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18th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: Robert Benjamin BellRank: Private Company:
Robert Bell (my ggg) was from Arkansas and fought for both sides. First with The 18th and 26th Arkansas, then joined his brother with the 28th Wisconsin in 1864. Discharged in Brownsville, TX in 1865.
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Name: Stephen Jackson ChenaultRank: Private Company:
He was in Dockery's 18th Arkansas infantry.
CHENAULT, S.J. PVT -Enl 27 Feb 1862 in Columbia Co, AR. Deserted ca 20 Sep 1862
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Name: Lucius W. FinleyRank: Private Company:
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Name: J. D. HardyRank: Captain Company:
I have a picture of JD Hardy's grave from Johnson Island POW camp in Ohio for any of his relatives. Contact me...gtgilbert17@yahoo.com.
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Name: Samuel CurtisRank: Private Company: A
Samuel was born in Stewart County Tenn. He moved with is family to Saint Francis County Ark. He enlisted 29 July 1861 in Capt P Dunn's 5th Ark.Vol's. [State Troops] he was about 21 years old. This company re-elisted and was attached to 2nd Regt. Ark. Infantry which became the 18th Ark. Inf. [Marmadukes]. One of these enlistments took place at Pocahontas, Randolph County Ark.
He did not return from the war. Burial unknown.
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Name: James Chester CarterRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Orlander Phillip ConnerRank: Private Company: B
Captured at Port Hudson, Louisiana, July 9, 1863, and paroled on July 12, 1863; reenlisted in Co. K, 12th Arkansas Cavalry, 1864; captured in Hot Spring county, Arkansas, September 13, 1864; confined at U.S. Military Prison, Rock Island, Illinois; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, March 5, 1865; hospitalized at Richmond, Virginia, for “old wound, right leg,” March 6, 1865; furloughed for thirty days, March 17, 1865.
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Name: William Lewis ConnerRank: Private Company: B
Wounded in the left thigh and captured at Corinth, Mississippi, October 4, 1862; left leg amputated at thigh; exchanged at Vicksburg, Mississippi, November 8, 1862
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Name: Will FrazierRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Mathew HaleRank: Private Company: B
I am looking for any information on Mathew Hale. He was a member of the 18th (Marmadukes) Arkansas Infantry Regiment Confederate States of America. He had two brothers who possibly enlisted with him. I do not know their first names.

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Name: Andrew Jackson CollinsRank: Private Company: C
My ggg grandfather. He lived around Yarbro or Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas, he was married to Elizabeth 'Bettie' Bunch. He enlisted July 4, 1861 at age 24 at Mill Bayou, AR supposedly along with his brothers-in-law Elijah 'Eli' Bunch and William Rodney Bunch. They belonged to 18th Arkansas Infantry Regiment (Marmadukes's), Company C. Eli supposedly named his son after Marmaduke, his name was John Marmaduke Bunch.
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Name: Benjamin CrippenRank: Private Company: E
Benjamin Crippen joined with his older brother, John 'Hunter' Crippen in 1861. Ben was only fourteen, but was large for his age. According to Company E survivor William Francis Eppes, Ben was shot in battle (presumably Shiloh) and Eppes and his brother put him under a tree. When Eppes returned to the tree later, the tree had taken fire and Ben was missing. No one heard from him and the family assumed he was buried in an unmarked grave.
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Name: Pierre A. PertuisRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted in Co. F, 18th Arkansas Infantry, at Auburn, Arkansas, March 3, 1862; captured at Port Hudson, Louisiana, July 9, 1863; born in Arkansas, abt 1826; died in Arkansas, March 4, 1900; widow Eliza Pertuis filed Arkansas pension application #24515 from Lincoln county, August 18, 1915; listed in Desha county 1860 census with wife Eliza; occupation farmer.
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Name: Thomas W. CorleyRank: 1st Corporal Company: G
Died 7/22/1862
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Name: Robert Powell WaterfieldRank: 4th Corporal Company: G
Looking for my relative Robert p. Waterfield and where he fought and served in the 18th ARkansas Infantry Regiment and any info. I can get on his service.
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Name: Uriah Nathan TysonRank: Sergeant Company: I
1835-1883 Enlisted on 15 March 1862 in Camden as a Private. Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Nov 1862. Captured at Port Hudson on 9 July 1863.
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Name: Thomas H. HulmeRank: Private Company: K
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