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15th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Pinkney Burr JonesRank: Sergeant Company: F

He was 16 when he enlisted in the Confederate Army 4 Oct. 1861 at Camden AR. He was a private in Company F, 15th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry; and served therein to the end of the war. On 16 Feb. 1862 he, along with many others, was captured in a battle near Fort Donelson VA and was sent as a P.O.W. to Camp Butler, Springfield IL. On 23 Sept. 1862 he was sent to Vicksburg MS to be exchanged. He rejoined Co F 15th AR Inf., was promoted to sergeant and on 27 May 1863 was captured again, this time near Port Hudson LA. He was paroled 9 July 1863, exchanged and rejoined his company prior to Nov. 1863. He was captured a third time, at Tuscaloosa AL, 18 May 1865, and was paroled the same month.

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