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14th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
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Name: George W CampbellRank: Captain Company: D

My direct descendent Great, Great Grandfather. Looking for information on George W. Campbell, Captain, 14th Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, CSA. So far all I can find is that he enlisted served in Company D under Powers and died on December 31, 1862, of disease outside of Mississippi. The Arkansas 14th (Mitchell''s-Powers'') Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861 with 939 officers and men recruited in the northwestern region of the state. They fought at Elkhorn Tavern and later moved east of the Mississippi River. The regiment reported 17 casualties out of the 116 engaged at Iuka, and there were 12 wounded and 2 missing at Corinth. I would like to know where he was buried.

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