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4th Kentucky Infantry      
Company B
Jonas Pitman - Unknown   
4th mounted infantry
Contact Name:  Jett Fletcher
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Date Added:  5/11/2013
Company C
Edmund Carey - Unknown   
Served with his brother until their capture in 1864. Sent to Andersonville Prison. Edmund survived Andersonville but nothing is known of him after his disharge from the army at Camp Chase in Columbus, Ohio
Contact Name:  Mark Carey
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Date Added:  8/2/2012
Company C
John Carey - 1st Sergeant   
Remained with the regiment until he was captured along with his brother in 1864 and sent to Andersonville Prison. Wounded multiple times including at 'mortal' wound to the face at the battle of Chickamauga. he obviously recovered from it and returned to duty. The regiment was reorganized as the 4th Ky Mounted Infantry in 64. John survived Andersonville and perished on the Riverboat SULTANA on the way home after the war. The Sultana was carrying prisoners home after the war on the Mississippi when a boiler onboard blew up and engulfed the ship. This remains the greatest maritime disaster in Americas History. John was listed as alive but reports show a year later that he was finally listed as dead. The VFW in Moorehead KY. is named in his honor.
Contact Name:  Mark Carey
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Date Added:  8/2/2012
Company C
John See - Private   
Was captured on July 30 1864 at Shake Rag and held at Andersonville prison Camp until release in 1865
Contact Name:  William Moore
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Date Added:  1/8/2009
Company C
James Strange - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kirk Strange
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Date Added:  3/5/2013
Company D
Ezra Tomlin - Private   
Ezra Tomlin was born in 1842 in Pendleton County, Kentucky, the son of Isaac Tomlin and Juliann Daugherty. In 1861 he enlisted in Company D, 18th Kentucky Infantry and served until 1863 when he was medically discharged. In 1864, he enlisted in Company D, 4th Kentucky Infantry which had just been veteranized and redesignated as the 4th Kentucky Mounted Infantry.
In July 1864, Ezra Tomlin and many members of Company D were captured near Newnan, Georgia. Ezra was sent to Andersonville Prison, Georgia. Sometime in early 1865, he was transferred to a prison in Wilmington, North Carolina. He died of typhoid fever at Wilmington on April 9, 1865. He is buried at the Wilmington National Cemetery, North Carolina.
His brother, Harvey Tomlin, also served in this company and regiment.
Contact Name:  Mark Black
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Date Added:  7/12/2006
Company D
Harvey Tomlin - Private   
Harvey Tomlin was born in the 1840's in Pendleton County, Ky. He was the son of Isaac Tomlin and Juliann Daugherty. Harvey enlisted in Co.D, 4th Ky.Inf. in 1861 to serve 3 years.
Harvey died of disease in January 1862, while the 4th Kentucky Infantry was in winter encampment at Lebanon, Kentucky. He is buried at the Lebanon National Cemetery, Lebanon, Kentucky.
He was the brother of Pvt. Ezra Tomlin, Co.D, 4th Ky.Inf.
Contact Name:  Mark Black
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Date Added:  7/12/2006
Company E
John Kirkpatrick - Private   
Found this in the KY State archives
Contact Name:  David Kirkpatrick
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Date Added:  9/13/2007
Company E
John Henry Land - Private   
Andersonville survivor, Oldest son Robert Jackson & Mary Ann McKinney Land of Estill, County,Ky. John enlisted on 8/6/1861 at Camp Dick Robinson in Kentucky. On 10/9/1861 he mustered into Company E 4th Ky Infantry Infantry. At Chickamauga, the 4th lost 13 of 19 officers, and 160 enlisted men killed or wounded. In January 1864 the men that 're-upped' after the expiration of their initial enlistment, were mounted and designated 'Mounted Infantry'. Nearly half the regiment was captured at Lovejoy Station, Ga. John was captured the next day at Newnan and was confined at Andersonville. He was one of the fortunate ones to survive. He filed for a pension in 1866, no doubt in bad shape after prison. He lived till 1909 and fathered 11 children.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  5/20/2019
Company F
James G. Bryant - Private   
James G. Bryant was in the 4th Ky mounted infantry, fourth mounted regiment.
Contact Name:  Jean Woods
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Date Added:  1/9/2009
Company F
Green B Smothers - Private   
Green was actually in the US Army not the CSA.
Contact Name:  David Smothers
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Date Added:  6/29/2004
Company G
Wallace Boyle - Private   
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Contact Name:  Patrick Boyle
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Date Added:  12/27/2012
Company H
Ichabod Clark - Private   
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Contact Name:  Cindy Clark
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Date Added:  11/22/2016
Company I
Josiah Baker - Private   
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Contact Name:  Teri Pryse
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Date Added:  9/26/2010
Company K
Benjamin Talbott Asbury - Corporal   
Asbury (Asberry) was my mother's father.
Contact Name:  James W. Shepherd
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Date Added:  8/8/2010
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