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31st Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: Alfred Wolfe GrayRank: 1st Corporal Company: B
My Great, Great Grandfather. Killed in action 20 Sept 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga Georgia. Enlisted at Quitman, Arkansas, December 25, 1861; age 37
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Name: Jesse E. MartinRank: Captain Company: B
This is my great-great-great grandfather. He was Captain of Company B.
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Name: Joseph W. BondRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: William J. CullumRank: Captain Company: D
Ive been researching my ancestors and wanted to ad my GGG Grandfather, Captain William J Cullum to his unit.
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Name: David Templeton HumbleRank: Sergeant Company: D
In hospital September 4, 1864 - wounded in right shoulder
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Name: William Perry GillumRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted at Dover, Arkansas, February 1, 1862; age 18; absent, detailed to drive ordnance wagon, February 28, 1863; wounded at Jackson, Mississippi, May 1863; absent wounded in hospital at Lauderdale, Mississippi, June 30, 1863; absent without leave, August 31, 1864; captured with guerrillas in Polk county, Arkansas, November 25, 1864; sent to Little Rock, Arkansas; released on oath of allegiance, May 7, 1865.
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Name: William Henry MarshallRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Thomas B. KirklandRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted March 5, 1862 with his Brother (a year older) William J. Kirkland, Private. William J. Kirkland died of desease August 1, 1862. Thomas B. Kirkland is my GrGrGrandfather.
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Name: William J. KirklandRank: Private Company: G
William J. Kirkland is the Brother of my GrGrGrandfather Thomas B. Kirkland. William J. and Thomas B. Kirkland enlisted March 5, 1862 and both were born at Humphreys Co., TN. William J. Kirkland died of desease on August 1, 1862.
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Name: J A. PhillipsRank: Lieutenant Company: H
Looking for anything on the history of this unit before its consolidation into the 4th....My GGGrandfather Phillips was from St Clair county Mo(Osceola MO) He first served in the Mo state guard with Price... When it disbanded he left Mo and enlisted at Bayou de View, Arkansas, March 1, 1862; age 29; elected first lieutenant, May 26, 1862; wounded in the left arm on a scout, August 20, 1862; left at Barboursville, Kentucky, August 29, 1862, and captured; sent to Cincinnati, Ohio; exchanged, October 20, 1862; absent wounded in Arkansas, February 28, 1863; dropped from the rolls, April 30, 1863....Anything more about him or this unit would be greatly appreciated
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Name: Evan E. ThomasRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Andrew Jackson FordRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: I
Andrew Jackson Ford 31st Arkansas Infantry Co. I. (1815-1867) Born Smith County, Tennessee.
Appointed as a representative to raise troops for Confederate Home Guard in Franklin Twp. Independence County, Arkansas June, 1861.
Corinth Campaign stationed at Jacinto and Rienzi, Miss. Part of McCown's Sharpshooters Brigade.
Battle of Richmond, Kentucky fall of 1862.
Stones River,Tennessee December 1862. Evander McNairs Brigade.
Siege of Jackson, Mississippi.
Chickamauga, Georgia September, 1863. Last account of A. J. Ford is at Brandon, Miss. in Oct. 1863.
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