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Perrin's Battalion, State Cavalry      
Company A
Sylvanus Bounds - Private   
1844 - 1864 Enlisted on 18 June 1863 in Scooba, MS. Died on 30 June 1864 in Kemper Co., MS.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  7/16/2021
Company B
Richard Haywood O'Neal - Private   
Enlisted on May 12, 1863 at Lodi, Miss. by Capt. Allen, for 12 months. Subsequently transferred to Co. G, 5th Miss. Cav. on/about Oct. 6, 1863 at Meridian, Miss. (duration, for the war). Discharged 4/26/65. Original enlistment was in Co. K, 15th Miss. Inf. on Aug. 18, 1861, age 16, at Corinth, Miss. by Capt. T.B. Foard, for period of 12 months. Discharged from this assignment on April 26, 1862 by act of Congress (CSA).
Contact Name:  Hal Fleming
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Date Added:  7/4/2010
Company C
Ransom Jack Lockler - Bugler   
My GGGrandfather. He enlisted in 1861 in Iuka, but he hailed from Kemper County. He served in the Jeff Davis Cavalry Legion the entire war until captured in 1865 at Tiller's Bridge, SC. Company C was commanded by Perrin and was known as the 'Southern Guards'. Ransom, Reuben, George, and Alfred(Albert) were all brothers.
Contact Name:  Jay Lindsey
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Date Added:  3/6/2009
Company E
George Shedd - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Philip Logan
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Date Added:  5/17/2009
Company K
John Adam Garr - Private   
John Adam Garr, 2nd great grand father to Roger Collins, joined Co.K, Perrin's Regt. of Cavalry also known as the 11th Ms. Cavalry in May 1863. He was discharged by Capt. John Q. Rayburn at Meridian Ms. 6 October, 1863 as a Private. He may have saddled up again when W.T. Sherman came on his Meridian raid in early 1864. He survived the war.
Contact Name:  Roger Collins
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Date Added:  8/16/2016
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