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15th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Henry Cicero GulleyRank: 1st Sergeant Company: F

On 17 Oct. 1861 Henry Cicero Gulley enlisted in the Confederate State Army at Camden,AR. His brother Mathew and a nephew, Thoma H. Purifoy, enlisted at the same time. Their outfit (Company B, 15th Ark. Inf.) was sent to Virginia and on 16 Feb. 1862 in a battle at Fort Donaldson, VA, Henry and his comrades were captured by Union Forces. Henry C. Gulley and Thomas H. Purifoy were sent to a military prison at Camp Butler in Springfield, IL.--- Private H.C. Gulley remained at Camp butler until 23 Sept. 1862 when he was sent to Vicksburg, MS to be exchanged. Following the exchange he was assigned to Company F, 15 Reg't. Ark. Inf. and was promoted to sergeant. On 9 July 1863 Sgt. Gulley was captured at Fort Hudson LA and three days later on July 12th was paroled.

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