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Spanish American War

1st Mississippi Volunteer Infantry

 

Company B:

Officers:

Coffey, Edgar N., Captain, Fayette
Farrar Jr., Daniel S,. 1st Lieutenant, Fayette
Knapp, Benj. C., 2nd Lieutenant, Harriston

 

Sergeants:

Lowe, James M., 1st Sergeant, Harriston
Healy, George W., Quartermaster Sergeant, Woodville
Godbold, Laurence B., 2nd Sergeant, Memphis, Tenn.
Watt, Leonard B., Woodville
Nessmith, Earl,  Martin
Boyd, Oliver W.,  Summit

 

Corporals:

Stames Jr., William C., Harriston
Killingsworth, Ray C., Jackson
Fletcher, Flavius C., Fayette
Cordes, Christian W., Fayette
Forman, George D., Fayette
Watson, Ben B., Fayette

 

Musicians:

Ferguson, Louis R., Learned
Whitney, John M., Winnsboro, La.

 

Artificer:

Key, Frank H., Fayette

 

Wagoner:

Bauer, George, Vicksburg

 

Privates:

Blurksom, Thomas C., Fayette
Brooks, Charles R., McComb City
Burks, Cullen E., Fayette
Byrd, Hiram F., Fayette
Chamberlain, Duncan H., Harriston
Clark, Arthur W., Augusta, Me.
Cogan, C. F., Stonington
Cogan, Clyde S., Red Lick Died Sep. 15, 1898
Cogan, Gordon W., Stonington
Dakin, Henry P., Martin
Dakin, Matt E., Centreville
Darden, Thos. L. Jr., Fayette
Dennis, Kisman D., Red Lick
Edmondson, Walter J., Hattiesburg Died August 17, 1898
Ennis, William T., Springfield, La.
Farrar, Robert C., Fayette
Feany, Charles E., Carthage
Firley, George, Yazoo City
Grant, George W., Myles
Grant, Thomas Y., Myles
Hammett, Henry K., Westside
Harrell, William C., Liberty
Higdon, Nick C., Haslehurst Died Sep. 23, 1898
Higdon, Robert T., Hays
Hinton, Samuel L., Hubbard City, Tex.
Howard, Lawrence, Way's Bluff
Humphreys, Luther C., Rodney
Hurst, H. W., Washington, D.C. Transferred Co. B
Hutchinson, James R., Centerville
Johnson, Anthony, Delaware, Iowa Discharged Oct. 26, 1898
Kane, John H., McComb City
Kinsella, William M., Vicksburg
Lauchly, Ben W., McComb City
Lawrence, W. J., Vicksburg Transferred to Co. A
Lenon, Joseph E., McComb City
Longmire, James R., Pellahachie
Lossel, Otto R., McComb City
Lowry, John T., Woodville
Maddux, Emory W., Harriston
Maddux, Erne E., Wagner, I. T.
Magee, Theodore F., McComb City
Mardis, Allan A., Fayette
Martin, James C., Hays
McPherson, Brown S., Harriston
McQuaide, John B., Vicksburg
Moss, James E., McComb City
Nesmith, Britton B., Martin
Polk, Paul M., Vicksburg Transferred Co. A
Price, Robert O., Martin
Pritchard, John M., Fayette
Ramsey, Albert G., Sacramento, Ky. Discharged Aug. 10, 1898
Richardson, James C., Hazelhurst
Richardson, John R. , Hazelhurst
Roberts, Percy A., Martin
Rollinson, John W., Vicksburg
Routh, N. J., Red Lick
Routh, Steve M., Red Lick
Rushing, James, Natchez
Scott, George C., Fayette
Seal, John H., McComb City
Shannon, Daniel J., Martin
Sharpe, John E., Yazoo City
Simmons, James A., McComb City
Stevens, Francis M., Rodney
Stribling, John B., Martin
Thomas, Wiley P., Knoxville
Thornton, William E., Murfreesboro, Ill. Deserted July 24, 1898
Van Buskirk, David, Magnolia Transferred Hospital.
Watson, Sidney J., Fayette
Wekenman, Thomas, Germany Trans. Regimental Band.
Whetstone, William O., Woodville
Whitney, Fred F., Winnsboro, La. Transferred Hospital.
Wren, Van R., Liberty

 

 

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