St. Louisans in Gray

Known Confederate Soldiers who were residents of City or County of St. Louis.

St. Louis as it appeared in 1860.

The following are names compiled from a variety of sources. Some have simply been identified as "Confederate" with no known rank or unit identification.


Sgt. Major James W. Allen, 4th Mo Infantry
Lt. Lewis  Allen, 63rd Al Infantry
Maj. Alexander Givens Anderson, Missouri Brigade Quatermaster
Roger Perry Annan, 7th Va Cavalry
Lt. J. B. Atchison, 3rd Missouri Infantry (Post war occupation: Physician)
Lt. Robert Chilton Atkinson, 3rd Va Infantry, 3rd Va Cav., 10th Va Cav., 13th Va Cav., Chew's Battery of Horse Artillery
Capt. LeGrand Atwood,  Surgeon. Missouri State Guard. President of the St. Louis Medical Society. Became Mayor of Ferguson, Mo. Died Aug 22, 1917
Capt. Archer Bankhead, 2nd Missouri Infantry
James P. Bannerman, Quartermaster, Gen. Mosby Parson's Brigade
Father John B. Bannon, Chaplain, Missouri Brigade
Capt. William P. Barlow, 1st Missouri Light Artillery
Lt. James Barron, 1st Missouri Artillery
Michael Barry, died in Confederate hospital during war. Unit unknown. Daughter, Mrs. M.C. Chamberlain, living at 3239 Pulaski Street, St. Louis, Mo. inquiry (1927), p. 832.
Capt. T. W. Bartlett, commanded the "St. Louis company" of 13th Arkansas Regiment. 
Lt. Fleming Bates, Von Phul's Missouri Light Artillery
Brig. Gen. William N. R. Beall, Commanded Brigade of Arkansas/Louisiana troops in Army of Trans-Mississippi. (after the war resided in St. Louis)
John Bell, Missouri Brigade
William Bell, "St. Louis National guard" State Milita, Missouri State Guard, Missouri Brigade. Wrote article in 1923 issue of Confederate veteran about experiences at Camp Jackson. Served until surrender in 1865 along with older brother, John.
Marcus Bernheimer, listed as one of the Confederate veterans serving on the advisory board for the St. Louis Confederate monument, erected  Dec 5, 1914 in Forest Park.
2nd Lt. A. C. Blakely, 1st Missouri Infantry
Brig. Gen. William R. Boggs, Served under Gen. E. Kirby Smith to the Trans-Mississippi department, where he acted as chief of staff . 1870-1875 resided in St. Louis.
Maj. John B. Bond, surgeon. Missouri State Guard, Price's bodyguard, Little's Division and medical purveyor. Following the war, completed his medical training in St. Louis. Later resided in Arkansas. Died July 16, 1915.
Gen. John S. Bowen, Missouri Brigade
Capt. Joseph Boyce, former member of the famed "St. Louis Grays", 1st Missouri Infantry. Helped found the Missouri Historical Society and served as Commander of the "Military Order of the Blue and Gray".
Capt. F. P.  Bronaugh, After the war, served as 4th Lt. Commander of United Confederate Veterans, Camp St. Louis, No.731.
Sgt. William J. Bull, 3rd Field Battery Missouri Artillery (Wrote detailed wartime diary, published as "Missouri Brothers in Gray", edited by Michael E. Banasik)
Sgt. John P. Bull, Served on staff of Col. Emmett MacDonald (a collection of his letters home is included in the above book).
William V. Burton, LeSueur's Battery, Parson's Brigade, Price's Division. Member of Camp St. Louis, No.731, UCV.
Robert Busch, Co. D, 1st Missouri Infantry
Maj. Wallace Clark Butler, Army of Tennessee (Paymaster/Quartermaster)
Maj. Edward Carrington Cabell, Gen. Price's and Gen. Kirby Smith's Staff
Maj. Patrick Caniff, Co F 5th Missouri Infantry
E. T. Campbell, is listed as one of the veterans on the advisory board for the St. Louis Confederate monument, erected Dec. 5, 1914 in Forest Park.
Capt. Given Campbell, 2nd and 9th Kentucky Cavalry, President Jefferson Davis' Escort
Maj. Frank Carter, Gen. John S. Bowen's Staff and Army of Northern Virginia under Gen. Robert E. Lee.
R. C. Cave, Co. A 13th VA Infantry. Served under Stonewall Jackson and wounded at Battle of 2nd Manasas. Pastor of  "non-sectarian place of worship in Central West End". Active in the Congress of Religions at 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Wrote book entitled, "The Men in Gray". Spoke at dedication of St. Louis Confederatate monument in Forest Park in 1914.
Capt. John Rock Champion, Missouri State Guard Cavalry
2nd Lt. Edward F. Chappell, 3rd Mo Field Battery
Phil Chew, one of the Confederate veterans serving on the advisory board for the St. Louis Confederate monument, erected Dec. 5, 1914.
Sgt. William Ward Childs, 1st Missouri Light Artillery "Landis Battery"
Lt. Col. James Robert Claiborne, 37th Va Cavalry
Capt. S. Churchill Clark, Churchill's Missouri Artillery Battery. Grandson of Gen. William Clark of Lewis and Clark expedition. Killed at Battle of Elkhorn Tavern, Ark.
Brig. Gen. Meriwether Lewis Clark, (Son of Gen. William Clark, Explorer) 
General in Missouri State Guard and Colonel in Confederate States Army.
Charles S. Coleman, enlisted at age 16 in Gen. Tyree Bell's escort Cavalry, attached to Forrest's Cavalry. Member of St. Louis Camp, No. 731 UCV. Died Aug 29, 1927, St. Louis, Mo. Page 834
Capt. Stephen O. Coleman, Kelly's Regiment, Missouri State Guard
John W.  Combs Enlisted at age 19 under Col. McDonald, Missouri State Guard. Remained in Confederate service under Gen. Sterling Price. Shot in the head during one battle. Later served as Orderly Sgt. of 9th Mo. Infantry. Member of St. Louis Camp, No. 731, UCV.
Capt. Luther Conn, 3rd Ky Cavalry and 37th Ky Cavalry (Morgan's Division); and Jefferson Davis's Escort.
Lt. James B. Conroy, Kelly's Company, Co. A, 5th Missouri Infantry, Cockrell's Brigade.  Twice wounded in battle, Conroy was one of the few that penetrated the Federal works at the Battle of Franklin. He was a charter member of the Knights of Father Matthew. He died at his St. Louis home 5 March 1915.
Hon. William Mordecai Cooke
Lt. John Corcory, Capt. Henry Guibor's Missouri Artillery Battery. Page 67.
E. P. Creecy, After the war, served as "2nd Color Guard" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731
Lt. William A. Crow, Co F 5th Missouri Infantry. Killed at Battle of Franklin.
Sgt. John W. Cummiskey, "Quartermaster Sgt."in 3rd Mo Field Battery
Maj. Edward Cunningham, Jr., Asst. Adjutant General to Gen. T. J. "Stonewall" Jackson and Chief of Artillery for Gen. Kirby Smith.
Capt. Peter Daniels, Kentucky Orphan Brigade, Killed leading charge on 
Federal Battery at Battle of Chickamauga.
J. R. Daugherty, After the war, served as "First Color Guard" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731
Col. Alexander Davis, Fifth Division, Missouri State Guard
Rev. Jacob Dietzler,  Confederate Ambassador to England
Capt. William Dings, obituary in 1924 issue of Confederate Veteran magazine. Born Jan 26, 1841 St. Louis, Mo. Served under Gen. Sterling Price. Father was a German immigrant. Owned business, "William Dings & Sons Lumber Co.". Died May 29, 1924, buried at Bellefontaine cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.
Joseph T. Donavan, 1st Missouri Infantry. Recorded by Capt. Boyce as being the rank of ensign, and resident of St. Louis. He was badly wounded at Battle of Franklin, hit by a shell fragment.
Gen. Basil W. Duke, Missouri State Guard, Kentucky Orphan Brigade
and Morgan's Kentucky Cavalry.
A. H. Duncan, "Commanded Company H, 3rd Kentucky Regiment". Residing in St. Louis, Mo. in 1927, page 807.
Robert Duncan, Assistant Surgeon,  Shaler's/Gaither's Arkansas Infantry.
Sgt. Maj. Boanerges R. Edmondson, 1st Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Watie's).
Capt. Charles Edward Edmondson, 1st Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Watie's).
J. White Edwards, After the war, served as Commissary for (UCV) United Confederate Veterans, Camp St. Louis, No.731.
Sgt. Christopher P. Ellerbe, 8th Alabama Cavalry
Richard D. Fallis, Enlisted at age 17 under Gen. Sterling Price, wounded in Battle several times. Later served under Quantrill's command as a guerilla.  Former Commander of United Confederate Veterans, Camp St. Louis, No.731.
Lt. Samuel Farrington, 1st Missouri Confederate Artillery
Hon. Samuel Howard Ford, Confederate Congress for Kentucky
Hon. Thomas W. Freeman, C.S. Congressman
Brig. Gen. Daniel Marsh Frost, Missouri State Guard and Dept. of Trans-Mississippi.
Lt. Frank Gaiennie, A native of New Orleans, served in Co. G, 3rd LA Volunteers. In St. Louis he served as Police Commissioner, President of the Merchant's Exchange, manager of the St. Louis Exposition. He was one of the founders of the Veiled Prophet Organizations. Served as Adjutant of UCV, Camp St. Louis, No. 731. He died Feb 8, 1920 in St. Louis.
Andrew Hynes Gay, Co A 1st Louisiana Cavalry. Born in St. Louis sept. 25, 1841. Eldest son of Hon. Edward J. Gay, left St. Louis to join the Confederate army. After the war, remained in Louisiana.  President of the Athafalaya Levee board, and Police jury of Iberville Parish, LA. Died Nov 29, 1914, his remains brought to St. Louis, Mo.  for burial.
Col. Hugh Garland, 1st Mo. Infantry. Killed at the Battle of Franklin.
Capt. Bruce Giff, Ordinance Dept.
Jacob D. Goldman, 54th Georgia Infantry; Successful cotton trader and Jewish community leader in St. Louis after the war.
Col. John Rene Gratiot, 2nd Ark. Infantry. Native of St. Louis and descendant of Auguste Chouteau. The Gratiot's were one of the founding families of St. Louis with Gratiot Street named in their honor).
Col. Colton Greene, 7th Division Mo. State Guard and 3rd Missouri Cavalry
Maj. Abasalom Grimes, former associate of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) and Steamboat pilot. Became famous for his prison escapes and role as Confed-
erate Mail Carrier. Daughter transcribed his wartime experiences. Resided in St. Louis following the war.
Capt. Henry Guibor, Guibor's Battery Missouri Artillery
Maj. Wm. Haines, Quartermaster
B.F. Haislip, Co. A, 2nd Missouri Cavalry, Parson's Brigade. After the war was a salesman in St. Louis. Died 1926 in Kansas City, Mo.
Lt. A. W. Harris, Guibor's St. Louis Artillery Battery
W.B. Harrison, After the war, served as "Sergt. Major" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731.
Charles Collier Harvey, Co. A 11th Virginia Infantry, Kemper's Brigade, Pickett's Division. Member of the UCV Camp, No. 731, St. Louis, Mo.
Ben Harvin, Enlisted first in Col. Porter's Regiment, later served in Quantrell's command with Jesse James. Member of the UCV Camp, No. 731, St. Louis, Mo.
Died Feb 5, 1932.
Capt. John H. Hatfield, McCaa's Alabama Rangers, Forrest and Wheeler's Cavalry Corps.  Former Commander of UCV Camp, No. 731, St. Louis, Mo.
Lt. Con Heffernan, Capt. Henry Guibor's Missouri Battery. p. 67
Maj. John Hill, 8th Missouri Infantry. Resident of St. Louis, p.748.
Aaron Hirsch, Served in Confederate Cavalry; was known as the "Judische Secess" as a prisoner by Federal troopers.  source: "Zion in the Valley", by Walter Ehrlich.
Thomas Hogan, Missouri Brigade, reported by Capt. Boyce as being killed at Battle of Franklin.
Lt. John Duncan Holliday, "Ordinance Lt." of 3rd Mo. Field Battery
2nd Lt. James C. Hough (or Huff), 3rd Mo Field Battery 
Capt. Warwick Hough, Staff of Gen. Polk, Gen. Richard Taylor, and Gen. 
S.D. Lee.
Capt. John Howard, 1st Mo. Confederate Cavalry (Shelby's command)
Col. T. P. Hoz, Missouri Brigade
Lt. Col. E. B. Hull, 2nd Missouri Infantry
Col. Robert R. Hutchinson, Asst. Adjutant Gen.on Staff of Gen. Bowen 
(Mo Brigade) and Gen. Rodes (ANV).
Alexander Franklin "Frank" James, Quantrill's Partisan Rangers and brother of Jesse James. (1894-1901 resided in St. Louis while working as a doorkeeper at Ed Butler's Standard Theatre. Also worked at Fair Grounds race track during racing season (waved "Timer's flag").
Lt. Col. W. P. Johnson, 4th Missouri Infantry.
Breckinridge Jones, listed as one of the veterans serving on the advisory board for the St. Louis Confederate monument, erected Dec. 5, 1914.
Capt. Lorraine Farquhar Jones
Walter D. Jones, After the war, served as Sgt. Major for UCV, Camp St. Louis, No.731.
Col. Joseph Kelly, Kelly's Regiment, Missouri State Guard, and Staff Officer of Gen. Mosby Parsons. Irish Immigrant and Grocer in St. Louis prior to the war.
Commanded the pre-war Washington Blues militia.
Lt. Samuel M. Kennard, Landis' and Guibor's Missouri Artillery.
D.C. Kennedy, unit unknown, present at Camp Jackson. Wrote article, "In St. Louis at the Beginning of the War" in the 1897 Confederate Veteran Magazine.
James White Kennett, Missouri Brigade
Capt. James P. Kennerly, 1st Missouri Artillery (James, Lewis and Samuel were brother-in-laws to Gen. John S. Bowen). Graduates of St. Louis University.
Kennerly Rd. named in family's honor.
Capt. Lewis Kennerly, Missouri Brigade
Capt. Samuel Kennerly, Missouri Brigade
Maj. William Clark Kennerly, (Nephew of Gen. William Clark and Revolutionary war General George Rogers Clark).
L. D. Kingsland, Served as "Color Sergeant" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp No. 731.
Cortez A. Kitchen, b. 1852, served as an orderly for his father, Col. S. G. Kitchen. Attended St. Louis University, served as assistant wharf and harbor master of St. Louis. Later as recorder for Kirkwood, MO.
Col. Solomon George Kitchen, Missouri Cavalry commander.
Capt. John Ladd, 6th Missouri Infantry
Lt. T. B. Lanier, 2nd Missouri Infantry
Watson Lannam, St. Louis resident cited for extraordinary courage while "in advance of the main line", took a Union Lt. Col. prisoner (Battle of Prarie Grove, Ark.) Parsons' Division.
Major Francis D. Lee, Confederate Ordinance Dept.
Lt. Alexander A. Lesueur, 3rd Mo Field Battery
Thomas A. Lornagin, Surgeon, Lewis' 7th Mo Infantry
Major James M. Loughborough, Served on the staff of Generals Sterling Price and Cockrell. (Loughborough Ave named after family).
Col. Emmett MacDonald, Marmaduke's Missouri Cavalry. Appointed "Provost-Marshal of Missouri".
Lt. Wm. Henry Harrison Mansur, Missouri State Guard and Co. C, 3rd Mo. Infantry. Born in St. Louis, Nov. 5, 1840.
Patrick Marnell, Missouri Brigade, killed at Battle of Franklin.
Lt. J. R. Mathews, 4th Missouri Infantry
Dr. G. M. B. Maughs, Surgeon. Missouri "Exam. Surgeon".
Lt. Ed McBride, Capt. Henry Guibor's Missouri Battery. Page 67.
Brig. Gen. John McCausland, Born in St. Louis, graduate of Virginia Military Institute. Commanded Cavalry Brigades in Army of Northern Virginia. 
(McCausland Ave. named after family)
Capt. James McClure, Co. E 8th Mo. Infantry. Native of Ohio, came to Missouri in 1857. Resided in St. Louis county before and after the war. Died July 11, 1923, Lake Spring, Mo. [Page 746]
Capt. Wm. Robinson McLure (son of Mrs. M.A. E. McLure, who was noted for assisting Confederate POWs in St. Louis)
Capt. Arthur McCoy, 1st Mo. Confederate Cavalry (Shelby's). Known as the "Wild Irishman".
Maj. Atreus J. McCreery, Quartermaster, Price's Staff
Capt. Robert McCulloch, Co B 18th Va Infantry. Took part in Pickett's charge at Gettysburg, and left on the field with two bullets in his body. Superintendent of  Bellefontaine Street Car line and President of United Railways, St. Louis. Died Sept. 28, 1914. Commander of the St. Louis Camp, No. 731. U.C.V.
Col. Joseph N. McDowell, Surgeon, Medical Director, Dept. Trans-Mississippi. Owned the St. Louis Medical College on Gratiot Street.
Daniel L. McGary, Co A & G 15th Texas Cavalry. Orphaned as a child, resided with relatives in St. Louis.  In 1855 became first U.S. District Attorney of Nebraska Territory.  After war, was prominent newspaper.  Editor/owner in Texas of the Southern Banner.
Maj. William M. McPheeters, Surgeon. Medical Director Gen. Price's Staff.
Lt. Fergus McRae, Missouri Artillery
Bishop Enoch  M. Marvin, Chaplain in Dept. Trans-Mississippi.
Maj. J. S. Melon, Missouri "Commissary".
Lt. Col. Minor Meriwether, Engineer on Gen. Price's Staff, Gen. Polk's Staff, Gen. Pemberton's Staff, Gen. Gilmer's Staff, Gen. Joe Johnston's Staff, and Gen. Taylor's Staff.
Maj. Edgar Miller, Quartermaster/Paymaster/ Staff Officer for Gen. Joe Johnston.
Dr. J. I. Miller, After the war, served as "Surgeon" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731. (Note: A Dr. J. J. Miller listed in 1915 issue of Confederate Veteran magazine as being one of the veterans of the advisory board for St. Louis Confederate monument (erected Dec 5, 1914).
Lt. A. Welborne Moise, enlisted at age 15 in Co. E 1st Maryland Battalion Cavalry. Later served in Co. D and H of 24th Georgia regment. Was former Commander of Missouri Division, UCV. Died at his St. Louis home on Dec 1, 1920.
Dr. W. G. Moore, is listed as one of the veterans serving on the advisory board of the St. Louis Confederate monument, erected Dec. 5, 1914.
Maj. Mason Morfit, Quatermaster"Maryland Line, Confederate States Army". Also served as commandant of prisons in Salisbury, North Carolina. Died at home of his son in Webster Groves, Missouri, Feb. 22, 1921. Officer in the J.S. Bowen Camp, No. 659, U.C.V., St. Louis, Mo.
Patrick Mulcahy, After the war, served as "Color Sergeant"in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731.
Col. R. H. Musser, 9th Missouri Infantry
Sgt. Maj. John K. Newman, 1st Missouri Infantry
Maj. Joseph Benson Pleasants commanded a company of Cavalry, later served as Major on Sterling Price's staff. Before and after the war he practised dentistry in St. Louis. He died Jan 1913 at the Confederate Memoral Home at Higginsville.
Col. Trusten Polk, Judge-Advocate for Gen. Sterling Price. (served as Governor of Missouri and U.S. Senator). Polk Ave. named in his honor.
Col. Celsus Price, Staff of Gen. Sterling Price
Brig. Gen. Edwin W. Price, Missouri State Guard (Colonel in Army of Trans-Mississippi).
Maj. Gen. Sterling Price, Governor of Missouri, Commanded Army of Missouri/ Army of Trans-Mississippi/Army of the West.
Maj. Adolph Proskauer, 12th Alabama Infantry; Jewish, member of Temple Israel, helped found Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.
Maj. James M. Quinlin, Commissary Officer for Gen. Bowen's Missouri Brigade.
Maj. Charles C. Rainwater, Chief of Ordinance, Gen. Marmaduke's staff
Gov. Henry M. Rector, Confederate Governor of Arkansas during 1861-1862. (was born and raised in St. Louis).
Lt. John Redmand, 1st Missouri Infantry
Gov. Thomas Reynolds, Lt. Governor and 2nd Governor of  Confederate Missouri.
E.C. Robbins, After the war, served as "Third Lt. Commander" of the UCV, 
St. Louis Camp, No. 731
Rev. Patrick G. Robert, Chaplain. 2nd La Infantry and 34th Va Infantry
John C.  Roberts, UCV member on advisory board of St. Louis Confederate monument (erected Dec 5, 1914).
Father Abram Ryan, Chaplain and famed "Poet of the Confederacy". Raised and educated in St. Louis.
Maj. Harvey W. Salmon, St. Louis Camp, No. 731, U.C.V.
Philip Sartorius, Co. B, 15th LA Cavalry. Of Jewish extraction. source: "Zion in the Valley", by Walter Ehrlich.
Capt. Wm. David Sappington, Co D 4th Mo. Cavalry (Community of Sappington and Sappington Rd. named in honor of the family)
George Schull, Col. Upton Hays' 12th Missouri Cavalry. Attended 1913 reunion in Kansas City. Resident of Valley Park, St. Louis County, Mo.
Col. James Riddle Shaler,  27th Arkansas Infantry and Inspector Gen. for Gen. Sterling Price.
Col. Alonzo William Slayback, "Slayback's Lancers" Cavalry Battalion, 
Shelby's Cavalry Division
Lt. Col. John W. Smiser, 8th Missouri Infantry. Resident of St. Louis, p. 748.
Col. Thomas L. Snead, Asst. Adjutant Gen., Sterling Price's Staff; 
C.S. Congressman. Wrote book, "The Fight For Missouri".
Sgt.  Stephan B. Spellin (or Spellen/Spellan) 3rd Mo Field Battery
Dr. Horatio Nelson Spencer, Surgeon,1st Mississippi Light Artillery. Served on advisory board for St. Louis Confederate monument, erected Dec. 5, 1914.
Col. Isaiah George Washington Steedman, 1st Alabama Infantry/1st Alabama Heavy Artillery
Brig. Gen. Alexander Steen, Missouri State Guard. Colonel in Missouri Infantry Regiment.
Philip Dandridge Stephenson, at age 16 witness the invasion of Camp Jackson. Joined Capt. T. W. Bartlett's "St. Louis Company", 13th Arkansas Regiment. Later Washington Artillery, Patrick Cleburne's Division. Born Sept. 7, 1845 in St. Louis. After the war entered the Presbyterian ministry in St. Louis on April 28, 1875. Died March 12, 1916, Richmond, Virginia.
Hammett L. Stephenson, adjutant of 13th Arkansa Regiment. Brother of Philip Dandridge Stephenson.
Capt. Alcee William Stewart, Co E 20th La Infantry
Lt. Gen. Alexander Peter Stewart, famed General of the Army of Tennessee. Highest ranking Confederate officer buried in St. Louis.
Lt. Alphonso Chase Stewart, 4th Tenn. Cavalry and Staff Officer for 
Lt.Gen. A. P. Stewart.
Joseph Strauss, "Commanded a troop of Louisana Cavalry, wounded at Vicksburg". Jewish extraction. Associated with Jacob D. Strauss Saddlery Co. in St. Louis.
Lt. Robert Henry Stockton, Co I,  2nd Missouri Infantry
E. H. Sublett, After war, served as " Treasurer" in the UCV, St. Louis Camp, No. 731
Sgt. John Tatum, 3rd Mo Field Battery
Capt. Samuel Taylor (Cadet Lt.)  25th Battery Richmond Defense Force,
Army of Northern Virginia. Also served as courier for Gen. John B. Gordon.
Following the war came to St. Louis and married Mattie Robbins. Died June 3, 1914, St. Louis, Mo.
Lt. James O. Thurman, Co. a 11th Virginia Infantry. Member of St. Louis Camp, No. 731, U.C.V.  Obituary chap. 27, 1919 Confederate Veteran.
Capt. Josiah Tibbett, 2nd Missouri Cavalry
Lt. Charles B. Tilden, 3rd Mo. Field Battery
2nd Lt. James A. Turner, Co. C, 1st Regiment, 4th Division, Missouri State Guard Died March 31, 1916 at his home in St. Louis at age of 78.
Maj. James Morgan Utz, 9th Missouri Infantry Resident  of Bridgeton;  Executed by Federals Dec 25, 1864, St. Louis, Mo.
Capt. Leroy Branch Valliant, 22nd Mississippi Infantry
Sen. George Graham Vest, Served on Gen. Price's Staff; in the Confederate Congress and U.S. Senator following war (Advocated Native American civil rights and for creation of Yellowstone National Park) Buried in St. Louis.
John R. Vandover, Co. I  10th Missouri Infantry. Daughter, Blanche E. Vandover, (of Fenton, Mo.) in 1922 records he was a POW for twenty days, eight months at Alton and twelve months at Ft. Delaware.
Capt. Ben Von Phul, Missouri Artillery Battery
Col. William Wade, 1st Missouri Artillery
C. J. Walden, Gen. J. B. Clark's command, and Gen. Joe Shelby's Cavalry. In 1903 served as Chief of the Labor Bureau at the St. Louis Exposition.
Maj. Gen. John G. Walker, Commanded a Division in the Army of Northern Virginia and  Dept. of West Louisiana. Born in Cole Co., Mo, educated at Jesuit College in St. Louis.
Capt. Richard C. Walsh, Missouri Artillery
Lt. Harrison Watts, Light Artillery Battery under Gen. Sterling Price. Later in CS Navy in Liverpool, England.
Lt. Sylvester Watts, Capt. Jaxon's Battery Mo. Vol. Militia.
Thomas Gillum Watts, at age 16 enlisted in the 1st Tenn. Regiment. Later 41st Tenn. Regt. Wounded seven times, including during Pickett's charge at Gettysburg. Member of U.C.V. and Merchant's and Real Estate Exchange of St. Louis. Died March of 1917, St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. William C. Webb, Surgeon.12th Missouri Cavalry.
Charles Welchan, Adjutant. 8th Missouri Infantry. Resident of St. Louis, p. 748.
Sgt. Major Thomas Henry West, 21st Tennessee Cavalry.
Capt. James Wickersham, 1st and 4th Missouri Infantry
Capt. Thomas B. Wilson, 2nd Missouri Infantry
S. Weidlette, Surgeon. Missouri Brigade
Lt. W. H. Weller, Missouri Artillery
Oscar Blackwood Wilson, bugler. 5th Va Infantry, and 11th Va. Cavalry
Col. John M. Wimer, Anti-slavery "Emancipationist Democrat" served twice as Mayor of St. Louis. Imprisoned for criticizing Federal action at Camp Jackson. 
Killed while serving in 4th Mo Cavalry CSA.
Philip Wohl, Unit unknown; Immigrant from Karlsbad, Bohemia; Of Jewish Extraction (member of Missouri Lodge of  B'nai B'irth) source: Zion in the Valley, 
byWalter Ehrlich.
William E. Wootten, in 1931 served as adjutant of St. Louis Camp, No. 731 United Confederate Veterans.

Civil War Lyrics

"I'm A Good Old Rebel"

 Oh, I'm a good old rebel
Now thats just what I am
And for this yankee nation
I do no give a damn.

I'm glad I fit against her
I only wish we'd won
I ain't asked any pardon
For anything I've done.

I hates the Yankee nation
And eveything they do
I hates the declaration
Of independence too.

I hates the glorious union
'Tis dripping with our blood
I hates the striped banner
And fit it all I could.

I rode with Robert E. Lee
For three years there about
Got wounded in four places
And I starved at Pint (Point) Lookout.

I caught the roomatism
Campin' in the snow
But I killed a chance of Yankees
And I'd like to kill some more.

Three hundred thousand Yankees
Is stiff in southern dust
We got three hundred thousand
Before they conquered us.

They died of southern fever
And southern steel and shot
I wish they was three million
Instead of what we got.

I can't take up my musket
And fight 'em down no more
But I ain't a-goin' to love them
Now that is certain sure.

And I don't want no pardon
For what I was and am
I won't be reconstructed
And I do not give a damn.

Oh, I'm a good old rebel
Now that's just what I am
And for this Yankee nation
I do no give a damn.

I'm glad I fought against her
I only wish we'd won
I ain't asked any pardon
For anything I've done.

I ain't asked any pardon
For anything I've done...


MIDI file courtesy of Barry Taylor.