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ADAMS, James P., Private.  Born in 1838, he enlisted on 7/22/61 in Monticello, Florida.   He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company H.  He was slightly wounded in the leg at Murfreesboro on 1/2/63 and was absent on the remaining rolls until discharged on 5/25/63. He returned after the last roll and was captured in April 1865 in Georgia. He lived in Madison after the war. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

ALBRITTON, Thomas, J., Private.  Served with the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Enlisted on 5/8/62 at Station #5, P & G RR and transferred to Co. "D," 4th Florida Infantry for N. Keen who was discharged.  He died of disease on 11/30/62 at Tullahoma, TN.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ALLEN, Brittan, 4th Cpl. Born abt. 1837; married Jane Bates 3/29/1860; died 1886 in Lafayette Col.  Lived in Madison and enlisted 3/14/62 at Jasper.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He was reduced in mid 1862.  He was captured at Spotsylvania 5/12/64 and sent to Elmira prison.  He was released on oath 6/16/65 and was 5' 11.5", and had blue eyes, florid skin and black hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com. -- ALLEN Brittan 5th Regt Inf Jane (Bates) Hillsborough Co -- 1915​

ALLMAN, Augustus, Private.  Served with the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Born in 1847.  He enlisted on 4/1/62 and was dropped after 6/30/62.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ALLMAN Augustus C. Home Guard Jefferson Co -- 1907 ​

ALLMAN, John E., Private.  Served with the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Born in 1840, he lived near Station #4, P & G RR and enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison.  He appears as 4th Sgt in late 1863 then as 1st Sgt on 1/1/64.  He was wounded in the left hand at Wilderness on 5/6/64 and was present on the last roll.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ALLMAN, Michell G., 1st Cpl. Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Born in 1846.  Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison Co., FL.  He was captured on 7/2/63 at Gettysburg and died of small pox on 11/22/63 at Fort Delaware prison.  He was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).


ARNOLD, Paris D., Private.  Born 1835.  Lived in Madison and enlisted 3/8/62 in Madison.  He was captured 7/5/63 at Gettysburg then paroled and released in September 1863.  He was captured 5/12/64 at Spotsylvania Courthouse and sent to Elmira prison.  He was released on oath 6/16/65 and was 5' 9", blue eues, fair skin, dark hair. Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). (page 510 Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).  Parris D. Arnold had been missing since the Battle of Gettysburg and it was reported on his company’s muster roll on August 13, 1863. It was later discovered he had been admitted to Decamp Hospital at New York Harbor, where he was paroled. The Madison resident was 5’9” tall, had a fair complexion, with blue eyes and dark hair. He enlisted March 8, 1862 in Madison.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


ARNOLD, William, Private.  Born 1814 in Tattnall County, Georgia.  Enlisted 3/8/62 in Madison but was discharged 6/9/62.  He was 5' 10", dark skin, blue eyes.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- could possibly be  ARNOLD William Eliot Georgia Helen (Forman) Duval Co -- 1915 or ARNOLD William Georgia Hester (Murray) Columbia Co -- 1919


AVERETT, James E., Private.  Born 6/5/1834 in Twiggs Co., GA.  He did 10/15/1910 and was buried in Prospect Cemetery in Jasper, Hamilton Co.  Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He enlisted 5/3/1862 at Jasper and was absent on every roll except one.  He was furloughed 1/28/65.  He was 5' tall with dark hair, grey eyes and had fair skin.  He was paroled 5/16/65 at Madison and lived in Jennings after the war.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ --  possibly AVERIETT James 5th Regt' Inf Hamilton Co -- 1907 


AVERETT, Jeremiah E., Private.  Born 6/16/38 in Twiggs Co., GA; married Mary L. Bowers on 1/24/867; died 9/15/1910 in Hamilton Co.  He enlisted 5/3/1862 at Jasper.  He served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He was captured 7/5/63 at Gettysburg and exchanged 3/3/64, then hospitalized.  He appears on a receipt roll dated 12/17/64 and was paroled 5/23/65 at Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- AVERIETT Jeremiah E. 5th Regt Inf Mary (Bowers) Hamilton Co -- 1904 


BAILEY, Franklin, Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison and deserted 8/6/62.  He was paroled 5/24/65 in Tallahassee. Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BAILEY, Joseph, Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison.  He was present on every roll but one and paroled in late April 1865 in Farmville, Virginia.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ --  possibly: BAILEY Joseph 5th Regt Inf Rachel (--) Madison Co 1897


BAILEY, William H., Private.  Married Ginsey Simmons 11/21/69; died 12/21/1901 in Madison County, Florida.  Lived in Madison and enlisted there 4/26/62.  He was wounded at Sharpsburg 9/17/62.  He was wounded in the right thigh in mid 1864 and hospitalized in Lake City, Florida.  He surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/65.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is a W. H. Bailey buried in the Blue Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Madison county.  His tombstone reads:  W. H. Bailey/born May 22, 1844/died Dec. 21, 1901.  Next to him is buried Jency Bailey born Nov. 18, 1848 and died Aug. 28, 1931.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- possibly: BAILEY William H. (See A04287) or BAILEY William H. 5th Regt Inf Ginsey (Simmons) Madison Co -- 1907


BARKER, Isaac, Private.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company A.  Enlisted 3/1/1864 in Madison and was absent sick on every roll.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  In the 1850 Census of Madison county, there is a five year old boy named Isaac in the household of Elisha and Mary Barker.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- possibly: BARKER Isaac 5th Regt Inf DeSoto Co -- 1902


BARKER, Jeremiah, Private.  Enlisted 1/11/1862 in Monticello.  Paroled in Burkeville, Virginia in mid April 1865.  Born in 1827 and died 9/25/1903.  He was buried in the San Pedro Cemetery, Madison, FL. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is a tombstone for a Jerry Barker in the San Pedro Cemetery.  It states that Jerry was born in 1827 and died in 1903.  At the foot of the burial site is marked:  Florida/Pvt Co. "A.", 5th Regt, Fla Inf./Confederate States Army/25 Sep 1903.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- possibly: BARKER Jerry 5th Regt Inf Madison Co 1898


BARNETT, James S., Private.  Born 1838 in South Carolina.  Enlisted 4/26/62 at Madison.  In mid 1862 he was 5' 10", fair skin, brown eyes, light hair, occupation: farmer.  He was absent on every roll and was on hospital detail since early 1864.  He was paroled 5/16/65 in Madison.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).


BELL, George W., Private.  Enlisted on 7/21/61 at Warrington in the Old First Florida Infantry, Company E.  He reenlisted on 1/19/62 in (New) First Florida Infantry, Company B.  He was wounded at Shiloh on 4/6/62 and hospitalized. He was absent sick since 12/15/63 on the last roll. He was paroled on 5/20/65 in Madison County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- possibly:  BELL George W. Home Guard Martha (--) Madison Co 1897 


BEMBRY, Thomas N., Private.  Born 1828; married Sarah Simpson on 1844 (second marriage); died 9/21/1904 in McAlpin, buried in Suwannee Co. Enlisted 3/14/62 in Jasper. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He was absent in a hospital for most of his service and was in a Madison hospital since mid 1864 on the last roll.  He was paroled 5/15/65 at Madison.  He was 6' 3" tall and had dark hair, blue eyes and light skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- possibly:​  BEMBRY Thomas N. 5th Regt Inf Sarah (Simpson) Suwannee Co 1899​

BISHOP, Berry L., Private.  Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Was born 9/20/39 in Jefferson Co., FL.  He enlisted on 5/8/62 at Station #5, P & G RR and reportedly deserted in Thomasville, GA on 7/18/62.  According to family records, he was left sick, and when he recovered, was told to join another unit.  In any event, he reenlisted on 11/24/63 in Dyke's Artillery at Camp Simpkins.  He was wounded in the hand at Olustee on 2/20/64 but returned to duty.  He was absent sick in a hospital on the last roll and was paroled in Tallahassee on 5/12/65.  He was 5' 6" tall with grey eyes and light skin and hair.  He lived in Greenville after the war.  Despite his service in Dyke's Artillery, he was denied a Florida pension due to his service record in the Eighth Florida Infantry.  His father was George Bishop and his mother was named Luiza. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ BISHOP Berry L. Arty Units Madison Co -- 1904 ​

BISHOP, Eli, Private.  Served with the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Was born in 1836.   Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison and was dropped shortly after enlisting.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BLANTON, Elbert Columbus, Private.  Born on 8/31/1842 in Valdosta, Lowndes, Georgia.  He died on  7/30/1923 and was buried in the Mt. Enon Cemetery in Plant City, Hillsborough County, Florida.  He enlisted on 9/1/61 at McIntosh.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E.  He was exchanged on 6/4/62 to Company D, 5th Florida Infantry for A. Blanton and promoted to 4th Cpl on 8/1/63. He was wounded in mid 1864 and furloughed on 9/17/64. In early 1865, he was 5’6”, dark skin, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. He was paroled in Madison County, Florida on 5/23/65. He was a member of Hillsborough United Confederate Veteran Camp #1 in 1891. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly:  BLANTON Elbert Columbus 5th Regt Inf Hillsborough Co 1888 


BLOUNT, William S. J., Private.  He was born in 1826 in Beaufort Co., SC.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He enlisted 5/14/62 in Jasper and was discharged on 6/27/63 from the Florida Hospital in Richmond.  He was 5' 10.5" tall and had dark skin, blue eyes, brow hair and earned his living as a farmer.  He reenlisted 5/20/64 in Company B. "Munnerlyn's Battalion" at Madison and was furloughed by General Miller.  He was paroled there 5/15/ and was show to be 5' 11" tall with blue eyes, sallow skin and light hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly:  ​BLOUNT William S.Y. Home Guard Suwannee Co -- 1907 ​

BLUME, G. W., Private.  Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Enlisted on 5/3/64 in Madison.  He was admitted on 6/4/64 and died on 7/19/64 at Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

BOATWRIGHT, Benjamin, Private.  Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison.  Was captured on 7/2/63 at Gettysburg and sent to Fort Delaware prison.  He died of general debility on 8/24/63 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  

Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly: BOATWRIGHT Benjamin John Rob 5th Regt Inf Leon Co -- 1907  

BOATWRIGHT, John W., Private.  Was born about 1834 in Madison County, Florida.  He married Mahala Bailey in 1891.  He enlisted on 9/1/61 at McIntosh and served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E.  He was exchanged to Company A, 8th Florida Infantry for I. Wynn 5/8/62. He was captured on 12/11/62 at Fredricksburg, Virginia and exchanged. He was captured on 7/2/63 at Gettysburg and was sent to the Fort Delaware prison. He applied to take the oath in December 1864. He was released on oath on 5/10/65.  He was 6’ 1” with hazel eyes, ruddy skin, black hair.   He died on 8/31/1908 in Suwannee County, Florida.  He was buried in Suwannee County.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.​  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly: BOATRIGHT John W. 4th REgt Inf Mahala (Bailey) Suwannee Co -- 1902  

BOBO, Burwell A., Captain.  Served in the Eigth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison Co. and was cashiered for cowardice on 11/11/62.  He may have served in the 2nd Florida Cavalry, Co. "H" at the end.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BOND, Albert, Private.  Was born on 5/24/45 in Cobb County Georgia.  He married Georgian Hurst on 12/3/76.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida and served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was wounded at Chickamauga on 9/20/63 and wounded in the right thigh in Dallas, Georgia on 5/23/64. In August 1864, he was 5’4”, blue eyes, brown hair, fair skin, occupation: farmer. He was present on the last roll and was paroled on 5/17/65 in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida.  He died on 12/3/1925 in Suwannee County, Florida.  He was buried in the Friendship Cemetery in Pine Mount, Suwannee Co., Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly: BONDS Albert 4th Regt Inf Georgian (Hurst) Suwannee Co -- 1902  or BONDS Albert (See A02635)


BOND, Nelson, Private.  Was born in 1811 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison and died on 7/8/62 in a Mobile, Alabama hospital.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


BOYETT, Stephen James, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Lived in Cherry Lake and enlisted 30 Apr 1862 in Madison.  He was absent sick for most of the latter part of the war and was furloughed 19 Sep 1864. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


BOYETT, William H., Private.  Born in 1838 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida. He was on detached service since 12/6/63 on the last roll and was paroled on 5/1/65 in Greensboro, North Carolina.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company "C."  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BRADFORD, Richard H., Captain.  He was born in 1836 and enlisted on 3/28/61 in Madison County, Florida. He was killed on the morning of 10/9/61 at Santa Rosa Island: “... was shot in the breast and instantly killed, while leading his men ....” His cousin, Edward Bradford, brought the body home and it was buried in God‟s Acre at Pine Hill. Governor John Milton Gov. delivered the eulogy. He was the first Confederate officer from Florida to die in the war and, in his memory, New River County was changed to Bradford County on 12/6/61. Biographical Roster of Florida‟s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is a Florida Historical Marker erected at the NW corner of Range & Base Streets, in front of the Madison County Court House and it reads:  Captain Richard G. Bradford of Madison was killed on October 9, 1861, during the Battle of Santa Rosa Island. This battle was fought in an attempt to capture Fort Pickens which protected Pensacola Harbor.  Bradford was the first Confederate officer from Florida to die in the War Between the States. In his honor the Legislature voted to change the name of New River County to Bradford County. Gov. John Milton Gov. signed the law December 6, 1861. 

BRANTLEY, Anthony, Private.  Born 1835.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 18 Mar 1862 in Madison, Florida.  He was absent sick since Apr 1862 and was furloughed 21 May 1862.  He was sick at the Lake City Hospital in June 1862 and was dropped at the end of the month.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


BRIM, John, Private.  Born on 2/22/32 in Houston County, Georgia; enlisted on 8/12/6 1 at Madison County, Florida. Served on the Fourth Florida Infantry in Company C.  He was detailed as a teamster since 9/13/63 on the last roll and was paroled in Madison County, Florida on 5/17/65. He died on 3/18/1925 and was buried in the Clayland Cemetery in Newburn, Suwannee County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to genealogytrails.com/fla.confedpensions.html, can download digital copy of his pension file from floridamemory.com.​ -- ​ possibly:  BRIM John 4th Regt Inf Suwannee Co -- 1902 


BRINSON, Chariton H., Private. Born on 1/1/41 in Lyons County, Georgia.  He enlisted on 8/12/6 1 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  and was present on every roll until captured on 11/28/63 at Chattanooga.  He was sent to Rock Island prison.  He joined the US Navy and was transferred to the Naval rendezvous at Camp Douglas prison on 1/25/64.  He died on 5/21/1918 and was buried in the Antioch Cemetery in Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BROCK, Gillison H., Private.  Born in 1839, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County Florida. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was sick in Atlanta from 7/27/62 and died in September or August 1862 at Denny’s Hospital, Atlanta GA. He was buried in Block C, Row 4, Space 41 in the local Oakland Cemetery. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BROCK, William G., Private.  Born about 1841.  Enlisted 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida serving in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was attached to the band on 8/15/62. He was captured 12/16/64 near Nashville, Tennessee and sent to Camp Chase prison. He enlisted in the US Army on 4/22/65.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


​BROWN, Arthur A.  Arthur A. Brown was mortally wounded and captured on July 2, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. He had his leg amputated. He died of the wounds he sustained on July 14, 1863. His personal belongings, including $94.62, were given to his father. Brown was born in 1846 and enlisted in the Confederate Army in Madison on March 26, 1862. He was 5’6” tall, had a fair complexion, blue eyes, and light hair.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


BROWN, Samuel, Private.  Born about 1844, he enlisted on 11/20/61 at Fernandina, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was severely wounded in the leg on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro and was captured. He died on 2/7/63 in the Breckinridge Division Hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


BROWN, William G., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 14 Feb 1833 in Bibb Co., GA.  Buried in Brown Cemetery, Mayo, Lafayette Co., Florida.  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison, Florida.  He lost his right arm at Sharpsburg 17 Sep 1862 and was sent home.  He retired in early 1864.   (page 511, Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865).

BRYAN, William C.  William C. Bryan was captured at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. He was released prior to August 23, 1863. Bryan had enlisted in Madison on February 26, 1862 and he was among those who surrendered with Gen. Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House, Va., on April 9, 1865.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


BURNAM, James, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He enlisted on 2/14/64 in Madison.  He was absent sick then furloughed 8/19/1864.  He was paroled 5/16/1865 at Madison and was 5' 10" tall with red hair, hazel eyes and florid skin. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


BURNETT, Thomas, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1838 in Lowndes Co., Georgia.  Enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison.  He lost his left hand at Manassas in mid 1862 and was discharged 29 Oct 1862.  He was 5' 8" tall and had fair skin, dark eyes and brown hair.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CALHOUN, C. W., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was promoted 4th Cpl 20 Feb 1863, then 2nd Cpl 1 Aug 1863.  He was severely wounded in the right arm 6 May 1864 at Wilderness and treated at the General Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia.  He died 6 Jun 1864 after amputation and was buried in the University of Virginia Cemetery. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CALHOUN, Levi H., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born in South Carolina.  Married Lydia A. Enlisted 1 Aug 1862 in Madison.  He was promoted 4th Cpl 5 Nov 1862, then 3rd Cpl soon after.  He was killed 2 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg.  He was 5' 11" and had fair skin, grey eyes, and light hair.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.
​Levi H. Calhoun was killed July 2, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. His personal effects, consisting of $95.02, were given to his attorney, J.W. Anderson. Calhoun enlisted as a private in Madison on August 1, 1862. The fair skinned Calhoun stood 5’11” tall, and had grey eyes and light hair. Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


CALHOUN, Thomas M., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Married Clarissa Cottingham 17 Oct 1888.  Died 28 May 1899 in Madison, FL.  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was wounded in the right arm 2 Jul 1863 in Gettysburg and left behind.  He was captured 4 Jul 1863 and paroled 24 Aug 1863.  He was furloughed 5 Sep 1863 and remained in Florida on detached service.  He was paroled in Madison 18 May 1865.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  There is a T. M. Calhoun buried in the Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Madison.  According to the Cemetery Book, the stone states that T. M. Calhoun was born 19 Sep 1830 and died 28 May 1897.  Next to him on one side is buried Mary Jane, wife of Thos. M. Calhoun born 18 Feb 1834 and died 1 Jul 1885.  Buried on the other side is Claracy Ann Cotthingham, wife of T. M. Calhoun, born 21 Feb 1846, died 18 Apr 1924.  ​​Thomas M. Calhoun suffered a gunshot wound in his right arm on July 2, 1863 and was captured on July 4, 1863, the same day he was admitted to the US XII Corps hospital. Calhoun was then sent to DeCamp Hospital in New York Harbor. He was paroled on August 24, 1863 and sent to the General Hospital in Petersburg, Va., on September 5, 1863. After spending fifty days in Petersburg, he never returned to his regiment. Calhoun had enlisted in the Confederate Army on May 8, 1862 in Madison and he took the oath of allegiance to the United States, after the war, in Madison on May 18, 1865. Married to the former Clarissa Cottingham on October 17, 1888, he died in Madison County on May 28, 1899. Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


CAMPBELL, Benjamin Franklin, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Married Maggie A. Tylor, 20 May 1868.  Died 12 Jan 1902 in Seven Oaks, Hillsborough Co., Florida.  Enlisted 8 Mar 1882 in Madison and was discharged 16 Jul 1862.  He reenlisted 28 Feb 1863 in Co. "E", 11th Florida Infantry.  He was admitted 18 Sep 1864 to Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond and was furloughed 22 Sep 1864. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CAMPBELL, James R., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1837.  Married Jane E. Lanier, 1 Mar 1875.  Died 24 Jun 1901 in Madison Co.  Lived in Monticello and enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in  Madison.  He was promoted 5th Sgt 10 Feb 1863 and captured 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania.  He was released on oath 19 Jun 1865 from Elmira prison.  He was 5' 9" tall and had grey eyes, fair skin and dark hair.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-186).  According to the Cemetery Book, there is a James R. Campbell buried in Little Brown/Campbell Church Cemetery in Madison Co.  It shows that James R. Campbell was born 9 Oct 1834 and died 24 Jun 1901.  

CARROLL, John O., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 22 Feb 1821 in North Carolina.  Died 26 Feb 1901 and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Orange Co.  Enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He deserted to the US 19 Mar 1865, took the oath 25 Mar 1865 at Washington D. C. and was sent to Philadelphia, PA.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CARRUTH, William L., Private.  He was born on 4/5/39 in Madison County, Florida.  He lived in Live Oak and enlisted 5/15/62 in Jacksonville. He was wounded and captured 1/5/63 at Murfreesboro and then sent to Camp Morton prison. He was exchanged at City Point, Virginia in April 1863 and returned by June 1863. He was hospitalized in Lake City in mid l864.  He married Eliona I. Campbell on 11/28/86. After the war, he lived in South Florida and was a member of Hillsborough Camp #1, Confederate Veterans in 1891.  He died on 3/26/1915  in Pinellas County, Florida and was buried in the Sylvan Abbey Cemetery in Clearwater, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  


CASH, Richard E., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Married Georgia Rosoe on August 1865.  Died 18 Dec 1888 in Madison Co.  Enlisted 26 Apr 1862 in Madison.  Captured 2 July 1863 at Gettysburg and was sent to Fort Delaware prison.  He signed a petition to President Lincoln asking for clemency stating that he was a peaceful citizen who was forced into the army.  He was released on oath on 10 Jun 1865.  He was 5' 8" and had grey eyes and dark skin and hair. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  There is a R. E. Cash buried in Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Madison, Co. According to that tombstone, R. E. Cash was born on 22 Dec 1839 and died on 25 Dec 1888.  Buried beside him is Georgia Cash, born 1 Nov 1851 and died 4 Mar 1941. Richard E. Cash was also captured on July 2, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. Cash was born on December 22, 1839. He stood 5’8” inches tall, had a dark complexion, grey eyes, and dark hair. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on April 26, 1862 in Madison. After the war, he took the oath of allegiance to the United States at Fort Lauderdale. In August 1865, he married the former Georgia Roscoe and they resided in Boston, Ga., with their two daughters, Lillie and Emma. Cash was employed as a farm worker. He died on Christmas Day in 1888 in Madison County. He was buried in Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery near Lee.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.​

CASON, David, Private.  Served with the Eighth Floria Infantry, Co. "A." Enlisted on 5/8/62 at Station #5, P & G RR and deserted at Camp Leon on 7/16/62. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 

CASON, William.  ​William Cason was wounded on the final day of the Battle of Gettysburg on July 3, 1863. Afterward, he was admitted to West’s Buildings Hospital in Baltimore, Md., on July 31, 1863. He was paroled from there on August 22, 1863, and sent to the General Hospital in Petersburg, Va., where he was released on September 6, 1863. Cason had enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 9, 1863 in Madison. On August 1, 1864, he deserted to the Union Army and took the oath of allegiance to the United States at the time of his desertion.   Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


CHILDERS, John L., Private.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  Born: 12/23/30 in Talbot Co., GA; Married Jane Williams 9/17/54; Died 11/28/1906 in Madison, buried in Orange Hill Cemetery, Williston.  Enlisted 8/1/62 at Monticello as a substitute for G. Raysor.  He appears on a list of men "condemned to be shot for various military offenses." in mid 1863.  He returned to his unit in late 1863 and was wounded in the right side in June 1864.  He was paroled in April 1865 at Lunchburg, VA.  (Page 541 Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).


CLANTON, Samuel B., Private.  Was born in 1832 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was appointed 3rd Cpl on 6/11/62. He appears on a receipt roll dated 10/12/64 at May Hospital, Augusta GA and was paroled 5/10/65 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida. He was 5’8”, light hair, fair skin, grey eyes. (Page 388 Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865)


CLARK, John J., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was born in 1835 in Georgia.  He served under Captain Leroy Leslie in the Seminole War in 1856.  He enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was absent sick since late 1862 and furloughed.  He died 1 Jul 1863 at home.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CLEMENS, Jasper W., Private.  Was born in 1843 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was absent sick in a Ringgold, Georgia hospital since 1/10/63 and died in mid-late 1863. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

CLEMENTS, Joseph C., Private.  Served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company "A."  Was born 12/17/40 in Darlington Co., SC.  Married Rebecca Langford on 12/18/67.  Died 12/6/1923 in Columbia Co. Fl.  He enlisted on 5/3/64 in Madison and was furloughed on 6/27/64.  He was the only private in this company when it surrendered at Attpomattox on 4/9/65.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


CLYATT, George Washington, Private.  Born 25 Jan 1838 in Columbia Co., GA.  He married Sarah L. Knight on 23 Oct 1866.  He died 2 Feb 1917 in Palm Beach and was buried in Broward Co.  He enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison.  He was wounded at Manassass in mid 1862 and furloughed.  He was captured 3 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg and sent to Point Lookout prison.  He was paroled and forwarded for exchange 24 Feb 1865 to Aikens Landing, VA.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


CLYATT, Robert A., Private.  Born 1831.  Married Emily Holtzclaw on 3/14/61.  Died 8/23/1899 in Bradford County, Florida.  Enlisted 3/8/62 in Madison.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was captured 7/3/63 at Gettysburg and sent to Point Lockout prison.  He was paroled and forwarded for exchange 2/24/65 to Aikens Landing, Virginia.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


COATS, Philip G., Private.  Was born in 1841 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison, Florida.   He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. and was promoted to 1st Cpl on 6/5/62.  He was slightly wounded in the sternum 12/31/62 at Murfreesboro and furloughed 1/12/63. He was wounded in the right leg 11/25/63 at Missionary Ridge and captured and sent to Rock Island prison. He was exchanged in February 1865 then hospitalized in Richmond in March 1865. He was paroled 5/15/65 at Tallahassee and was 6’1”, light skin, dark hair, black eyes.   He married Sarah Duffey on 12/28/65.  He died on 7/25/80 near Live Oak Florida and was buried in the Antioch Cemetery in Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


COCHRAN, John Scott, Captain.   John Scott Cochran died on November 28, 1863 after he was shot in the upper part of the left shoulder and lung and captured on July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg. He was sent to Camp Letterman on August 7, 1863 where he stayed for 10 days before being sent to West’s Buildings Hospital where he later died. He was buried in Grave A-43 of Loudon Park Cemetery in Baltimore, Md., on November 29, 1863.  He enlisted as a 3rd Lieutenant of Company D of his regiment on March 26, 1862 in Madison. He was also wounded and captured at Sharpsburg, Md., on September 17, 1862. He was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on October 1, 1862, 1st Lieutenant on November 29, 1862, and Captain on January 1, 1863. At the time of his enlistment, he was a wagoner in Madison, where he resided with his 60-year-old father, A.J.; his 55-year-old mother, Pam; and six siblings: 30-year-old H.A.; 25-year-old C.C.; 25-year-old A.C.; 21-year-old A.P.; 16-year-old Martha; and 13-year-old Caroline.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


COCHRAN, William P., Private.  He was born about 1839 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. and was dropped after December 1861. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


COFFEE, C., 3rd Cpl.  Enlisted 5/28/62 at Camp Leon.  He was promoted 3rd Sgt. 11/5/62 then 1st Sgt 8/1/63.  He was present on the last roll and paroled 5/15/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 8", dark hair &skin & eyes, occupation: farmer.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


COFFEE, James C., Private.  Born 1844.  Enlisted 26 Feb 1862 at P&G RR.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was on detached service in mid 1862 and discharged.  He was paroled 14 May 1865 at Madison.  He was 5' 5" tall and had light hair, grey eyes, and fair skin.  He was a farmer.  He claimed to have served in C. C. Coffee's home guard unit at the end.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


COLLINS, Green L., Private.  Born 1836.  Enlisted 26 Feb 1862 at P&G RR.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was wounded 17 Sep 1862 at Sharpsburg and died 16 Oct 1862 in Winchester, VA.  He was buried in nearby Stonewall Cemetery.  Mother:  Mary B.  See Archibald Collins.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.   


COODY, James G., 2nd Cpl.  Born 3/8/32 in Lowndes County, Georgia; married Nancy Jane 6/23/56; died 12/4/1912 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted 2/26/1862 at P&G RR.  He was promoted 1st Cpl 2/20/1863 but was reduced in mid 1863.  He was captured 7/5/1863 at Gettysburg and released on oath 6/10/65 from Fort Delaware prison.  He was 5' 8", grey eyes, dark hair, light skin.  Occupation:  farmer.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is a James E. Coody buried in Mt. Horeb Cemetery in northern Madison County.  According to the Madison County Cemetery Book, James E. Coody was born March 8, 1832 and died December 4, 1912.  Buried next to him is Nancy Jane/wife of James Coody Feb 1, 1836/Nov. 30, 1924.


CORNETT, William, Private.  Born in 1846 in Madison County, Florida, he enlisted on 2/1/62 in Camp Church and was discharged on 11/1/62 at Knoxville, Tennessee.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company K. He was 5’6” with dark skin & hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer. He reenlisted on 5/2/64 in Company D, 1st Florida Reserves in Madison County, Florida. He was present on the last roll and was paroled on 5/15/65 in Madison County, Florida. He was 5’7” with grey eyes, fair skin, dark hair. He applied for a Florida pension after the war. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


COX, Daniel Nixon, Private.  Born April 1827 in North Carolina.  He enlisted 3 Mar 1862 in Madison and was discharged 16 Jul 1862 after substituting D. Vickory.  He may have reenlisted as a conscript.   He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  There is a D. N. Cox buried in Corinth Church Cemetery in Madison.  According to the tombstone, D. N. Cox was born 27 Apr 1827 and died 5 Mar 1910.


CUBBAGE, George Frank, Private.  Born about 1845 in Madison, Florida; died 5/21/64.  Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL.  Enlisted at P&G RR.  He was wounded and captured 7/4/63 at Gettysburg then hospitalized.  He was sent to Point Lookout prison and exchanged 2/10/65.  He was paroled 5/14/65 at Madison and was 5' 8", dark hair, hazel eyes, fair skin.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  ​George Frank Cubbedge was wounded on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg and captured the following day. Present at Camp Letterman on August 10, 1863, he was admitted to West’s Buildings Hospital in Baltimore on August 11, 1863. He was exchanged from Point Lookout on February 10, 1865. Cubbedge had been born in Madison in 1846. He was 5’8” tall and had a fair complexion, with dark hair and hazel eyes. He had enlisted in the Confederate Army at the age of 15 or 16 on February 26, 1862 in Madison. He pledged the oath of allegiance to the United States in Madison on May 14, 1865. He passed away on May 21, 1894. His grave can be found in Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


DAVIS, Benjamin F., 1st Lt.  Born 1832.  Enlisted 2/26/62 at Madison and was elected Major 4/8/62.  He was wounded at Chancellorsville in early May 1863 and cashiered 4/11/64.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


DEAS, Moses W., Private. Born 1848.  Married Kisiah Hunter 8/12/72.  Died July 1897 in Florida.  Enlisted 3/3/62 at Madison and was discharged 11/1/62.  He was 5' 6", fair skin, black eyes, dark hair, occupation:  farmer.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

DEWEY, Richard. Richard Dewey, a 3rd Corporal, was reported missing on July 2, 1863. There is no further record of him and he was presumed killed. Dewey was born in 1845 and enlisted as a corporal on March 26, 1862 in Madison.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


DIAL, William H., Captain.  Born in 1832, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was defeated at the reorganization on 5/12/62 and dropped. He was described by Governor Milton as “... an efficient officer.” He was elected Major of the 1st Florida Reserves on 1/5/65 and was paroled on 5/17/65 in Madison County, Florida.  He married Mary V. (maiden name unknown) on 2/13/66.  He died on 12/16/1905 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


DRIGGERS, Elisha, Private.  Born in 1846 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  Died of typhoid on 4/18/63 in Bragg Hospital in Ringold, Georgia. Mother: Mary Clemons.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


DRIGGERS, William, Private.  Born in 1843 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died of disease on 6/6/63 in Jackson, Mississippi.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


DYE, Hiram Francis, Private.  Was born in 1841 and enlisted on 7/2/61 in Ocala.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company G.  He died  on 5/22/63 in Madison County, Florida.  His mother was Margaret J.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

EDWARDS, Edward.  Edward Edwards was reported missing on July 2, 1863 on his company’s muster roll. He was listed as captured on either July 2 or 5, 1863 in Federal prison records. Edwards was born in 1831 and enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 27, 1862 in Madison.  The 5’9” tall Edwards had a light complexion, blue eyes, and dark hair.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


ELLIS, Nathaniel B., Private.  Born 1840 in Columbia Co. or 1835 in High Springs.  He died in 1908 and was buried in the Old City Cemetery in Jacksonville, Duval Co.  He lived in White Springs and enlisted 5/5/1862 in Hamilton Co.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards). He was severely wounded in the head 9/17/62 at Sharpsburg and captured.  He was paroled 9/25/62, hospitalized and then furloughed.  He was discharged 5/30/63 due to wounds at the Lake city Hospital.  He was 5' 8" with dark skin & hair and blue eyes.  He was a farmer.  He reenlisted 1/30/64 in Company A., 9th Florida Infantry at Madison.  He was detailed to a hospital due to his head injury and was discharged due to his old injury 9/15/64 near Petersburg.  He was 5' 10"  with light hair & skin, and blue eyes.  He was a farmer.  In 1907 he lived in St. Petersburg.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ELLISON, Henry, Private.  Married Esther Granto 10/25/60.  Died 9/5/71 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison as a substitute for M. Vaught.  He was present on every roll and paroled 5/17/65  at Camp Leon.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ERNST, Lippman, Private.  Born in 1843, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was captured on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro and sent to the Camp Douglas prison. He was paroled on 3/30/63 and exchanged at City Point, Virginia in April 1863. He was captured on 6/21/64 at Marietta, Georgia and released on oath on 3/6/65 from the Camp Morton prison. He was 5’7” with light skin, brown hair, and blue eyes. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865


EXUM, William F., Private.  Born about 1829 in Wilkerson County, Georgia.  He lived in Madison County, Florida and enlisted on 5/13/62 in Jacksonville, Florida. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was wounded slightly in the leg on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In April 1864, he was 5’8” with dark skin & hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer. He was furloughed on 4/11/65 and paroled in Madison on 5/17/65. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FAIRCLOTH, Benjamin P., Private.  Born 1843; Married Martha Washingotn 7/19/1866; Died 1/7/77 in Madison Co.  Enlisted 3/14/62 in Jasper, he served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He was promoted 1st Cpl 7/1/63 then 4th Sgt. 7/1/64.  He was furloughed 2/12/65 from Howard Grove's Hospital, Richmond and paroled 5/15/65 at Madison.  He was 5' 11" tall with dark hair & skin, blue eyes.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FAIRCLOTH, Gabriel, Private.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  Enlisted 5/12/62 at Camp Leon but was discharged 6/9/62.  He reenlisted 2/28/63 as 5th Sgt. of Company E, 11th Florida Infantry at Madison and was appointed 5th Sgt 3/15/63 then appears as 4th Sgt. in late 1863.  He was admitted 10/31/64 to Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond where he died 11/7/64.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FARNELL, John B., Private.  Was born in 1836 in Jefferson County, Florida.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison and was appointed Cpl in early 1864.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  In April 1864, he was 5’8” with light skin & hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. He was wounded in mid 1864 and hospitalized on 8/22/64. He was paroled 5/18/65 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FARNELL, William B., Private.  Was born in 1827 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was discharged on 12/4/62 for being overage.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FENDER, William, Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida and was discharged 6/9/62 at Camp Leon.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FIELDS, George W., Private.  He married Susan Wyuley on 6/10/1871.   He enlisted on 10/13/61 at Cedar Key and served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company G. He deserted on 4/14/63 but returned. He was absent on the last roll and paroled in Madison County, Florida on 5/17/65.  He died on 8/19/89 in Levy County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FLYNN, David B., Private.  He was born in 1838 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He died of pneumonia at a Tunnel Hill, Georgia hospital 4/12/63. Mother: Sarah Williams. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FLYNN, Samuel Boyd, 1st Sgt.  Born 1831.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Died 1/22/1897 and was buried in the Old City Cemetery in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.  He was one of the original Sgts. in the Jacksonville Light Infantry and was mustered into service 1/10/1861 as 2nd Sgt.  He left the company before it was mustered for Confederate service 8/2/61.  He reenlisted in John Hendry's Taylor Eagles in late 1861 and then enlisted 2/26/62 in this company at Madison.  He was reduced 8/16/62 and captured 7/4/63 at Gettysburg.  He was paroled 8/23/63, exchanged then furloughed 9/12/63.  He was detailed in a hospital on the last roll and last appears as being paroled 6/7/65 at Jackson Hospital, Richmond.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  Samuel Boyd Flynn was captured July 4, 1863. He enlisted February 26, 1862 in Madison. He died January 22, 1897 and is buried in the Old City Cemetery in Jacksonville in Section 3, Lot 33, Grave #7.  Extracted from Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.

FORT, Isaiah J., Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Co.  Was born on 8/9/44 in Pike Co., AL.  Married Nancy Chalker on 8/12/66.  Died on 11/13/1913 in Marion Co., FL.  Was buried in Moss Bluff Cemetery in Marion Co., FL.  Enlisted on 4/25/62 at Camp Lee.  He was rejected by the inspecting officer and was discharged in June 1862.  He was shown as being over 5' tall with fair skin, brown eyes, and black hair.  He was a farmer.  He enlisted in co. "K" 1st Florida Reserves and was paroled on 5/16/65 in Madison.  He was shown as being 5' 6" tall with dark hair, eyes and skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FRETWELL, Hiram T., Private.  Was born on 12/9/40.  He enlisted on 7/2/6 1 in Ocala and served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company G.  He  was slightly wounded in the arm on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was on detached service since mid 1863 and was paroled 5/17/65 in Madison County, Florida.  He died on 7/6/1904 and was buried in the West Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville, Duval, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FRIER, Newton A., Private.  Was born in 1839 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was appointed 3rd Cpl on 6/5/62 then 2nd Cpl on 6/9/62. He was wounded in the right knee and captured on 12/17/64 in Franklin, Tennessee.  He was sent to the Camp Chase prison. He died 4/7/65 and was buried in the prison cemetery, grave marker 1827, grave 37, row 3722. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


FUTCH, A. Jacob, Private.  Born 4/10/45 in Bryan County, Georgia.  Died 1912 and was buried in Long Pond Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie Co.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison and was exchanged to Company A., 8th Florida Infantry for E. Van on 6/12/62.  He was wounded at Wilderness 5/6/64 and was hospitalized.  He deserted to the US in April 1865, took the oath and was sent to Cedar Key.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


FUQUAY, Lorenzo D., Private.  Born in 1838 in Madison County, Florida.  He enlisted  on 9/1/6 1 at McIntosh.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E.  He was discharged on 9/6/62 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He was 5’ 4” with sallow skin, black eyes & hair, occupation: farmer. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GAINEY, James, Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida.  He was wounded on the train en route to Richmond.  He fell ill in mid 1863 and died 6/13/63 at Hennington Hospital and was buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GANDY, William R., 1st Cpl.  He was born in 1837 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was appointed 3rd Sgt on 6/5/62 then promoted to 2nd Sgt on 6/8/62. He was wounded and captured on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro and sent to Camp Morton prison. He died on 3/1/63 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GOODSON, Wilson, Private.  Born 1818.  Married Martha Parker on 1/16/84.  Enlisted 3/8/62 in Madison and was discharged 6/9/62 at Camp Leon.  He reenlisted 11/20/64 in Company F, 1st Florida Reserves at Madison.  He was absent on detached service on the last roll and was paroled at Tallahassee 5/17/65.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GOOLESBY, Alvin, Private.  Born 1/21/32 in Lincoln County, Georgia.  Died 4/10/1921 and was buried in the Old City Cemetery, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.  He enlisted 3/3/62 in Madison County, Florida. He was wounded on 9/17/62 in Sharpsburg and furloughed. He did not return until early 1864 and was wounded in the head on 5/6/64 at Wilderness and hospitalized. He deserted to the US in January 1865, took the oath of amnesty 1/20/65 and was sent to Cedar Key. He was 5’8”, dark skin, occupation: farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GORNTO, James D. Private. Was born in 1841 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida. He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was wounded in the right leg and captured on 11/25/63 at Missionary Ridge. He was admitted 2/3/63 to US Hospital #2, in Nashville, Tennessee and then was turned over to the Provost Marshall.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


GORNTO, Thomas J., Private.  Was born on 1/4/41 in Lafayette County, Florida.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was wounded severely in the leg at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 1/2/63 and captured on 1/5/63. He was sent to Camp Butler prison and paroled on 3/14/63 then exchanged in April 1863. He was wounded in the arm at Chickamauga on 9/20/63 and furloughed to Florida. He died on 12/31/1909 and was buried in the Fayetteville Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HAMMERLY, James Woody, Private.  Born in 1843, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was appointed 4th Sgt on 6/5/62 then promoted to 3rd Sgt on 6/8/62.  He appears as a 2nd Sgt in mid 1863 then 1st Sgt in late 1863 He was promoted to 2nd Lt in early 1864 and last appears on a special order dated 3/18/64. His name appears on the honor roll of Chickamauga. His wife applied for a Georgia pension after the war.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HARKEY, William R., Private.  Was born in 1818 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was discharged for being overage on 12/4/62.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HARRIS, William W., Private.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company A. Enlisted 1/17/1862 in Monticello.  He was wounded at Culpepper in late July 1863 and hospitalized.  He was absent sick since mid 1864 and paroled 5/16/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 7" tall and had dark hair and skin and had black eyes. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


​​HARVEY, R. K. C., Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was wounded on 9/17/62 in Sharpsburg and captured. He was paroled 9/25/62 and furloughed 10/17/62. He never returned and was dropped as a deserter after August 1863.   Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HARVEY, Simeon, Private.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida and died of pneumonia 11/28/62 at the General Hospital #9 in Richmond, Virginia.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HASKEW, John T., Private.  He was born on 7/28/43 in South Carolina and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was severely wounded in the shoulder on 12/31/62 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, hospitalized and then furloughed on 1/8/63. He returned and was appointed a 3rd Cpl on 5/1/63 and then a 2nd Sgt in late 1863. He was hospitalized in Lake City on 9/23/64 and paroled there on 5/18/65.  He died in 1910 and was buried in Fort Myers.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HAYNES, Charles William, Lieutenant.  Born on 10/5/1816 in New Hampshire.  Approved pension application is located at FloridaMemory.com.  Pension #A03081.  Searching for more information. Seeking burial site.


HEIRS, Thomas J., Private.  Enlisted 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida and was transferred 8/1/62 to Company I, 2nd Florida Cavalry in exchange for G. Worrell. He was present on the last roll dated October 1863. He was present on the last roll of the Kilcrease Artillery and was paroled in Tallahassee on 5/13/65 as a member of that unit. He was 5’8”, blue eyes, light skin & hair.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDERSON, D. J., Private. Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida and was killed on 9/17/62. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDERSON, Edward J., Private.  Born 1842 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted on 2/26/62 at P & G RR. He died of typhoid on 12/21/62 at the Florida Hospital, Richmond.  Was 5’6”, light eyes & hair, fair skin, occupation: farmer. Father: Samuel. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDERSON, John A., 2nd Sgt.  Born 5/4/34 in Brooks County, Georgia.  Lived in Thomasville GA and enlisted 2/26/62 in Madison.  He was promoted 1st Sgt 12/21/62 but was reduced to 3rd Sgt 8/1/63.  He was captured 5/5/64 at Spotsylvania and released on oath 6/23/65 from Elmira prison.  He was 5' 5", hazel eyes, auburn hair, florid skin, occupation:  farmer.  There is a John Henderson buried in the Mount Horeb Church Cemetery in northern Madison County.  The Madison County Cemetery Book reflects his burial site as: John Henderson/May 4, 1834/Oct. 7, 1908.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDERSON, Samuel, Private.  Born 1825 in Ware County, Georgia.  Enlisted 3/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. He was captured on 5/12/64 in Spotsylvania and sent to Point Lookout prison. He was paroled and then exchanged in September 1864. He was furloughed 10/8/64 and paroled 5/16/65 at Madison. He was 6’, brown hair, grey eyes, fair skin, occupation: farmer. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDRY, William E., Private.  Born in 1845.  Enlisted on 9/1/61 at McIntosh and was discharged on 9/17/62.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HENDRY, William S., Private.  Born on 1/5/40.  Enlisted 9/1/61 at McIntosh and served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E. He was appointed 1st Cpl on 5/1/63. He was wounded in the right thigh at Chickamauga on 9/20/63 and furloughed to Moseley Hall. He last appears on a receipt roll dated 9/17/64.   He died on 2/21/96 and was buried in the Canton Cemetery, Perry, Taylor County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


HICKS, Lewis L., Private. Born in 1837 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted 5/8/62 at Madison. He was absent for most of the war but present on the last roll. He was paroled in April 1865 at Burkeville VA. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HICKS, Shadrick J., Private.  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was captured 02 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg and sent to Fort Delaware prison.  He died of chronic diarrhea on 12 Sep 1863 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  hadrick J. Hicks was captured July 2, 1863 during the Battle of Gettysburg. He died of chronic diarrhea on September 12, 1863 at Fort Delaware. He was buried on Finn’s Point, N.J., across the Delaware River from the fort. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on May 8, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


HINGSON, Henry E., Private.  Enlisted 4/23/1862 at Camp Leon.  He was wounded 9/18/1862 in Sharpsburg and hospitalized then furloughed.  He was captured 5/12/1864 at Spotsylvania and sent to Elmira prison.  He was paroled 3/2/1865 an exchanged.  He was hospitalized and then furloughed 3/8/65.  He was paroled 5/15/65 in Tallahassee.  He was 5' 9" tall and had dark hair and skin and black eyes.  Served in Fifth Florida Infantry, Company A.  He was married in Madison on 12/21/65.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HINSON, George W., Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company A.  (b. 1839; m. Elizabeth Goodman on 7 May 1865; d. 13 Jan 1902 Clay Co.)  He enlisted on 8 Mar 1862 in Gainesville.  He was furloughed on 12 Jul 1864 and joined Company F, 1st Florida reserves on 15 Dec 1864 while home on furlough.  He was shot through the right thigh at Natural Bridge on 19 Mar 1865.  He was paroled on 14 May 1865 in Madison and was 5'9", dark hair & eyes, light skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HINSON, William, Private.  Was born in 1845 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was shot under the shoulder sideways on 12/31/62 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was absent sick on the last roll. He was mortally wounded at Resaca 5/14/64 and died in the Institute Hospital, Atlanta. He was buried in local Oakland Cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HINTON, Samuel S., Private.  Was born on 7/15/43 in Abbeville County, South Carolina and enlisted on 10/5/62 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was absent sick from 1/10/63 and discharged on 3/1/63 from an Atlanta, Georgia hospital. He reenlisted on 1/29/64 in Dyke’s Light Artillery in Madison County, Florida and was paroled in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida on 5/12/65. He was 5’6” with blue eyes, dark skin & hair. He received a Florida pension.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HINTON, Thomas J., Private.  He was born in 1843 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was on detached service since January 1864 on the last roll. He was paroled on 5/7/65 in Albany, Georgia.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


HOLLEYMAN, Daniel, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1818 in Washington Co., GA; married Rebecca F. Unknown; Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison as a substitute for T. Livingston and died of pneumonia 19 Nov 1862 at Camp Winder, Richmond.  He was 5'10", had light skin, blue eyes and black hair.  He was a farmer.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HOLLEYMAN, John W., Captain. Born 1832.  Enlisted 2/26/62 at Madison.  He died of Dysentery 10/16/64 at Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HOLLY, Elan L., 3rd Cpl. (b. 1836) enlisted on 11 Mar 1862 at Apalachicola and was reduced soon after.  Served in the Sixth Florida Infantry, Company G.  He was hospitalized since 24 Nov 1863 on the last role and was paroled at Madison 16 May 1865.  He was 6'2", dark hair & skin, hazel eyes.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HORNE, Henry M., Private.  Born 1836; Married Mary E. Purvis on 6/16/1892 Died 5/18/1897 in Jasper.  He enlisted 3/14/62 at Jasper.  He transferred to Company D., 1st Florida Special Battalion in late 1862 and was exchanged to Dyke's Florida Light Artillery 2/9/63 for J. Skipper.  He was present on the last roll and was paroled 5/20/65 at Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HORTON, William A., Private. He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was present on every roll until he was killed on 6 May 1864 at Wilderness.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HOWARD, Francis M., Private.  Was born in 1844 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died on 1/17/62 in Fernandina, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


HOWERINGTON, Thomas, Private. He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was admitted 13 Nov 1862 and died of pneumonia 5 Dec 1862 in a Charlottesville VA General Hospital.  He was buried in the University of Virginia Cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HUDSON, Edward J., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1837 in Madison Co., FL; married Georgia Ann UNKNOWN.  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison.  He was killed at Gettysburg 2 Jul 1863 and buried in Greenhill Cemetery, Martinsburg, West Virginia.  He was 5' 10" tall and had fair skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.
Edward J. Hudson was killed July 2, 1863, during the second day of fighting at the Battle of Gettysburg. His attorney, J.W. Anderson, collected his personal effects, which consisted of $78.89. Hudson was born in 1837 in Madison County and was married at the time of his enlistment, which took place May 8, 1862 in Madison. Hudson stood 5’10” tall and had a fair complexion, grey eyes, and light hair. He is buried in Greenhill Cemetery in Martinsburg, W.V.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


HUDSON, John A., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1837 in Madison and died of pneumonia 26 Nov 1862 at the General Hospital #9, Richmond, VA.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HUGHEY, John, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1807.  Enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison as a substitute for J. Tooke.  He died at home in mid 1862.  (page 515, Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865).  There is a John Hughey buried in the Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery in Madison, FL.  Per Cemetery Book, he was born in Abbeville Dist., South Carolina on 11 Jan 1806 and died 22 Jun 1862.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


HUGHEY, Nathaniel D., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 10 Mar 1845 in Abbeville Co., South Carolina, lived in Madison Co. and enlisted 26 Feb 1862 at P&G RR.  He was captured 6 Apr 1865 at Farmville, VA and released on oath on 24 Jun 1865 at Newport News, Virginia.  He was 5' 9" tall and had grey eyes and light skin and hair.  (page 515, Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865).   There is a Nathaniel David Hughey buried in New Hopeful Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Madison Co.  According to the Cemetery Book, he was born 10 Mar 1845 and died 30 Nov 1910.  Buried next to him (and sharing the same stone) is Julia Loper Hughey who was born 21 Nov 1853 and died 9 Jan 1891.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.

INGRAM, Tillman, Captain.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Co. "D".  Enlisted on 4/7/62 in Gainesville and was elected Major in id 1862 after Perry resigned.  (Perry was probably Madison Starke Perry as found in the 2nd Florida Infantry Co. "H." He was promoted Lt. Colonel in mid 1863 and was paroled in Madison on 5/19/65.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


JACKSON, Thomas S., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He enlisted on 29 Apr 1862 in Madison and was discharged the same day after substituting J. Sanford.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


JARVIS, Andrew J., Private.  Enlisted 12/11/1861 in Monticello.  He was absent on every roll since mid 1862.  Was absent on the last roll.  Was paroled 5/23/1865 in Madison.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company A.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  Andrew Jackson Jarvis was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. Born April 16, 1835 in South Carolina, Jarvis joined the Confederate Army on March 26, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.

JARVIS, James N.  James N. Jarvis was born in 1844 and enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 26, 1862 in Madison. He was killed July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.

JENKINS, John A., 1st Lieutenant.  John A. Jenkins was killed July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg.  J.W. Anderson, Jenkins’ attorney collected his effects, which consisted of $96 in cash. He was born in 1827 and was married when he enlisted in the Confederate Army on February 26, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


JOHNSON, John W., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1838.  Died 22 Jul 1890 in Madison Co.  Enlisted 26 Feb 1862 at P&G RR.  He was promoted to 2nd Sgt on 21 Dec 1862.  He was wounded at Gettysburg on 2 Jul 1863 and hospitalized.  He was captured 12 May 1864 in Spotsylvania and sent to Point Lookout prison.  He was exchanged 18 Sep 1864 at Aiken's Landing, Virginia and then furloughed 27 Sep 1864.  He was paroled 16 May 1865 at Madison.  He was 6' and had dark hair and skin and grey eyes.  He married Phoebe Unknown.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  Although there is no documentation on where John W. Johnson is buried, Phoebe Johnson is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Madison Co.  There are six Johnsons in a row and one of those is a deteriorating brick slab, mortar topped.  The other tombs all have stones with names. Madison County Cemetery Book. ​John W. Johnson was wounded July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg. He was improving in the hospital at Staunton, Va., and was returned to his company before their September/October 1863 muster. Johnson was born in 1838 and stood 6’ tall and had a dark complexion, grey eyes, and dark hair. He died July 22, 1890 in Madison County.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


​JONES, Brown V., Private.  Was born in 1841 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was a member of Washington Ives’s mess and made an ear protector for Ives’s cap. He was present on the last roll and paroled on 5/18/65 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


JONES, John W., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 26 Apr 1862 in Madison.  He was wounded in the right arm 17 Sep 1862 at Sharpsburg and furloughed.  He was promoted to 4th Sgt. on 1 Apr 1863 and surrendered as 3rd Sgt. at Appomattox on 9 Apr 1865.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


JONES, Josiah, Private.  He served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1836 in Georgia.  Married first Juliann Smith on 26 Aug 1858, second Sarah Bell on 12 Dec 1860.  He enlisted 8 May 1862 at Madison and was killed 2 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg.  He left behind a wife and one son, Joseph Josiah Jones.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.

​Josiah Jones was killed July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on May 8, 1862 at Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


KELLY, George C., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1838 in Darlington Co., South Carolina.  He enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison.  He was absent sick since late 1862 and was discharged 4 Apr 1863 at General Hospital #1, Danville, Virginia.  He was 5' 10" tall and had fair skin, dark eyes and light hair.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


KENDRICK, George W., Private.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  Enlisted 5/17/62 at Camp Leon and was appointed 4th Cpl 9/1/62.  He was absent in Florida since mid 1863 and detailed to a conscript camp in Madison as a private.  He was hospitalized on the remaining rolls and paroled 5/16/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 10" tall with dark hair & eyes, and fair skin.  He was a farmer.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

KENNEDY, James, Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Co. "H." Was born in 1843 in Ireland.  Died on 4/11/1905 and was buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL.  Enlisted on 4/22/64 in Madison, FL.  He was wounded and hospitalized in October 1864 in Macon, GA.  He was paroled 5/1/65 in Greensboro, NC.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


KENT, James L., Private.  Born 4/6/44 in Jackson Co.; Married Martha Missouri Williams 3/5/67; Died 11/5/1910 in Madison Co.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards). He enlisted 3/14/62 in Jasper.  He was captured 4/6/65 at Farmville, VA and released on oath 6/24/65 at Newport News.  He was 5' 7" tall with grey eyes and dark skin & hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is a James L. Kent buried in the Corinth Church Cemetery in Madison.  Next to him is his wife, Missouri M. Kent, born 11/16/1849, died 3/9/1923.  Madison County Cemetery Book.


KERSEY, James M., Private.  Was born in 1841 and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died on 1/17/62 in Fernandina, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


KILPATRICK, James M., Private.  Was born in 1839; married before the war; lived in Madison County, Florida.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison.  He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was appointed as a 2nd Sgt on 6/5/62, then as Sgt Major on 6/9/62 and then as 2nd Lt on 4/14/63. After his wife died in early 1864 he tendered his resignation on 2/7/64. It was refused but he was granted a furlough. On the evening on 5/27/64, both he and R. G. Shaw, from Company A, woke late in the night from a nightmare that both men would be killed the next day. Both men made arrangements in case of their deaths. After his company had been out on a skirmish early the next morning, Shaw had been resting by the roadside and was killed by a sniper. Lt Kilpatrick had heard the news and was being kidded by some of the soldiers, to whom he replied: “I feel less like joking than I ever felt before.” Later that afternoon, Lt. Kilpatrick was missing after leading his troops on a disastrous charge against Federal positions. On 6/1/64, they found his body lying against a log. “He had been shot through the body and crawled to the log, taken off his shoes and belt and had died alone between the two picket lines.”  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


KNIGHT, George A., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 16 Apr 1862 in Madison.  He was on detached service as QM Sgt. since 1 Jun 1862 and was present 31 Aug 1864.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


KNOWLES, Stephen Wiley, Private.  He was born in 1831 and married Eliza Ann Wickham on 6/1/1869.   He enlisted on 5/23/61 at Lake Butler, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company F.  He was slightly wounded on 12/31/62 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee and was hospitalized. He deserted in Georgia on 7/17/64 along with Lt W. Roberts. He was paroled on 5/17/65 at Madison County, Florida.  He died on 11/10/73 in Marion County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LANE, George Washington, Private.  Born in Thomas Co. GA.  Lived in Madison co and enlisted 4/25/62 at Monticello.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  He was mortally wounded 5/6/64 at Wilderness and died 5/7/64 at Orange Courthouse, VA. Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LANGFORD, Silas Taft, Private. Was born on 6/17/44 in Madison County, Florida.  He enlisted on 5/23/61 in Lake Butler, Florida. He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company F.  He was captured at Cedar Key on 1/15/62 and sent to the Fort Delaware prison. He was released and placed on detached service 9/5/62 in Florida. He joined Company F, 2nd Florida Cavalry on 11/1/62 at Camp Rou. He was present on the last roll ending June 1864. He lived in Arcadia in 1925.   He died on 5/17/1934 and was buried in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Arcadia, DeSoto County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


LANIER, Francis M., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Married Sarah Ann Unknown on December 1858.  He enlisted on 29 Apr 1862 in Madison.  He was captured 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania and died of pneumonia 19 Dec 1864 at Elmira prison.  He was buried in the prison cemetery, grave #1100.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  

LANIER, Luke P., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1846.  Enlisted 29 Mar 1862 in Madison and died 27 Apr 1862 at a Tallahassee hospital.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


LANIER, Martin V. B., 4th Sgt.  Born 1836.  Lived in Madison and enlisted there 2/26/62.  He was reduced in May 1862 and promoted 1st Cpl 4/1/63.  He was wounded in the left hand in mid 1864 and was "absent wounded" on all remaining rolls.  He retired to the Invalid Corps 11/22/64 and was paroled 5/18/65 in Madison.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LATNER, Lawrence R., 4th Cpl.  Born in 1835, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida and was reappointed on 6/5/62. He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was captured on 1/2/63 at Murfreesboro and sent to the Camp Douglas prison. He died on 3/9/63 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LEGGETT, John F., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 11 Jun 1839 in Burke Co., Georgia.  Married Candace Revels about 1860.  Died 15 May 1921.  Buried northwest of Mayo next to Riverside Baptist Church, Lafayette Co., FL.  He enlisted 16 Apr 1862 at Madison and was captured at Gettysburg 2 Jul 1863 during the failed assault on Cemetery Ridge.  He was released on oath 10 Jun 1865 at Fort Delaware prison.  He was 5' 8" tall and had blue eyes, fair skin and sandy hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


LESLEY, John Thomas, Captain.  Was born on 5/12/35 in Madison County, Florida.  He married Margaret A. Tucker on 8/26/58.  He lived in Tampa, Florida and served as a lieutenant in the Seminole Indian War of 1856. He enlisted on 6/6/61 in Tampa, Florida and was reelected on 5/12/62. He was promoted to Major on 9/5/62 but resigned on 3/16/63 to raise his own company for state service.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company K (Sunny South Guards).  He was Captain of Company B, Munnerlyn’s Battalion and was accidentally wounded by another Confederate during a night raid on Bayport on 7/10/64. He was reportedly wounded by Lt. David Hope, of Leroy Lesley’s company, Munnerlyn’s Battalion. Because of his injury, Lesley was described as “... carrying a crooked arm .....“ After the war, he served Hillsborough County as sheriff, state senator, mayor, banker, tax assessor and tax collector.  He was a cattle baron and the largest land property owner in the county. His father, Leroy Gilliland Lesley, was Captain of another company in Munnerlyn’ s Battalion. He died on 7/13/1913 and was buried in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LINTON, James T., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 1838.  Enlisted 8 Mar 1862 in Madison and died of pulmonis phthisis 19 Dec 1862 at Chimborazo Hospital #5 Richmond, Virginia.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


LIVINGSTON, Charles F., 2nd Sgt.  Was born in 1838 and enlisted on 3/28/61 in Madison County, Florida. He was elected 1st Lt on 8/5/61 and honorably discharged on 2/2/62.

LIVINGSTON, Charles S., 2nd Lt.  Served in Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A." Born in 1838. Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison Co. He resigned on 10/14/62.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  According to the Madison County Florida Cemeteries, there is a C. S. Livingston buried in Oak Ridge Cem., Madison.  It shows that he was born on 1/12/1838 and died 5/6/1877.


LIVINGSTON, Donald F., 1st Lt.  Born in 1823, he enlisted on 3/28/61 in Madison County, Florida, in the Old First Florida Infantry, Company F., and resigned on 8/2/61.  He reenlisted on 4/12/62 as 3rd Lt of Company H, 8th Florida Infantry in Columbus and was promoted to 1st Lt on 9/29/62. He was furloughed on 10/23/62 and resigned on 11/14/62 in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida.  He may have been paroled on 5/17/65 in Madison as a member of the Commissary Department.


LIVINGSTON, John Fraser, 1st Sgt.  Born in 1840 he lived in Madison County, Florida and enlisted there on 3/28/61. He transferred to (Old) First Florida Infantry, Company B on 1/26/62 and was mustered out on 4/6/62. He reenlisted on 5/8/62 in Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E at Camp Leon. He was promoted to 3rd Lt on 5/28/62,  to 1st Lt on 7/2/63, and then to Captain on 10/15/64. He was captured on 4/6/65 at Sailor‟s Creek, Virginia and released on oath on 6/19/65 from Johnson‟s Island prison. He was 5‟8” with blue eyes, fair skin, dark hair. Biographical Roster of Florida‟s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LIVINGSTON, John S., 2nd Cpl.  Born 1829 in Hancock Co., GA.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  Enlisted 3/3/62 at St. Marks but was discharged 6/25/62 at Camp Hately.  He was 5' 8" with light skin & hair, and blue eyes.  He was a painter.  He reenlisted 2/28/63 as 2nd Sgt in Company G, 11th Florida Infantry at Madison but was reduced in late 1863.  He was sick at Madison since 12/1/63 on the last roll.  He may have been detailed as a surgeon there since 5/11/64.  He was paroled there 5/15/65 as a Sgt. and was described as 5' 8" with blue eyes, fair skin, and light hair.  Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LIVINGSTON, William A., 2nd Lt.  Born 1836.  Married Jennie Hall on 9/13/1866.  Died 8/10 1904 in Palatka, Florida.  Enlisted 2/26/62 in Madison.  He was promoted 1st Lt. 4/8/62 but resigned 11/5/62.  He reenlisted 2/28/63 as 1st Lt. in Company G, 11th Florida Infantry in Madison and was promoted Captain in November 1863.  He was sick in Madison since late 1863 and was AWOL since 6/1/65.  He signed 8/12/1864.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


LOUISIANA, Joseph, Private.  He enlisted 5 Jan 865 in Monticello, Florida and was captured 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania, Virginia.  He was paroled 14 Mar 1865 at Elmira prison and forwarded for exchange.  He was married to Hannah and he died  13 Aug 1886 in Madison, FL.  He married Hannah; and died 8/13/86 in Madison, Co., FL.  His burial site is not reflected in the Madison County Cemetery book.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.

LONG, Leonard M., 3rd Cpl.  Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Born in 1828, he lived in Madison.  He enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison but was reduced soon after enlisting.  He transferred on 1/3/64 to Co. "A" 2nd Florida Battalion but was ordered to return on 6/6/64.  He returned in late 1864.  He was captured on 4/3/65 at Chester Station and released on oath on 6/15/65 from Hart's Island prison.  He was 6' all with blue eyes, light skin, and dark hair.  He lived in Madison Co., FL.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MACON, Arthur, Private.  Was born in 1838 and was educated at the Georgia Military Institute.  He enlisted on 4/2/61 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida into the Old First Florida Infantry, Company D. He was promoted to 3rd Cpl on 6/16/61 but resigned his office on 7/5/61. He reenlisted on 1/29/62 in (New) Company A, 1st Florida Infantry at Pensacola. He was wounded at Shiloh on 4/6/62  and then again at Chickamauga 9/20/63. On 10/31/63 Captain Hilton wrote a letter recommending him as commandant for the conscript camp at Gainesville, Florida. Arthur was furloughed from a Marietta, Georgia hospital on 10/1/63 and never returned. He was listed as a deserter on the last roll and died on 9/21/64 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  


MADDOX, Lemuel J., Private.  Enlisted 18 Feb 1862 at Monticello and was promoted 4th Cpl 1 Feb 1863.  He was exchanged 7/20/63 to Company D., 2nd Florida Battalion for E. Davis.  He was appointed 4th Cpl 4/1/64 then appears as 3rd Cpl in late 1864.  He was admitted 10/1/64 to Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond and was furloughed 10/15/64.  He was absent on the last roll and was paroled 5/14/65 at Madison.  He was 5' 10" , black hair, hazel eyes, dark skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


MCCALL, Michael G., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Married Sarah Jane UNKNOWN.  Died 25 Jul 1902 in Lowndes Co., GA.  Enlisted 29 Apr 1862 in Madison.  He served as an ambulance driver from mid 1863 till the last roll.  He was captured 6 Apr 1865 at Farmville, VA and released on oath 15 Jun 1865 in Newport News, Virginia.  He was 5' 10" tall and had hazel eyes, light skin and hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


MCCALL, Sherrod M., 4th Sgt. (b. 1832) enlisted in the Sixth Florida Infantry, Company B. (Gadsden Greys) on 12 Mar 1862 at Quincy.  It is believed he was discharged in late 1862 or early 1863.  He enlisted on 29 Jan 1864 in Dyke's Artillery at Madison and was present on the last roll.  He was paroled at Tallahassee on 16 May 1865 and was 5'7", blue eyes, light skin and hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MCCLELLAND, Joseph H., Private.   He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 13 Sep 1832 in Hamilton Co., FL.  Married Ella Miller on 14 Sep 1899.  Died 7 Nov 1908 in Madison Co., Florida.  Enlisted 29 Apr 1862 in Madison Co.  He was promoted to 3rd Cpl on 1 Aug 1863 then 2nd Cpl in early 1864.  He deserted to the US in March 1865, took the oath and was sent to St. Augustine. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  There is a Joseph H. McClelland buried in the Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery in Madison.  According to the Cemetery Book, Joseph H. McClelland died 7 Nov 1908, aged 76 years.  Buried next to him is Mary Hinton and her stone reads:  Mary Hinton, wife of J. H. McClelland, born 3 Oct 1828 and died 18 Jan 1896.  It is believed that this is probably a second wife.


MCCULLERS, Matthew Robert, Private.  Born 1/21/26, Georgia; Died April 1903, buried in Shiloh Baptist Cemetery, Perry.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  Enlisted 3/14/62 in Jasper and was dropped after 6/30/62.  He reenlisted 9/21/64 in Company F, th Florida Cavalry at Camp Turney and was paroled 5/20/65 at Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MCCOLLUM, John W., Private.  Born in 1838, he enlisted on 7/13/61 in Lake City, Columbia County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company H.  He was wounded severely in the thigh at Murfreesboro on 1/2/63 and was absent on the remaining rolls.  He married Julia Warren on 5/11/69.  He died in October 1878 in Madison County, Florida.   Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MILLER, Andrew J., Mr., Private.  (Born in 1844 in Madison Co. and died 1925.  He was buried in Holmes Co.)  He enlisted on 12 Mar 1862 at Quincy.  He was discharged on 8 Nov 1862 at Tallahassee and was 5'5", light hair, fair skin, grey eyes.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MOODY, Lemuel Calhoun, Private.  Born in 1837.  Lived in Monticello and enlisted there 7/23/61. In March 1862, he wrote to his sister complaining about the poor quality of his field officers and that he couldn’t find an officer “worth a cent”. He was paroled at Greensboro NC 5/1/65.  He married Amelia Sullivan in 1860.  He died on 11/25/1900 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


MOSELEY, Boaz Whitfield, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born July 1835 in Lenoir Co., North Carolina.  Died January 1866.  He was a land owner and town Marshall in Madison Co., before the war.  He enlisted 26 Feb 1862 at the P&G RR.  He was wounded in the head 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg and captured 4 July 1863.  He was sent to Point Lookout, Maryland and exchanged 27 Apr 1864.  He was hospitalized in Richmond and furloughed to Madison Co. 12 May 1864.  He never returned to active service and retired to the Invalid Corps 17 Dec 1864.  See Algernon Sidney Moseley.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  Boaz Whitfield Moseley, who served as Madison’s town marshal in 1860, was shot in the head at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863. On July 4, 1863, he was admitted to the U.S. Corps XII Hospital at Gettysburg before being sent to West’s Buildings Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Moseley had been born in 1835 in Lenoir County, N.C., and had lived in Jefferson County with his 69-year-old father, Joshua, and two siblings, Algernon (who was 23) and 18-year-old Elizabeth, and two other people, 34-year-old Alexander Aldridge and 17-year-old Winnie Whitfield, before becoming town marshal of Madison. While town marshal, he lived in a hotel owned by J.H. Barker and J.W. Holleman. According to the slave schedules, Moseley owned 10 slaves in two houses, including two 26-year-olds, two 21-year-olds, an 8-year-old, a 6-year-old, a 4-year-old, a 3-year-old, a 1-year-old, and a 3-month-old. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on February 26, 1862 at the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. He transferred to the Invalid Corps on December 17, 1864. He apparently died from his head wounds a year after the war ended.​ Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


MOSELEY, Thomas, 2nd Lt.  Born in 1840 he enlisted on 3/28/61 in Madison County, Florida in the Old First Florida Infantry, Company F.  He was honorably discharged on 2/2/62. He reenlisted on 4/28/62 in the Third Florida Infantry, Company G in Madison and was appointed 1st Sgt 5/8/62. He was the acting Sgt Major during the battle of Perryville on 10/8/62 and was shot right above the forehead and instantly killed. T. Livingston carried the body off the battlefield.  Biographical Roster of Florida‟s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

MURPHY, James H., Private. He was born on 11/2/43 in Lowndes County, Georgia.  He married Annie Dupree on 1/3/78.   He lived in Moseley Hall and enlisted after the last roll.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company F.  He was absent sick on 4/10/65.  He died on 3/30/1911 De Soto County, Florida and was buried in Hardee County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


MURPHY, Patrick, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Madison as a substitute for J. Walker.  He was present on every roll and paroled in late April 1865 at Farmville, Virginia.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  

NEWMAN, George Cross, 1st Sgt. Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  He was born 3/24/32 in the Barnwell District of SC.  He married Mary E. (Unknown) on 10/10/93.  Died 11/20/??.  He lived in Madison, FL and enlisted there on 4/1/62.  He was wounded in the left hand on 7/2/63 at Gettysburg and was furloughed on 8/15/63.  He was reduced in rank in late 1863 for being AWOL.  He never returned and was dropped from the roles in June of 1864.  He was paroled on 5/20/65 in Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


NICHOLS, James A., Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Enlisted 9 May 1862 in Madison, Florida.  He was admitted 26 Jan 1863 and died of typhoid 1 Feb 1863 at the Florida Hospital, Richmond, Virginia.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


NORRIS, William S., Private. Was a member of the Aucilla Guards prior to serving in this company.  He enlisted 3/4/62 at Camp Leon.  He was absent sick in mid 1862 and furloughed.  He was absent on every remaining roll and was discharged 7/18/63 at Tallahassee.  He was 5' 7", dark skin & hair, grey eyes, occupation: cooper.  He was born 10/6/28 in Pitt County, North Carolina.  HE married Elizabeth Granger 2/1/80 and died on 6/20/1911 in Madison County, FL.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  There is a William A. Norris buried in the Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery in northern Madison county.  According to the Madison County Cemeteries book, on page 405, it identifies William A. Norris, Co. I, 6th Florida Infantry, CSA

PARCHMAN, James M., Private.  Served with the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company C.  Enlisted on 3/20/62 at Camp Lee.  He was discharged after substituting W. Harvard on 7/18/62 at Camp Gordon.  He reenlisted on 4/30/64 in Company C, 1st Florida reserves at Gainesville.  He was absent on detached service in Lake City on the last roll and was paroled on 5/16/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 11" tall with fair skin, blue eyes.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

PATTERSON, Thomas.  Thomas Patterson was reported missing on July 2, 1863, and was never found. It is believed he was killed on the second day of fighting at Gettysburg. Born in 1846, he enlisted in the Confederate Army on April 1, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


PHILLIPS, Thomas Joseph, Private.  He served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  Born 15 Dec 1842 in Marlborough Co., South Carolina.  Married Jessie Elizabeth Witherspoon 16 Feb 1871.  Died 8 Sep 1909 in Hillsborough Co.  Enlisted 28 Feb 1862 in Madison.  He was furloughed in late 1864 and paroled 16 May 1865 in Madison.  He was a Methodist circuit rider for forty-two years.  See Joel B. Phillips (1st Florida Reserves, Co. "D").   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.


PENDARVIS, William, Private.  Was born in 1831.  He enlisted on 7/2/61 in Ocala but deserted on 5/20/62 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. He enlisted as a Conscript on 11/5/62 in Marion County and was assigned to duty at the Camp of Instruction in Madison County, Florida. He was assigned to Company G, 4th Florida Infantry on 3/4/64. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


PILLANS, John Clarence, Private.  Born 1846, Jefferson Co., Florida.  Married on 2/14/1923 in Corsicana, Texas.  Enlisted 2/13/62 at Monticello and transferred to Company G, 3rd Florida Infantry 5/8/62 and was discharged 4/2/63.  He enlisted 9/21/63 at Madison in Company F, 5th Florida Cavalry and was exchanged to the Kilcrease Light Artillery for H. Wilder 5/1/64.  He was present on the last roll.  He was paroled 5/13/65 in Tallahassee and was 5' 9", light hair & skin, blue eyes, occupation: farmer.  He moved to Texas in December 1869 and received a Texas pension.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865.  


PONDER, Ephraim D., 3rd Sgt.  Born 1836.  Enlisted 2/26/62 in Madison.  He was reduced to 5th Sgt. 11/5/62 then reduce to ranks 2/10/63.  He was missing since 7/14/63 and believed to be captured.  There are no POW lists to confirm this.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


PONDER, William J., Private.  Born 1827 in Burke County, Georgia.  Enlisted on 2/28/62 in Madison and was discharged on 6/9/62 at Camp Leon.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). He was 5’10”, dark skin, grey eyes, black hair, occupation: farmer. He reenlisted 2/28/63 in Company E, 11th Florida Infantry in Madison County, Florida. He was promoted to 5th Sgt on 12/20/63 and reduced on 6/25/64. He was sent to a Petersburg hospital on 6/25/64 and admitted on 8/15/64 to Howard’s Grove Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. He was furloughed on 8/23/64 in Madison and was still absent on the last roll. He was captured on 4/6/65 in Farmville and released on oath on 6/24/65 from Newport News. He was 5’10”, grey eyes, dark skin & hair, residence: Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


PRICE, William S., Private.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida.  Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was absent on every roll but surrendered in Lynchburg, Virginia in April 1865. He may have served in Company C, 4th Florida Infantry prior to this. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


​​PUCKET, David G., Private.  Married Lucy.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida as a substitute for S. Smith. Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was absent sick in late 1862 and died of pneumonia on 12/3/62 at General Hospital #25, Richmond. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RAINES, Berry B., Private.  Enlisted on 4/26/62 in Madison County, Florida.  Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was present on every roll and was captured on 4/6/65 at High Bridge. He was released on oath on 6/17/65 at Point Lookout prison and was 6’½”, black hair, dark skin, blue eyes. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RAYBORN, James F., Private.  Born 1832 in Marlboro, South Carolina.  Enlisted on 3/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas) and was discharged on 6/9/62 at Camp Leon. He was 5’10”. fair skin, blue eyes, light hair, occupation: mechanic.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RAYSOR, George D., Private.  Born 1843.  Served as a member of the Aucilla Guards prior to serving in the Fifth Florida Infantry, company G (Anderson Infantry).  He enlisted 3/3/62 at St. Mary's.  He appears as 3rd Lt in mid 1862 and was promoted 2nd Lt 2/28/63.  He was absent on furlough in late February 1865 and was paroled 5/15/65 in Madison.  He was 6' tall with dark hair, blue eyes and fair skin.  He was John M. Raysor's brother and Lt. Commander of the United Confederate Veteran Camp #122, Quitman, GA after the war.  He applied for a Georgia pension about 1919.  Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RAYSOR, John Michael, Private.  Born in South Carolina; Died at the age of 66 years.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  He was a Sgt of the Aucilla Guards prior to serving in this company.  He enlisted 4/26/62 in Jefferson Co.  He was promoted 5th Sgt 4/8/63.  He served in this company until his right arm was shattered in battle during mid 1863.  He was sent home 8/5/63 and retired to the Invalid Corps 1/22/64.  He served in the Enrolling Department in Madison for the remainder of the war.  See George D. Raysor.  Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


​​RENEW, George Anderson, Private.  Born in 1845; married Mattis Collins on 12/20/96; died on 1/17/1903 in Madison County, Florida.  Lived in Monticello and enlisted on 2/26/62 at P&G RR. Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Company "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was captured on 5/12/64 at Spotsylvania and released on oath on 6/19/65 from Elmira prison. He was 6’, blue eyes, fair skin & hair.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


REVELS, Alfred, Private.  Born 5/6/36 in Madison County, Florida.  Died in 1902  and was buried in the New Hope Cemetery, Mayo, Lafayette County, Florida.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the 5th Florida Infantry, Co. "E" (Madison Guerrillas).  He was absent on every roll except the first one and was paroled on 5/16/65 in Madison. He was 6’, dark hair & skin, blue eyes. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ROBERTS, John, Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company A.  (b. 1847, Madison Co.) Enlisted on 8 Mar 1862 at Gainesville and was honorably discharged on 15 Jun 1862 at Tallahassee.  He was 4'9", fair skin, blue eyes, light hair, occupation:  farmer.  He may have reenlisted in Company H., 8th Florida Infantry.   Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

ROBINSON, James M., 1st Lt.  Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Co. "A."  Enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison Co., FL.  He was dropped as a deserter after 2/24/63.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RODGERS, James M., Private. Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company E.  Was born 4/25/45 in Abbeville Co., SC.  Married Nancy J. Powers on 12/3/72.  Died on 9/26/1917 in Madison Co.  He enlisted on 7/25/64 in Madison.  He was captured on 9/1/64 near Jonesboro, GA and exchanged at Rough and ready GA later that month.  He was paroled in Greensboro, NC on 5/1/65.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  James N. Rodgers was buried in the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.  The Madison County Florida Cemeteries shows that he was born April 27, 1844 and died Sept. 17, 1917.  Buried next to him is Nancy J. Rodgers, Born March 15, 1850 and died March 30, 1930.


RODGERS, W. C. Preston, Private. Born in 1835 in Madison County, Florida.  Married Martha F. Enlisted on 3/8/62 at Madison and was killed at Sharpsburg 9/17/62. Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company A.  He was 5’8”, dark skin, grey eyes, light hair, occupation: machinist. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


RODGERS, William T., Private.  Lived in Madison County, Florida and enlisted there on 5/8/62. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E.  He was on detached service as a workman in “Stewart’s” Cavalry since mid 1863 and was captured on 4/5/65 at Amelia Courthouse. He was released on oath on  6/17/65 at Point Lookout prison and was 5’9”, hazel eyes, fair skin, sandy hair, occupation: farmer. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ROEBUCK, James Hylary, Private.  Born 5/1/46 in Madison, Co.; Married Paunchater Dampier on 3/12/1871; Died 4/16/1910 in Clay co., buried in Hope Cemetery, Theresa, Bradford Co.  He enlisted 3/14/1862 at Jasper as a musician.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He transferred to Company B, 10th Florida Infantry 8//62.  He was absent under civil process in mid 1863 and dropped after August 1863.  He reenlisted 4/26/64 in Company B, Milton Light Artillery at Columbus and transferred to Company I, 2nd Florida Cavalry 7/18/64.  He lost two fingers during the Battle of Natural Bridge 3/19/1865.  He was present on the last roll and paroled 5/17/65 at Baldwin. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SANDFORD, John, Private. Enlisted on 4/29/62 at Madison as a substitute for T. Jackson.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company A.  Deserted in July 1862. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


​SAULS, James K., Private. Born: 5/2/43 in Houston County, Georgia.  Died on 2/15/1907 and was buried in the Crawfordsville Cemetery).  He enlisted on 3/3/62 in Madison County, Florida.  Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was captured  on 4/6/65 at High Bridge and released on oath 6/19/65 from Point Lookout prison. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SAUL, Jeremiah F., Private.  Born 1843.  Enlisted on 2/26/62 at P&G RR and was discharged on 6/9/62. Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He reenlisted 5/1/64 in Madison and was captured on 4/6/65 at Farmville, Virginia.  He was released on oath 6/15/65 in Newport News, Virginia.  He was 5’3”, hazel eyes, dark skin & hair. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


​SCOTT, Warren F., Private.  Born in 1843; Married Mary Vaughn on 11/18/68; Died on  5/27/1907 in Nassau County, Florida.  Enlisted 2/26/62 at P&G RR. Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was discharged 1/22/62 [sic} and placed on detached service as a printer in Florida in early 1864. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SESSIONS, Mezenar R., Private.  Born in 1833.  Enlisted on 3/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was on detached service as a druggist and died on 7/13/62 near Jacksonville. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SHEAFFER, Michael G., Private.  Born in 1844.  Enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was appointed to 5th Sgt on 5/1/63. He was captured at Missionary Ridge on 11/25/63 and sent to Rock Island prison. He was exchanged in February 1865 then hospitalized and furloughed on 3/8/65. He was paroled on 5/14/65 in Madison.  He was 5’9”, dark hair, eyes & skin. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SISTRUNK, William Edward, Private.  Born 10/21/39 in Hamilton Co.; Married Lenora Cheshire 6/6/67; died 4/25/1914 in Hamilton Co.  He was buried in Pool Pond Cemetery in Hamilton Co.  Served with the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He enlisted 3/14/62 at Jasper and was discharged 11/4/62 from a Farmville VA Hospital.  He reenlisted 2/12/64 at Madison and was captured 4/6/65 at Farmville, Virginia.  He was released on oath 6/24/65 at Newport News, Virginia.  He was 5' 4" with grey eyes light skin & hair.  He was a farmer.  After the war, he lived in Tyner, Hamilton Co.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SKIPPER, James W., Private.  Born in 1831.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  Served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  Was paroled  on 5/1/65 in Greensboro, North Carolina.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SLAUGHTER, James D., Private.  Enlisted 1/11/62 in Monticello.  He was wounded in the left arm and captured 5/6/64 in Wilderness.  He was released 2/20/65 from Elmira prison then exchanged.  He was hospitalized in Richmond in March 1865 and paroled 5/16/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 4", light hair, grey eyes, fair skin.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SLAUGHTER, Thomas S., Private.  Born 1822 in Madison County, Florida.  Married Louisa.  Enlisted 4/8/62 at Camp Leon.  He died of tuberculosis 4/28/63 at Chimborazo Hospital #5, Richmond, Virginia.  He was 5' 10", fair skin, blue eyes, light hair, occupation:  farmer. Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  A Thomas S. Slaughter married a Louise Lewis in Madison County, Florida on 4/2/1861, recorded in Book A, page 287.


SMITH, Arthur, Private.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He enlisted 4/16/64 at Madison.  He was absent on both rolls and furloughed 11/4/64.  He was paroled 5/18/65 in Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SMITH, James, Private.  Born in 1830 in Appling County, Georgia.  He married Elizabeth (maiden name unknown).  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died of disease on 4/27/63 in Tullahoma, Tennessee.  Was 5’10” with blue eyes, sandy hair, occupation: farmer. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  "James Gordon Smith?"


SOWELL, Joshua J., Private.  Was born in 1838 in Georgia.  Enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  Died of disease on 12/14/63 at Academy Hospital, in Marietta, Georgia.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SOWELL, Laton, Private.  Born in 1837.  Enlisted on 8/12/6 1 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C. He was severely wounded in the breast at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on  1/2/63.  He was captured and sent to Camp Morton prison. He was exchanged and returned to his unit in mid 1863. He was killed by a sharpshooter on 6/10/64 near Marietta, Georgia. He had just been relieved from duty and was filling his canteen when he was shot. He was buried the next day.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


SPARKS, John A., Private.  Born 1845 in Jefferson County, Florida.  Enlisted 4/17/62 at Camp Leon and was discharged 10/12/62.  He was 5' 7", light skin & hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer.  He enlisted 3/8/64 at Madison and was absent sick on the last roll.  He may have served in Company H., 3rd Florida Infantry prior to this.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


STEPHENS, John Hugh, 2nd Cpl.   He was born on 9/19/42 in Society Hill, South  Carolina.  He married Miss Hendry in 1869 [1st] and later married Elma Garver in 1897 [2nd].  He lived in Madison County, Florida and enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was promoted t0 5th Sgt on 6/8/62 and then to 4th Sgt on 5/1/63. He was appointed acting Commissary Sgt on 11/23/63 and was on detached service. He was paroled as a 2nd Lt at Greensboro, North Carolina on 5/1/65. After the war, he was a member of United Confederate Veteran Camp #58, Jacksonville and claimed to have never been captured and only once slightly wounded after serving in 47 different battles. In 1873, he moved to Thomas County, Georgia and served as Captain of the Gordon Rifles. He was also very active in railroad affairs.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


STOKELEY, Every, 4th Sgt.  Married Julia A. 2/10/69.  Died 9/5/81 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted 5/28/62 at Camp Leon and was reduced in mid 1863.  He was present on every roll except one and surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/65. Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  There is an Evy Stokely buried in the Friendship Cemetery in Madison, Florida.  Notes from the Madison Florida Cemetery Book state:  Evy Stokely/Feb 26, 1840, Sept. 5, 1881.  Buried next to him is a child, Lucy Stokely, born June 27, 1871 and died July 27, 1872 and she was a daughter of Evy and Julya Ann Stokely.


STOKELEY, John, Private.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). He was mortally wounded in July 1864 and died on 8/22/64 at Howard’s Grove Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


SUMMERLIN, John C. B., Private.  Enlisted on 4/26/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). He was killed on 9/17/62 in Sharpsburg, Virginia. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


THIGPEN, Jesse, Private. Married Mary Ann Caul on  5/21/72; Died on 5/30/94 in Madison County, Florida.  Enlisted on 6/8/64 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas). He was absent sick on every roll and was furloughed on 10/6/64. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


THOMPSON, Alexander, Private.  Born in 1834 in Madison County, Florida.  He enlisted on 3/3/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was killed on 9/17/62 in Sharpsburg, Virginia.  He was 5’10”, dark skin & eyes, black hair, occupation: farmer. Mother: Henrietta M. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


THOMPSON, Lewis Fulton, Private.  Born 10/14/40 in Burkley County, West Virginia.  He enlisted on 4/1/61 in Micanopy in the Old First Florida Infantry, Company C.  He reenlisted on  1/4/62 in (New) Company B, 1st Florida Infantry at Pensacola. He was absent sick from 11/26/63 and paroled on 5/15/65 in Madison County, Florida. He was 5'6” with dark hair & skin, black eyes.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

THOMPSON, William Naylor, Jr., Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company C.  Born 1843 in Jefferson Co., VA.  Married Olivia McGehee on 11/22/1871.  Died in Nassau co. on 9/30/1896.  Enlisted on 3/20/62 at Camp Lee.  He was promoted to 3rd Cpl. on 7/27/62 and then 2nd Cpl. on 8/19/1862 but was reduced on 10/1/63.  He was wounded in the left knee in Atlanta in mid 1864 and discharged on 12/22/64.  He was paroled on 5/15/65 in Madison.  He was 5' 6" tall with light hair, blue eyes and fair skin.   Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

THOMPSON, John A., 1st Sgt.  Served in the Eighth Florida Infantry, Company "A."  Was born in 1834 and enlisted on 4/1/62 in Madison Co., FL.  He was absent sick in late 1862 and reduced in rank on 12/20/62.  He was captured on 7/2/63 at Gettysburg and sent to Fort Delaware prison.  He died of lung inflammation on 11/14/63 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


TODD, John C. C., Private.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company G.  Enlisted on 3/8/62 in Ocala, FL. He was transferred to the Band on 6/6/62 and returned in early 1864.  He was paroled on 5/15/65 in Madison .  He was 6' tall with dark hair, grey eyes and florid skin. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

TOOKE, John, Private.  Enlisted  on 3/8/62 in Madison County, Florida and was discharged the same day after substituting J. Hughey.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


TOWNSEND, Benjamin Franklin, Private.  Born on 5/11/35 in Madison County, Florida.  Married Martha M. E. Rykard on 2/25/64.  Died on 8/4/1910 in Madison County, Florida.  He was buried in  the Cherry Lake Church Cemetery.  Enlisted on 4/26/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).    Was exchanged on 6/11/62 to Company D, 5th Florida Infantry for R. Thompson. He was discharged on 10/28/62 after substituting F. McDaniel. He reenlisted on 2/28/63 in Company E, 11th Florida Infantry in Madison County, Florida. He deserted on 8/13/63 from Camp Simpkins and returned on 10/12/63. He deserted on 12/6/63 from Camp Cobb but returned. He deserted again 5/26/64 and was dropped after 8/31/64. He was paroled 5/17/65 in Madison County, Florida. See Israel Townsend. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  Notes: There is a Benjamin Townsend buried in Cherry Lake United Methodist Church Cemetery in Madison County. Notes from Madison County Florida Cemeteries, page 358 it states: Benjamin Townsend was born in Madison County, FL on May 11, 1835 and died on Aug 4, 1910. Buried next to him is Martha M. E. Rykard Townsend wife of B. F. Townsend born 1839 died 1926.  


VANN, John W., Private. Born on 9/11/43 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. He was promoted to 4th Cpl on 10/5/64 and was furloughed in late 1864. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. NOTES:  There is a John W. Vann buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Madison County. Notes from Madison County Florida Cemeteries, page 666 it states: John W. Vann born Sept 11, 1843 died Nov 9, 1923. Additional note: Buried next to him is Georgia G. Martin Townsend wife of John W. Vann born Jan 9, 1849 died Apr 7,1913.


VARN, Jacob Elmer, Private. (m. Vicey on 17 May 1855; d. 10 Jun 1862) enlisted on 19 Apr 1862 at Camp Lee.  Served in the Seventh Florida Infantry, Company A.  He lost his left hand at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 1863 and was sent home.  He was paroled in Madison on 20 May 1865.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WADSWORTH, Burton D.  Born 1845, died 1907.  Buried in the Brady Cemetery in Madison, Florida.


WALDRIP, William, Private.  Born 1842.  Enlisted on 5/26/62 in Madison County, Florida.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).    He was exchanged on 5/29/62 to Company C, 4th Florida Infantry for B. Ponder. He deserted from Morton, Mississippi on 8/30/63. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WALKER, Elbert, Private.  Born in 1845, he enlisted on 7/13/61 in Lake City, Columbia County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company H. He was left sick at Murfreesboro in late 1862, captured and exchanged in early 1863. He was absent sick from early 1863 on the last roll. He appears on a receipt roll dated 6/30/64 and was paroled 5/20/65 at Madison County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WALKER, Hiram A., Private.  Born in 1837.  Enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died of typhoid on 3/3/63 in a Tullahoma, Tennessee hospital.  His father was Leonard H. Walker.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WALKER, Isaac, Private.  Born in either 1833 or 1823 in Georgia.  He lived in Lafayette County, Florida in 1860. He enlisted on 9/1/61 at McIntosh and was discharged on 5/20/62. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company E.  He joined William White’s band. He was paroled on 5/22/65 in Madison County, Florida,  He died on 12/8/86 and was buried in  the Midway Cemetery in Mayo, Lafayette Co.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WALKER, James Albert, 1st Sgt.  Born 11/12/42 in Carlton Co. SC; Married Annie L. /2/1907; Died 4/6/1920 in Madison.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  Was a Sgt of the Aucilla Guards prior to serving in this company.  He enlisted 3/3/62 at St. Marks.  He was AWOL since 8/1/62 and discharged 11/7/62 at Tallahassee.  He was 6' 2" tall with fair skin, grey eyes, and light skin.  He was a student. Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WARNECK, James D., Private.  Born in 1838.  He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died on 5/23/63 at Bragg Hospital, in Ringold, Georgia. Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WARING, Malachi Howell, 3rd Sgt.  Born in 1842 in Madison County, Florida he enlisted 3/28/61 in Madison and served with the (Old) First Florida Infantry, Company F. He transferred to (Old) First Florida Infantry, Company B. on 1/26/62 and was mustered out on 4/6/62. He reenlisted on 4/28/62 in Third Florida Infantry, Company G. in Madison.  He was appointed a 3rd Sgt on 1/1/63 and then as a 2nd Sgt on 10/15/63. In June 1864, he was 5‟10” with fair skin, auburn hair, light eyes, occupation: farmer. He was wounded on 5/28/64 in the right shoulder and hospitalized in Lake City. He retired to the Invalid Corps 10/6/64 and was paroled 5/16/65 in Madison County, Florida. He married Almira J. and died on 6/27/1902. Biographical Roster of Florida‟s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


WARREN, Josiah, 5th Sgt.  Born 1830 Madison County, Florida.  Married Lucy Ann E.  Enlisted 2/26/1862 in Madison.  He was missing since Bull Run in late August 1862 and reduced.  He died of diarrhea 9/3/62 at the General Hospital, Warrenton, Virginia.  He was 5' 10", light skin & hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer.  Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WEBB, Axum, Private.  Born in 1843.   Enlisted 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was captured in Egypt Station Mississippi on 12/28/64 and sent to the Alton Military Prison. He died of apoplexy on 2/19/65 and was buried in the prison cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WEBB, Fenton Betan, Private.  Born on 8/22/37 in Cuthbert, Georgia.  He married Druscilla Hewitt on 1/5/68 and died on 6/29/1914 in Lafayette Co., Florida.  He enlisted on 11/19/61 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was captured 5/27/64 in Dallas, Georgia and was sent to the Rock Island prison. He was exchanged in March 1865 and paroled on 5/22/65 in Madison County, Florida. After the war, he lived in Mayo, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WEBB, George Pope, Private.  Born in 1846 in Suwannee County, Florida.  Married Madge Gilbert on 7/15/79.  Died on 12/16/1918 in Polk County, Florida.  Enlisted on 2/26/62 at P&G RR.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).    Was discharged on 6/9/62 at Camp Leon. He was paroled on 5/14/65 in Madison County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WEBB, James, Private.  Born in 1844, he enlisted on 8/12/61 at St. Marks and served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died on 4/1/63 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WEBB, Nathaniel E., 1st Cpl.  Was born in 1843 and enlisted on 7/3/61 at Greenwood. He served with the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company I. He was appointed 1st Sgt in mid 1862 but was reduced in early 1863. He transferred to the 19th Alabama Regiment on 1/15/64 and was paroled on 5/19/65 in Madison County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WELCH, Jackson, Private.  Born in 1843.  Enlisted 7/15/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Third Florida Infantry, Company G. He was captured near Atlanta on 8/7/64 and sent to the Camp Chase prison. He was sent to Point Lookout 3/18/65 for exchange.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WELCH, Timothy, Private.  Born in 1840, he enlisted 7/15/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company G (Madison Grey Eagles). He was absent sick since 2/29/64 on the last roll and appears on a register of Gilmer Hospital, Atlanta, GA in mid 1864. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.

WENTWORTH, James Hamilton, Brevet 2nd Lieutenant. He was born in 1836 and was a school teacher in Madison, where he lived with his wife, Elizabeth. He enlisted in the CSA in Madison on November 29, 1862. In the 1880 census, he was listed as a merchant in Taylor County and had married another woman named Nancy Jane and had 10 children. He died December 8, 1893 and is buried in St. John’s Cemetery there.  
Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


WESSON, Asbury W., Private.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).    He was absent sick since mid 1862 and dropped as a deserted in Mid 1863 but returned 4/25/64. He was captured 4/1/65 at High Bridge and released on oath 6/22/65 from Point Lookout prison. He was 5’9”, blue eyes, brown hair, light skin. (page 520 Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WHITFIELD, Joseph I., Private.  Born in 1829, he enlisted on 7/5/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Third Florida Infantry, Company G (Madison Grey Eagles).  Was appointed as 4th Sgt on 9/17/61. He died soon after July 1862 in Alexander’s Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia and was buried in the local Oakland Cemetery. (Page 335 Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865) 


WHITLOCK, William Walter, Private.   Born on 11/1/28 in South Carolina.  He enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was exchanged  on 8/1/62 to Company I, 2nd Florida Cavalry for J. Dean. He was appointed 5th Sgt on 9/5/63 and was paroled as 2nd Sgt 5/17/65 in Baldwin, Florida. He received a Florida pension after the war. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).  NOTES: There is a William Walter Whitlock buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Madison County. Notes from Madison County Florida Cemeteries, page 852 it states: William Walter Whitlock born Nov 1, 1828 died Aug 6, 1910.


WHITNER, William H., 2nd Lt.  Was born in 1837 and enlisted on 3/28/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He resigned  on 12/9/61. Biographical Roster of Florida‟s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WHITTLE, William J., Private.  Born in 1844, he enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He was mortally wounded at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 1/2/63 and died soon after.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


WIGGLESWORTH, Joseph, Private.  Born 1832. Enlisted on 3/8/62 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  He was captured on 9/17/62 at Sharpsburg, Virginia and was paroled on 9/25/62. He was absent on most rolls including the last one but was paroled on 4/28/65 at Richmond, Virginia.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WILKISON, Daniel P., Private.  He was born in 1835 and married Martha E. Roberts on 12/9/66.  He lived in Providence and enlisted on 9/14/61 at Cedar Key. He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company F.  He appears as 4th Sgt in mid 1863. He was absent sick since early 1864 and was still recovering on 9/23/64 in Lake City, Florida. He was paroled on 5/16/65 in Madison  County, Florida.  He was 6’ and had dark hair, eyes & skin.  He died on 5/15/1906 in Duval County, Florida.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WILLIAMS, Benjamin R., Private. Born in 1817.  Enlisted on 3/3/62 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).  Was discharged on 6/9/62 at Camp Leon. He was paroled on 5/10/65 at Tallahassee. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WILLIAMS, James P., Private.  Born about 1842, he enlisted on 7/5/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company G (Madison Grey Eagles).  He was appointed as 5th Sgt on 5/8/62. He died on 9/20/62 in Munfordville, Kentucky.  Father: Rolan. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WILLIAMS, Owen, Private.  Born in 1835.  Enlisted on 3/3/62 in Madison.   He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   Died on 11/20/62 at a Richmond Hospital. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WILLIAMS, Samuel H., Private.  Enlisted on 5/8/62 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   He was wounded at Gettysburg and reported captured on every remaining roll. There is no US POW list to confirm this. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.   Samuel H. Williams was wounded and captured on July 2, 1863 during fighting at Gettysburg. There are no further records of him so it is believed he was killed. He enlisted on May 8, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


WILLIAMS, Thomas W., Private.  Enlisted on 3/29/62 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   He was promoted 4th Cpl on 8/1/63 then to 3rd Cpl in mid 1864. He died of diarrhea on 10/4/64 at Way Hospital #3, Salisbury North Carolina. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


WILLIAMS, William H., 3rd Cpl.  Born in 1832 in Bullock County, Georgia. Served in Captain Lesley’s Company during the Seminole War of 1856. He enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida  and was discharged on 6/5/62 in Midway Florida. He was 5’0” with light skin & hair, blue eyes, occupation: carpenter.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died in 1899 and was buried in the Mt. Zion Methodist Cemetery.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WIMBERLY, James R., Private.  Born 1830.  Married Prudence Hewitt  on 2/4/60. He  enlisted on 8/12/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Fourth Florida Infantry, Company C.  He died on 8/18/83 in Lafayette County, Florida.  He was present on the last roll and was paroled  on 5/22/65 in Madison County, Florida. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.  Will shortly add information from the pension papers.

WINBURN, Nicholas, Private.  He enlisted on 7/5/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company G. (Madison Grey Eagles). He was mortally wounded at Perryville on 10/8/62 and died soon after. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


WOODS, Robert Marion, Private.  Born 1837; Married Lanangy Elizabeth Smart on 11/24/59; died 4/17/81 in Lake Co.  Served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company G (Anderson Infantry).  May have been a member of Captain Hendry's Taylor Eagles in 1861 and served during that unit's brief history.  He enlisted 3/8/62 in this company at St. Marks and was promoted 2nd Sgt in early 1863.  e was shot through both thigh by grape shot at Gettysburg and captured 7/4/63.  He was paroled 9/25/63 at Baltimore MD and exchanged.  He was furloughed and placed on detached service in Florida 5/23/64.  He was paroled 5/16/65 in Madison.  Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WOODS, William M, Private.  Enlisted 6/6/61 i Company H., 9th Regiment Georgia Volunteers and last appears on the roll dated 10/31/61.  According to his 5th Florida CSR, he transferred to this company in mid 1863.  He was captured 7/3/63 at Gettysburg and released 6/1/65 from Fort Delaware prison.  He ws 5' 5" with grey eyes, dark skin and dark hair.  He lived in Madison.  Biographical Roster ​ of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


WORRELL, Benjamin Jesse, Private.  Born on 11/28/46 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.  He enlisted on 2/26/62 at P&G RR.   He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   He was discharged on 6/9/62 at Camp Leon. He was 5’4”, dark skin, grey eyes, brown hair. He reenlisted on 4/23/64 in the Kilcrease Artillery at Camp Milton. His presence was not stated on the last roll. He was paroled at Baldwin, Florida on 5/17/65. Residence: Madison. He received a Florida pension after the war. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865. 


WORTHINGTON, Lewis H., Private.  Married C. H. (Maiden name unknown). Enlisted on 4/26/62 in Madison County, Florida. He served in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company E (Madison Guerrillas).   He was promoted to 4th Cpl on 11/5/62 and then to 2nd Cpl on 2/20/63. He was killed on 7/3/63 in Gettysburg, Virginia. (page 521 Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865).  ​Lewis H. Worthington was killed on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg. His personal effects, consisting of $111.02, were given to his widow, C.H. He enlisted as a private on April 26, 1862 in Madison.  Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record, by John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey, Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, N.C., Copyright 2017.


WREDE, Edward F., 2nd Lt.  Born 5/1/1825; married Laura Bembry in Nov 1870; died 3/4/1899 in Suwannee Co., buried in Friendship Cemetery, Pine Mount, Suwannee Co.  Seerved in the Fifth Florida Infantry, Company F (Frink Guards).  He was AWOL since June 1862 and tendered his resignation 3/18 Mar/1863.  He was dropped 4/10/63.  He reenlisted 5/2/1864 in Company B, 1st Florida reserves in Jasper.  He was AWOL on the last roll and was paroled 5/20/1865 in Madison.  Biographical Roster of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


YOUNG, James M., Private.  Born in 1843, he enlisted on 7/15/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served in the Third Florida Infantry, Company G (Madison Grey Eagles).  He was appointed 3rd Cpl on 5/8/62; 2nd Cpl on 9/20/63; and then 1st Cpl on 10/15/63. He was captured at Missionary Ridge 11/25/63 and sent to Rock Island prison. He died on 6/20/64 of exhaustion from epitasis in the prison hospital.  He was buried in the prison cemetery, grave #1259. Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


ZIPPERER, John M., Private.  Born in 1842, he enlisted on 7/15/61 in Madison County, Florida.  He served with the Third Florida Infantry, Company G (Madison Grey Eagles).  He was furloughed in late 1861 and died at home in mid 1862. Son: John M.  Biographical Roster of Florida’s Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865.


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