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36th Mississippi Infantry      
Company Unknown
william hawkins anderson - Unknown   
paroled at vicksburg miss. 1863
Contact Name:  henry fleck
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Date Added:  12/6/2011
Company Unknown
- .Wright Rufas Fore - Unknown   
Buried in the Old Ocklawaha Bridge Baptist Church Cemetery, Ocala, FL, USA / Headstone reads 36th Mississippi Infantry
Contact Name:  Tootsie Fore
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Date Added:  6/10/2012
Company Unknown
Ambrose Fore - Private   
Recruted from Scott Co, Mississippi
Contact Name:  Tootsie Fore
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Date Added:  6/10/2012
Company Unknown
Daniel Fore - Private   
Recruted from Scott Co, Mississippi, USA/ NPS M232 roll 13
Contact Name:  Tootsie Fore
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Date Added:  6/10/2012
Company Unknown
Stephen Richmond Gilbert - Private   
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Contact Name:  James P Gilbert
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Date Added:  1/25/2019
Company Unknown
Bailey Smith - Corporal   
Bailey Smith was my great-great grandfather. I have a great deal of information on his lineage I'd be glad to share.
Contact Name:  LaRue Foster
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Date Added:  7/3/2014
Company Unknown
Wade H. Williamson - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  scott henderson
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Date Added:  5/22/2012
Company Unknown
W W Witherspoon - Colonel   
He was my great, great uncle. His sister was my great, great, grandmother.
Contact Name:  Sheilah Broughton
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Date Added:  1/11/2010
Company Unknown
W. W. Witherspoon - Colonel   
W. W. Witherspoon was in command of the 36th Infantry and was killed in action on a charge
Contact Name:  William M. Bunting
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Date Added:  12/27/2005
Company A
John Whitfield Bailey - Private   
John Whitfield Bailey is my Great Grandfather. He fought at
vicksburg and after the surrender he rejoined the 36th and
was captured near Nashville, Tenn. He spent the last months
of the war at Camp Douglas Ill. After the war he returned to Copiah Co. Mississippi (Allen) and raised a large family. He
is buried at the Old Providence Cemetery (Midway) in Copiah Co. Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Joel T. Bailey
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Date Added:  10/8/2010
Company A
Isaac Newton Furr - Private   
My g-g-grandfather, a farmer from Copiah County. Fought at Vicksburg. Returned to Copiah and raised a large family - three children by his second wife and six by his third. His cousin, Isham Furr, fought in the same outfit but was killed at Vicksburg at age 17.
Contact Name:  James Stafford
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Date Added:  7/19/2020
Company A
Russell Wade Goodson - Private   
Russell was my gg grandfather who was born in 1820 in AL. He was married to Martha Jones in Newton Co in 1848. They lived in Covington and Copiah Co after that. They moved to TX following the war from Copiah Co., Ms to Wood Co., TX. In later years, the moved to Anderson Co., TX where both died and are buried at Old Pilgrim Cemetery in Elkhart, TX. He died in 1890 and she in 1900.
Contact Name:  Mary Turney
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Date Added:  2/28/2008
Company A
Wm. Randall Pierce - Private   
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Contact Name:  Leslie Pierce Royce
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Date Added:  7/23/2004
Company A
joseph bonaparte reed - Private   
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Contact Name:  allyn reed
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Date Added:  9/17/2018
Company A
David L.C. White - Private   
Wounded at Shiloh, transported to Confederate Hospital in Gainsville Alabama. Died there from wounds and buried in Gainsville.
Contact Name:  Richard L White
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Date Added:  9/19/2016
Company A
Jonathan Monroe White - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Jonathan
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Date Added:  3/29/2010
Company B
William Garrison Clement - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company B
George Washington Clower - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  jd linder
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Date Added:  2/10/2009
Company B
Enos Donahoe - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kristi Maynard
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Date Added:  9/28/2013
Company B
John A. Hennington - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company B
William Garrison Hennington - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/16/2004
Company B
Clark M Johnson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dan Johnson
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Date Added:  1/15/2009
Company B
Junious P Rutledge - Private   
Junious served in the Battle of Corinth, Battle of Vicksburg, Battle of Atlanta at Kennesaw Mountain where he was captured and sent to Camp Douglas prison camp for 11 months until after the war was over.
Contact Name:  Geoff Rutledge
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Date Added:  6/13/2012
Company B
David C. Slay - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company B
Nathan W. Slay - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company B
Sylvester Sojourner - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company B
Wesley F. Sojourner - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company C
William E Jones - 1st Sergeant   
Not a relative, but ran across his marker in Sehorn Cemetery, Waldron, Scott County, Arkansas, and wanted to add him to his group.
Contact Name:  Phil Bailey
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Date Added:  3/20/2013
Company C
John Ellis Lindsey - Private   
Buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Jachin, Choctaw Cty., AL.
Contact Name:  Jay Lindsey
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Date Added:  5/29/2008
Company C
Norvell Slay - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company C
George W. Warren - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Skip Warren
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Date Added:  6/2/2013
Company D
Green Berry Boler - Private   
Received the Southern Cross of Honor.
Contact Name:  Iris Ciolino
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Date Added:  5/9/2015
Company D
Jesse B Chipman - Private   
1834-1863 Killed during the Siege of Vicksburg.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/4/2013
Company D
William Harper Cooksey - Unknown   
had him in the 32nd should have been here in the 36th
this was my Great grandfather.
Contact Name:  R.M.Jones
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Date Added:  3/18/2013
Company D
Benjamin Cobb Germany - Corporal   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Randy Arrick
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Date Added:  4/18/2004
Company D
James R. Hennington - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company D
Isaac Hollingsworth - Private   
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Contact Name:  J. Wren Harris, Jr.
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Date Added:  11/1/2009
Company D
c w jenkins - Unknown   
My GreatGrandfather is buried at Golden Grove Cemetery in Neshoba County Ms. C W Jenkins 36th inf.Co. D.
Contact Name:  Cathy Jenkins Campbell
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Date Added:  11/23/2010
Company D
Alexander McCullough - Private   
Wounded and captured in the battle of Cornith, Miss on Oct 3-5, 1862.
Contact Name:  Ralph McCullough
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Date Added:  6/22/2008
Company D
Andrew Jackson McCullough - Private   
Died at Lauderdale Springs on June 21 1862
Contact Name:  Ralph McCullough
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Date Added:  6/22/2008
Company D
Jasper McCullough - 1st Sergeant   
Served from Feb. 22, 1862 until the end of the war in 1864.
Contact Name:  Ralph McCullough
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Date Added:  6/22/2008
Company D
Joel Patterson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Logan Patterson
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Date Added:  12/24/2013
Company D
James C. Warren - 2nd Lieutenant   
James C. Warren was my GG Grandfather. He died September 5, 1864 and is buried at Lovejoy, GA.
Contact Name:  John Seymour
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Date Added:  8/5/2007
Company E
Alexander Sanders Alford - 2nd Lieutenant   
I’m a direct descendant of Alexander Alford through my maternal line. I’d be very interested in learning more about the regiment and hopefully finding a photo of him that I could keep. -Samuel
Contact Name:  Samuel Adams
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Date Added:  5/13/2021
Company E
Andrew Jackson Farmer - Private   
Andrew Jackson Farmer was my great-great-grandfather. He volunteered for duty March 8, 1862 in Meridian, MS, at the age of 18 years old. His company was known as the Hazlehurst Fencibles. He served until the close of the war and then married Mary Caroline Beasley. Together they raised nine children. He lived in Copiah County all his life and died Sept. 9, 1909. Andrew is buried at the Strong Hope Cemetery in Strong Hope, MS.
Contact Name:  Laurie Milano
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Date Added:  2/25/2007
Company E
William Henry Izard - 3rd Corporal   
Enlisted as a Private on 11 March 1862 at the age of 17.
Promoted to 3rd Corporal in September 1862.
Surrendered at Vicksburg, MS on 4 July 1863.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/15/2010
Company E
Benjamin F. Young - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gayle Hennington
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Date Added:  2/19/2004
Company F
Reuben M Beasley - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Len Vernamonti
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Date Added:  2/7/2008
Company F
William Denson Burnham - Sergeant   
Sgt.William D.Burnham's ancestors were from Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
Contact Name:  Bob Jones
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Date Added:  3/31/2012
Company F
Anguish K. Fairley - Private   
born 1840, died 1912, enlisted May 1861, discharged 05-04-1865, buried in Salem Cem., Avent, Ms.
Contact Name:  James Trussell
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Date Added:  8/5/2010
Company F
Harmon Pullin - Private   
My gg grandfather, Harmon Pullin, died 9 Jul 1862 from wounds sustained in battle. I would like to know where and circumstances.
Contact Name:  Don Ward
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Date Added:  10/29/2011
Company F
Raleigh Seaberry - Sergeant   
R. Seaberry (Rol Seaberry) was captured @ Vicksburg in virtue of the capitulation of the City of Vicksburg and its garrison by Lt. Gen. John C Pemberton CSA, 4th July 1863. Paroled July 7th, 1863, signed July 7,1863, Vicksburg MS
Raleigh was born Dec 6,1827, Bibb Co AL. Married Rebecca Altman Nov 21,1849. Died Dec 26,1908, Poolville, Parker Co. TX. Buried in the Poolville Cemetary.

























Contact Name:  B K Graham
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Date Added:  6/26/2007
Company F
John H. Shepperd - Private   
born 09-23-1820, died 09-05-1895, enlisted May 1861, discharged 05-04-1865, buried Pipkins Cem. Avent, Ms.
Contact Name:  James Trussell
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Date Added:  8/5/2010
Company F
Emmanuel G. Skinner - Private   
My 2nd Great-Grandfather
Contact Name:  Robert Bell
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Date Added:  3/19/2012
Company F
Philip M. Steed - Private   
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Contact Name:  James Steed
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Date Added:  6/13/2012
Company F
William W. Stewart - Corporal   
Died at Camp Chase POW 4-14-1865, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA
Contact Name:  Karen Hufham
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Date Added:  1/22/2016
Company G
Moses Hartline - Private   
4th cousin of mine. Captured at Vicksburg, MS, 4 July 1863.
Contact Name:  Dave
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Date Added:  1/4/2009
Company H
David A. Land - 3rd Sergeant   
Son of Burwell Land & Lucy Williams. Enlisted at Meridian,Miss,age 26,1,Apr.1862.' traveled 54 miles to place of rendezvous ' 'on the rolls ' but hospitalizied thru June 30,1862. On the rolls till captured at Marietta,Ga. July 3,1864. Sent to Louisville,Ky then to Camp Douglass,Ill.where he died Dec.20,1864. ' buried in grave #287 block 2 Chicago,City Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  9/29/2009
Company H
Christopher Columbus Neal - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  William Neal
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Date Added:  8/30/2010
Company H
Christopher Columbus Neal - Corporal   
He was surrendered at Vicksburg on 7-4-63 and paroled 2 months later. He rejoined his unit and was captured at Altoona, Ga in Oct 64. Spent the remainder of the war at Camp Chase (Columbus), Ohio as a POW.
Contact Name:  Art Neal
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Date Added:  6/16/2004
Company H
John W. Stidham - Private   
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Contact Name:  Curtis Stidham
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Date Added:  2/5/2010
Company H
Christopher Columbus Whitman - Private   
Christopher joined the 36th Mississippi Infantry in Oct. 1862 as Pvt. Looks like he re-upped for another year and was captured in 1863 or 1864 and later paroled. His civil war photo is on ancestry.com at the Barnes/Whitman family tree - holding a Bowie knife and a 1849 police colt and looking rather menacing with full beard and scowl. He was my great great grand uncle. His brother John G. Whitman, my great great grandfather, served in the 1st Mississippi Light Artillery and was captured at Vicksburg and later paroled - he signed the loyalty oath. Christopher died at 50 in 1875 and is buried in a family plot in Arkansas. Of note, Christopher and his father Samuel had owned slaves in Perry, Alabama noted in 1850 Federal census. Most CSA soldiers had no such history.
Contact Name:  Thomas Barnes, M.D.
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Contact Homepage:  www.drthomasbarnes.com
Date Added:  1/20/2014
Company I
Thomas David Biggs - Private   
David was born Feb. 27, 1826 in Covington Co. Ms. to James and Rebecca Biggs. Married Melissa Ferguson in Newton Co. Ms.
David was captured June 19,1864 near Marietta, Ga. He was imprisoned at Camp Morton in Indianapolis, Indiana. He died Jan. 28, 1865 at Camp Morton and buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in lot 32. His brother in law John Dixon Monroe would also die at Camp Morton ll days later. They enlisted at Hickory, Ms. in April 1862 with the 36th Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Maxey Baucum
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Date Added:  11/12/2012
Company I
William Andrew Clark - Unknown   
W.A.Clark was in Company I, 36th Mississippi Regiment, Sears Brigade, French's Division of Pope's Corps. He was in the Battles of Shiloh, Iuka, Corinth, Synder's Bluff and was taken prisoner at Vicksburg in 1863 and spent two years in prison camp on Ship Island, off Gulfport.
Contact Name:  Margaret Ellen Henry
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Date Added:  12/14/2011
Company I
John Fairley - Private   
born 05-08-1832, died 03-21-1913, enlisted 02-21-1862, discharged 05-04-1865, buried in the Fairley Fam. Cemetery, George Cty. Ms.
Contact Name:  James Trussell
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Date Added:  8/5/2010
Company I
James Madison Godwin - Private   
Newton Co. MS resident. Born 1846 to William Kinchen Godwin and Bathsheba (Cook) Godwin. Served as a replacement for Jesse M. Pace and was 16 years old when he entered. Was released, April 15th, 1863, just before the battle of Vicksburg at Snyder's Bluff reason : under age.

Later joined the the 4th MS Cavalry, with his brother, Drury, and was wounded at Harrisburg MS. Captured in Summit MS in 1864 and was a prisoner at Ship Island, MS in the Gulf until the end of the war.
Contact Name:  Thomas Godwin
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Date Added:  10/26/2015
Company I
WILLIAM RICHMOND JOHNSON - Private   
He was my Great Grandfather. He was from Beat 2, Newton County.
Contact Name:  BRUCE R. JOHNSON
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Date Added:  8/6/2011
Company I
John Dixon Monroe - Private   
Pvt. John Monroe was born 1829 in Jasper Co. Ms. Son of Neil and Mary Dixon Monroe and married Mary Biggs 1853 in Newton Co.Ms. He was captured at Marietta Gerogia and was imprisoned at Camp Morton, Indiana. He died there on Feb.10. 1865 from inflammation of the lungs and was buried at the Confederate Mound at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana with 1615 other Confederate prisoners.
Contact Name:  Maxey Baucum
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Date Added:  4/21/2011
Company I
Francis Marion Wall - Private   
Francis Marion Wall was a Confederate soldier, served in Company I, 36th Mississippi Infantry, and killed near Chattanooga, TN. He was originally from Monrovia, just outside of Huntsville in north Alabama.
Contact Name:  Tom McCulloch
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Date Added:  6/14/2008
Company K
James Acey Anderson - Private   
Brother of my Gr-Gr-Grandfather Jonathon Anderson. One of five brothers that served the Confederacy, and one of three brothers that died during their service.

Born 1817 in Georgia.

Enlisted on May 5, 1862 at Vicksburg, Mississippi. Company Muster Roll for August 1862 show him as 'Detailed to the Armory at Columbus, Mississippi on August 7, 1862'.

Died of fever while at home on leave in early 1864.
Contact Name:  Bobby G. Herring
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Date Added:  4/26/2006
Company K
William Spurgeon Compere - Sergeant   
He served as Sergeant in Company K, 36th Mississippi Infantry Regiment and is listed on the National Park Service records as paroled after his capture at the Battle of Vicksburg. It was common practice for a unit to reform following a prisoner exchange, and continue until the end of the Civil War.

Thanks to Col. Campbell for the following: 'The 36th Mississippi Infantry Regiment was mustered into Confederate service in March 1862. It was in camp at Meridian, Miss. during the battle of Shiloh (Apr 6-7, 1862). From the above report, it evidently was moved to Rienzi prior to April 21. It was part of the what became the Army of Tennessee at the battles in northeast Mississippi (Famington, Iuka, Jacinto, and Corinth) during the spring, summer, and fall of 1862. In early 1863 it was posted (along with its brigade) to the Vicksburg area and became part of the garrison through the end of the siege, July 4, 1863. It was reconstituted in January 1864 at the camp of paroled and exchanged prisoners in Enterprise, Alabama. It rejoined the Army of Tennessee near Resaca in mid May, 1864 and stayed with the Army through the Battle of Franklin and the “Siege” of Nashville before being transferred to help at the siege of Murfreesboro, returning to Nashville just in time for the Union counteroffensive. After the retreat they were transferred to Mobile and ended the war defending the Spanish Fort and Fort Blakeley where most of them were captured in the Union attacks in early April, 1865.'
Contact Name:  John
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Date Added:  5/23/2009
Company K
Zachariah James Scott - Doctor   
Zachariah was my gggrandfather (B) 30 Mar 1829, Near Rodney, Jefferson, MS. (D) 15 Dec 1903, Copiah Co., MS. Education: Tulane Medical School. The 11th of 12 children. Dr. Zachariah was a medical doctor and Civil War surgeon serving in the ''Gallant Mississippi 36th'' whose service included the siege of Vicksburg. Following the Civil War he was a typical country doctor making his calls on his patients at their homes. He had a farm 12 miles west of Crystal Springs, Miss., which included a small office in the front room. It had a door that opened onto the porch and patients would come and sit on the porch waiting to be seen. The farm was operated by an overseer as he practiced medicine. He is buried along with his wife and several of their children in the New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, just west of Crystal Springs, MS.

When Zahariah was only four years of age, some type of scourge, whether it was an infection or food poisoning is not known, killed everyone in the family except this young son, who was left without any surviving Virginia relatives. Because there was no kin in the area, neighbors took the young son into their homes and cared for him until they located a party of imigrants organizing themselves into a wagon train which was to move westward into new territory as the Spanish and the French were negotiating to dispose of their lands to the American government. This was to be a vast covered wagon convoy and dates had been set for departure. It was known to the neighbors that a much older half-brother by the name of William Scott, had moved from Virginia to South Carolina, and later had joined the flotilla of Richard Curtis, Sr. to explore and settle the area just north of Natchez, MS. The neighbors talked this convoy of imigrants into taking the four-year-old boy with them in hope they would cross the Big Black River going westward at Vernon, MS, across Scotts Ferry, and leave this boy with his older half-brother, where they would normally pass as they preceded to Vicksburg on the MS and points west. The leaders of the travel party agreed to the proposal, and word was sent to William Scott that his half-brother, whom he had never seen, would be arriving during a certain month, with the objective that he could be intercepted at the ferry as the travel party moved toward the west. William assigned a slave to stay at the ferry during the entire month the imigrants were scheduled to pass that way. The slave persevered and the last time the travel party saw the young boy, it was reported that he was in a flatboat being paddled upstream by the slave to William''s plantation. Zacharias therefore was reared in a very fortunate situation of privilege and wealth. Having no children of his own, William adopted Zacharias as his own son so he could inherit the plantation and wealth. Because the young boy had a very compassionate heart and a scientific mind, William thought he would make a fine doctor. At the appropriate time, therefore, he sent him by riverboats up the MS River and the Ohio to the University of Louisville Medical School, where he apparently met Martha Evelyn Scott of Trigg County, Kentucky, for the first time. She was a distant cousin of his. Zacharias had intended to return home to practice medicine but the Civil War intervened. He found himself serving as a surgeon in Lee''s army instead. He was there until the wars end.
Contact Name:  Lisa Fuselier
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Date Added:  5/8/2004
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