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8th Arkansas Infantry CSA

Name: SYT CarterRank: Surgeon Company:
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Name: David Crocket GriffithRank: Private Company:
I need more information on my gg Grandfather, I am trying to jion the S.C.V.. Please let me know if you can help. Thanks
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Name: Marg Mary YoungRank: Unknown Company:
We are looking for any information on Dr. Benjamin Franklin Young from Wisconsin who was a surgeon in the US Civil war, born 1816.


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Name: Egbert Reyes WilliamsRank: Private Company: A
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Name: WILLIAM C. ACREERank: Private Company: B
William C Acree Private Enlisted at Eudora,Arkansas February 26,1862,detailed as carpenter,July 1862.born in North Carolina 1822,listed in Chicot Co Arkansas 1860 with wife Elizabeth,Occupation-Carpenter
William C Acree born Jan 1822 NC died aft 1900 Red River Co TX
married Jan 22,1855 Mississippi Elizabeth Price born 1838 MS two girls,Jennie and Mary
William C Acree married Dec 23,1866 Red River Co TX Amanda Jane Oliver born Mar 11,1839 Madison Co TN died aft 1900 Red River Co TX Children,Lizzie,Penolpe Drew,John R,Artis C,Robert Lee,Milton G.
William C Acree,Amanda Jane Oliver Ancestors of Tressie Lavone
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Parents of William C Acree were John B Acree and Martha Patsy Acree who were distant cousins













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Name: Robert Carter AdamsRank: Sergeant Company: B
Age 21. Enl 6 Jul 1861 at Jacksonport, AR. Wounded 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, GA. Captured Jan 1865 at Murfreesboro, TN and sent to MP at Camp Butler, IL. Paroled at Camp Butler, IL.
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Name: Levin H. CoveyRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Daniel Battle ScarboroughRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted 5 March 1862
Eudora, Chicot, Ark
Captured at surrender of Port Hudson, LA 9 July 1863
Paroled at Port Hudson, LA 13 July 1863
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Name: Washington H. ScarboroughRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted at Eudora, Arkansas, February 26, 1862. Captured at surrender of regiment at Port Hudson, Louisiana, on July 09, 1863. Paroled on July 10, 1863.


Born 1836 in Alabama. Son of John Wesley Scarborough Jr and Lydia Morgan.

Moved to West Carrol Parish, Louisiana after the war.
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Name: William Thomas GlennRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted on July 17, 1861 at Jacksonport, Arkansas. He was killed on April 6, 1862 in battle at Shiloh, TN.
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Name: James A. MeachamRank: Private Company: C
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Name: James A. ByrdRank: Unknown Company: D
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Name: William Franklin ThompsonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: D
Great Site, Thanks for having it here. William Franklin Thompson,my Great-Great Grandfather came from Greene County, Arkansas and was voted in as a 2nd Lieutenant in Company D.
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Name: Joseph JonesRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Green WoodRank: Sergeant Company: E
Enlisted in the CSA in Jonesboro, Craighead County, AR on March 11, 1862. He was assigned to 8th Arkansas Infantry Battalion, Company E, under the command of his brother, Captain Joel Gilmore Wood. He was promoted to Company Sergeant.
Following the surrender of the battalion at Port Hudson and subsequent parole, Green joined his brother Joel once more and signed up with Comapny A of the 7th Arkansas Cavalry Battalion (Davies' Battalion). Joel was named Captain of Company A and Green appointed sergeant. He continued his service with this unit until the end of the war, receiving his final parole at Wittsburg.
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Name: Joel Gilmore WoodRank: Captain Company: E
Joel Gilmore Wood enlisted in Craighead County, Arkansas on March 11, 1862. His company completed its organization in March 1862 and Joel Wood was elected Captain. The Company was assigned to Lieutenant-Colonel Batt L. Jones’ 8th Arkansas Infantry Battalion as Company F (Wood’s Rifles) on April 9. As a result of the battalion’s reorganization a month later, Wood’s Rifles was re-designated as Company E on May 10, 1862 with Joel remaining as captain of the company. In October, 1862, the battalion was assigned to Cabell’s Brigade, Price’s Corps, and covered the Confederate withdrawal from the battle of Corinth. The battalion suffered significant losses in this rear-guard action of October 5, 1862. The battalion was then transferred to the brigade of Brigadier-General William Nelson Rector Beall in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and formed part of the garrison of Port Hudson, Louisiana. They endured the siege of that place from May to July, 1863, only surrendering when the fall of Vicksburg rendered the defense of Port Hudson irrelevant. The garrison capitulated on July 9, 1863. This company did not rejoin the battalion after the surrender at Port Hudson.

Captain Wood returned to northeast Arkansas and organized Company A, Davies’ 7th Arkansas Cavalry Battalion, in Craighead and Greene counties, and several members of his former company enlisted. It was organized with 5 companies (at least). The battalion was surrendered by Jeff Thompson on May 11, 1865. It's only assignments were: Northern Sub-District of Arkansas, District of Arkansas, Trans-Miss (Apr 1865) Northern Sub-District of Arkansas, District of Arkansas and West Louisiana, Trans-Miss (Apr-May 1865). Joel Gilmore Wood received his official parole on May 25, 1865 at Wittsburg, Arkansas.
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Name: Calvin Wooten BowmanRank: Sergeant Company: F
Killed Feb 1, 1863.
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Name: John Hester BowmanRank: Lieutenant Company: F
Paroled in 1865 by military convention.
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Name: Seaborn A. HaleyRank: Corporal Company: F
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Name: Thomas Alford HaleyRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Nathaniel I. HammondRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
captured Franklin Tenn released N.J. N.J.
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Name: William Jasper LangstonRank: Private Company: F
William Jasper Langston enlisted in Captain Barnett''s Company, (McCarver''s 14th Arkansas Infantry on 23 Sept. 1861 at Pocahontas, Ark. Companies A,B,E and H were detached from the regiment under Major Kelly''s command and designated as the 9th Ark. Inf. Battalion in Jan. 1862. These companies were further consolidated to become the new companies F and G of the 8th Ark. William served from the date of his enlistment thru Feb. 29 1864.
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Name: William Christopher QuisenberryRank: Private Company: F
Christopher was 25 Years old. He enlisted on 23 Sept. 1861 at Pocahontas, Ark. in the [new] Co F 8th Regiment Ark. Inf. He was sick in the City Hotel Hospital in Atlanta Ga. He is assigned as a nurse at that hospital on 9 March 1863 by order of Gen. Bragg. He was taken Prisoner on 6 May 1865 and released after swallowing the yellow dog on 29 May 1865. His wife filed for and received a pension based on his service.
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Name: George L. ReevesRank: Private Company: F
George was listed as AWOL on the bi-monthly reports for March through September 1862, but then is listed as in the hospital by order of the regimental surgeon Oct 10, 1862. He continued being listed in the hospital until dropped from the rolls during the July - August 1863 reporting period. No further record has been found (military or civilian) and it is presumed he died in the service.
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Name: William Elgin ReevesRank: Private Company: F
William died in a military hospital at Tunnel Hill Ga. from chronic diarrhea Nov 22 1862
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Name: John R.B. LancasterRank: Unknown Company: G
He inlisted in July 1861 and served until the Battle of Chickamauga where he was seriously wounded.
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Name: Andrew Jackson WilliamsRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Benjamin Franklin YoungRank: Sergeant Company: G
Per his Arkansas Pension application. he was wouned at the battle of New Hope churche in Georgia,27 may 1865,shot thru neck and ear. and at Franklin Tenn. 30 nov 1864 shot thru left elbow.
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Name: John M. ElliottRank: Private Company: H
John M. Elliott enlisted in Co. H 8th Arkansas Infantry on December 12, 1861 at Pocahontas, Ark. He served from this date thru Chickamauga where he was captured.
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Name: John Carson ArmstrongRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted under J.C. Armstrong 16 Nov. 1861 @ Pocahontas, AR, wounded 19 Sep 1863 @ the battle of Chickamauga, GA.
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