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9th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: George F. HeddenRank: Private Company: A
My Great Uncle, a brother to Aaron Hedden (my Great Grand Father) old geneology records resurched by my cousion Benieta Harbor years ago only mentioned George in one, she could never find mention of George again. I found out why, he was killed in the Battle of Shiloh.
George F. Hedden was organized at Grapevine, Arkansas on June 9, 1861, and mustered onto Confederate service at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on July 25, 1861, for twelve months' service.
He was killed in action April 6, 1862 at age 18 in one of the Civil Wars' Bloodest Battles at the age of 18.
Sam and Elizabeth Hedden (father/mother)moved from Tennessee to Arkansas between 1833 and 1843. Aaron was born in Tennessee in 1833, and the next child listed was George, born in Arkansas in 1843. They settled in Greenbrier, Faulker County, Arkansas and listed in the 1850 Arkansas Census.
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Name: George R. EllisonRank: Private Company: B
George was one of three brothers who served in the Arkanas Infantry. Hs two other brothers; Benjamin & James Ellison were in the 26th Arkansas Infantry.
George died f pneumonia in the Nashville, Tn hospital in 1862.
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Name: Dock OwenRank: Private Company: B
Hinson Hyde (dock) Owen was my great great grandfather he started in co. b (old) and was transfered into co. f before being released under surgical disability. he then went back home and joined co.f the holcombs legion in s.c. where he then went on to be wounded in the second battle of manassas (bull run) where he was once wounded again by a piece of artillery shell the 30th day of august 1862. he served with his brother, Davy (D.L.Owen) Dock lived on to be the coroner in green county,S.C. until Sept. 1919 at 83 years old. he past away on January 5, 1920 at 84 and is buried at Poplar Springs Baptist Cem. in Laurens county, S.C. While he was in service he also wrote a book called (Campfire stories, and remeberances)
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Name: George Washington ThomasRank: Private Company: B
George enlisted on 25 July 1861 at Pine Bluff Ark. in Capt. Isom's [Cut-Off Guard] Ark. Infantry. This unit becomes the [Old] Co. B 9th Regt. Arkansas Infantry. George is seriously wounded at Corinth, Miss. He is sent home for a long recovery. He is back with his unit in Sept. 1864. He is assigned as a woggoner for his unit. He is captured on the 15th of Dec. 1864 near Nashville, Tenn. On 22 Dec. 1864 hs is a POW at Camp Douglas Ill. He is released on 20 June 1865.
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Name: William A. ThomasRank: Private Company: B
William was a brother to G.W.Thomas of this unit. He enlisted with G.W at Pine Bluff on 25 July 1861 and mustered in the same day. This was the [ Cut off Guards ] which became old Co B. 9th Ark Infantry. William died in battle at Moscow , Ky. 23 Nov. 1861. His effects were turned over to his brother G.W. It consisted of $34 pay and $25 for clothing.
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Name: John Calvin GriffinRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted 25 Jul 1861 for one year in Co. C, 9 Arkansas Infantry (Henry's Hornets), Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Several furlough's for being sick. Following his discharge he was on his way home when he was bushwacked and thrown in a well (another version says he was found in a cornfield). He was identified by the shirt he was wearing as it had been repaired by his wife while he was on leave.
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Name: John Calvin GriffinRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted as a Pvt., July 25, 1861 in Pine Bluff, AR for a period of one year. Appears to have re-enlisted as he is on the muster roll in October 1863. Discharged due to chronic illness. Was bushwacked on the way home and his body was found in a well. He was recognized by a button on his shirt that had been put there by his wife when she mended his shirt during a furlough.
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Name: Joshua M. LovelessRank: Unknown Company: C
Joshua M. fought in the 9th Arkansas Infantry, Co. C , which mustered out of Jefferson County, AR. Sadly, Joshua died in a hospital in Lauderdale Springs, MS, on September 18, 1863.

His brothers George W. and John W. served with Owens Battery, Ark. Light Artillery, AKA Monticello Battery, AKA the Drew Battery.
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Name: Stephen Henry KingRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Francis Marion BrantleyRank: Private Company: E
I am attempting to find information on Francis Marion Brantley's three older brothers, 1) William Weakley Brantley (served with Crawfords Regt. from Bradley County, Arkansas wife's name Emily Jane Pirtle. 2) Jesse J. Brantley, 3) Samuel Brantley. All three were killed or died in the war. I have hit dead ends on their service. Any help would be appreciated. I am the Great Grandson of Francis Marion Brantley.
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Name: John Robert JordanRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Nimrod Whitfield ThompsonRank: Musician Company: G
b. 9 Jul 1843
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Name: William Henry ThompsonRank: Corporal Company: G
b. Nov. 13, 1840 Hartsville, TN
d. June 20, 1923 Warren, Bradley County, AR
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Name: Samuel Jackson HarrisRank: Private Company: I
Samuel joined the 9th AR Vol. Inf. on July 27, 1861 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He enlisted in (old) Co.I, or 'McCulloch's Guards', under the command of a Cpt. George F. Bayne.

On April 19, 1862 he was transferred to Co.A, or 'Bradley Guards', and stayed with them up until the surrender in North Carolina in 1865.

He was said to have played the fiddle left-handed (using the bow in his left hand and playing over the bass), which is very unusual.
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Name: John Calvin PerryRank: Private Company: J
John Calvin has but one card in his file. In Co. J [new] 9th Arkansas Infantry. New cards filed with Co G. 2nd Confederate Infantry 25th Miss. Infantry. He was the brother in law of George Washington Thomas in Co. B this Regiment.
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Name: Robert Marion RobertsRank: Private Company: K
Robert M. Roberts was originally from Selma Alabama. He and two brothers walked to Ashley county Arkansas in the late 1850's. He enlisted in Co. K of the 9th Arkansas when it was formed in 1861. He fought through the entire war and was present at Appomattox for the surrender.
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Name: Robert L. ScriberRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted: 2/10/1863 at Elon, AR for 3 years or the duration of the war. Age at Enlistment: 34. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War: Captured at Columbia, TN on 12/19/1863; Transferred to the U. S. Military Prison at Camp Chase, OH. Forwarded to City Point, VA for exchange on 2/25/1865. Admitted to a C.S.A. Army Hospital at Richmond, VA on 3/9/1865 for a routine evaluation and discharged on a furlough of 30 days. Admitted to a C.S.A. Army Hospital at Grenada, MS on 5/22/1865. Rolls of Prisoners of War, C.S.A: Surrendered at Citronelle, AL on 5/4/1865; Paroled at Grenada, MS on 5/22/1865. Residence: Ashley County, AR. Born: Louisiana.
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