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35th MS Regiment, Co. B

Organized & Enlisted 1 March 1862

The Southern Star, DeKalb, Mississippi, 5 June 1907, Published by O. Gerwin.

This roster was donated to the site by John Oden.

Name of Soldier

Additional Information

A. M. Jack Captain, resigned April 1862
C. W. McAllister 1st Lieutenant, died April 1862
G. W. Oden 2nd Lieutenant, promoted to Captain April 1862;
wounded at Corinth, Mississippi
W. J. Flake 3rd Lieutenant
Wm. Adams Killed at Corinth, 4 October 1862
J. M. Adams  
J. H. Aust  
Charley Anderson  
J. A. Blakley Killed at Franklin, Tennessee, 30 November 1864
George Bannerman Elected 2nd Lieutenant, April 1862
T. P. Bannerman  
T. R. Bennett Wounded at Corinth, 4 October 1862, and at Franklin, Tennessee, 30 November 1864
James Barfield  
John Barfield  
J. C. Barksdale  
Wm. Brown  
Joe Black  
John Bates  
Lot Ballard Killed at Vicksburg, 1863
A. B. Cherry Killed at Kennesaw Mountain, January 1864
T. J. Cherry  
I. M. Cherry  
A. M. Cherry  
John Cherry  
James Campbell  
Wm. Clark  
H. P. Carter  
Marion Carter Wounded at Casseville, Georgia
Louis Cockrell  
James Cockrell  
George Corbin  
J. C. Carpenter Wounded at Atlanta
Wm. Davis Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain;
and at Blakeley, Alabama
T. E. Davis  
Wm. Danton  
J. P. Davis  
E. Diffey  
Ws. D. Edwards Wounded at Corinth, Mississippi
J. J. Edwards  
Napoleon Edwards Died in prison
Wm. Evans  
Warren Felton  
J. G. Felton Elected 3rd Lieutenant, 1864;wounded at Blakeley, Alabama
J. A. Flake Wounded at Alteena, Georgia
John Farmer  
John Grace  
M. J. Grace  
Joseph Grace  
Joshua Grace  
Hamp Grace Killed at Corinth
Wm. Gary Killed at Atlanta
G. C. Gregory  
Levi Howard  
N. F. Hardin  
Y. B. Howell  
Pat Hampton  
Alex Hale  
Wm. Hailey Killed at Corinth
Levi Johnson  
Thos. Kitchens  
Frank Kernop  
John Kerr Elected 1st Lieutenant, 1862;
wounded at Corinth
James Kerr  
N. S. Knighton  
Sim Lang  
Wiley Lang  
Lanier, William Henry (not listed on this roster, but tombstone is inscribed with this designation)
Jessie Long Elected 3rd Lieutenant, 1833;
killed at Atlanta, August 1864
Van B. Long  
K. P. Long  
Mark Lassiter  
Gale Lassiter (John G. Lassiter)  
Mel Lassiter  
Bryant Lam Wounded at Atlanta
Wm. Lanier  
Hendon Morris Killed at Atlanta
Luther Morris  
Pat McCalabb  
Calvin McCalabb  
John A. McKade  
J. W. McKade  
Wm. J. McDade, Sr.  
J. C. McDade  
Wm. J. McDade, jr. Wounded at Franlkin
C. A. McDade  
John McLaurin Wounded at New Hope, Georgia
Keni McCaskill  
George Maes  
Allen Maise  
Jim Metcalf  
James Mobley  
D. E. Newell Wounded at Corinth
J. J. Newell  
D. Neville  
Jos. B. Oden  
George Oden Wounded at Blakeley, Alabama
B. K. Oden  
Ben Pool  
Rich Pool  
John Parish  
Steve Parish Wounded at Corinth
Charley Parker  
Wm. Rainey Killed at Corinth
Tom Roberts  
George Rowe  
Jessie Rowe Wounded at Corinth
Aron Rosenbaum Killed at Kennesaw Mountain
Ben T. Rush  
J. C. Roes  
J. F. Stewart  
Wm. Shannon  
Thomas Scott  
Frank Swearingin  
V. G. Sanders Wounded at Corinth
P. S. Stokes  
Hiram Tilman Killed at Atlanta
Cap Thomas  
Wm. Thomas  
Pink Turner  
D. C. Traderway  
Furman Treadaway Killed at Hanita [?]
A. J. Townsend  
Alex Wilson  
Bill Wilson Killed at Corinth
Joe Wilson  
K. Wilkerson  
J. W. White  
John Witsett  


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