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1st Battalion Infantry USA

Name: Elijah JamesRank: 1st Lieutenant Company:
1st Battalion Company C Arkansas Volunteers
Mustered at Helena, Ar July 20,1862
Sent to Benton Barracks, St Louis, Mo Oct. 1862
Died Nov. 14, 1862 Typhoid Fever
1st buried in Wesleyan Cemetery (#2)
Moved to Jefferson National Cemetery

Home: Sharp County, Ark Jane Goodwin James, Wife 9 Children
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Name: Scarlet Anderson HillRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted in Company B, Arkansas 1st Infantry Battalion on 10 June 1862.
Died on 21 November 1862 at St Louis, MO.
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Name: Nathan WilliamsRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: B
Enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant on 20 July 1862 at the age of 27.
Commission in Company B, 1st Battn Infantry Regiment Arkansas on 20 July 1862.
Mustered out on 31 December 1862.
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Name: Hawkins BrowningRank: Private Company: C
1st ARKANSAS BATTALION INFANTRY (SIX MONTHS) Died at Benton Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. December 12, 1862. Named in the Roll of Honor # 10, Names of Soldiers Who Died in Defence of the American Union. Missouri page 43, number 328.
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Name: John BrowningRank: Private Company: C
1st ARKANSAS BATTALION INFANTRY (SIX MONTHS)
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Name: John Smith BrowningRank: Private Company: C
1st ARKANSAS BATTALION INFANTRY (SIX MONTHS) Went by the name of Smith
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Name: William BrowningRank: Private Company: C
1st ARKANSAS BATTALION INFANTRY (SIX MONTHS)
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Name: Thomas Jefferson JamesRank: Private Company: C
18 yr old Jefferson enlisted with father June 20, 1862 Mustered out July 20, 1862. Marched to Helena, Ar from Batesville, Ar
1st Battalion was ordered to Sulphur Springs, but the unit was not healthy enough to perform duties. All sent to Benton Barracks, St. Louis, Mo by steamer (Edward Walsh for most). Jefferson was mustered out Dec 31, 1862 but never returned home. Family lore says he was captured by CSA and starved to death on ship before prisoner exchange with Union...trying to find any hint of him. (Not the TJ James listed that went to Okl with Mo wife.) Sharp Co. Ark (lawrence Co then) See FB CedarGrove/Mobley Historical Preservation Page.
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Name: Andrew Jackson ThomasRank: Private Company: C
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