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History of Company K, 27th Mississippi Infantry, and its first and last master rolls
R. A. Jarman
1890 in Aberdeen, Miss .
Written in English
Excerpt from the Aberdeen Examiner in 1890.
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From: The Aberdeen Examiner, Friday, Janu (Editorial Matter) We publish this morning the first and last muster rolls of Company K, 27th Mississippi Volunteers, and a chapter from the history of that gallant command furnished by its last Orderly Sergeant, Mr.
Amos Jarman, of our county, Mr. Jarman will probably continue the narrative. History of Company K, 27th Mississippi Infantry and its first and last master rolls [Hardcover] [R. A Jarman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back.
This book is in black & white. History of Company K, 27th Mississippi Infantry, and its first and last master rolls; 27th Mississippi Infantry, and its first and last master rolls; by Jarman, R.
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27th Mississippi Infantry Regimental History Regiment History The 27th Infantry Regiment was organized in November and December, with men recruited in the counties of Oktibbeha, Leake, Covington, Jasper, Simpson and Jones. This is a list of Mississippi Civil War Confederate Units, or military units from the state of Mississippi which fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil list of Union Mississippi.
Searching for any information you have on a Pvt. Daniel Dykes, Co. G, 27th Mississippi Infantry. Died 31 Oct. Last muster roll shows “Absent, sick in Hospital” in Kentucky.
The 27th Regiment Mississippi Infantry was organized in September through December from independant units from the Counties of Oktibbeha, Leake, Covington, Jasper and Simpson in Mississippi while these units were stationed in Pennsacola. It underwent several field consolidations with various other Mississippi units.
Comfort's Company, Mississippi Infantry "Units History of Company K the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit.
Cook's, see 2nd Battalion, Mississippi Infantry (State Troops) (Minute Men) Cooper's Company, Mississippi Infantry "Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H. Crute, Jr.
contains no history for this unit. 27th Infantry Regiment was organized in November and December, with men recruited in the counties of Oktibbeha, Leake, Covington, Jasper, and Simpson. After serving in Florida and Kentucky, then unit was assigned to General Walthall's and Brantly's Brigade, Army of Tennessee.
It took an active part in the campaigns of the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, moved with Hood into Tennessee. Captain Duff’s Company on detached duty at Big Spring and other posts along the Potomac River: October Leesburg, or Ball’s Bluff.
The regiment fought beside the 18th Mississippi and the 8th Virginia until the Virginia regiment ran out of ammunition, then advanced with the 18th Mississippi under Colonel Featherston’s command.
Roll of Honor, published Aug "Third Mississippi Regiment of infantry, for gallant and meritorious conduct while on picket duty at Kenesaw Mountain, July 2, " In general orders, Private J. Patterson, Company C, was commended for gallantry on picket duty, on in, July 2.
History of Company K, 27th Mississippi Infantry, and its first and last master rolls History of Company K Mississippi and the compromise of () Officers and privates who enlisted in the Confederate States Army from Wilkinson County, Mississippi, ()End date: Twenty-seventh Infantry.
27th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry list. Dittmar, Katherine Kelley. I am the family introduction to the Autry Family and the James L. Autry Collection. State of Mississippi - Confederate Government. Military records of Ely Myric(k).
Unknown. Excerpts by: R. Jarman from the Aberdeen Examiner. The 5th Mississippi Infantry was a regiment of infantry in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought in many battles and campaigns in the American Civil War. The 5th Mississippi was organized in the fall of by Albert E.
Fant. The 1st Mississippi Infantry was a line infantry regiment of the Confederate States Army originally formed as a state militia unit in Mississippi.
The regiment was first organized at Corinth, Mississippi in April with a strength of men. By the following spring, the regiment had been augmented to the Confederate Army and fought primarily in the western theater of the war.
Company K -- Choctaw Rebels (raised in Choctaw County, MS) Company L -- Monroe Rangers, aka the Athens Guard (raised in Monroe County, MS) The regiment was made up largely of very young men, and the companies were organized under a proclamation of.
Regiments. 1st Infantry Regiment; 1st Infantry Regiment 24 April ; 1st Battalion, 1st Infantry 14 April ; 2d Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment. The Mississippi 40th Infantry Regiment was formed during the early summer of after several attempts to organize a unit. Some of the men were from Attala County.
It was active in the conflicts at Iuka and Corinth, then, assigned to J.C. Moore's and L. Hebert's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, was captured at Vicksburg. This roster of the 1st Battalion Mississippi Infantry Army of 10, comes mainly from the Soldiers and Sailors system with biographical data added.
A good many men of Co. D were later in Co. K of the 10th Mississippi Infantry. K, Beauregard Relief of the 10th Mississippi infantry. The Mississippi 37th Infantry Regiment was organized during the spring of with men recruited in the counties of Clarke, Lowndes, Greene, De Soto, Jasper, and Claiborne.
After participating in numerous battles in Mississippi the unit was assigned to General Hebert's Brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.
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Historical Sketch and Roster of the Mississippi 3rd Infantry Battalion Minute Men - Burgins Choose Hardback, Paperback, CD-ROM, or Ebook Historical Sketch and Roster of the Mississippi 27th Infantry.
26th Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 27th Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 28th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment: 29th Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 30th Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 31st Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 32nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 33rd Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 34th Mississippi Infantry Regiment: 35th Mississippi.
The troops returned to Jackson, Miss., and about September 1 moved to Gray's Creek, north of Holly Springs, where there was a reorganization and the First, Third, Twenty-second and Thirty-first Mississippi formed Rust's Brigade, under command of Colonel Stephens, while General Rust commanded the division until General Loring took command.
BAKER, Thomas A. [posthumously] Rank and organization: Sergeant, U.S. Army, Company A, th Infantry, 27th Infantry Division. Place and date: Saipan, Mariana Islands, 19 June to 7 July Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty at Saipan, Mariana Islands, 19 June to 7 July At 4pm,the Confederate line started forward from Winstead Hill, crossing 2 miles of open ground to attack a strongly entrenched Union army at Franklin, Tenn.
In the "Five Tragic Hours" of fighting that took place, the Confederates had over men killed or wounded.
There were. For most of its time in Hawaii, the 27th was under the command of Brigadier General Ralph Pennel. On November 20ththe 27th Infantry Division embarked on its first combat assignment, the capture of the coral atoll of Makin. The 27th also had a new Division commander, Major General Ralph Smith.
Donald W. Pitts - 10/28/00 My Email:[email protected] Confederate or Union: confederate What State: kansas, dammit What unit are you investigating: 27th, Co. G Comments: Both my Great grandfather, Nehemiah Pitts, and my Great great grandfather, James Pitts, fought with the 27th, "G" is if their memories were correct when they applied for their pensions from the.
The troops returned to Jackson, Mississippi, and about September 1 moved to Gray's Creek, north of Holly Springs, where there was a reorganization. The 31st along with the 1st, 3rd, and 22nd Mississippi Infantry Regiments formed Rust's Brigade, under command of Col.
Stephens, while Gen. Rust commanded the division until Gen. Loring took command. During December of the 33rd camped nearby in preparation for Grant. However, due to events in Coffeeville and Holly Springs MS, Grant's push through central Mississippi was halted.
Corporal Samuel Francis Bondurant, Company D (Canebrake Rifle Guards, Uniontown, AL), 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia. Confederate Regiments & Batteries > Mississippi The 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment is honored by two monuments at Gettysburg. April The independent companies that would become the regiment were ordered to Corinth.
May 4 The regiment was formed in Corinth under Continue reading →. Company C (Dowd Rebels of Chickasaw County): Muster rolls, October 6, (2 copies) and September 1, ; Roll of Company C printed in an unidentified and undated Houston, Mississippi newspaper, with letter transferring the roll to J.L.
Power (Mississippi Secretary of. 05/30/14 was the last day I modified this page. 39th Mississippi Infantry (from Dunbar Rowland's "Military History of Mississippi, "; company listing courtesy of H. Grady Howell's "For Dixie Land, I'll Take My Stand') Company A -- Simpson Greys (raised in Simpson County, MS) Company B -- Rankin Rebels (raised in Rankin County, MS).
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "History of the Thirtieth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry: from its. (Record Group ) (bulk ) 26, cu. Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF GENERAL HEADQUARTERS (GHQ) AEF lin.
and rolls of microfilm Records of the office of the commander in chief Records of the chief of staff Records of the secretary of the general staff RECORDS OF THE GENERAL.
List of the field, staff and company officers of the 15th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, March-June, Company A (Long Creek Rifles of Attala County): Muster rolls, April 27 (2 copies) and ; Roll of officers and members of company, Ap Election returns, May 3 and Septem Mississippi 31st Infantry Regiment Historical Notes: The Mississippi 31st Infantry Regiment was organized in March,using the 6th (Orr's) Mississippi Infantry Battalion as its nucleus.
The unit served in Rust's, L. Hebert's, and Featherston's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Clayton's Company Infantry "Jasper Defenders" Clayborne's Battalion Infantry: Comfort's Company Infantry: Condrey's Company Infantry "Bull Mountain Invincibles" Cooper's Company Infantry: Drane's Company Infantry "Choctaw Silver Greys" D.J.
Red's Company Infantry "Red Rebels" Edmundson's Regiment Infantry. The Mississippi 27th Infantry Regiment was organized in November and December, with men recruited in the counties of Oktibbeha, Leake, Covington, Jasper, and Simpson.
After serving in Florida and Kentucky, then unit was assigned to General Walthall's and Brantly's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. Unidentified corporal in Confederate uniform of Company K, "Jake Thompson Guards," 19th Mississippi Infantry Regiment The 19th Mississippi Infantry Regiment was an infantry formation in the Confederate States Army during the Civil War, and was successively commanded by Colonels Christopher Mott, Lucius Lamar, Nathaniel Harris, Thomas Hardin.Its designation was changed by act of Congress of Jwhen by the addition of two companies to the eight which constituted the battalion, it became the Twentieth Infantry.
Its designation and organization was completed and fixed under the act, by the provisions of General Orders No. 92 from the War Department, series ofand was.Muster rolls, undated, August 7 (3 copies), and October 5, Pay receipt rolls, Octo Muster roll of Confederate Guards mustered in by Thomas Tolson on August 7, ; Election returns, officers, ; MDAH veterans' survey form of Philip W.
Davis, undated. Company K (Ellisville Invincibles of Jones County).