Florida Confederate Rosters

1st Battalion, Florida Special Cavalry

Originally mustered as artillery and was organized during the fall of 1861 with six companies.  During June 1864, it became part of the 10th Florida Infantry Regiment. Liuetnenant Colonels Daniel P. Holland and Charles F. Hopkins and Major William W. Scott were in command.

1st Regiment, Florida Cavalry

Organized in July 1861 near Tallahassee, Florida. It served in Florida until the spring of 1862 when seven companies were dismounted. In 1863, it was consolidated with the 4th Florida Infantry Regiment. However, Companies A, E, and F continued to serve as cavalry.  It surrendered on 26 April 1865.

2nd Regiment, Florida Cavalry

Organized at Jacksonville, Florida in July 1861.

3rd Battalion, Florida Cavalry

Organized at Pensacola, Florida in March 1862. Includes Meyer's and 15th Confederate Cavaly.

1st Regiment, Florida Infantry

Formerly known as the 1st Florida Infantry Battalion, was organized in March 1861 at Chattahoochee Arsenal. Its members were from the counties of Leon, Alachua, Madison, Jefferson, Jackson, Franklin, Gadsden, and Escambia. In December, 1862, it was united with the 3rd Florida Infantry Regiment. Few surrendered on 26 April 865. The field officers were Colonels J. Patton Anderson and William Miller, Lieutenant Colonels William K. Beard and Thaddeus A. McDonell, and Major Clover A. Ball.

1st Regiment, Florida Infantry Reserves

The Florida 1st Infantry Regiment Reserves was comprised of 12 companies. Men were recruited throughout Florida. Most of the members were too young or old for regular service.

2nd Battalion, Florida Infantry

Formerly known as the 2nd Battalion Partisan Rangers.  It was organized during the summer of 1863 with five companies, later increased to six. In June 1864, four companies merged into the 10th Florida Regiment and two into the 11th Florida Regiment.

2nd Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Jacksonville, Florida in July 1861. Its twelve companies contained men from Escambia, Columbia, Leon, Marion, Jackson, Alachua, St. Johns, Putnam, Hamilton, Nassau, and Madison counties.  It surrendered on 9 April 1865.

3rd Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized near Pensacola, Florida in July 1861. The unit served along the coast at Talbot Island and Cedar Keys, then moved to Mobile during December 1862 and consolidated with the 1st Florida Infantry Regiment.

4th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized in the summer of 1861 at Jacksonville, Florida.  During December 1863, it was consolidated with the 1st Florida Cavalry Regiment.

5th Battalion, Florida Cavalry

Organized in the summer of 1863 with eight companies. Its members were recruited in the counties of Jackson, Gadsden, Leon, Escambia, Columbia, and Wakulla. It served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and took an active part in the battles of Olustee, Gainesville, Milton, and Braddock's Farm. The unit surrendered at Tallahassee , Florida on 10 May 1865. Lieutenant Colonel George W. Scott and Major William H. Milton were in command.

5th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Tallahassee, Florida during the spring of 1862.

6th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Chattahoochee, Florida in March 1862, and ended the war in North Carolina.

7th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Gainesville, Florida in April 1862. During the war it served in R.C. Trigg's, Finley's, and J.A. Smith's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. The unit surrendered on 26 April 1865.

8th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Lake City, Florida during the summer of 1862. The unit was soon ordered to Virginia. It surrendered with the Army of Northern Virginia

9th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized at Hanover Junction, Virginia in June 1864. The unit served with the Army of Northern Virginia at Cold Harbor, It was involved in the Appomattox Campaign and surrendered on 9 April 1865.

10th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized in June 1864, by consolidating six companies of the 1st and four of the 2nd Florida Infantry Battalions. Some of the men were from Alachua and Putnam counties. It surrendered with the Army of Northern Virginia.

11th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Organized in June 1864, by consolidating part of the 2nd and the 4th Florida Infantry Battalions.  Many of the men were recruited in Hendry, Jackson, and Bradford counties.  In April 1865, it surrendered 4 officers and 19 men.

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