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15th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: John Wesley CanonRank: Private Company:
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Name: John Parchman CurtisRank: Corporal Company: A
John was born in Tennessee, He would have been in his early 20's when he joined Corporal in Co A 15th Arkansas Infantry [Johnson's]. He has three CMR's in his file. All that is revealed is that he was paroled at Port Hudson on 12 July 1863. He survived the war and died 27 Jan 1916.
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Name: Samuel RoseRank: Private Company: A
Samuel Rose served in CO ''A'', 15th Arkansas Infantry (Northwest). Enlisted summer 1861, left sick at Frog Bayou in the fall of 1862. Did not return to active duty due to illness.
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Name: Mathew B. GulleyRank: Private Company: B
On 17 Oct. 1861, he enlisted in the Confederate States Army at Camden AR. He, his brother Henry and a nephew Thomas H. Purifoy, enlisted together and were assigned to Company B, 15th Ark. Inf. On 16 Feb 1862 all three were captured in a battle at Fort Donaldson VA. Henry and Thomas were sent to a military prison at Camp Butler, Springfield IL, but Mathew, who was wounded, was sent to a military hospital in St. Louis, MO. His death in the hospital is recorded on a certificate.---

Private Mathew B. Gulley is buried in Grave No. 4991 in the National Cemetery in St. Louis, MO.---


GULLEY, M.B. Pvt, 15th (Johnson's), CSA d. 16 Mar 1862 #4991, National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks, MO---

GULLEY, M.B. Pvt - Enl 17 Oct 1861 at Camden, AR. Died POW 16 Mar 1862 in General Hospital, St Louis, MO. Claim filed 16 Dec 1862 by John Gully Sr, father.
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Name: Thomas Henry PurifoyRank: Private Company: B
The following is a quotation from the book titled 'JOHN GULLEY GENEALOGY A PLANTER IN ALABAMA ANND ARKANSAS AND HIS DESCENDANTS' authored by Paul John.---

Thomas Henry Purifoy, was born 9 Sept. 1844 in Conecuh County AL, and in 1860 was living with his parents in Jackson Twp of Ouachita County AR and attending school. As soon as he became 17 he joined the Confederate Army. He enlisted in Company B, 15th Reg. Ark. Infantry, on 17 Oct. 1861 at Camden AR. Two of his uncles, Henry Cicero Gulley and Mathew B. Gulley, enlisted at Camden AR on the same date and in the same company.---

Four months later, on 16 Feb. 1862, all three were captured by Union Forces in a battle at Fort Donalson VA. Thomas and Henry were taken as P.O.W.'s to Camp Butler Springfield IL. Mathew, who was wounded, was transported to a hospital in St. Louis MO. Thomas Henry Purifoy died at Camp Butler 29 March 1862, (cause of death not given) and is buried in the National Cemetery at Springfield IL. He was 17 and had been a soldier only six month when he died.
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Name: Wright P. CoxRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted 29 OCT 1861 at Magnolia, AK. Captured 16 FEB at Ft Donelson, TN and set to Camp Butler POW Camp IL. Received by Confederate Authorities 23 SEP 1862 near Vicksburg, MS. Declarled exchanged at Aiken landing 10 NOV 1862. Moved to TX (Shelby County) and died there 10 AUG 1903
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Name: Pascal PattonRank: Corporal Company: E
Enlisted June 3, 1861 in the 15th (Josey's) Arkansas Infantry Regiment. According to family files he was found by his son James Northan on a battlefield (don't know which one) and was carried home where he died on April 3, 1862 from measles. The family lived around Springdale/Fayetteville, Arkansas area. So I'm suspecting it was the Battle of Pea Ridge. He is buried at Friendship Cemetery, Springdale, Washington County, Arkansas next to his brother Isaac C. Patton. Pascal was my Great Great Grandfather.
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Name: Henry Cicero GulleyRank: 1st Sergeant Company: F
On 17 Oct. 1861 Henry Cicero Gulley enlisted in the Confederate State Army at Camden,AR. His brother Mathew and a nephew, Thoma H. Purifoy, enlisted at the same time. Their outfit (Company B, 15th Ark. Inf.) was sent to Virginia and on 16 Feb. 1862 in a battle at Fort Donaldson, VA, Henry and his comrades were captured by Union Forces. Henry C. Gulley and Thomas H. Purifoy were sent to a military prison at Camp Butler in Springfield, IL.---

Private H.C. Gulley remained at Camp butler until 23 Sept. 1862 when he was sent to Vicksburg, MS to be exchanged. Following the exchange he was assigned to Company F, 15 Reg't. Ark. Inf. and was promoted to sergeant. On 9 July 1863 Sgt. Gulley was captured at Fort Hudson LA and three days later on July 12th was paroled.
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Name: Pinkney Burr JonesRank: Sergeant Company: F
He was 16 when he enlisted in the Confederate Army 4 Oct. 1861 at Camden AR. He was a private in Company F, 15th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry; and served therein to the end of the war. On 16 Feb. 1862 he, along with many others, was captured in a battle near Fort Donelson VA and was sent as a P.O.W. to Camp Butler, Springfield IL. On 23 Sept. 1862 he was sent to Vicksburg MS to be exchanged. He rejoined Co F 15th AR Inf., was promoted to sergeant and on 27 May 1863 was captured again, this time near Port Hudson LA. He was paroled 9 July 1863, exchanged and rejoined his company prior to Nov. 1863. He was captured a third time, at Tuscaloosa AL, 18 May 1865, and was paroled the same month.
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Name: Jacob N. BakerRank: 4th Sergeant Company: G
1836-1864 Mortally wounded at the Battle of Missionary Ridge in Nov 1863. Died in the hospital in Atlanta in Jan 1864.
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Name: Samuel PattonRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted in Company G, 15th Arkansas (Johnson's) Infantry Regiment.
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