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24th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
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Name: David Hamilton KuykendallRank: Private Company: H

David Hamilton Kuykendall enlisted in 'H' Company, 24th Arkansas Infantry Regiment on 25 Jun 1862, at Dallas, AR. He was on detached duty with 'H' Company when the rest of the 24th was taken at Arkansas Post, AR., on 1 Jan 1863. Re-enlisted in Company 'E', Hardy's Arkansas Infantry Regiment, which was organized by consolidating the parts of the 19th, (Dawson's), and 24th Arkansas Infantry Regiments, and Crawford's Infantry Battalion not taken at Arkansas Post. He participated in the Red River Campaign, (Mar-May 1864), including the Battle at Jenkin's Ferry on 30 Apr 1864 where he may have been killed in action. David Hamilton Kuykendall was one of 4 brothers to serve in the Confederate Army. Two older brothers, (John Gabriel, 4th Arkansas Infantry Regiment and Spear Fort, 15th Northwest Arkansas Infantry), and one younger brother, (Isaac, 4th Arkansas Infantry). Also 4 brothers-in-law, John R., Joseph, and Thomas Coin, 34th Georgia Infantry, and Samuel Jasper Crossno, Rieff's Mounted Company, Arkansas State Troops and then the 9th Missouri Infantry.

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