 1st Lt. 9/1/62, Captain 6/27/63 Killed, Franklin 11/30/64 

ATKESON, William H. Private Knob Noster farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 16 Wounded, Allatoona 10/5/64 Wounded, 3/26/65 

ATKESON, Alonzo Private Knob Noster farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Mortally wounded, Baker's Creek 5/16/63 Died 5/17/63 

ATKESON, C.A. Private Captured, Vicksburg NOI 

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BAGGETT, Thomas G. Private
Warrensburg engineer, born Ga.
Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 25
Mortally wounded, Baker's Creek 5/16/63
Died 5/17/63 

BARGSLEY, Washington Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 3/20/62 at Van Buren, Ark., age 21 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

BAXTER, Phillip Private Johnson County farmer Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 30 Served as cook NOI 

BEDICHECK, James M. Private Columbus farmer, born Va. Enlisted 2/6/64 at Mobile, Ala., age 20 [had served with Quantrill at Lawrence, wounded in thigh on retreat] Wounded, Franklin 11/30/64 Captured 12/17/64, interned Camp Chase 1/18/65 

BOWMAN, Cary Private Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield Detailed to watch government property, Des Arc, Ark. May '62 NOI 

BULLARD, Isaac H. Corporal Newtonia merchant, born Ky. Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 25 [had been 1st Lt., 1st Cav, 3rd Div., MSG] Corpl. 7/1/62 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

 

CAMPBELL, George W. Private Johnson County farmer, born Tenn. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 45 Discharged, inability (age) 8/31/62 

CAMPBELL, Stephen C. 2nd Lieutenant Howard County resident Captured 1/4/63, took oath NOI 

CAMPBELL, Thomas Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 2/1/62 at Springfield, age 18 Wounded, Franklin 11/30/64, Captured 12/17/64, interned Camp Chase 1/14/65, Point Lookout 2/17/65 

CARPENTER, James Private Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield Furloughed 2/14/62, diahrrea NOI 

CLARY, Calvin Private Johnson County farmer, born N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 23 Wounded Big Black 5/17/63, hospitalized Vicksburg 

COLLINS, William A. Private Warrensburg printer, born Louisville, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 21 Discharged, disability (Oak Hills wound) 11/25/62 [Record also shows surrendered at Citronelle, Ala. 5/4/65] 

CONNER, Joseph Private Knob Noster stage driver, born Springfield, Ill. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 26 Transferred to 2nd Mo. Cavalry 2/1/63 

COOK, Hiram Private Warrensburg printer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 16 Captured, Corinth 10/4/62 (took oath) 

COOPER, James A. Private Warrensburg carpenter Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 30 Died, disease, Memphis 4/15/62 

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DAVIDSON, John Private Warrensburg brick mason, born Pittsburgh, Pa. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 36 Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62 Detailed to engineers, surrendered Ft. Blakely 4/9/65 

DAVIS, John G. Private Warrensburg merchant, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 25 [ Had served as Lieutenant in MSG] Wounded, Port Gibson 5/1/63 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

DAVIS, Robert L. Corporal Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 16 Corpl. 1/20/62, resigned 1/15/63 to private Killed, Port Gibson 5/1/63 

DAVIS, William C. Private Warrensburg printer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 18 Surrendered Ft. Blakely 4/9/65 [Also shown as captured Bayou Lafourche, La., 5/6/65] 

DAVIS, Zachariah M. Sergeant Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 25 Killed, Allatoona 10/5/64 

DONNELLY, William Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 15 Wounded, Vicksburg Surrendered Ft. Blakely, 4/9/65 

DUVALL, George T. 2nd Lieutenant Newtonia lawyer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 22 1st Sergt. 8/31/62, 2nd Lieut. 11/26/62 Killed, Allatoona 10/5/64 

DUVALL, Presley J. Private Newtonia carpenter, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 25 Killed, Vicksburg 6/24/63 

 

EATON, John B.H. Private Warrensburg mason, born Ohio Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 30 Deserted 2/15/62 

ENRIGHT, William Private Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg Deserted 2/15/62 NOI 

ESKRIDGE, Martin Private Johnson County farmer, born Delaware Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 17 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

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GRAY, Hugh M. 2nd Lieutenant Knob Noster carpenter/lawyer, born Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 25 2nd Lieutenant Sept. 62 Wounded, captured, Corinth 10/4/62 Died of wounds 11/8/62 

GREENWOOD, James F. Reg't Adjutant Warrensburg merchant, born Shelby County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 23 [Had served as Sergt., evenually Capt., Johnson Guards MSG] 1st Sergt., Co. A April 62, Adjutant, 5th Mo. 9/1/62 Killed, Port Gibson 5/1/63 

GREENWOOD, William Private Johnson County farmer, born Lafayette County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 16 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

 

HAMMOND, David S. Private Newtonia farmer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 20 Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62 Left as nurse with wounded at Baker's Creek Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

HAMMOND, Job L. Private Newtonia farmer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 25 Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62 Killed, Baker's Creek 5/16/63 

HAWKINS, William W. Private Warrensburg saddler, born Lafayette County, Mo. Enlisted 12/1/61 at Warrensburg, age 24 Served as teamster Discharged, disease 9/5/62 

HERMONT, D.S. Private Captured, Corinth NOI 

HERNDON, George T. Private Warrensburg merchant, born Mercer County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 30 Killed, Corinth 10/4/62 

HOLLOWELL, Alonzo M. Private Warrensburg medical student, born Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 17 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

HOLLOWELL, Miles Private Warrensburg law student, born Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Mortally wounded, Corinth, died 10/5/62 

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JOHNSON, William R. Private Warrensburg student, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 15 Wounded Baker's Creek, captured as hospital attendant Wounded, New Hope Church 5/31/64 Severely wounded, Allatoona 10/5/64 

 

KEARN, Thomas Private Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield Transferred to Capt. Champion's company 2/12/62 NOI 

KENNEDY, Mike Private Enlisted 12/15/61 at Oceola Transferred to McDonald's Battery 12/22/61 NOI 

 

LEWIS, Joseph Private Johnson County farmer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 28 Detailed as teamster, surrendered Ft. Blakely 4/9/65 

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MASON, Joseph Private Warrensburg painter, born England Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 22 Discharged, disability (loss of right forearm) 11/26/62 

McCARTY, William B. 1st Lieutenant Warrensburg carpenter, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 23 Jr. 2nd Lt. 1/20/62, Sr. 2nd Lt. 9/1/62, 1st Lt. 6/27/63 Wounded, Franklin 11/30/64 Captured 12/17/64, interned Camp Chase 

McCORMACK, Auren G. Sergeant Warrensburg merchant, born Mercer County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 22 3rd Sergt. 7/1/62, 2nd Sergt. 12/1/62 Killed, Port Gibson 5/1/63 

McCORMACK, William W. Private Johnson County farmer, born Boyd County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Springfield, age 20 Discharged for disability 12/22/62 Re-enlisted 3/1/63 at Big Black River, Miss. Died, diahrrea 12/26/64 

McDANIEL, Columbus Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 18 Died, illness 7/1/62, Macon, Miss. 

McDANIEL, Thomas Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 16 Discharged, inability (Elk Horn wound) 7/17/62 

McFADDEN, William W. Private Knob Noster farmer, born Wright County, Mo. Enlisted 3/20/62 at Van Buren, Ark., age 20 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

MORAN, James Corporal Newtonia laborer, born Ireland Enlisted 1/15/62 at Springfield, age 25 Corpl. 1/1/63 Wounded, Port Gibson 5/1/63 Deserted to Trans Mississippi on furlough 

 

NOLAND, Henry Private Warrensburg stage driver, born Indianapolis, Ind. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 25 Captured, Corinth 10/4/62, took oath 

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PANNETT, William Private Warrensburg blacksmith, born Baltimore, Md. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 25 Captured, Allatoona 10/5/64 Interned Camp Douglas 

PARR, James R. Private Johnson County farmer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 19 Wounded, Vicksburg NOI 

PECK, Don Alonzo Sergeant Johnson County farmer, born Illinois Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 26 1st Sergt., 11/20/62 Killed, Vicksburg 

POINDEXTER, Thomas Private Captured, Howard County 2/12/63 Interned Gratiot St. Prison; to City Point, Va., for exchange 6/2/63 NOI 

PORTER, Francis E. Private Johnson County farmer, born Logan County, Ky. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 21 Surrendered, Ft. Blakely 4/9/65 

 

RAWLINGS, Logan Sergeant Johnson County farmer, born Ky. Enlisted 2/1/62 at Springfield, age 22 4th Sergt. 7/1/62, 3rd Sergt. 12/1/62 Mortally wounded, Vicksburg (died in hospital after 7/4/63) 

REECE, Oscar G. Private Enlisted 2/1/62 at Springfield Transferred to Co. A, 3rd Mo. Infty. 7/1/62 NOI 

REINHEART, James F. Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 25 Killed, Vicksburg 6/24/63 

ROBINSON, John Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62 Detailed to commissary dept. after Corinth Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

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SENIORS, John G. Corporal Johnson County farmer, born Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 19 Corpl. 7/1/62 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

SMITH, Eli A. Sergeant Johnson County farmer, born N.C. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 23 2nd Sergt. 7/1/62 Mortally wounded, Corinth 10/4/62, died 10/12/62 

STACEY, Elisha Private NOI 

STOKELY, Royal G. Captain Kingsville merchant, born Cooper County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 27 [Had served as Major in 2nd Cav., 8th Div. MSG] 1st Lieut. 5/8/62, Capt. 9/1/62 Wounded, Elkhorn Tavern 3/7/62 (as a Private) Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62 Mortally wounded, Port Gibson 5/1/63, died 7/2/63 

SYLVESTER, Eli M. Private Warrensburg carpenter, born Louisville, Ky. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 28 Detailed as artificer until discharge 8/22/63 

 

TURLEY, Charles A. Private Johnson County farmer, born Morefield, Va. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 32 Deserted while on furlough after Vicksburg 

TURLEY, William C. Private Johnson County farmer, born Morefield, Va. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 25 Deserted while on furlough after Vicksburg 

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UPTON, James K.P. Corporal Warrensburg printer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 16 Corpl. 2/1/63 (listed as Pvt. Aug '64) NOI after Allatoona 10/5/64 [James M. Upton, Co. G 3rd-5th shown surrendering at Greensboro, N.C. 5/10/65] 

UPTON, John G. Sergeant Johnson County farmer, born Randolph County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 22 Corpl. 7/1/62, 4th Sergt. 12/1/62, 1st Sergt. 9/1/63 Reduced in ranks to Private 6/26/64 Surrendered Citronelle, Ala., 5/4/65 

UPTON, Lorenzo D. Private Johnson County farmer, born Randolph County, Mo. Enlisted 5/1/62 at Corinth, Miss., age 18 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

UPTON, Thomas H. Private Johnson County farmer, born Randolph County, Mo. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 22 Died, diahrrea, McKinley, Ala. 9/3/63 

 

VANSICKLE, William Private Johnson County farmer, born Ohio Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 23 Wounded, disabled 8/4/64 (loss of left forearm) 

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WADDELL, Owen A. Major Warrensburg lawyer, born Orange County, N.C. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 24 [Had commanded Johnson Guards, MSG] Capt. Co. A 1/20/62, Maj. 5th Mo., 9/1/62 Killed, Allatoona 10/5/64, commanding 3rd-5th Mo. Reg't. 

WARD, A. Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 15 Died, Memphis 4/28/62 

WARD, John N. Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 3/1/62 at Cove Creek, Ark., age 17 Wounded, Corinth 10/4/62, discharged, died of wounds 

WESLEY, John Private Captured, Baker's Creek 5/16/63 as hospital attendant NOI 

WARTON, John J. Sergeant Warrensburg bookkeeper, born Jefferson County, Va. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 22 [Had served as Capt., AQM of 2nd Cav., 8th Div. MSG] 5th Mo. Quartermaster Sergt. 5/25/62 Surrendered, Ft. Blakely 4/9/65 

WHEATLEY, Benjamin Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 12/2/61 at Warrensburg, age 23 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

WHEATLEY, Calvin Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Died, disease, Lumpkins Mills, Miss. 10/27/62 

WHEATLEY, George Sr. Private Johnson County farmer, forn Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 30 Wounded, captured Corinth 10/4/62 Interned Alton; to City Point, Va., for exchange 4/1/63 

WHEATLEY, George R. Jr. Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlited 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 16 Died, illness 6/22/62 

WHEATLEY, James Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Captured when detailed to hospital, Corinth 10/4/62 Interned Alton, died of apoplexy 2/1/63 

WHEATLEY, John M. Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 23 Mortally wounded, Corinth 10/4/63, died 10/6/63 

WHEATLEY, Samuel S. Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 23 Discharged, disability (typhoid pnemonia) 9/5/62 

WHEATLEY, William Private Johnson County farmer, born Ash County, N.C. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 38 Died, illness 3/30/62 

WHITTAKER, Presley Private Wright County farmer, born Wright County, Mo. Enlisted 3/20/62 at Van Buren, Ark., age 28 Died, illness, Grand Gulf 4/18/63 

WILLIAMS, Daniel D. Private Warrensburg saddler, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 1/1/62 at Springfield, age 20 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

WOODRUFF, David P. Private Johnson County farmer, born Johnson County, Mo. Enlisted 3/20/62 at Van Buren, Ark., age 18 Deserted to Trans Mississippi after Vicksburg 

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3rd & 5th MISSOURI INFANTRY REGIMENT (Combined)

  KNOWN CO. G. MEMBERS

(Source: Compiled Missouri Service Records, Group 322, Rolls 122, 127-132):

This list is almost certainly incomplete due to the absence of company designations on prisoner-of-war roster cards.

ATKESON, Barnett Captain
Johnson Co.
Killed, Franklin

ATKESON, William H. Private
Johnson Co.
Wounded/Hospitalized, near Mobile Mar. '65

BARNETTE, F.M. Private
McDonald Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronelle, Ala.

BEDICHECK, James Private
Johnson Co.
Wounded/Captured, Franklin

BROWN, J.W. Corporal
Monroe Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronelle, Ala.

CAMPBELL, Thomas Private
Johnson Co.
Wounded/Captured, Franklin

COLLINS, William A. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronelle, Ala.

DAVIDSON, John Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

DAVIS, Zack Sergeant
Johnson Co.
Killed, Allatoona

DAVIS, William C. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

DONNELLY, William Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

DUVALL, George T. 2nd Lieutenant
Newton Co.
Killed, Allatoona

HEDGES, James H. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronelle, Ala.

JOHNSON, W.A. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 5/6/65, Bayou Lafourche, La.

JOHNSON, William R. Private
Johnson Co.
Wounded, Allatoona

LEWIS, J.P. Corporal
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

McCARTY, William B. 1st Lieutenant
Johnson Co.
Wounded/Captured, Franklin

McCORMACK, William Private
Johnson Co.
Died, illness Dec.'64

PANNETT, William Private
Johnson Co.
Captured, Allatoona

PORTER, Francis E. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

SWARFORD, T.C. Private
Dallas Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronelle, Ala.

UPTON, James M.(K.?) Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 5/10/65, Greensboro, N.C.

UPTON, John G. Private
Johnson Co.
Surrendered 5/4/65, Citronlelle, Ala.

WARTON, John H. Quartermaster Sergeant
Johnson Co
Surrendered 4/9/65, Ft. Blakely, Ala.

VANSICKLE, William Private
Johnson Co.
Wounded/Disabled, near Atlanta Aug. '64

Source: Roll 127, Compiled Missouri Service Records)  Compiled By Dennis Faught

April 6 1863 14 shoes     3 --?--
April 20 1863 24 drawers, 13 pants ? shoes, 2 drawers
April 21 1863 15 cotton shirts, 1 shoes 8 cotton drawers
 
May 5 1863  1 shoes  
May 6 1863 1 jacket , 4 shoes , 8 shirts 16 pants, 6 drawers, 4 socks
May 7 1863 2 pants  
May 28 1863 8 pants  12 drawers
May 29 1863 1 pants 1 drawers
May 30 1863 1 pants  

June 1 1863 4 pants, 3 drawers
                         
1 undershirt
June 2 1863 1 drawers  
June 3 1863 3 pants                         1 undershirt
June 5 1863 1 shoes  
June 6 1863 1 shoes  
June 14 1863 1 shoes  
June 15 1863 2 drawers  
June 19 1863 1 drawers  
June 20 1863 2 drawers 1 undershirt
June 26 1863 1 drawers  
June 28 1863 2 drawers  
July 1 1863 7 drawers  
July 2 1863 6 drawers  
July 23 1863 7 pants, 5 drawers  18 shirts, 6 shoes
July 27 1863 2 pants, 1 drawers   2 shirts, 1 knapsack
July 28 1863 7 drawers, 6 shirts,  2 caps   4 pants
July 29 1863 1 shoes  
August 23 1863 4 pants, 1 shirt   2 hats, 2 mess pans?
August 24 1863

 

3 shirts,  3 drawers, 7 jackets   1 pants, 5 shoes, 1 packing box
September 21 1863 September 21 1863   5 drawers
September 24 1863  1 skillet, 2 lids,3 camp kettles, 

1 pot

5 mess pans?
September 25 1863  1 --?-- book

 
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