as submitted by Len
I have CSA service records for my g.g.grandfather John J. N. Nash and his two younger brothers... all were from Neshoba County and all served in Company B.
5th Mississippi Infantry Regiment:
Pvt. John J. N. Nash (my g.g.grandfather, b. 1828), wounded in right thigh by bullet during the morning attack on the 18th Wisconsin on morning of April 6th, 1862.
John J. N. Nash was also in Wilson's independent Company of Mounted Men.
2nd Sgt. Ira Marion Nash (b. 1841), wounded in forehead by rifle bullet, during the attack on union camps the morning of April 6th, 1862... died of this wound same day.
Pvt. Charles Albert Nash (b. 1832), later served in the 11th Mississippi.
They were sons of Ira Norris Nash and Lucy Nash. Ira Norris Nash had served in the State Legislature (1846-1848).
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