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7th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: Elijah MossRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: John C. RoachRank: Private Company:
Killed, April 6, 1863, Battle of Shiloh, TN
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Name: Junius FergusonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: James Wilson TackettRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William Dean RutledgeRank: Private Company: E
William Dean Rutledge and Susan V. Johnson. William was with the 7TH SHAVER'S ARK INFANTRY REGIMENT CSA
Company E. William is buried in Bell County Texas in 1908. My great great G-Mother is Alice V. Rutledge Banks. Married to William M. Banks.
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Name: Jonathan C. HaneyRank: Private Company: G
Jonathan Haney, b. 4 June 1845, Coffee Co., Tennessee, was the g-grandfather of my wife Davy Jean (Anderson) Denison.

(NOTE: Jonathan Haney initially joined for duty and enrolled July 26, 1861, for 12 months. He served with 7th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, raised by COL Robert G. Shaver, and was, reportedly wounded during the fighting April 6-7, 1862 at Shiloh. He was discharged 26 July 1862 'by reason of being under 18 years of age.' Later, he enlisted with and served with 'Marmaduke's Cavalry Command' until he was paroled in June 1865.)

Sources: Company Muster Rolls for July 26 - Aug. 31, 1861; for Aug. 31 - Oct. 31,1861; dated Dec. 31, 1861; for Dec. 31, 1861 - Feb. 28, 1862; for Feb. 2 - Apr. 30, 1862; and for Apr. 30 - June 30, 1862; Discharge and Pay Voucher dated 26 July 1862; Application for Confederate Soldier's Pension dated October 16, 1922, Cleveland Co., Oklahoma.
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Name: Samuel Henry MiserRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Benjamin D. CampbellRank: Private Company: H
Benjamin (B.D.) was from Franklin County, TN and joined the 7th Arkansas Infantry in Arkansas. Wounded and captured near Nashville, TN on 16 Dec 1864. Imprisoned in Union POW camp near Chicago until paroled. Now buried in the Confederate portion of the Winchester City Cemetery, Winchester, TN.

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Name: Newton C. HalpainRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Ephriam Hiram JonesRank: Unknown Company: H
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Name: James Monroe RiggsRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: H
James Monroe Riggs enlisted in Company H, 7th Arkansas Infantry on 26 July 1861 at Camp Shaver as 2nd Lieutenant. He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant on April 16, 1862. His company saw action at Shiloh. He completed his enlistment and was discharged on 16 May 1862. After visiting his family, he returned and enlisted in the 27th Arkansas Infantry, Company I as Captain of the company. He was later promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and transferred to Field and Staff. He survived the war and died in Center, Texas in 1912.
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Name: Philip Washington HarrisonRank: Private Company: K
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Name: James F. RedusRank: Private Company: K
Co.K was also known as the 'Arkansas Guard' formed near Batesville in 1861.Commander was Col.Robert G. Shaver(Fighting Bob).James F. Redus enlisted at Camp Shaver near Pocahontas in Randolph county.
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Name: Harvey Cornelius WaidRank: Private Company: K
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