Geneology

WILLIAM MITCHELL, Hartford, was elected captain, Sept. 22, 1861, and was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

MOSES WICKLIFFE, South Carrollton, was elected first lieutenant, Sept. 22, 1861. He took part in nearly all the engagements of the command up to the autumn of 1864, after which he was the acting quartermaster of the regiment till the close.

PRICE C. NEWMAN, Louisville, was elected second lieutenant, November, 1861, and was elected captain at the reorganization, May 15, 1862. Fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro’, and in all the mounted engagements. Died in Louisville, July 30 1894.

H. H. HARRIS, Greenville, was elected second lieutenant, November, 1861. Fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Baton Rouge; was severely wounded at the latter place, Aug. 5, 1862, and resigned on account of it, Feb. 27, 1864.

FIELDING FORMAN, Hartford, was elected second lieutenant, May 14, 1862. He fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro; and in the cavalry engagements up to December, 1864, when he died of a wound received near Savannah, Ga.

JAMES W. FORD, Hartford, was elected second lieutenant, March 10, 1864. He fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro’, and in the mounted engagements. He was wounded at Chicka­mauga.

ALEXANDER T. HINES, Hartford, was appointed first sergeant, September, 1861. He fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro’, and in the mounted engagements.

STEPHEN W. ROWAN, Livermore, was appointed second sergeant, September, 1861. He fought in nearly all the battles of his company to the close, and was wounded at Jonesboro.

J. L. COLLINS, Hartford, was appointed third sergeant, September, 1861. He fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro’, and in the mounted engagements. He was wounded at Shiloh, Baton Rouge, and Chickamauga, and was awarded Medal of Honor for gallant and meritorious conduct at Stone River.

SAM 0. PEYTON, Auburn, was appointed fourth sergeant, September, 1861. He took part in nearly all the engagements of his company to the close, and was wounded at Intrenchment Creek, July 22, 1864.

JOSEPH G. HALL, Glasgow, was appointed fifth sergeant, September, 1861. He was captured at Whippoorwill Bridge, in 1861, but was exchanged, rejoined the company in September, 1862, and took part in nearly all the subsequent engagements to the close. He was wounded at Chickamauga.

JAMES H. FAUGHENDER, Greenville, was appointed first corporal, September, 1861. He fought in nearly all the battles of his company to the close.

C. C. AMBROSE, Paradise, was appointed second corporal, September, 1861. He fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Hartsville, and Stone River; was wounded at Stone River, and long disabled, but reentered the ranks at Dalton, and took part in nearly ail the subsequent engagements.

JAMES W. YOUNTZ, Paradise’, was appointed third corporal, September, 1861. He was generally in ill health, but took part in most of the battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga.

WM. T. SMITH, Hartford, was appointed fourth corporal, September, 1861. He was enlisted when a mere boy, but served throughout, and was once or twice wounded.

JNO. L. F. AMBROSE, Paradise, died in Atlanta of a wound received in battle. No other facts are known to the writer.

J. ROLLA AUSTIN, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, and Stone River. He was wounded at the latter place, and died from the effects of it.

JOHN T. BERRYMAN, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh and Vicksburg, and died of wound received at the latter place.

WM. F. BISHOP, Louisville, fought at Shiloh, and was wounded there; served some time as regimental clerk; was captured at Manchester, 1863; escaped into Canada, and remained there some time, but rejoined the company.

W. D. BURNEY, Kentucky, died at Griffin of wound received in battle. No other facts are known to the writer.

R. SAMUEL BROOKS, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Baton Rouge; was killed at the latter place, Aug. 5, 1862.

JOHN BLAZER, Russellville, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, and Chickamauga. He was captured near Mission Ridge, November, 1863, and was detained in prison till near the close of the war.

I.P. BARNARD, Hartford, took part in some of the earlier engagements, but was discharged at Stone River, November, 1862, being under age.

WM. T. BARNETT, Kentucky, died of disease.

SAMUEL L. BERRY, Cromwell, took part in some of the earlier engagements, but was discharged in November, 1862, being under age.

HENRY G. COWLING, Louisville, took part in the earlier battles of 1862, but, being over age, he was discharged in November of that year. He was afterward engaged in the ordnance depart­ment at Augusta, Ga.

JOEL CRAIG, Kentucky, died of disease at Tishomingo Bridge, on the retreat from Corinth.

CHARLES T. CHINN, Cromwell, fought in most of the battles of his company, and was twice wounded.

JOHN CHINN, Kentucky.

JAMES S. CHINN, Hartford, took part in most of the battles of his command, and was once severely wounded.

W. R. CHAPMAN, Hartford, engaged in most of the battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga. He was sometimes employed as pioneer.

RICHARD GREEN, Kentucky, took part in some of the engagements, and was captured at Stone River. No other facts are known to the writer.

JOSEPH HALL, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

HENRY E. HEWES, Louisville, was appointed commissary sergeant, Feb. 12, 1862, and was retained in that office, and almost constantly engaged in its duties till the close of the war.

WM. P. HARRIS, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

H. H. HARRIS, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

HARRY HENDRICKS, Muhlenberg County, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

D. C. HAY, Greenville, was wounded and captured at Shiloh. Afterward died of disease.

O. P. HILL, Hartford, fought in nearly all the battles to the close, and was once or twice wounded.

JOHN F. JERNIGAN, Greenville, was one of the infirmary detail during the battle of Shiloh, and fought in most of the subsequent battles.

BEN G. JERNIGAN, Greenville, was wounded in battle at Shiloh. No other facts are known to the writer.

JOS. L. JACKSON, Rochester. No other facts than that he was a member of the company are known to the writer.

C. K. JONES, Kentucky, fought in most of the earlier engagements, and died in 1863 of wounds received at Jackson, Miss.

J. ED. JONES, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6,1862.

R. W. JONES, Kentucky. No other facts than that he was a member of the company have been communicated to the writer.

A. H. KINCHELOE, South Carrollton, fought in some of the earlier battles, but was discharged in November, 1862, being under age.

A. J. KIRTLEY, South Carrollton, fought in nearly all the battles of the company, and was wounded at Chickamauga and Jonesboro’.

ELISHA B. KIRTLEY, McLean County, was for some time a member of Co. C, First Kentucky Cavalry; afterward enlisted in the Ninth Kentucky; fought in the skirmishes about Tuscumbia, in battles at Shiloh, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, and on the retreat to Dalton. Was discharged because of disability by disease, February, 1864.

N. R. LETNER, South Carrollton, took part in some of the engagements, and was wounded at Shiloh.

AL LINN, Kentucky. No facts-known to the writer.

W. C. LANDER, Kentucky, was not enlisted till the second year of the war, but engaged in some of the subsequent battles, and was captured on the retreat from Mission Ridge.

JNO. J. MAHAN, Paradise, fought in most of the battles of his company, and is believed to have been once or twice wounded.

DAVID MIDKIFFE, Hartford, was discharged on account of disability by disease, October, 1862.

JAMES S. MITCHELL, Hartford, died of disease at Bowling Green, 1861.

CHARLES MITCHELL, Kentucky, died of disease.

C. W. MILLER, Hartford, was generally on detail service till November, 1862, when he was discharged, being over age.

J. S. MORTON, Kentucky, was transferred to Dibbrell’s cavalry.

JAMES H. NEVILLE, Cynthiana. No other facts than that he was a member of the company have been communicated to the writer.

WM. C. PENDLETON, Hartford, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

CRAVEN PEYTON, Hartford, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, and Hartsville, and was killed at the latter place, Dec. 7, 1862. He was at that time serving on the staff of Gen. Mor­gan.

JAMES H. ROLL, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 7, 1862.

GEORGE RANNEY, Muhlenberg County, took part in nearly all the battles up to the spring of 1863, when he was discharged on account of disability by disease. He was wounded at Shiloh.

CHARLES IV. ROTHNOCK, Hartford, fought at Shiloh. No other facts known to the writer.

LYCURGUS REID, Ohio County, was wounded at Hartsville; severely wounded at Dallas; slightly wounded near Richland, Ga.; was once hurt in a railroad accident; and served some time as agent for the purchase of hospital supplies. Since the war he has been police judge of Rockport and filled other civil office. “I teach my children,” he once wrote to a friend, “to honor the men of the Orphan Brigade above all others. I point them out as we meet them as men on whom the country can depend in time of need.”

ALBERT ROBINSON, Kentucky, was wounded at Intrenchment Creek, July 22, 1864.

S. W. ROWAN, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

E. C. SHULL, Kentucky, was generally disabled by disease for active service, but engaged in some of the battles, and was killed at Chickamauga.

W. T. SMITH, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

ELIAS G. SMITH, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

PHILIP SNAPP, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta, at Peachtree and Intrenchment Creeks. He was killed at the latter place, July 22, 1864.

DAVID SAULSBURG, Owensboro’, died of disease at Columbus, Miss., 1862.

JAMES E. TAYLOR, Bowling Green, engaged in nearly all the battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga.

WM. TAYLOR, Ohio County, took part in some of the earlier engagements.

W. F. TATUM, Hartford, was generally disabled by disease for active duty, but took part in some of the engagements.

MONROE TINSLEY, Livermore, engaged in nearly all the battles, and was wounded at Shiloh and Resaca.

DIDWARD TINSLEY, Livermore, fought at Shiloh and Vicksburg. He was wounded at the latter place, and disabled for further service during the war.

GUS THOMPSON, Kentucky, died of disease at Russellville, Ky.1861.

M. O. TOWNS, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

ROBT. TYRER, Kentucky, died of disease.

HENRY L. VICKERS, Hawesville, fought at Shiloh, and was wounded there, April 7, 1862. He was discharged soon afterwards, being disabled by the effects of the wound.

JAMES W. WEEKS, Rochester, took part in some of the battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga.

JOHN K. WICKLIFFE, Greenville, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca. He was killed at the latter place, May 14, 1864.

ELIJAH WOODWARD, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh.

JOHN WOODWARD, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

JEROME B. WILLIAMS, Manchester, Tenn., was enlisted in the spring of 1863; fought at Jackson and Chickamauga; was wounded at the latter place, and afterward, March 27, 1864, he was transferred to Co. B, Twenty-ninth Tennessee Infantry.

M. L. WEEKS, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.

JAMES L. WALTHALL, Kentucky, died at Montgomery, Ala., of wound received in battle. No other facts are known to the writer than that he fought at Shiloh.

R. W. WALLACE, Paradise, was disabled by lameness for active field duty, and was generally employed as ward-master of hospital.

THOMAS B. YOUNG, Bowling Green, engaged in most of the battles of his company, and was more than once wounded. Was at one time third corporal.