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12th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Franklin Jackson AndersonRank: Private Company: F

Notes from T. G. Bratton, September 15, 1975: In the military records at Little Rock, I found F. J. Anderson, Co. F, 12th Ark. Inf., enlisted July 26, 1861, at Arkadelphia. There were remarks that I could not read. On another card: Claim for deceased soldier, filed by Mary Anderson, widow. Died March 12, 1863 at Arkadelphia. Reported June 1, 1863; returned June 2, 1863. Amount found due, $51.03. Office of Confederate States Auditor for War Dept. Note from Guy Wise, August 11, 1959 Grandpa (F. J. Anderson) died at or near Madison Missouri (at Camp) in 1861, but I don't know the exact date. P. S. Just found it. F. J. Anderson died on December 29, 1861. Notes from handmade book of Memorial Dates of Family of Louella J. Wise: Died in the Southern Army in the year of 1861, month of December, near New Madrid, Missouri.

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