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6th Missouri Infantry CSA

Name: George Arthur Thomas ShirleyRank: Sergeant Company:
George Arthur Thomas Shirley of Clarks Fork, MO was a Baptist, Democrat, and slave owner, (1860 census Pisgah Post Office)

He married Cornelia Bear on October 26 1853, in 1860 he was living with his brothers-in-law John and Wes who enlisted in the Confederate Cavalry. There are references to him as being a sergeant in the 1st MO Volunteer Infantry Co. F. He was brevetted to the rank of Lieutenant. At Vicksburg his unit was consolidated with the 6th Infantry and was at the Stockade Redan, site of the heaviest fighting before the siege
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Name: William Hezekiah OldhamRank: Captain Company: A
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Name: John McLaughlinRank: Private Company: B
Killed in battle May 20, 1864
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Name: James T. RagsdaleRank: Corporal Company: B
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Name: Charles Edward St. ClairRank: Private Company: B
Mr. St. Clair was my Great Grandfather on my mother's side. He was captured at the Battle of Fort Blakeley (Mobile) on Apr. 9, 1865 and was imprisoned on Ship Island off the coast of Mississippi. He died in 1923 and is buried in the Blue Springs (Missouri) Cemetery.
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Name: Bushrod BorumRank: Corporal Company: C
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Name: Nelson w.g MccainRank: Private Company: D
BATTLES IN; FREDERICKTOWN, SIKESTON, NAVEL ENGAGEMENT FORT PILLOW,IUKA, CORNITH, WHERE WOUNDED,PORT GIBSON, BAKERS CREEK, BIG BLACK,VICKSURG, GA-CAMP. 1864,ALLATOONA, FRANKLAN.
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Name: Smith MintonRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Pryor Lee RiceRank: Private Company: E
A native of Jackson County, Mo., he enlisted in Confederate (State) service just in time to participate in the Battle of Lexington, Mo. in September of 1861. He went on to be present for the actions at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern (March 1862), Iuka, Miss. (September 1862) and Corinth, Miss (October 3, 1862) where he was seriously wounded. He died at Iuka at the end of November.
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Name: Francis Marion BonnellRank: Corporal Company: G
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Name: Henry L. KerleyRank: Private Company: K
My Gr Gr uncle:)
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Name: M H. PankeyRank: Private Company: K
Only one card is on file for M.H Pankey. His name appears on a Receipt given by Maj. N.G. Watts, CSA agent for Exchange to Capt W. W. Bickford , USA. , agent for exchange, for Confederate prisoners of war receivedon board Steamer Metropolitan, near Vicksburg, Miss., Dec 4, 1862. His unit was in the Battles at Fort Pillow, Corinth, Fort Gibson, and Bakers Creek
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