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3rd Arkansas Infantry USA

Name: WILLIAM E. GREGORYRank: Private Company: A
Gregory, William E
Private—Enlisted in Co. L, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Latonia, Arkansas, July 1, 1861; transferred to Co. A, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, September 25, 1862; paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, April 12, 1865; born in Mississippi, c1842; buried in Trafalgar Cemetery in Ashley county; married Martha Ann Green in Ashley county, January 8, 1867; filed Arkansas pension application #4321 from Drew county, August 16, 1901; listed in Ashley county 1860 census; occupation farmer; brother of Private Joshua G. Gregory.
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Name: Joseph FryRank: Private Company: C
Fry, Joseph
Private—Enlisted in Co. C, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Monticello, Arkansas, June 10, 1861; wounded in the right eye and left hip and captured at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17, 1862; confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland, until exchanged in October 1862; discharged for disability, June 21, 1863; born in Murray county, Tennessee, c1827; married Cena Bardin in Ashley county, Arkansas, October 11, 1863; listed in Ashley county 1860 census; occupation farmer
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Name: Benjamin J. PerryRank: 1st Corporal Company: E
Enlisted June 20, 1861 and served until April 9, 1861. Wounded near Charles City Road, Virginia on March 6, 1865; and was listed as ''killed and died of wounds'' an a May 6, 1865 report (obviously in error). He was paroled at the headquarters of the U.S. 16th Army Corp., office of the Provost Marshall, Montgomery, Alabama. (Since his wife since August 26, 1864, at Sandy Ridge, Lowndes County, Alabama, was in that area I assume that when wounded he was given a furlough to recover at his home [his home was in Champognole, Ark., but his wife was living with her family at that time.)
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Name: Charles A. JeffriesRank: Private Company: G
Jeffries, Charles A “Charlie”
Private—Enlisted in Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Three Creeks, Arkansas, December 19, 1862; wounded in the right leg and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863; confined at Davids Island, New York, until paroled on August 24, 1863; absent without leave, October 12, 1863; dropped from the rolls, August 31, 1864; enlisted in Co. I, 10th Arkansas Cavalry, in Union county, Arkansas, December 5, 1863; captured at Longview, Arkansas, March 29, 1864; confined at Rock Island, Illinois; exchanged at Red River Landing, Louisiana, March 4, 1865.
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Name: John F. LowryRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: G
Lowry, John F
Private—Enlisted in Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Three Creeks, Arkansas, June 19, 1861; promoted second corporal; promoted third sergeant, April 14, 1862; wounded in the hand at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863; furloughed to Jackson, Mississippi; born in Mississippi, c1839; listed in Union county 1860 census; occupation farmer; brother of Private Samuel M. Lowry.
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Name: Leander S. LowryRank: Private Company: G
Lowry, Leander S
Private—Enlisted in Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Goldsboro, North Carolina, June 15, 1862; captured at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17, 1862; paroled at Camp Chase, Ohio, October 1862; born c1845.
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Name: Robert James LowryRank: Private Company: G
Lowry, Robert James
Private—Enlisted in Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Three Creeks, Arkansas, March 1, 1862; appointed musician and transferred to regimental band, September 1863; paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, April 12, 1865; born in Mississippi, c1836; listed in Union county 1860 census with wife Olivia E.; occupation farmer; bought land in Union county in 1860.

Texas CSA Pension Files, page 279
Lowry, Robert James, A-22856, Dallas Co.
Lowry, Mary, A-37241, hus. Robert James, Dallas Co.
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Name: Samuel Maxwell LowryRank: Private Company: G
Lowry, Samuel M
Private—Enlisted in Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Three Creeks, Arkansas, March 1, 1862; died of disease at Richmond, Virginia, April 14, 1862; born in Louisiana, c1841; listed in Union county 1860 census; occupation farmer; brother of Private John F. Lowry.
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Name: Wiley Clark PresleyRank: Private Company: G
Wyley C. Presley (First_Last)
Regiment Name 3 Arkansas Cavalry.
Side Union
Company G
Soldier's Rank_In Pvt.
Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt.
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Notes
Film Number M383 roll 3

ARKANSAS DAMNED YANKEES- AN INDEX TO UNION SOLIDERS IN ARKANSAS REGIMENTS
WYLEY C PRESLEY,3rd ARK CAV PVT/PVT 18 AUG 1864 LEWISBURG,ARK 46 PUTNAM CO GA COMPANY G.

Wiley Clark Presley was not serving on either side of the Civil War,The Yankees came to his home and forced him to join the Union Army by hanging him up by his thumbs and beating him,forcing him to join the Union Service.

Wiley Clark Presley Parents,, Moses Presley and Nancy Leonard
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