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8th Florida Infantry CSA

Name: Philip B. W. SummersRank: Private Company: A
He was in Company A, 8th Florida Infantry; Was captured at Saylor's Creek, Virginia on April 9, 1865, Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
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Name: Ezekiel WimberleyRank: Private Company: B
According to pension papers he was shot through the right shoulder on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg during Pickett's charge causing his arm to become immobile for the rest of his life.
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Name: Arthur CarrawayRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted as a Private on 10 May 1862.
Died of disease on 22 October 1862 at Richmond, VA.
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Name: Joseph HatchRank: Private Company: C
This was my great-great paternal grandfather. (B:15 Aug 1828 in Horry County, South Carolina. D:15 Jul 1904 in Hatchbend, Lafayette County,Florida USA.

Enlisted in Company C, Florida 8th Infantry Regiment on 10 May 1862. Mustered out on 02 May 1864 at Cedar Key, FL.

Married Sarah Jerrells in 1852. They had 4 children Alexander, Elizabeth, William and Missouri Hatch.

Married Martha J. 'Mattie' Lastinger (my gg grandmother) in 1893 had to two children a daughter Sarah 'Sallie Hatch(B:1896) and Joseph Japheus 'Jake' Hatch(my great grandfather) (B:1900)

Physical Description: Height: 5 ft. 6 in., fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair.

Sources:Soldiers of Florida in the Civil War.Biographical Rosters of Florida's Soldiers 1861-1865 and Ancestry.com
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Name: Thomas Tidwell HurstRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Wiley Munroe BlackwelderRank: Corporal Company: D
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Name: James Franklin HullRank: Private Company: D
Born May 10,1842 Columbia Co. Florida. Enlisted the spring of 1861 at Cabbage Bluff on the St. Johns River Volusia Co. Florida. Paroled April 10 1865 at Appomattox Court House Va. Lost the small finger on his left hand at Petersburg Va. Shot in the head above his left eye exiting thru the back of his head at Cold Harbor Va. Died September 12,1926 Buried at Pilgrims Rest Cemetery Ormond Beach Florida.
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Name: William MicklerRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: D
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Name: George Washington BarnesRank: Private Company: E
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Name: William Thomas BarnesRank: Private Company: E
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Name: William Raiford PorterRank: Private Company: E
Born November 11, 1839; place of birth has been reported both as Gadsden County, FL, and Decatur County, GA. Married Elizabeth Winfred Reynolds, June 18, 1857, in Wakulla County, FL. Enlisted May 13, 1862, at Marianna, FL, by Capt. Clarke, for a period of 3 yrs. Bullet wound through lower right leg last day of Battle of Wilderness and sent to hospitals in Richmond. Home on furlough due to wounds at the end of the war. Family legend has it that when he heard the Yankees were marching on Tallahassee, he walked on crutches to Natural Bridge and propped himself against a tree to shoot. Received Florida State Pension claim for CSA service. Died Oct.24, 1909 in Wakulla County, FL (residence at that time was in Ashmore). Buried Bonnett Pond Cemetary. Occupation was farmer. Physical description was 5'8' tall with blue eyes, auburn hair, and fair skin. 8 children
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Name: John Darling DowlingRank: Private Company: F
The information I have states that he mustered as a Private on 17 May 1862, was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863, and held prisoner at Fort Delaware until 1865. He was married on 22 Feb 1855 in Columbia county Florida to Sarah Johns daughter of Riley Johns and Sarah Leigh. He was born on 12 May 1831 in Ware Co. Georgia and died 17 September 1912 in Taylor , Baker County Florida, he was buried in North Prong cemetery, Baker county Florida. Below is a pdf document for the 8th infantry F company muster roll.

http://bookofbowie.net/family/Records/Images/mm830.pdf
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Name: William Clemmons TempleRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 17 May 1862
Enlisted in Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment Florida on 17 May 1862.
Deserted Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment Florida on 01 July 1862.
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Name: John G. GriggsRank: Private Company: G
John G. Griggs Co. G, 8th Inf Sept 62, POW in Maryland, later exchanged
19 March 63, died of fever at Chimborazo Hospital
#5, Richmond, VA
John G. Griggs was the older brother of my GG Grandfather James T. Griggs. The Griggs family moved to Orange County, FL from Hancock County, GA in about 1852. Pvt John G. Griggs' nephew, Charles W. Griggs, of Punta Gorda, FL also served in the FL NG during WWI. I am a 25 yr member of the FL NG and served in OIF.
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Name: Jonathan Clay StewartRank: Captain Company: G
Born in Georgia, JC Stewart grew up in Hamilton and Marion Counties and moved to Orange County in 1854. He was sheriff of Orange County 1856-62 and mustered Co G, 8th Florida into existence in Orlando as its captain on 5/17/62. He served at Second Manasas, Harpers Ferry, and Sharpsburg. On 11/24/62 he dies of pneumonia in Winchester, Va and is burried in the Stonewall cemetery there.
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Name: John James BarrowRank: Private Company: H
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Name: James A. M. BROWNRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: H
James A. M. Brown was my GGreat Grandfather. He received a Florida CSA Pension
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Name: Philip Southwell HiersRank: 1st Sergeant Company: H
I am searching for as much information as I can find on Philip Southwell Hiers. The most information I could find was this: he enlisted as a volunteer May 3, 1862 at old Columbus, Florida, in Co. 'H', 8th Florida infantry Regiment and was elected a sergeant. His brigade (known as Finnigan's Brigade) was in the battle of Gettysburg and several other important battles of the war and virtually all of his company, including himself, was captured near Birdsville, Virginia, April 16, 1865 and were held for a short while in a prisoner-of-war camp at Norfolk, Virginia, but were soon paroled, the war being over.

If anybody could find more detailed information on him, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
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Name: William Joab Wright HorneRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted as a Private on 21 June 1862 at the age of 26.
Transferred to Company B, 10th Florida Infantry Regiment on 25 January 1865.
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Name: John Berlin SniderRank: Private Company: H
John B. Snider (sometimes Snyder) fought at O'Lustee in the Civil War. Prior to that he had seen action in the 3rd Seminole Indian war as a Bugler.
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Name: Isham J. RhodenRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Green William GandyRank: Private Company: K
Green William was 29 years old when he joined at Tampa Florida. Capt Turners Independent Company Vols. Enlisting on 15 May 1862 at Fort Brooks, Tamps Fl. June 1862 his company was at Camp Leon, Oct. 1862 Near Fredricksburg Va. and Jan. 1864 near Petersburg. His Company was mustered into CSA service on 27 Oct. 1862. Green suffered from various afflictions and was hospitalized several times. His Company was captured on 6 April 1865 at Farmville Va. and was sent to City Point where he had to swallow the 'Yellow Dog' and was released.
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Name: Henry James HarnRank: Private Company: K
Killed in Action 2nd Battle of Bull Run August 29, 1862
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Name: Henry Butler HarnRank: Private Company: K
Died at Jordan Springs Army Hospital in Virgina
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Name: Lewis Rayburn ThomasRank: 4th Corporal Company: K
Lewis was about 22 Years old. He was from Tampa, Hillsboro Co Fl. He joined Capt. Turner's Independent Cavalry Troops on 15 Sept. 1861 at Tampa. His horse is valued at $150.00 and equipment at $10.00. This became Co K. He was on detached service since 20 Feb. 1862 hearding beef cattle. He was discharged it seems because he was away so he could rejoin in Co B 7th Florida Infantry. Enlisting 10 March 1862 in Capt. Gettis' Company 7th Fl.Infantry. at Tampa, by Major Thomas for 3 years or the war. He is detailed to drive beef cattle. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed.
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