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15th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Mathew B. GulleyRank: Private Company: B

On 17 Oct. 1861, he enlisted in the Confederate States Army at Camden AR. He, his brother Henry and a nephew Thomas H. Purifoy, enlisted together and were assigned to Company B, 15th Ark. Inf. On 16 Feb 1862 all three were captured in a battle at Fort Donaldson VA. Henry and Thomas were sent to a military prison at Camp Butler, Springfield IL, but Mathew, who was wounded, was sent to a military hospital in St. Louis, MO. His death in the hospital is recorded on a certificate.--- Private Mathew B. Gulley is buried in Grave No. 4991 in the National Cemetery in St. Louis, MO.--- GULLEY, M.B. Pvt, 15th (Johnson's), CSA d. 16 Mar 1862 #4991, National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks, MO--- GULLEY, M.B. Pvt - Enl 17 Oct 1861 at Camden, AR. Died POW 16 Mar 1862 in General Hospital, St Louis, MO. Claim filed 16 Dec 1862 by John Gully Sr, father.

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