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6th Florida Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Thomas Lampkin DavisRank: Musician Company: K

ANY information on this Company or Regiment would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks! Born: 16 SEP 1843 Lee County, GA Moved to Jackson County FL 16 MAY 1853 Mustered in MAR 1862 Listed as 02 APR 1862 by USAG @ Apalachicola Arsenal , Chattahoochee, FL in K Co, 6th FLA VOL INF under CPT A. McMillan (CO) GEN Finlay (RCO) Last available muster rolls (JAN and FEB 1864, was present for duty) Wounded (left leg 2” above ankle) in Resaca Ga, 14-15 MAY 1864 19 SEP 1864 was home to convalesce until the close of the war Battle of Marianna 27 SEP 1864 (possible Federal force that captured TL Davis) Home on furlough and captured by raiding party from USS ____ in Florida, 1864 St. Andrews Bay – Strapped to the guns and later imprisoned on an island (Pensacola/Ft. Pickens??) until cessation of hostilities. Released at Columbus, GA APR 1865 The required to give oath of amnesty Fall 1865 Held Pension on 02 JUL 1907 Request made for proof of POW status to the USAG on 24 AUG 1914 Approved pension on 18 SEP 1914 for $150 Widow’s Pension approved on 02 FEB 1924 for $300 to Mrs. E. J. Davis

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Contact Name: Ernest M Davis
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