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5th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: David C. CROSSRank: Colonel Company:
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Name: William Wade WebbRank: Private Company: B
Entered service to the C.S.A. June 1861 at Wittsburg, Arkansas. Reported wounded 22 July, 1864, at the Battle of Bald Hill (Govan's Brigade) near Atlanta. Sent to hospital. Took the Oath 19 May, 1865 at Newberne, North Carolina. (Also born in North Carolina) Lived after the War near Madison Arkansas, at the 'Big Eddie' section of the St. Francis River. W.W. Webb's Son, Remington Pender Webb, had a daughter, Helen Peterson(Webb) who was my Grandmother. She married James Tony Peterson. Their son, James B.R. 'Rick' Peterson, born near the 'Big Eddie' on the St. Francis River in a houseboat, one of 11 children, was my Father. Helen and J.T. Peterson moved to Hayti Mo. Sometime in the late 1930's. Helen and J.T. are buried in Kennett Mo. James 'Rick' Peterson Died March 1989, of Webster Groves and St Clair Mo. is buried near Holland Mo. Any further information on W.W. Webb's CSA service and family would be most welcome.
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Name: Theophilus CaldwellRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Alexander GordonRank: Private Company: C
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Name: George Madison LangstonRank: Private Company: C
He and his brother and two cousins enlisted in Warren Arkansas. He was the only one to survive. He was wounded at Chicamauga. He died at age 38 and is buried in Greenbriar Arkansas
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Name: Calvin Henry HarrisRank: Sergeant Company: F
died Sept 19, 1863 Chickamauga, Confederate Honor Roll
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Name: Benjamin Wesley MerrittRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Andrew Jackson BarhamRank: Unknown Company: K
Andrew Jackson Barham was my Great Grandfather.
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