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2nd Missouri Cavalry      
Company Unknown
Upton Hays - Colonel   
Col. Hays was a grandson to Daniel Boone.
Contact Name:  Gary Ayres
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Date Added:  8/12/2007
Company A
Robert W. McCullock - Colonel   
From 1890 Census: 'Rank: Colonel; Company: A; Regiment: 2nd Missouri Cavalry; Enlistment Date: 15 Mar 1861; Discharge Date: 10 Jan 1865; Served: 4 years, 11 months, and 25 days; Post Office Address: Pisgah; Comments: Gun shot wound, lung, confederate soldier.'

This was my grandmother's great uncle. My grandmother's grandfather on her father's side (brother of Col. McCullock) was Thomas George, a Captain in the 52nd Missouri Infantry, Company I. During the Civil War, Thomas L. George commanded a company of Home Guards and bore the title of captain.

My grandfather's grandfather was Thomas Shirley. There are references to him as being a sergeant in the 1st MO Volunteer Infantry Co. F (Confederate)

He was brevetted to the rank of Lieutenant. At Vicksburg his unit was consolidated with the 6th Infantry and was at the Stockade Redan, site of the heaviest fighting before the siege.

My grandfather's grandfather was Reverend William K. Johnson, a Corporal in the 10th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, Company K (Union).

Contact Name:  Tom Fernwood
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Date Added:  9/11/2005
Company B
Joel C Bollinger - 3rd Sergeant   
1839-1903
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  4/29/2021
Company B
Daniel Clingingsmith - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Kyle Voss
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Date Added:  8/9/2003
Company C
Berry Collins - Private   
Berry Collins and his son Josiah were enlisted in Capt David Reed's Co C, 2nd Mo Regiment of Cavalry, CSA, Mustered in and out of Co C as a Private
also: Hardwick Mounted Rifles, Georgia. There was also a Berry Collins who was a pvt in the 7th Georgia Cavalry.
Contact Name:  Ed
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Date Added:  7/12/2009
Company C
William R.C. Knight - Private   
Born,Dec 21 1831 in Jackson Co.Alabama died Jan 03 1865 Newton County Mo. Married Eunice Carlton Oct 16 1851
Jackson County,Alabama I think there is reason to believe William`s death in 1865 was a direct result of his Confederate Military Service in the Civil War. There is a CMSR for a WILLIAM R.C. KNIGHT for Co.C 2nd Missouri Cav. ' Enlisting 4-15-1862,paid $50.00 bounty and furnished his own horse.' On the rolls thru Dec.1862. Jan.14,1863 he was transferred to Co.K 3rd Texas Cav. ' has not yet reported for duty ' May-August,1863 thru June 1864 he is ' on the rolls at Quitman Hospital,Mississippi deployed as a nurse at least part of the time,where he may have contracted a sickness or serious disease of some sort. Returning to Missouri following his dicharge where he died ?
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  4/10/2009
Company D
Cornelius Ralph Wells - Private   
Cornelius was in the Civil War as a Private with Coleman D. Paynes' D Company, Colonel John Jackson Smith's MO 2nd Cavalry Regiment, Missouri State Guard in 1861. He enlisted at Belmont, MO, and was captured in 1863 at Boyer's Prairie, MO.
Contact Name:  Jason Townsend
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Date Added:  2/9/2010
Company E
John W. Blue - Unknown   
Found this marker 19 Feb 05 at Knights of Pythias cemetery near Farmington, Missouri. No birth or death dates on marker. Photos available. Lat 37N46.150, Lon 90W25.271
Contact Name:  Know Future
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Date Added:  2/19/2005
Company E
John Martin Hawkins - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Russ Morris
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Date Added:  5/29/2006
Company E
John Martin Hawkins - Private   
Any informaton regaring John Martin Hawkins and his service in the 2nd Missouri Cavalry CSA would be very welcome.
Contact Name:  Russ Morris
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Date Added:  12/27/2005
Company E
Absolom Callison McCutchan - Private   
Various spellings of last name including McCutcheon, McCutchin, McCutchen, McCutcham with the first name listed as AB, A.C., A.B., AC, Absolum, and the initial A.
Born: Apr 12, 1840 Missouri
Pvt; Co. E, 2nd MO Cav
Enlisted: Mar 6, 1861
Discharged: May 4, 1865
Died: May 25, 1901 Victoria, MS
Grave site: Byhalia, MS, Marshall County,
Also listed as serving in Company B, 2d MO Cav CSA, Company H, Edmondson's Company Provost Guards, and Company H, Provost Guards Missouri Volunteers

Contact Name:  J.H. Johnson
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Date Added:  7/30/2008
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