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Fields' Company Partisan Rangers      
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Daniel Blevins - Private   
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Date Added:  11/19/2007
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Eli Blevins - Private   
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Date Added:  11/19/2007
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Jefferson Blevins - Private   
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Date Added:  11/19/2007
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Edward Brown - Private   
Maybe the same Edward Brown buried at Lee Cemetary in Rowan County KY.If so born feb. 22nd 1812 died june 17th 1913.
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Date Added:  12/25/2009
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Mathew Combs - Private   
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Contact Name:  Rodney Belcher
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Date Added:  1/6/2015
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James William Cunningham - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Cunningham
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Date Added:  10/9/2011
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John Preston Fields - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Glain Martin
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Date Added:  2/2/2008
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William J Fields - Captain   
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Date Added:  12/9/2007
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William B. Higginbotham - Private   
William was my 4th great grandfather. He enlisted in Field's Company Partisan Rangers on 24 September, 1862 in Morgan County, Kentucky along with his Cousin Charles W. Higginbotham. His date and method of discharge were not given. He was listed as 'sick at home' as of 30 November, 1862. William was born in Virginia in about 1830 and migrated with his family to Kentucky, then to Illinois, and finally to Missouri in 1860. He was a farmer and was married to Sarah Elizabeth. She was also born in about 1830 to 1835 in Kentucky.Date of death and burial are unknown at this time.
Contact Name:  Jacob M. Lake
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Date Added:  10/24/2009
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Hugh Johnson - Private   
G-G-Grandfather
Hugh Johnson was born in 1840 in what was then part of Carter County, KY. He enlisted in Field's CO., KY Partisan Rangers in Nov. 1862. His brothers Willis W., Francis Marion, and Jesse Jr., also served in this company. Hugh was captured during a raid near Grayson, KY, on May 11, 1863. He was sent to Point Lookout Prison on the Maryland Shore. He was released on Jan. 10, 1864. Hugh returned to his home on Mauk Ridge in Carter County. In 1869 this part of Carter County was used to create parts of Elliott County. Hugh died there in 1912. His wife, Barbara Ellen Porter, had 5 brothers who were Union Soldiers. Hugh and Barbara are buried in the old Johnson cemetery on Mauk Ridge in Elliott County. I placed a new Confederate headstone on Hugh's grave several years ago.
Contact Name:  Vince Barker
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Date Added:  1/10/2008
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A J McKenzie - Private   
Birth: Jul. 9, 1836, USA
Death: Jul. 15, 1898, USA

Buried in the Alfrey Cemetary in Rowan County Kentucky.


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Date Added:  12/27/2009
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William Washington Oney - Private   
March 3, 1988 Dear Ms. Guymon, I am presently employed at the Kentucky State Archives and noted while reviewing a recent reference request that you were interested in information on William Washington Oney. For the past several years I have been collecting information for a history of 'Fields' Partison Rangers', a company of Kentucky cavalry that served with Confederate forces in eastern Kentucky during the Civil War. One of the members of this command was William Oney who enlisted as a private on May 27, 1863 in Carter County, Ky. I feel certain that he is the same individual and I was hoping that during the course of your research you might have collected some family traditions about his service in the Confederate army. A William W. Oney, born ca. 1843, was enumerated in the Carter County Census of 1850 as a member of Martha Oney's household. On Oct 19, 1861 he enlisted as a private in Co. D of the 5th Kentucky Infantry in Carter County, Ky. He was mustered out of the infantry at Hazel Green, Wolfe County, Ky. on Oct 20, 1862. Many members of this command subsequently re-enlisted in Captain William Jason Fields 'Rangers'. In additio to his service in the Civil War he was apparently active in the vigilante movement in Elliott County, Ky. in 1879-80. I found his name on a list of Elliott County 'Regulators pardoned by Gov. Blackburn in the early 1880's.. Sincerely, James M. Prichard.'
Contact Name:  Kathy Oney Carlson
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Date Added:  3/13/2013
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James Edward Parker - Private   
File # M377 Roll 10
My Great Great Grandfather
Born July 1st 1845 at Owingville,Kentucky/Bath County
Died January 1905 at Elliottville,Kentucky /Rowan County.
Gravesite is at Ditney Ridge in Rowan County, Kentucky.
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Date Added:  11/12/2007
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John T Parker - Private   
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Date Added:  12/5/2007
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Thomas Skaggs - Private   
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Date Added:  11/19/2007
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Franklin Sloas - Private   
Son of Henry Sloas.Muster in January 5th 1863 in Carter County,Kentucky.Capture in Carter County May 9th 1863 died at Camp Chase Prison in Columbus,Ohio of the fever on July 3rd 1863.
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Date Added:  11/25/2007
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Henry sloas - Other   
My Third Great Grandfather.A Citizen of Carter County, Kentucky.Rebel sympathizer who rode with fields Rangers a confederate calvery unit,who help bushwhack George W. Morgan union forces during their retreat through Carter County Kentucky in the fall of 1862.Captured with a son Franklin Sloas and brother John in Carter County Kentucky and transfer to Camp Chase Prison where he died of Typhoid Fever.The most interesting charge against Henry Sloas was his alleged involment in the killing of four Union home Guards in December of 1862 near Bruin, Kentucky.The small home guard company was escorting a unknown group of local confederate prisons.John C.Porter local union guard charged that Henry was involved.
He was charge with being a disloyal citizen to the United States.The local union men were burial in a mass grave on the John W.Wells farm.Wells was also a sergeant with Fields Rangers.Henry died at Camp Chase union prison in Columbus Ohio in 1863.Death came on October 28th 1863.He is buried in a unmarked grave.His brother John Sloas took the oath and was release from prison to join the union army.
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Date Added:  11/12/2007
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John Sloas - Private   
John Sloas Brother to Henry sloas was capture on may 8th 1863 and confined at Grayson,Kentucky.Escape with a second man(johnson) was capture again in Carter County.Sent to Camp Chase.Offer the oath or death.He was release from Camp chase after taking the oath to join union forces.This caused a divide of the sloas family in Eastern,Kentucky.His brother Henry and nephew Franklin died of the fever in union prison.
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Date Added:  11/12/2007
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William A. Thompson - Private   
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William Alexander Thompson was born in Carter Co., KY, in 1843. On Oct. 19, 1861, he enlisted in Co. D, 5th Kentucky Vol. Infantry. He was later promoted to 1st Corporal. He saw action at the battles of Middle Creek, Ivy Mountain, and Princeton, VA. After being discharged at the end of his 1 year enlistment on Oct. 20, 1862, he enlisted as a Private in Capt. Wm Jason Field's Co. of KY Partisan Rangers, on Nov. 26, 1862. He was captured during a raid near Grayson, KY, on May 11, 1863. He was sent to Point Lookout Prison on the Maryland shore. He was released on Jan. 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegience to the U.S. Years later when he applied for a Confederate pension from the state of KY, he was asked on the application when and were he took the Oath of Allegience. He stated he took the Oath 'to keep from starving and freezing to death'.
After his release William returned to Carter County and built a large home in 1871 on Stark Ridge in what was now part of Elliott County. He married Sarah Goins in 1870 and together they raised a large family. He was sheriff of Elliott County for several terms in the 1870's and 80's, and was heavily involved in the 'Elliott County Regulators Uprising of 1879'.
He died in 1924. He is buried in the family cemetery near his old home which still stands. I placed a new Confederate marker on his grave in 1997.
Contact Name:  Vince Barker
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Date Added:  1/10/2008
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John W Wells - 1st Sergeant   
The Frank wells farm near Burin in Carter County,Kentucky was the site incident which left as many as four local union home guard dead.They were buried in a mass grave on the farm by local rebels who over took the home guard who were escorting a unknown number of local Confederate POW.Frank wells was nearly hanged for his involvement.The story goes that he hide out for days on his farm in bitter cold weather using cane breaks to hide his whereabouts.
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Date Added:  12/5/2007
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Alfred Johnson - Private   
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Date Added:  10/16/2008
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Elijah Cantrell - Private   
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Date Added:  1/31/2011
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