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Name: J. C. C. CrainRank: Unknown Company:
He is listed as J. C. C. Crain or Crane. His name was John C. Calhoun Crain or Crane. He was originally from Mississippi. He is buried at Beauvoir.
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Name: William Washington ReadhimerRank: Private Company:
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Name: David T. RobinsonRank: Private Company:
David T. Robinson/Robison was the son of Samuel Robinson and Elizabeth Evans. He was born in Marion County, AL. His father died in Mississippi abt. 1848. After his mother's death abt. 1865 in Louisiana, he moved to Texas. He was a doctor and he died in Waco, TX.
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Name: John T. JordanRank: Captain Company: A
John joined at Camp Moore on 13 August in [1st] Co. F. 12th Regt. La. Infantry. This unit became Co A 12th lousiana Infantry.
He was sick his entire time in service, so much so he was ordered home on sick furlogh by Lt. Gen. Pemberton. He returned to his company and was re elected to Capt. Once again he had to be hospitalized and eventually resigned his rank on 14 Oct. 1864 by S.O. 244. He was assigned to the Third Brigade, Loring's Division. He died 2 June 1929 and is buried in Old Pleasant Hill, DeSota Parish La.
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Name: Henry L. SmithRank: Sergeant Company: A
He entered the service Nov 26, 1861 in Columbus, KY but went back to Sabine Parish, LA after the war.
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Name: Benjamin Hill WilliamsRank: Private Company: A
Daniel E. Williams and Benjamin Hill Williams were brothers. Benjamin contracted erysipelas at Fort Pillow in 1862. Daniel was badly wounded at Baker's Creek (Champion's Hill) in 1863. Both men wound up in the hospital at Meridian, MS, where they both made their home after the war. Daniel was my great-great-grandfather.
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Name: Daniel E. WilliamsRank: Private Company: A
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Name: George Green AndersRank: Sergeant Company: B
Anders,George Green., Pvt. Sgt. Co. B. 12th La. Infty. En. Camp Moore, La., Aug. 13th, 1861. Present
on All Rolls to April, 1862. Roll for May and June, 1862, 'Present. Apptd. Sergt. May 10th,
1862.' Rolls from July, 1862, to June, 1863, 'Present.' Roll for July and Aug., 1863, 'Absent
With Leave.' Rolls from Sept., 1863, to Aug., 1864, 'Present.' On Rolls of Prisoners of War
Paroled Greensboro, N. C., April 26th, 1865. Res., _____.
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Brother of William M. Anders
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Name: Jonathan AndersRank: Captain Company: B
Anders, Jonathan, Sgt., Capt. Co. B. 12th La. Infty. En. Aug. 13th, 1861, Camp Moore, La.
Present on Rolls to Oct. 31st, 1861. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, 'Present. Elected 2nd Lt. May
10th, 1862. Previously Sergt.' Rolls from Nov., 1862, to Oct., 1863, 'Present.' Roll for Nov.
and Dec., 1863, 'Absent Without Leave Since Nov. 17th, 1863.' Rolls from
Brother of William M. Anders
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Name: Edwin Raleigh CookRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Samuel Sentinel HudsonRank: Private Company: B
Samuel Sentinel Hudson voluntarily enrolled as a private in Company B of the 12th Louisiana Infantry – Confederate States of America , nicknamed the “Arcadia Invincibles” on August 13, 1861 in Camp Moore, Louisiana (north of the Village of Tangipahoa near Kentwood, Louisiana). On 10 May 1862, he was appointed Corporal, and was wounded in the Second Battle of Corinth on 3 October 1862 and sent to the Confederate hospital in Oxford, Mississippi. He was again wounded on 5 December 1862 at the Battle of Coffeeville in Coffeeville, Mississippi and sent to Oxford hospital, and had his rank reduced to private. Hudson appears Absent Without Leave on the muster rolls for July – October 1863, and reappears on the rolls by November 1863. His military service ended with the surrender of the Confederate Forces on April 26, 1865.
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Name: Benjamin M. McCoyRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Madison PerrittRank: Unknown Company: B
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MADISON PERITT


Madison Perritt, cotton planter, miller and ginner, was formerly a well
known and respected resident of Claiborne Parish, but he is now a permanent
resident of Bienville Parish, La, and one of its best citizens. He was born
in Alabama on February 18, 1838, and his educational facilities were the
common schools where he received a practical education, which he afterward
improved by his own observation and study. He started out for himself
when he donned his suit of gray and shouldered his musket, enlisting in
company B, Twelfth Louisiana Infantry Volunteers, Scott's brigade, Loring's
division, Stuart's corps, Army of Tennessee. Mr. Perritt enlisted in the
spring of 1862, and was sent at once to Grenada, Miss. He took an active part
in the following engagements: Second battle of Corinth, siege of Port Hudson
(two weeks) Resaca, Dalton, Kenesaw Mountain, and all around the city of
Atlanta, Ga. He was in heavy fighting for about three months, and can relate
many interesting anecdotes which occurred while he served the confederacy.
His trials and vicissitudes during this war were very terrible indeed. Time
and time again has he made long weary marches when his bare feet were on the
ground and left the prints in blood. When he finished the terrible Georgia
campaign his regiment was ordered into Tennessee, and the first incident of
note was the capture of 300 'Yanks,' at Ackmoth and l50 more at Tilden.

Mr. Perritt relates many amusing incidents which occurred at the battle of
Nashville. It being his first introduction to that city, and relates them in
such an interesting way that it is a great treat to listen to him. From
Nashville they were ordered back to North Carolina, and the last engagement he
participated in was at Bentonville, of that state. Mr. Perritt has
experienced the terrible ordeal of war in all its phases. When in Mississippi
he was fifer of his regiment, and still has his old army fife. His regiment
was disbanded at Greensboro, N. C., on April 26, 1865, and when the news
reached him of the surrender ho was under detail as assistant surgeon.
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Name: Robert S. TylerRank: Corporal Company: B
looking for information on my great great grandfather he was in the arcadia invincibles.
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Name: Jessee E. BrettRank: Private Company: C
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Name: David BuchanRank: Private Company: C
My GGGrandfather. Died in TN. of Typhoid & pneumonia before 1863.
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Name: John BuchanRank: Private Company: C
Taken as prisoner of war at Vicksburg, Mississippi on July 4, 1863 while under command of Lieut. Gen. John C. Pemberton, C.S.A.
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Name: Joseph William BullockRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: George Pinkney Byrd Rank: 1st Sergeant Company: C
George enllisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana 13 August 1861 in Capt. Benajah D Owen's Co. 12th La. Infantry. His brother in Law Flavious J Matthews enlisted with him. George is in the hospital at Bolivo, Tenn on 25 Oct. 1861. On 11 July 1863 he is captured in action at Jackson, Miss. He is sent to several POW camps on his way to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana. He died of chronic diarrhoea on 6 May 1864. He is buried there at Green Lawn Cem. and moved to Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis, Marion Co Indiana. grave # 884 Deo Vindice
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Name: Flavious J. MatthewsRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: C
Flavious enlisted 13 August 1861 at Camp Moore La. in Capt Benajah D Owen's Co 12th La. Infantry. This unit is also known as 1st Co H and 1st Co M. He was with Allen's Brigade. He was captured and Paroled at Vicksburg, Miss on 4 July 1864. He survived the war and moved his family to Texas
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Name: Oange McCartyRank: Corporal Company: C
Orange died of disease in hospital at Union City, TN on Sept. 12, 1861.
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Name: William McCartyRank: Corporal Company: C
William died July 13, 1862 in a yankee hospital near Douglas, ILL.
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Name: Leroy L. CranfordRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Virgil D. CranfordRank: Corporal Company: E
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Name: Newton McKay SmithRank: Sergeant Major Company: E
lost an arm at Atlanta, survived the war.
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Name: Christopher C. DavenportRank: Captain Company: F
Died after 1889.
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Name: J. H. TraylorRank: Private Company: F
I have recently learned that my great-great-grandfather was a soldier in Co. F, 12th Louisiana Infantry. He lived in Bienville Parish, LA.
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Name: John Fletcher HamiterRank: Unknown Company: G
JFH was the father of my maternal grandfather.
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John Fletcher Hamiter
12th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Company G

John Fletcher Hamiter was born in 1837 in Pickins County, Alabama. He was married to Jenette Asby on 22 March 1860 in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana. He died in 1901 in Polk County, Arkansas and is buried in the Foote Cemetery, Polk County Arkansas.

John enlisted in the Confederate Army at Homer, Louisiana in March 1862 with his brother Samuel Thomas. His younger brother Adam Capers had enlisted in the 12th Louisiana Infantry, Company L in June 1861. The Company departed Homer in March 1862 and joined the 12th Louisiana Infantry at Fort Pillow, Tennesseee in April 1862.

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Name: William R. McMahenRank: Private Company: G
My gg-grandfather on Mother''s side.
Pvt. Co. G, 12th La. Inf. En. March 8 or 13, 1862, Claiborne Par., La.
Rolls from Nov., 1862, to June, 1864, Present. Roll for July and Aug., 1864, Killed in action July 20, 1864, near Atlanta, Ga.

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Name: Christopher Columbus StocksRank: Private Company: G
Christopher was captured at Baker's Creek, April 1863 and sent to Point Lookout prisoner camp in Maryland where he died of pneumonia in December 1863.
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Name: James Peter BarmoreRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Noah B. CokerRank: Private Company: H
Noah was from Bibb County Alabama. Still researching reason for joining 12th LA, beleive it may have something to do with other Coker in 12th
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Name: Andrew Jackson HinesRank: Unknown Company: H
Born in Dale County Alabama

Buried at the Walnut Creek Cemetery near Simsboro LA in Lincoln Parish.
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Name: Absalom B. NorrisRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Joseph Louis RenoRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: H
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Name: Dwight Paisly SmithRank: Sergeant Major Company: H
KIA at Atlanta
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Name: Edward Zed BusseyRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: I
Born in Oct 1836 in South Carolina. Enlisted as a 1st Sergeant, Company I, 12th Louisiana Infantry Regiment in Aug 1861. Promoted to 2nd Lt. in April 1863. Promoted to 1st Lt. sometime between April 1864 and Jan 1865. Surrendered and paroled in North Carolina, April 1865. Died in Lincoln Co., Georgia in Sept 1902.
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Name: Wyley FutrellRank: Private Company: I
Wyley Futrell was my great, great uncle. He was parolled at Greensboro, NC on April 26, 1865.
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Name: Reuben NationsRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted on 13 Aug 1861 Camp Moore, LA.
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Name: Frederick Allen BlanksRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: K
NAME: F.A. Blanks
SIDE: Confederate
REGIMENT STATE/ORIGIN: Louisiana
REGIMENT NAME: 12 Louisiana Infantry
REGIMENT NAME EXPANDED: 12th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry
COMPANY: K
RANK IN: Jr 2 Lieutenant
RANK IN EXPANDED: Junior Second Lieutenant
RANK OUT: First Lieutenant
RANK OUT EXPANDED: First Lieutenant
FILM NUMBER: M378 roll 3
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Name: William Marion ButlerRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted Aug. 13th, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to April, 1863. Roll for May and June, 1863, Absent in Vicksburg since May 16th, 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured and paroled Vicksburg, Miss., July 4th, 1863. Rolls from Sept., 1863, to July, 1864, Absent since capture at Vicksburg. Miss., in Caldwell Par., La. Rolls of Prisoners of War, Paroled Greensboro, N. C., April 26th, 1865.
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Name: Daniel HigdonRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: K
Have little information on this relative killed in 1864, Franklin, TN. Trying to learn more about Higdon and K Company.
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Name: Dempsey Cain MeredithRank: Private Company: K
Native of Caldwell Parish.
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Name: JESSE ROWAN MIDDLETONRank: Private Company: K
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Name: JOHN HIRAM MIDDLETONRank: Private Company: K
HE DIED OF MEASLES COLUMBUS KY
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Name: Donald McDuffie CrowRank: Private Company: L
Crow, Donald Mcd.,Pvt. Co. L. 12th La. Infty. En. Aug. 13th, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Aug., 1863. Roll for Sept. and Oct., 1863, Absent. Furloughed home 40 days Oct. 6th, 1863. Order of Gen. Johnson. Present on all Rolls Nov., 1863, to Aug., 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C., April 26th, 1865.
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Name: James John CrowRank: Captain Company: L
(also Crow, John J.),Pvt. Capt. Co. L. 12th La. Infty. En. Aug. 13th, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to June, 1863. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Present. 1st Sergt. up to July 7th. Detailed Aug. 20th Q. M. Sergt. Present on Rolls Sept., 1863, to Dec., 1863. Promoted from ranks Dec. 17th, 1863, as Capt., order of Gen. Buford. Present on Rolls May, 1864, to Aug., 1864.
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Name: Robert Alexander CrowRank: Captain Company: L
2nd Lt. Capt. Co. L. 12th La. Infty. En. Aug. 13th, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to April, 1863. Roll for May and June, 1863, Absent, sick, at Canton, Miss. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Absent, sick. Died Sept. 12th, 1863, at Atlanta, Ga., of disease. Born Darlington, S. C., occupation school teacher, age 21, eyes gray, hair dark, complexion fair, height 6 ft.
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Name: Thomas E. CrowRank: Private Company: L
Pvt. Co. L. 12th La. Infty. En. March 1st, 1862, Homer, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C., April 26th, 1865.
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Name: Henry Churchill GibsonRank: Private Company: L
Born 1842 in Georgia. Enlisted on 26 Feb 1862 at Homer, Louisiana. Wounded and captured during the Battle of Nashville on 15 Dec 1864. Died of gangrene in Cumberland General Hospital on 22 Dec 1864 from gunshot wound to upper left thigh which fractured his femur. Buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Name: David Matt HaynesRank: Corporal Company: L
David Matt Haynes was my Gr.Gr. Grandfather. He lived in Shongaloo, Louisiana and was a preacher later in life. He died in 1915 and is buried in they Haynes family cemetery in Shongaloo, LA. His unit was called the Claiborne Rangers. They left out of Homer, LA. in 1861 and what few were left returned in 1865 after the war was over.
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Name: Henry J. JohnstonRank: Private Company: L
Am trying to trace Claiborne Rangers movement in the war and need to find Henry's parents who were born in N.C.
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Name: Samuel A. PattonRank: Private Company: L
Samuel Patton enlisted in 1861, with the 12th Louisiana Infantry, company L. Now it is my duty to presreve his legacy,
as an member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans# 1896.
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Name: Alexander SullivanRank: Private Company: L
Would like any information on Alexander, some
of the records show that he was killed in action
and others show that he could have been missing
in action
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Name: George F. GilmoreRank: Private Company: M
My great, great grandfather, probably died at the battle of Island No. 10/New Madrid.
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Name: James Madison ShowsRank: Private Company: M
He fought in several battles under Cptn. McGranie, then was captured. He was taken up to Pt. Lookout in Maryland, where he stayed until the end of the war.
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Name: Henry Clay TannerRank: Private Company: M
My great grand father enrolled at Camp Moore, Louisiana as a Private in Captain Benajah D. Owen's 'Farmer Rangers' recruited in Natchitoches Parish. By the summer of 1862, this company had dwindled in size and was consolidated with the 'Southern Sentinels' from Winn Parish into a new Company C. Present and accounted for through April 1863, he was part of a detail under Captain John A. Dixon (Company C) which was sent back to Vicksburg to escort ordnance supplies out to the regiment camped near Edward's Depot. With the defeat of the Confederate army at Champion Hill on 16 MAY 1863, these detail men were cut off from the regiment and trapped inside Vicksburg during the siege. They were surrendered with the garrison on 4 JUL 1863. The name that appears on his Vicksburg parole certificate is 'H. C. Tanner' and that is how he signed the certificate. The able bodied Vicksburg parolees were released on 10 JUL 1863 and most made their way across the Mississippi River to Louisiana and went home to await a declaration of exchange which would permit them to return to duty. Captain Dixon sent out word in early 1864 for the members of his detachment of Vicksburg parolees to report into parole camp at Vienna, Louisiana to be ready for exchange. A list of all who had reported before 1 APR 1864 was sent to the War Department in Richmond. Henry C. TANNER's name was on this list. These men were eventually declared exchanged and returned to duty at the end of the summer of 1864. He reported into the Federal parole center at Monroe, Louisiana and was released on parole 9 JUN 1865. He gave his place of residence at the time as Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
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Name: Thomas M. TannerRank: Private Company: M
My great grandfather's brother, Tanner, Thomas M., Pvt. 1st Co. M, 12th La. Inf. En. Aug. 13, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Roll to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Present. Rolls April, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, sent to Hospl., Meridian, Miss., sick, April -, 1863. Absent, sent to Hospl., sick, Macon, Ga., July 13, 1863. Roll Sept., 1863, to Dec., 1863, Present. On Register of 1st Miss. C. S. A. Hospl., Jackson, Miss., Admitted April 21, 1864. Returned to duty May 3, 1864. Roll May and June, 1864, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1864. The 12th fought at Jackson before joining the Army of Tennessee at Resaca in early May, 1864.
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