Remembering Our Ancestors

Enlisted as a Private in Company A of the 2nd Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Old McCrabb Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. William Jasper (W.J.) Barber

(1842 - 1931)

Enlisted as a Private on 24 January 1862 in Company E of the 4th Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was promoted to Full 5th Sergeant on 9 Jun 1862.  He mustered out on 16 September 1862 and was laid to rest in Copeland Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Isaac A. Copeland

(1843 - 1875)

His headstone shows that he enlisted as a Private in Company E, 4th Florida Infantry, C.S.A.; however, he does not appear in the roster.  He does appear in the 2nd Regiment, Florida Union Calvary as a Private and he mustered out as a Corporal.  He was laid to rest in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Lorenzo D. Copeland

(1834 - 1883)

Enlisted on 1 December 1861 as a Private in Hull's Company H 1st Regiment, Florida Calvary, C.S.A.  He also served in 1st Regiment, Calvary Reserves.  He was wounded at Chisham, Georgia in September 1863 and was laid to rest in Long Pond Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. James W. Corbin

(1840 - 1912)

Enlisted as a Private in Company K, Florida 4th Infantry Regiment on 16 Jul 1861 in Tampa, Florida.  He was laid to rest in Cross City Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Dennis Driggers

(1840 - 1919)

Enlisted as a Private on 9 December 1861 in Company F of the 1st Regiment, Florida Calvary, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Mingo Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Levy (Levi) Ellison

(1843 - 1890)

Enlisted as a Private in Company B of the 4th Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Mingo Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Charles H. Emmerson

(1836 - 1900)

Enlisted on 10 May 1862 as a Private in Company C, 8th Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  In life, he was a Doctor.  He was laid to rest in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Charles Dell Fletcher

(1839 - 1887)

Enlisted as a Private in Company F, Florida 10th Infantry Regiment on 9 May 1862.  He mustered out on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  He was laid to rest in O'Brien Cemetery, O'Brien, Suwannee County, Florida.

Pvt. James Ball Fletcher

(1846 - 1927)

Enlisted as a Private in Company F, Florida 10th Infantry Regiment on 10 May 1862.  He mustered out on 29 Dec 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia.  He was laid to rest in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida

Pvt. John Lemuel Fletcher

(1844 - 1883)

Enlisted as a Private in Company A, Florida 10th Infantry Regiment on 24 July 1862.  He mustered out on 29 December 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia.  He was laid to rest in O'Brien Cemetery, O'Brien, Suwannee County, Florida.

Pvt. Washington Fletcher

(1836 - 1913)

Enlisted as a Private in Capt, R. R. Haws Company A., 10th Georgia Regiment, Sims Brigade on 10 March 1861.  He mustered out on 10 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  He was laid to rest in Frazier Cemetery, Lafayette County, Florida.

Lt. Lewis Anthony Frazier

(1839 - 1918)

Enlisted as a Private in Company E, Florida 5th Infantry Regiment on 8 May 1862.  He mustered out on 12 Jun 1862 and transferred to Company A, Florida 8th Infantry Regiment on 12 Jun 1862.

 

In the campaign of The Wilderness in May 1864, the Brigade lost 250 men. Jacob Futch was wounded in this battle and was sent to the General Hospital at Liberty, Virginia. Records show that he was issued clothing there on 21 May 1864. Company Muster Rolls for September and October 1864 show that he was absent for reason of being in the hospital because of wounds sustained at the Wilderness. The next record appears on 15 April 1865 at the War's end. Jacob's name appeared on a register of refugees and rebel deserters received by the Provost Marshal General in Washington, D.C., on 17 April 1865. It was ordered that he be furnished transportation to Cedar Key, Florida. It seems that Jacob had stuck it out, since this was eight days after Lee's surrender at Appomattox. 

He was laid to rest in Long Pond Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Alfred Jacob "jake" Futch

(1832 - 1898)

Enlisted  as a Private 5 September 1861 in Company C, 4th Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Fayetteville Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Thomas J. Gornto

(1841 - 1909)

Corporal Silas Hatch fought under Captain Noble A. Hull, Company H of the 1st Florida Cavalry,  C.S.A.  He was captured at Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee and imprisoned at Rock Island Prison, Molene, Illinois.  He was laid to rest in Old McCrabb Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Cpl. Silas Hatch

(1843 - 1885)

Served as a corporal in Company F of the 2nd Regiment, Florida Calvary, C.S.A. He was laid to rest in Sandhill Cemetery, Horseshoe Beach, Dixie County, Florida.

Cpl. Joseph N. Herring

(1840 - 1902)

Enlisted as a Private in Company F of the 1st Regiment, Florida Calvary, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Mingo Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. John Wesley Hines

(1833 - 1929)

Enlisted as a Private on 1 September 1861 in Company D of the 1st Regiment, Florida Calvary.  He was shot at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia on 22 July 1864 and was laid to rest in Hodge Cemetery, Suwannee, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. James M. Hodge

(1846 - 1902)

Enlisted as a Private on 18 February 1863 in Company E of the 9th Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was listed as hospitalized for being sick in Howard's Grove Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.  He was also hospitalized on 1 April in Farmville, Virginia.  He was transferred from Company E to Company H on 1 October 1863.  He was laid to rest in Mingo Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Felix Hurst

(1819 - 1885)

Enlisted as a Private in Lutterloh's Company, 1st Battalion Florida Special Calvary, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Old McCrabb Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Zachariah Jones

(1848 - 1899)

Enlisted as a Private in Company D, Florida 5th Infantry Regiment on 31 March 1862 with his brothers Newell and Henry.  He mustered out on 31 May 1862 due to disability.  On 7 June 1864 he re-enlisted in Company D, Florida 1st Infantry Reserves.  On 10 May 1865 he was on the prisoner's of war list surrendered by Major General Sam Jones, CSA in Tallahassee, Florida and was paroled on 15 May 1865 in Madison, Florida.

John's brothers, Newell and Henry served with their unit in Richmond, Virginia.  Newell passed away on 25 December 1862 of dysentery in Chimborazo Hospital.  Henry passed away on 2 March 1863 of pneumonia in General Hospital.

He was laid to rest in Sellers Cemetery, Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida.

Pvt. John Franklin Lindsey

(1846 - 1874)

Enlisted on 12 December 1861 at Fernandina, Florida as a Private in Company F of the 10th Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A.  He was Surrendered on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  He was listed as Wounded on 20 February 1864 in Olustee, Florida (Severe head wound) and he was laid to rest in Cross City Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. Allen E. Mikell

(1833 - 1892)

Enlisted as a Private on 19 April 1862 in Company D of the 2nd Regiment, Florida Calvary, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in Keen Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. James L. Oliver

(Unknown - 1919)

Enlisted as a Private on 2 November 1861 in Company H, 1st Florida Calvary, C.S.A.  He was laid to rest in New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. James A. Peacock

(1842 - 1900)

Enlisted as a Private on 14 May 1862 in Company I of the 8th Regiment, Florida Infantry, C.S.A. His name is spelled as RAULERSON in the roster.  He was wounded at Bristow Station on 14 October 1862 and was laid to rest in Butler Cemetery, Horseshoe Beach, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. William Rollison, Jr.

(1827 - 1903)

Enlisted as a Private on 12 May 1861 in Company A 1st Regiment, Florida Cavalry. He was captured at the battle of Franklin, Tennessee on 30 November 1864. He was laid to rest in Sandhill Cemetery, Horseshoe Beach, Dixie County, Florida.

Pvt. John H. Tedder

(1829 - 1882)

Enlisted as a Private in August 1861 in Company I Infantry Regiment, Florida Cavalry. He was wounded during the battle at Perryville, Kentucky on 11 October 1862 and was discharged in April 1865. He was laid to rest in Smith Cemetery, Horseshoe Beach, Dixie County, Florida. 

Pvt. Henry M. Smith

(1840 - 1892)

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