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Name: George Washington ClarkRank: Unknown Company:
5th Fla Inf. Co.,​D.,​CSA 8 JUN 1865 POW,​Point Lookout Prison
'Biographical Rosters of Florida Confederate and Union Soldiers' page 499 5th Fla Inf, Co D or 11th Fl Inf Co.G at Madison. He was captured 4/6/1865 at Burkeville and released on oath 6/8/65 Point Lookout Prison
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Name: William Edwin ShulerRank: Private Company:
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Name: William S. NorrisRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William J. SansomRank: Private Company: A
Older brother of my great-great grandfather Bennett T. Sansom who fought in FL 5th Co H., William fought 1862-1865.
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Name: Langley BryantRank: Private Company: B
Langley was 28 years old when he enlisted 6 May 1862 at Lake City, Columbia County Florida. He died in the Exchange Hotel CSA Hospital at Gordonville, Virginia. He is the Father in Law of my 4th cousin 3 x removed Benjamin R Clements of Lake City, Columbia County Florida.
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Name: Coleman GrooverRank: Private Company: B
Was born in Georgia and killed in action - Dec 1864. Looking for grave site. If anyone has any information please e-mail me. Thank you!
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Name: George Washington KeenRank: Private Company: B
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Name: William Haddock LongRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 18 April 1862 at the age of 30.
Wounded in the left arm (lower third amputated) at Culpeper, VA on 1 August 1863.
Received a disability discharge on 1 November 1863.
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Name: Lewis Anderson TyreRank: Private Company: B
Captured at Sharpsburg, MD and later at Gettysburg, PA on July 3, 1863. Remains are buried at Rawhide Cemetery near Jennings, Florida. Cemetery is no longer maintained. A monument was erected at the Dees Cemetery near Jennings, Florida where his wife is buried. Lewis is a brother to Jessie Tyre, Company E 9th Fla Infantry, Benjamin Tyre, Company H 2nd Fla Cavalry, Nathaniel C. Tyre, Company F, 5th Fal Infantry, Solomon Tyre, Company B 10th Fla Infantry and later Company B, 1st Fla Reserves and Hillary Tyre, Company K 1st Fla Cavalry.
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Name: Henery H. NorrisRank: Private Company: C
Henry was wounded on jul 3 at the battle of gettysburg
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Name: Jeremiah Wells AndersonRank: Sergeant Major Company: D
I am a direct descendent of Jeremiah W. Anderson (b. 1834), believed to be 5-6 generations removed. He had a son Berry Patrick Anderson (b. 185?), who had a son named Berry Patrick Anderson Jr.(b. 187?), who had a son Ishom Jeremiah Anderson (my great-grandfather; b. 189?), who had a son Isom James Anderson (my grandfather; b. 1921), who had a son Bucky James Anderson (my dad; b. 1955) and I am Zachary James Anderson (b. 1983). He served in the 5th Florida Infantry regimen. Wounded in the battle of Anteitam and later died under the care of Amanda Licklider, a nurse in Shepherdstown Virginia (now West Virginia). In my family's possession is a letter from Ms. Licklider explaining his injuries and the worries of the time. This was the original source of interest for the family and initiated this geneological exploration. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or additional information. Thanks!
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Name: Arthur A. BrownRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted at Madison, Florida on March 26, 1862. Was wounded on July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg and died on July 14, 1863 from wounds received.
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Name: Hill Bryan CoffeeRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: D
Born 03/01/1827 in Georgia to John E. Coffee (b. 01/03/1782) and Ann Penelope Bryan (b. 09/23/1784). Married Mary Elizabeth Church (b. 01/31/1828)in Georgia 1846. Had three known children. Died April 9,1891 and buried CHERRY LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, Cherry Lake, Madison County, Florida. M225 roll 2

(2nd Cousin 5 times removed)
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Name: Marion Washington PageRank: Sergeant Company: D
Marion Washington Page enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 26, 1862. He joined the Fifth Florida Regiment, Company D, (Captain A. J. Lea) as a Sergeant.

Page was wounded in the right knee in the Battle of Sharpsburg (Antietam), September 17, 1862. His right leg was amputated above the knee. He was discharged on March 13, 1863 as a private.
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Name: Isham PeacockRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted and served in Co.'D' 5th Florida Infantry, no further records.
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Name: James Allen PorterRank: Private Company: D
James Allen Porter born> may 3rd, 1834 enlisted in the spring of 1862 in madison county fl under Capt A.J. Lea in Company D, 5TH Fla Inf where he served until May 1865. James Porter died oct 18th, 1911
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Name: James Hamilton WentworthRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: D
Was captured at Gettysburg during Pickett's charge.
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Name: Joseph P. Loyd/LloydRank: Unknown Company: E
Joseph P Loyd/lloyd enlisted in Capt Holloman's, 5th Fla Infantry, , Feb 28, 1863 in Madison, Fla.

Unit was later consolidated into the 11th Fla Infantry.
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Name: Josiah Lott Warren, Jr.Rank: Sergeant Company: E
Josiah enlisted on 28 Feb 1862 at Madison County Court House to serve three years. He served in Co. E., 5th Regiment, Florida Infantry. He was made Sergeant when he entered but was Private when he died. Following the Battle of Second Bull Run Manassas, Virginia, Josiah was hospitalized in Warrenton Hospital where he died of chronic diarrhea
1862: June 27: Battle of Cold Harbor (Richmond VA), which was the bloodiest battle in the Civil War. Over 1,000 men were sent from Florida to the battle.
1862: August: Battle of Second Bull Run (Manassas, VA)
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Name: Owen WilliamsRank: Private Company: E
Brother of Private John W. Williams, 3rd Florida Infantry, Company G
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Name: William Spear BlountRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 May 1862
Enlisted in Company F, 5th Infantry Regiment Florida on 14 May 1862.
Received a disability discharge Company F, 5th Infantry Regiment Florida on 27 June 1863 in Richmond, VA
Enlisted in Company B, Munnerlyn's Batt Infantry Regiment Florida on 20 May 1864.
Oath Allegiance on 15 May 1865 at Madison, FL
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Name: Jacob S. DexterRank: Private Company: F
Jacob was killed in action 6 May 1864 in the Battle of the Widlerness
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Name: Gabriel W. FairclothRank: Private Company: F
Gabriel is my husbands great, great grandfather. Gabriel died at Howard's Grove Hospital from nephritis. He is buried in an unmarked grave.
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Name: Henry Majors Dickson Bryan HorneRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 March 1862 at the age of 27.
Transferred into Company D, 1st Battalion Infantry Regiment Florida on 1 November 1862.
Transferred into Dyke's Light Artillery Regiment Florida on 9 February 1863.
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Name: James Levi KentRank: Private Company: F
On 14 March 1862, he enlisted at the age of 17 in Jasper, Florida with the 5th Florida Infantry, Company F, CSA. He was wounded at the Battle of The Wilderness on 06 May 1864, at the Battle of North Anna on 25 May 1864, and mustered out on 09 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
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Name: Reason Edon Franklyn SwilleyRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Nathaniel C. TyreRank: Private Company: F
Died in Richmond, Virginia from Variola.
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Name: John Alford BrooksRank: Private Company: G
looking for any info on my gggranfather and any history on this unit
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Name: William J. CarrollRank: Doctor Company: G
trying to trace information on my Gtreat grandfather Dr. William J. Carroll.
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Name: Jasper DenmarkRank: Private Company: G
Formerly in Company M, 2nd Infantry Regiment Florida. Enlisted in Company G, 5th Infantry Regiment Florida on 3 Mar 1862. Left Company G, 5th Infantry Regiment Florida on 15 Apr 1865 after Appomattox surrender.
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Name: George Wilhelm DiceRank: Private Company: G
George Dice was born in 1831, he enlisted for duty for the C.S.A. in Tallahassee, Florida August 20, 1861. He was discharged for an unknown reason and re-enlisted January, 8th, 1862 Company G, 5th Florida Infantry. He fought in numerous campaigns including the Second Bull Run (Manassas)August 28-30 1862, Antietam September 17, 1862, Fredricksburg December 13, 1862, Chancellorsville May 1-4 1863 and finally Gettysburg July 1-3 1863. He was wounded by a gun shot to the shoulder which led to amputation. He was captured and taken prisoner and kept at the Fort Delaware Prison until his release September 14, 1864. He served as page of the body in the Florida Constitutional Convention of 1885. He died January 1900 and is buried at San Pedro Cemetary in Madison County Florida along the old Spanish Trail. I have his original confederate picture and pention papers along with other things.

George Dice is my Great, Great Grandfather. My mothers great grandfather.
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Name: John Perry StricklandRank: 3rd Corporal Company: G
John Perry was one of 3 brothers who joined Capt. Bailey's Co 5th Florida Infantry at Saint Marks Florida on 8 March 1862. It seems that John was 15 and lied about being 16. There are 23 cards in his archival file, mostly very faded. He was captured and exchanged but the details are few. He was in the hospital in the Richmond Va area. Diagnosis unknown. He survived the war and died 7 Oct. 1917 and is buried in Waukeenah, Jefferson County Florida.
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Name: Thomas Ross StricklandRank: Private Company: G
Thomas was about 19 years old from Jefferson County Florida. He and his brothers Nathan Ward, & John Perry Strickland enlisted at St Marys Florida on 8 March 1862 in Capt. Bailey's Company. Thomas has 18 cards in his archival file, most are very faded. He was a patient in the hospital in Richmond Virginia at least twice. He died there probably of disease on 3 Feb. 1863. He is my third cousin 3 x removed. The grandson of Temperance Gandy.
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Name: J J. WillieRank: Unknown Company: G
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Name: William Henry BeckRank: Private Company: H
This is my Gr-Gr-Granddad. He was mustered into the 5th Fla Inf Reg Co. 'H' from Calhoun Co., Fl at a place called Rico Bluffs near Apalachicola, Fl. He was wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg in the abdomen area on July 3rd, 1863. Was subsequently captured and spent many months in several hospitals. He applied for and was granted a war pension by the State of Florida in 1885 and received about two checks before he died form his Gettysburg battlefield wound as stated by the medical examiner.
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Name: George W. BryantRank: Private Company: H
Muster IN 19APR62
Muster OUT 9APR65
Wounded PETERSBURG 30JUL64
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Name: William Thomas GregoryRank: Captain Company: H
We are seeking information regarding our ancestor and his regiment. Thank you.
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Name: Bennett Travis SansomRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: H
He is my great great grandfather. Originally enlisted in 1861, as a private. It was during this time that he fought in the Battle of Santa Rosa Island at Ft Pickins. He mustered out April '62, then back in May ''62 at Rico's Bluff near Tallahassee where he was promoted to sergeant, in the Florida 5th Infantry Company H for the duration of the War. The entire Florida 5th Infantry was sent tto fight along side of General Lee. The bloodiest and worst battles of the war were fought by these men until General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House.
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Name: James G. ShulerRank: Captain Company: H
Promoted from 3rd Lt to Captain; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 1863; captured and died on Johnson's Island Dec 11 1863, Grave 121
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Name: Henry Hill BraswellRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Edwin Riven WillisRank: Private Company: K
Wounded in Picketts Charge resulting in paralysis from waist down.
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