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12th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Francis M StylesRank: Corporal Company: E

STYLES, F.M. Cpl - Enl 20 Jul 1861 at Arkadelphia, AR. Captured 8 Apr 1862 at Island #10 and sent to MP at Camp Douglas, IL 12 Aug 1862 then to Vicksburg, MS and exchanged 23 Sep 1862. Captured 9 Jul 1863 and paroled 12-13 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. Took oath 2 May 1864 at Pine Bluff, AR. Ht 5' 7', eyes blue, hair lt, complx lt, residence: Tulip, AR. -------------------------------- The 12th Regt was organized 27 Jul 1861 and surrendered at Island #10 on 7 Apr 1862. Men who were not captured served with the 3rd and 6th regiments until the 12th regiment was reorganized. Exchanged in late 1862. Reorganized at Jackson, MS 2 Oct 1862. Surrendered at Port Hudson, LA 8 Jul 1863. Paroled later that month. Consolidated with other units and designated as the 2nd Inf Regt Consolidated, Trans-Mississippi Dept 11 Jan 1864. NOTE: Island #10 was a fortified island in the Mississippi River at New Madrid, MO.

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