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19th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: Henry Lilly ParkerRank: Unknown Company:
Co A Crawford’s Battalion., Ark Infantry. Company A, Commanded by Captain Joseph J. Ingram, was organized at Pine Bluff, Arkansas on June 23, 1862. Captured at Fort Hindman in January 1863, sent to camp Douglas, then paroled in April 1863 and returned to action with the 19th Arkansas
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Name: P. R. SmithRank: Lt. Colonel Company:
Lt. Col. P.R. Smith was on the 19th Staff. Paroled in Brownsville which matches family legend that he did not give up willingly. Looking for more information on him and the Unit.
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Name: Andrew Jackson WardRank: Private Company:
PVT Ward's Pension records show he was with 19 regiment application number 8050. but i have also found him listed with Company C 24th Ark. Inf./ PVT Ward, Andrew J. enlisted 16 JUN 1862 @ Falcon Arkansas
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Name: Hugh Allen BrothersRank: Private Company: A
Hugh Allen Brothers died at Camp Douglas in Chicago in a POW camp of smallpox on March 10, 1863. He is buried at Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, IL.
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Name: Terrell Daniel BrothersRank: Private Company: A
Private, Ark. 19th (Dawson) Inf. Co. A
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Name: Cumberland PolkRank: Private Company: B
Cumberland Polk escaped at Memphis, TN after the Arkansas Post capture.

'The prisoners were loaded onto riverboats, one being the Sam Gaty, which was loaded by 7 P. M. on January 12, and steamed down the river about one mile the next day. The Gaty lay at this location all that day, waiting for other boats to arrive so they could travel in the protection of a convoy. Departing about 2 p. m. on the 14th for Memphis, Tenn., they reaching the mouth of the river, and remained all night. River travel can be precarious at best, and was dangerous after nightfall. The pilot needed vision to avoid sand bars or tree trunks floating down the river. Jan. 15th, was cold and snowing as they started up the River, arriving at Memphis at sunset the next day. Five men escaped at Memphis, James T. Anderson (I), John H. Bell (I), Sgt. Castle (H), Cum Polk (B) and John A. Turner (I). Procuring a skiff, they crossed the river, making their way to Little Rock overland, and on to their homes. The local citizens at Memphis were kind when they arrived, but 2 days later. the boats loaded with prisoners left at 8 A. M., bound for St. Louis, Mo.'

Published in: Dawson's 19th Ark Inf, CSA (184 page manuscript) 1994 by Merrill Pence
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Name: John Wesley CarrollRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: Meredith Lane JeffersRank: Private Company: C
Discharged for health reasons (double hernia) Later returned to unit and drove supply wagon until end of war.
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Name: James Asbury Maroon Rank: Private Company: C
He served in the military on 6 Jun 1862 in 19th (Dawson's)Infantry Regiment Arkansas Company C
Captured 11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, AR & sent to MP Camp Douglas, IL Feb 1863..
He died on 28 Mar 1863 in Camp Douglas, Chicago, Cook Co., IL.
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Name: Harvey D. MedlockRank: 1st Sergeant Company: C
Born 1837 in Laurens Co., South Carolina. Enlisted 19 Oct 1861 in Pike Co., Arkansas. Captured 11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas & sent to Military Prison Camp Douglas, Chicago Illinois 8 Feb 1863 then to City Point, Virginia 10 Apr 1863. Captured again 1 Sep 1864 during the Battle of Jonesboro, Georgia.
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Name: Benjamin Jefferson RobersonRank: Private Company: C
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Name: James Henry RobersonRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Henry Jackson WestbrookRank: Private Company: C
died 29 Sep 1864 from wounds at the Battle of Fort Davidson in Missouri
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Name: ELISHA JOSEPH WALDENRank: Private Company: D
Enl. 25 Oct,1861 in Polk Co,Ark,captured at Arkansas Post Battle 11 Jan,1863 and sent to MP Camp Douglas in Ill on 8 Feb,1863; then sent to City Point, Va on 10 April,1863. Retired to the Invalid Corps on 4 Nov,1864. He was also called Joe by his family.
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Name: JEREMIAH WALDENRank: Private Company: D
Jeremiah enlisted 25 Oct,1863 in Polk Co, Arkansas. He was in the battle of Arkansas Post and some how avoided capture with his relatives. Jeremiah survived the war and raised a large family. He was also called Jerry by his family which is where my Grandfather and I got our names.
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Name: JOHN WALDENRank: Private Company: D
John enlisted 25 Oct,1861 in Polk Co, Ark and was captured in the Arkansas Post Battle on 11 Jan,1863. He was sent to the MP Camp Douglas in Ill on 8 Feb,1863. He died 14 April,1863 ( probably in Petersburg, Va ).
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Name: Samuel Henry HuffRank: Private Company: E
Dawson's 19th Arkansas Infantry Regt.
Enlisted Sevier County, Arkansas 30 Oct 1861 age 36
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Name: Elijah Franklin SnodgrassRank: 4th Corporal Company: E
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Name: Peter Thomas TrammellRank: Private Company: E
Dawson's 19th Arkansas Infantry Regt. Enlisted Sevier County, Arkansas 5 Mar 1862 age 44
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Name: David Saxon ArnoldRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: F
19th (Dockery's) AR Inf Rgt. Later was a Cpt in Co G, 3rd Bn, Harrison's LA Cav Bde. Enlisted at El Dorado, AR on 1 Mar 1862, discharged 4 May 1864, illness. Died after 1897, buried in Sweetwater, TX.
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Name: Newton Wright CockrehamRank: Private Company: F
Served mostly in the area of Arkansas and Louisiana except for the siege of Vicksburg by Yankee forces. At the time of the siege of Vicksburg, I had two uncles serving in the 27th Alabama at Vicksburg and another great-great grandfather with the 43rd Georgia Regiment at Vicksburg also.
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Name: John Bonner CookRank: 1st Sergeant Company: F
John B. Cook was probably born in Union County Arkansas in 1838. Apparently the family moved back and forth between ARK and Al before the war. He was enlisted the 19th Arkansas Infantry Regiment (Dockery's Regiment) on March 1, 1862 at El Dorado, Ark by Col Rust. John B. Cook had been serving as Copany F's 1st Sergeant since June 1, 1863.The unit was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863 and paroled there on July 11, 1863. John B. Cook had no further military record. After the war
He married Mary A. and moved to Commerce, Texas. He died in 1914 and is buried in Hugo, Oklahoma.
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Name: Andrew Jackson GibsonRank: Corporal Company: F
He is my great grandfather. He enlisted at 18YO at Sevier Co,Ar born in 1843. Died on Jan 23, 1925. He is buried at Virginia Point Cemetary in Fannin Co, Tx
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Name: William J. TysonRank: Captain Company: F
1837-1875 Enlisted on 1 March 1862 in El Dorado as a Private. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 12 May 1862. Wounded during the Battle of Corinth. Captured at Vicksburg.
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Name: James Henry BeggsRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Robert W. BeggsRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 15 July 1861 into the 15th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Northwest) Company D. Transferred from 15th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Northwest) Company D into 19th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Dawson's) Company G on 26 February 1862. Killed 24 September 1862.
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Name: Jasper Joseph McDanielRank: Private Company: H
PVT. enlisted in Dallas, ARK 1862 served with Colonel Hardee and Colonel Dawson throughout the Civil War was eventually promoted to the rank of Corporal. Fought in the RED RIVER Campaign, the not well known Mansfield Battle, and all other engagements with the 19th Ark. up until 1863 when he was transferred to the 24th Ark. Infantry. His unit was consolidated with other units in order to help create The Grand Army of Tennessee. His military service record reflects that he served up until the surrender of General Lee and also that he lost his left eye. He died in the Confederate Home Pulaski County. Little Rock, Ark 04/04/1925 Confederate until the end. I have much more information about the 19th Ark. These men saw heavy combat.
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Name: John Gulley PurifoyRank: Sergeant Company: H
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Name: Granville Armstrong TorbettRank: Captain Company: H
Captain Granville Armstong Torbett is my Grandfather.
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Name: John H. WoffordRank: Captain Company: H
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Name: Joseph Agee DumasRank: Private Company: I
Co I 19th Arkansas Infantry (Dockery’s). Organized March 3, 1862 in Union County. Killed or died of disease during the Vicksburg campaign.
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Name: Christopher Columbus HarlowRank: Private Company: I
Pvt. C.C. Harlow was captured at Arkansas Post 11 Jan 1863. Sent to Camp Douglas, Ill. and exchanged at City Point, VA 10 Apr 1863. I can find no other record after that, except that he died 14 Feb 1864. I know that after the exchange the 19th was assigned to Cleburne's Division, Hardee's Corps, Army of Tennessee. Also 23 of the exchanged prisioners did not return to active duty. I would like to find out if Pvt. Harlow returned to duty.

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Name: Andrew Jackson HarrellRank: Private Company: I
Pvt. in the 19th (Dockery's) Ark. Inf. Reg, Co. 1; CSA. Enlisted 1861, Union Co.; fought at Vicksburg. Captured 4 Jul 1863; paroled 7 Jul 1863 at Vicksburg, MS. His brother Seaborn (listed as Seburn) was also in this unit.
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Name: Seaborn HarrellRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: I
Was listed as 'Seburn' Harrell.
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Name: Augustus Simpson HutchinsonRank: Lt. Colonel Company: I
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Name: Charles Ferguson WilliamsRank: Sergeant Company: I
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Name: Oliver Perry DavisRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: Charles Boden HogueRank: Unknown Company: K
There are apparently no record of Charles Boden Hogue serving but he filed for a pension in 1924 and signed an Affidavit that he joined this regiment in April 1864 and surrendered in May of 1865. Two men who served with him also verified that they had served with him.
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Name: Nehemiah JohnsonRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: William G. JohnsonRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: William H H LeeRank: Private Company: K
Died 25 Sep 1862 at Camp White Sulphur Springs from illness, 'Swamp Fever'.
Buried at Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery, Jefferson County, Arkansas
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Name: John H. WoffordRank: Captain Company: K
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