Submitted by Tim Harrison
The following is a list of Confederate companies in which men from DeSoto County served during the war. Some were raised in DeSoto County, while others were raised in surrounding counties in either Mississippi or Tennessee. Yet others had DeSoto County men in them due to the need to bring these companies up to strength. This especially occurred late in the war. Unless noted otherwise, all regiments are Mississippi regiments.Infantry:
1st Regiment, Co. A (mostly Marshall)
1st Regiment, Co. A Walker Reserves (Marshall)
1st Regiment, Co. D DeSoto Greys (DeSoto)
1st Regiment, Co. F Alcorn Rifles (Marshall)
9th Regiment, New Co. A Capt Wallaces Company (DeSoto)
9th Regiment, Old Co. D Jeff Davis Rifles (Marshall)
9th Regiment, Old Co. E Horn Lake Volunteers (became New Co. A, 10th Infantry) (DeSoto)
9th Regiment, Old Co. G DeSoto Guards (DeSoto)
9th Regiment, Old Co. I Senatobia Invincibles (DeSoto)
9th Regiment, Old Co. K Irrepressibles (DeSoto)
9th Battalion, Sharpshooters, Co. A. (Unknown)
10th Regiment, New Co. A Horn Lake Volunteers (DeSoto)
17th Regiment, Co. I Pettus Rifles (DeSoto)
19th Regiment, Co. I Marshall Rifles (Marshall)
21st Regiment, Co. A Volunteer Southrons (Warren)
22nd Regiment, Co. F DeSoto Rebels (DeSoto)
29th Regiment, Co. D Fishing Creek Avengers (Yalobusha)
29th Regiment, Co. I DeSoto Brothers (DeSoto)
34th Regiment, Co. E Coldwater Rebles (34th AKA 37th for a time) (Marshall)
36th Regiment, Co. D Yankee Hunters (Newton)
42nd Regiment, Co. B Senatobia Invincibles No.2 (DeSoto)
42nd Regiment, Co. C Nelsons Avengers (DeSoto)
42nd Regiment, Co. D Capt. Lockes Company (DeSoto)
44th Regiment, Co. D DeSoto Beauregards (44th AKA Blythes) (DeSoto)
1st Regiment (Adams/Woods), Co. B DeSoto Light Dragoons (AKA Wirt Adams) (DeSoto)
1st Regiment (Adams/Woods), Co. G Warren Dragoons (AKA Wirt Adams)
2nd Regiment, Co. D Senatobia Opposers (2nd AKA 4th and 42nd) (DeSoto)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Ballantines), Co. C Porters Company (Tennessee)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Ballentines), Co. K Jernigans Company (Panola)
(Below also known as Blythes Battalion and 1st Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry State Troops)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Blythes), Co A DeSoto Partisans (DeSoto)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Blythes), Co. B Bowens Rangers (DeSoto)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Blythes), Co. C Wards Company (DeSoto)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Blythes), Co. D Renfroes Company (DeSoto)
2nd Regiment Partisan Rangers (Blythes), Co. F Hunt Rangers (DeSoto)
Blythes Battalion Cavalry, Co. A & B (DeSoto)
3rd Regiment, Co. E Richmonds Company (Marshall)
3rd TN Regiment, Co. F (Shelby Co., TN)
5th Regiment, Co. B Trotters Company (Carroll)
5th Regiment, Co. K Wards Company (5th Regiment formerly 19th Battalion (Georges) (DeSoto)
5th Regiment, Co. L Saunders Company
7th TN Regiment, Co. A (Shelby Co., TN)
8th Regiment, Co. H Morris Company (8th AKA 19th Battalion) (DeSoto & Panola)
12th Cavalry (local unofficial), Companies A K (DeSoto)
13th TN Regiment, Co. A (Shelby Co., TN)
14/15 TN Regiment, Co. G
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. C Carrolls Company (18th AKA Chalmers Battalion) (DeSoto and others)
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. D Smith Rangers (Tippah)
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. F Pettus Rangers (DeSoto & Panola)
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. G Perrys Company (Panola)
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. H Peach Creek Rangers (DeSoto & Panola)
18th Battalion/Regiment, Co. K Raines Company (DeSoto)
28th Regiment, Co. F Clantons Company (Yalobusha)
28th Regiment, Co. L Morris Company (DeSoto)
Senatobia Rangers (State Troops) (DeSoto)
Hams Regiment, Co. F Gilstraps Company (Hams AKA 7th Cav (Hams) (Itawamba)
Hughes Battalion, Co. F Wilbourns Company (Marshall)
Hunt Rangers (State Troops) (DeSoto)
Perrins Battalion, Co. I Bookters Company (Oktibbeha) (Perrins AKA 11th Cav)
Barretts MO Battery (recruited in Memphis, TN)
Brookhaven Light Artillery (AKA Hoskins Battery)
Pettus Flying Artillery (AKA Hooles Company and Hudsons Battery) (Panola)
14th Battalion, Mississippi Light Artillery (Panola)
Spanish American War
First Regiment, MS Volunteer Infantry, Field & Staff
First Regiment, MS Volunteer Infantry, Company A
First Regiment, MS Volunteer Infantry, Company B
First Regiment, MS Volunteer Infantry, Company C
DeSoto County and the Spanish American and Philippine American Wars
Alternate Designations - CSA Units
Captain Anderson’s Company: Co. C, 1st Battalion Mississippi Volunteers, Mexican War
Casualties of the 34th Mississippi Regiment at Perryville
Civil War Articles Index to “DeSoto Descendants”
Craven, Herman C., DeSoto County Hero of WWI
DeSoto Chaplains in Gray
DeSoto's Confederate Dead
DeSoto Deaths: Korea and Vietnam
DeSoto World War I Veterans
DeSoto World War II Enlistees, Abram - Darling - MS Archives
DeSoto World War II Enlistees, Davis - Jenkins - MS Archives
DeSoto World War II Enlistees, Jobe - Quon - MS Archives
DeSoto World War II Enlistees, Ragan - Youngblood - MS Archives
Lebauve, Col. Felix
Military History of Mississippi, 1803-1809
Military History of Mississippi, 1812-1836
Military History of Mississippi, 1846-1848
Military History of Mississippi, 1898
Military Tax List - 1863
Hughey, Samuel A. "Old Hughey"
Mississippi at Gettysburg
Mississippians in the Mexican War
Mississippians Killed at Gettysburg
Mississippians Paroled at Appomattox Court House, VA
The Last Full Measure - World War II Casualties/Wounded List
The Story of Ferdinand Schwamm, Union Soldier
1890 Union Veterans and Widows Census
1906 Confederate Veterans and Widows Enumeration for DeSoto County
1910 Civil War Veterans
1938 Confederate Veteran, Widow & Servant Pension List
Confederate Pension Records
Pension Applications (PDF Format - Get Adobe Reader)
Anderson, Bannister (servant)
Baker, James D.
Banks, R. M.
Barham, Mrs. N. S. (widow of N. S.)
Batie, Alfred (servant)
Birmingham, S. T.
Boggan, Mrs. J. H.
Boggan, T. D.
Boyd, C. M.
Brown, Daniel (servant)
Chalmers, Nat (servant)
Chamberlin, Bettie (widow of James)
Clifton, A. B.
Colbert, Jim (servant)
Collins, Mary A (widow of Hiram H)
Connally, Anna B (widow of George W)
Cooper, Richard H
Dalehite, Wm. A.
Dean, Mrs. T. J. (widow of Thomas J)
Dean, Thomas Jefferson, Jr.
Drane, Ben (servant)
Duke Perry (servant)
Dye, L. J. (widow of James M.)
Eason, E. E., Sr.
Eddins, J. B.
Elder, A. L.
Forrest, Ben (servant)
Gartrell, J. C.
Glenn, W. L.
Glover, Dan (servant)
Halbert, Mrs. Lucy E. (wife of George Calvin)
Ham, Mrs. Jim
Harrison, J. D.
Hobbs, Mrs. J. A.
Hudson, R. E.
Jackson, L. S.
Jackson, Mrs. L. S. (widow of Len S)
Jones, Ella (wife of L.L. Jones)
Jones, John T.
Knox, George (servant)
Lane, Sim (servant)
Lauderdale, A. M.
Lauderdale, E. B.
Laughter, Georgia A.
Laughter, W. E.
Lee, W. D.
McCandless, J. R.
McCargo, Robert Payne
McCracken, Mary F (widow of John P)
McGehee, Alex (servant)
McGehee, Cary (servant)
McGehee, George (servant)
Miller, William Thomas
Mills, Sallie (wife of George W. Mills)
Mosby, M. W., Sr.
Myers, Asbury (servant)
Odom, James (servant)
Odom, Nat (servant)
Parsons, Dora (wife of William Parsons)
Robertson, A. T.
Rutland, Minnie D. (widow of John W.)
Sivley, Mary E. (wife of Andrew Sivley)
Smith, Marion (servant)
Solomon, Eliza (widow of Augustus Marian)
Stone, R. S.
Tate, John (servant)
Titus, Alex (servant)
Tribble, N. J.
Tribble, Nathaniel J
Vinson, J. M.
Waldrop, Aldophus Pierce
Walker, Eli (servant)
Walton, S. A.
White, Jane Meridian (widow of John Brown Lafayett White)
Whitfield, Oliver (servant)
Wilcox, Mrs. Mary (wife of John B. Wilcox)
DeSoto County Coordinator: Tim Harrison
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