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6th Mississippi Infantry

 
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Company G - Rockport Steel Blades
Organized in Copiah County; mustered into State service at Rockport on July 15, 1861.
Mustered into Confederate Service at Grenada on August 24, 1861.

Alford, James, Private
Allen, C. B., Private; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Andrews, D., Private
Andrews, W., Private
Archer, J., Private
Battin, Augustus, Private
Beard, Thomas H., Private; 4th Corporal
Beasley, Isaac N., Private
Beckham, Thomas A., Private; 4th Sergeant; killed by sniper 6/23/1863 at Vicksburg
Bell, Hiram, Private; 3rd, 2nd and 1st Corporal
Bell, James, Private
Bell, M., Private
Bennett, J. A., Private
Bennett, Jacob W., Private
Briggs, Claiborne C., Private
Burt, L., Private
Bysowski, Augustus S., Private; Musician (fifer)
Cade, Richard, Private
Cammack, J. M., Private
Cammack, Thomas J., Private 2nd Segeant
Carlisle, Edward, Private
Carlisle, Stephen, Private
Catchings, Charles C., Private; 3rd Corporal
Catchings, Joseph, Private
Chadwick, Daniel C., Private
Chrisman, Thomas J., Private
Cliburn, William, Private; killed at Champion's Hill 5/16/1863
Coker, Seaborn B., Private
Conn, Benjamin F., Private
Conn, J. P., Private
Covington, Hiram H., Private; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Crawford, Henry C., Private
Crawford, Hiram H., Private
Crawford, J. W., Private
Crawford, James A., Private; 2nd and 1st Lieutenant; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Crawley, Josiah, Private
Crews, Robert, Private
Crum, O. C., Private; Commissary Sergeant;
surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Davis, H. B., Private
Davis, John S., Private; dies of measles at Union City, TN, 10/1861
Davis, Washington E., Private
Enwright, D., Private
Farmer, Josiah J., Private
Ferguson, Samuel, Private
Fitzgerald, William H., Private
Furr, William, Private
Garrett, David, Private; 2nd Sergeant
Gay, T. S., Private
George, Andrew J., Private
Gilbert, J. L., Private
Graves, A., Private
Graves, Benjamin F., Private
Graves, J. A., Private
Graves, Robert G., Private
Gray, Richard E., Private; 1st Sergeant; 3rd
Lieutenant
Gregory, W. W., Private
Grice, James H., Private; wounded slightly in side at New Hope Church, 5/16/1864
Grubbs, David, Private
Hamilton, Ezekiel C., Private
Hamilton, Isaac, Private
Hamilton, John C., Private
Hamilton, Reuben, Private
Harper, John A., Private; 3rd Sergeant
Harris, A. J., 5th and 4th Sergeant
Harris, B. T., 2nd Lieutenant
Harris, Isaac, Private
Hawkins, A. E., Private
Hendricks, William, Private
Herrin, Isaac, Private
Hollingsworth, Jacob, Private; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Holt, David, Private
Honea, Francis, Private
Honea, W. H., Private; died in Louisiana about 4/1862
James, Andrew, Private, sick in hosipital at Nashville in 2/1861 and captured
Johnson, Andrew H., Private; caputred by Union Cavalry on 3/17/1682 across river from Port Hudson, was exchanged in 2-3 weeks later
Jones, Austin, Private
Jones, Matthew, Private
Kilcrease, John, PrivateLaird, J., Private
Land, Benjamin F., Private
Lewis, Alfred A., Private
Lewis, Thomas E., Private; 5th and 4th Sergeant
Little, Samuel, Private
Long, B. F., Private
Lovin, William, Private; 4th and 2nd Corporal
Lowe, Jesse, Private
Lobusher, Adolphus, Private; Musician
(drummer)
Martin, Albert G., Private
Mattingly, John, Private
McKinley, Seaborn, Private
McLemore, Willis W., Private; Musician
(drummer)
McManus, Hugh, Private
Middleton, R. P., Private
Middleton, J. B., Private
Miles, S. J., Private
Moore, J. M., Private; surrendered at Durham Station, NC
Murry, Alexander, Private
Neal, Benjamin F., Private; 4th Corporal
Neal, Daniel R., Private; died 12/24-1861 of typhoid pneumonia, Nashville, TN
Neal, Hugh H., Private; caputred by Union Cavalry on 3/17/1682 across river from Port Hudson, was exchanged 2-3 weeks later
Neal, James M., Private
Neal, Josiah W., Private
Nelson, Gideon, Private; 4th Sergeant; 2nd Lieutenant
Nelson, J., Private; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Newman, Francis, Private
Newton, James M.; Private; 4th and 3rd Corporal; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Newton, William F., Private
Norman, Craylin P., Private; Ensign; died of typhoid pneumonia at Nashville, 12/4/1861
Norman, Ellison L., 2nd Lieutenant; resigned
12/1861 for health reasons
Norman, Jasper J., Private
Page, Joshua, Private; 4th, 3rd and 2nd
Corporal
Pierce, Francis M., Private
Pope, J. K., Private
Powers, W., Private
Ramsey, T. W., Private; 2nd Corporal; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Ramsey, Thomas J., 1st Lieutenant
Randell, Elbert, Private
Randell, James R., Private; caputred by Union Cavalry on 3/17/1682 across river from Port Hudson, was exchanged in 2-3 weeks later
Rankin, D., Private
Ray, C., Private
Ray, William J., Private; Corporal
Rhymes, Jesse J., Private
Ritnour, Henry C., Private; 1st Corporal; 5th Sergeant; surrendered at Citronelle, AL
Roberts, James A., Private
Rowan, E. A., 1st Lieutenant; Captian
Siebe, Jacob, Private
Siebe, James, Private
Simmons, David, Private
Simmons, William, Private
Smith, Elias, Private
Smith, William M., Private; surrendered at Citronelle,
AL
Steele, Archibald, Captain
Stucky, P., Private
Suttles, John, Private
Sykes, J., Private; wounded slightly in hand at New Hope Church, 5/16/1864
Terry, William E., Private
Tower, Isaac N., 1st Sergeant
Trawick, Hugh, Private
Trawick, Robert, Private
Vance, K. M., Private
Walker, John, Private
Walker, Robert J., Private
Watson, Joseph, Private
Wells, D., Private
Williams, V. C., Private
Williams, Wiley A., Private
Willis, Abraham B., 3rd and 2nd Lieutenant;
Captain
Willis, Thomas H., Lieutenant; killed
at Shiloh, 4/6/1862
Womack, Jacob M., Private

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