More St. Louisans in Gray

Last Names Beginning with "C" (Cabell-Curtis)

Compiled by Doug Harding,
Editor Army Argus
Sterling Price Camp, No. 145
St. Louis, Mo.
 
The ferry crossing to St. Louis as it appeared in 1832. The steeple of
the Old Cathedral can be seen in the background. (Painting by L.D. Pomarade,
published 1875 in "Pictorial St. Louis: The Great Metropolis of the Mississippi Valley",
by Camille N. Dry.)
 
The following is information on Confederate soldiers of St. Louis has been compiled by Doug Harding, taken from a variety of sources. These have previously been published in the Sterling Price Camp's award winning newsletter, The Army Argus. These names will be published in installments and new information will be  added as they are received. If anyone knows of a name that has been missed, contact the webmaster, Scott Williams, with any available information. This is an ongoing project with "new" Confederate soldiers from St. Louis and St. Louis county being discovered all the time.
 


Cabell, Edward F.
    .....      : Born in Va.
1862.....25 Jun: Major P.M. Parson's Division CSA
    .....Residence: St. Louis County, Mo.



Caddy, William H.
1842.....      : Born In Penn.
1861.....Occupation: Clerk
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....   May: Pvt Co ? Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....12 Dec: Pvt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, St. Clair County, Mo.
1862.....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern,Ar.
    .....31 Mar: Received clothing for 1st quarter 62
    .....03 Apr: Present; Paid by Maj Brinker
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Farmington, Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Received clothing for 2nd quarter 62
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner; Received $50.00 Bounty
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Wounded in the breast and captured at the battle of
Corinth, Ms.
    .....13 Oct: Appears on a roll of prisoners captured at Corinth and
paroled
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1863.....28 Feb: Present; Paid by Maj Haines
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....16 May: Present at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....17 May: Present at the battle of Big Blake River, Ms
    .....30 Jun: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....04 Jul: Captured at Vickeburg, Ms.
    .....07 Jul: Paroled at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1864.....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....22 Jun: Present at the battle of Kennesaw, Ga.
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....04 Jul: Present at the battle of Atlanta, Ga.
    .....05 Oct: Present at the battle of Altoona, Ga.
    .....30 Nov: Killed at the battle of Franklin, Tn. Burried in Sect
15 in the Confederate Cemetery



Cafferatta, Frank A.
1832.....      : Member Central Fire Company #1
1859.....      : Member Central Fire Company #1
1861.....Occupation:
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....   May: Pvt Co ? Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
1862.....      : Pvt Guibor's Mo Battery CSA



Callahan, Danny
1859.....Occupation: Foundryman, 22 N. 13th, St. Louis
1860.....Occupation: Driver
    .....Residence: SS Market corner 19th, St. Lous, Mo.
1862.....      : Sgt Co ? 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1864.....30 Nov: Wounded at the Battle of Franklin, Tn.



Callahan, Thomas E.
1859.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: Alley between 6th & 7th near Carr, St. Louis, Mo.
(10 Ward)
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co I Carondelet Guards 2d Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Pvt Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....      : Pvt Guibor's Mo. Battery CSA
1862.....04 Oct: Wounded at the battle of Corinth, Ms.



Calton, R.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Pvt Co A Briggs Battn CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 8.)



Campbell, Charles C.
1842.....      : Born in St. Louis, Mo.
1859.....Occupation: Painter
    .....Residence: 172 N. 12th, St.Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Blacksmith
    .....Residence: 372 S 2d, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co D McLaren Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....22 Jun: Enlisted for the war in Memphis, Tn. age 19 years.
    .....30 Jun: Acting Rgt Q.M. 1st Mo Infrty Rgt CSA; Present at Camp
Calhoun near Memphis, Tn.
    .....13 Jul: Maj 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA; at Richmond, Va by the
President for 1 year.
    .....30 Sep: Absent; sick in Columbus, Ky.
    .....31 Oct: Absent; sick in Columbus, Ky.
    .....01 Nov: Absent of sick furlough.
    .....30 Nov: Absent; sick in Columbus, Ky.
1862.....      : Maj 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
    .....06 Apr: Wounded slightly in the chin at the Battle of Shiloh,
Tn.
    .....23 Apr: Resigned
    .....01 May: Capt on Ordnance duty at Meridian, Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Present; sick in quarters, wounded near Bowling Green,
Ky.
1865.....23 Jun:                   St. Louis, Mo.
Pardon for: Statement; "Sir, I am a native of the State of Missouri and
was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy from the state in 1856. I
graduated and was appointed 2nd Lieut, of the Cavalry in May of 1861 and
resigned on the 3rd June 1861.
I served during the first year of the was as Major of Col. Bowens Regt.
1st Missouri Confederate Infantry, which position I resigned as was
appointed a Captain for Ordinance Duty, in which capasity I served until
the close of the war in the West under General Albert Sidney Johnston
and his successors, and was surrendered by General Richard Taylor in
whose command I was serving.
I have the honor to enclose the Oath of Amnesty, which I took
voluntairly to show my willingness hereafter if permitted, to become a
good and loyal citizen of the United States, obeying all laws and
Constitution.
Signed by; Charles C. Campbell
His description is given; Fair complexion, dark hair, brown eyes and is
5 feet 8 inches tall.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; Missouri Aminesty; Case files of applications from
former Confederate soldiers/citizens for Presidential Pardons (Amnesty
Papers) Pub-M1003, Roll 36.)
    .....09 Nov:     Jeffersonville, Ind.
Secretary Stward
Sir; I hope you will pardon the intrusion of a stranger upon your
valuable time and grant the request I am about to make, a favor that
nothing but your character for generosity and liberality could induce me
to ask.
Will you ask the President to act on the application of C.C. Campbell
of St. Louis, Mo., formerly of the regular army, but more recently of
the rebel, for oardon and grant it now. I know how much I ask, but
knowing also the influence you have with the President, feel assured
that a single word from you will obtain all I wish.
There are very many extenuating circumstances with this case, all of
which I would mention, did your time but permit their citation.
There is no one else in Washington or I couls apply to but Sec.
Stantion, but as he has granted two requests my mother has made, in a
very gentlemanly and kind manner. I do not feel like troubling him
again. I do hope you will grant this request as I know it would have
given my father Elwood Fisher, great pleasure to have granted a similar
request under similar circumstances.
Should you suceed in on obtaining the pardon, will you please have it
forwarded to my address. My friend knows nothing if this request and it
could give me great pleasure to send it to him...
Signed: Lizzie Fisher.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; Missouri Aminesty; Case files of applications from
former Confederate soldiers/citizens for Presidential Pardons (Amnesty
Papers) Pub-M1003, Roll 36.)
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Campbell, Given
1835.....01 Dec: Born at Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky Son of James
& Mary (Given) Campbell
    .....      : Reared in Kentucky, Mr. Campbell obtained his early
education there, and finished his scholastics and law studies at the
University of Virginia, from which institution he was graduated with a
degree of bachelor of laws. Soon after leaving the university he came to
St.Louis to begin the practice of his profession, and for a short time
was in the office of Charles D. Drake, later a U.S. State Senator from
Missouri.
1858.....      : Examined by Judge James R. Lackland and admitted to the
bar.
1859.....Occupation: Lawyer, 97 Chestnut
    .....Residence: Planter's House, St.Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Lawyer, 97 Chestnut
    .....Residence: Planter's House, St.Louis, Mo.
1861.....Member: Minutemen
    .....13 Feb: Capt Co G Dixie Guards 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....   Aug: Capt 2d Ky Cav CSA
1864.....19 Jan: "Major Given Campbell is in Savanah, Ordnance Officer.
J. Boyce
1865.....08 Jun: Paroles at Columbus, Ms. and returned to St.Louis.
    .....26 Jan: Married Miss Susan Elizabeth Woods, of St.Louis, Mo.
    .....      : Moved to New Orleans to practice law due to the "Test
Oath."
1872.....      : Sat as a delegate in the National Democratic
Convention.
1873.....      : Returned to St.Louis
1878.....      : Elected a member of the first city Councle organized
under the "Scheme and Charter."
1880.....      : Sat as a delegate to the National Democratic
Convention.
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn. of
St.Louis.
    .....Residence: Bank Commerce Building, St.Louis, Mo.
1899.....      : He is an exemplary churchman of the Presbyterian faith.

    .....Member: George Washington Lodge No. 9 of St. Louis, Master
Mason.
    .....Children:
                 Dr. Given Campbell of St.Louis
                 Mrs. Susan C Armoux, wife of Anthony Armoux of New York
City.



 James C. Campbell
    .....Biography: Hyde & Conard; Encyclopedia of the History of
St.Louis; The Southern History Co, St.Louis; pg.299.
1906.....20 Nov: Died of chronic nephritis in St. Louis Burried Block
112 Lot 65 Bellfontain Cemmetery



Canfield, P.B.
1865........May: Pvt Co I 1st La Cav CSA
         Residence: St. Louis Co. Mo.
               : Paroled at Gainsville, Ala.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 8.)



Caniff, Patrick
1838.....      : Born in Ireland
1859.....Occupation: Collarmaker
    .....Residence: Boards at 81 S 14th, St. Louis, Mo. (6 Ward)
    .....      : Member Central Fire Company #1
1861.....Occupation: Saddler/Collarmaker
    .....Residence: Boards at 43 N 12th, St. Louis, Mo. (6 Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co D Emmitt Guards 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: 1Lt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Present at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
    .....07 Dec: Pvt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County Mo.
1862.....28 Jan: Elected Captain Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA
    .....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern, Ar
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Farmington, Ms.
    .....28 Aug: Present
    .....18 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present
    .....31 Dec: Present; Camp Rogers, Ms.
1863.....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....16 May: Present at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....17 May: Present at the battle of Big Black River, Ms
    .....31 May: Received clothing for the 2d quarter 63
    .....30 Jun: Present; Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....04 Jul: Captured at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....08 Jul: Paroled at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....15 Aug: Received clothing for the 3d quarter 63
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....31 Oct: Present
    .....31 Oct: Received clothing for the 4th quarter 63
    .....31 Dec: Present
1864.....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....22 Jun: Present at the battle of Kennesaw, Ga.
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....04 Jul: Present at the battle of Atlanta, Ga.
    .....05 Oct: Present at the battle of Altoona, Ga.
         05 Oct: Took command of the 3d & 5th Consolidated Rgt. Mo. Inf.
CSA
    .....30 Nov: Killed at the battle of Frankiln, Tn. Burried in
section 12 in the Confederate Cementery at Franklin.



Carlisle, Samuel S.
1839.....      : Born St. Louis, Mo
1859.....Occupation: Salesman (H&R.B. Whittemore & Co) Hats,caps &
strawgoods, 127 N. Main, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: 11th, between Olive & Locust, St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Salesman (H&R.B. Whittemore & Co) cats,caps &
strawgoods, 127 N. Main, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: 21 N. 11th, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co H Southern Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson St. Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....22 Jun: 3rd Corpl Co E 1st Rgt Mo Inf Rgt CSA at Memphis, Tn
for 1 year, age 22 years.
    .....01 Aug: Promoted to 2nd Corpl
    .....27 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo.
    .....01 Sep: Paid by Capt Haines
    .....31 Oct: Present
    .....31 Dec: Paid by Capt Haines
1862.....06 Apr: Present at the batttle of Shiloh, Tn.
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....11 Jul: Breveretted 2nd Lt assigned to Co B 1st Mo Ing Rgt CSA
    .....30 Aug: Present
    .....01 Oct: Paid $80.00 for month of Sept.
    .....31 Oct: Absent; Division Ordnance Officer
1863.....19 Feb: Special Requisition for Ordnance and Ordnance Stores
for the 2d Division, Army Miss and E Louisiana, Camp Prichard, February
19th 1863
   Camp near Big Black River on Southern R.R.
     Required On Hand To be Supplied
_________________________________________________________
I certify that the above requisition is correct and that the articles
specified are absolutely required for the Public service. Rendered so by
the following circumstances. That the Infantry equipments that are
needed to replace those worn out by wear and hard service. The Artillery
equipments for the same. The batteries possible will not be able to move
until harness is furnished. The ammunition to replace that exhausted in
service/
Approved
Jno S. Bowen     S.S.Carlisle
Brig Gen Comdg Div   Lieut & Ord Off 2d Div
    04 Sep:    Camp of Paroled Prisoners
         Demopolis, Ala
        Sept 4, 1863.
Sir:
I have the honor to request that the necessary order be issued if any
is required to place and retain on my staff 2Lt S.S. Carslile of Mo
Artillery. I have already ordered him on duty as required. My department
to this allow being on furlough to this office that an or a glu be
ordered to me by his assignment. That my duties at Demopolis did not
entitle me to hold an office. The following is ...
Very respectfully
  Your Servt
  W.M. Lawnee
  Brig Gen CSA
    .....30 Oct:    Hdqds Dept West Fla.       Quincy, Oct 30 1863.
Special Orders
No 2.
II. Lt. S.S. Carlisle C.S. Army will relieve Capt Pape in his duties as
Ordnance officer with this command the latter officer having turned over
the public property now in his charge will repair to Maj Gen Cobb.
    Signed W.M Gardner
    Brig Gen
    Commanding
Official copy
W. Call
  Adj
    .....01 Nov:   Hd Qus Department West Fla.
      Quincy, Nov 1, 1863
Brig. Gen. Thos Jordon
Chief of Staff
  General
Upon assuming command I relieved Actg Ord Off Capt A.F. Pope and have
assigned Lieut S.S. Carlisle to Ordnance duty in this Department. Lieut
Carlisle passed the examination for Artillery Officers for Ordnance duty
last February at Jackson, Miss. and was recommended for appointment.
I am General
  Very Respy
   Your Obt Servant
    W.M. Gardner
     Brig. Gen. Comdg
    .....15 Nov:    Hd Qrs Deptmt West Fla
       Quincy, Nov 15, 1863
Brig. Gen Thos Jordan
Chief of Staff
  General
I am directed by the Brig. Gen Comdg to express his regret at not being
able at the proper time to send in the Tri-monthly returns for this
department. He desires me to say that finding upon his arrival here so
many commanders disinhegrabed and scattered he is endeavoring to
consolidate them as rapidly as possible to firomate their efficiency.
The labor necessary through throws the (?) of returns into confusion but
he hopes to be able by the last of the first 2nd month, to forward a
complete return
I am General
  Very respy
   Your Obt Servant
    S.S. Carlisle
    A.A.A.G.
1864.....11 Jan:   HdQus Dist Middle Florida.
      Quincy, Fla January 11, 1864
       Ordnance Office
Brig. Gen. Thoms Jordan
Chief of Staff
   General.
I have the honor to ask for information on the following points.
1st - Is a Subaltern in the army, assigned to duty assigned as Actg
A.A.O entitled to extra pay, and if so, what amount? (none extra pay to
officers while assigned to this command)
2nd - If not intitled to extra pay - is he entitled to communtation (if
on duty at post) of Captain while acting as A.A.O? (no)
3rd - Is he entitled while so acting to communtation is accordance with
his acting rank? (Acting rank)
This information is solicited not for myself alone but for other
officers in this District who are equally interested.
I am General
  Very respy
   Your obt Servt
    S.S. Carlisle
     Lt & Ord Off
    .....09 Aug:To LieutS.S. Carlisle    Dr
For Commutation of quarter at Qunicy, Fla from the 4th day of January
1864 to the 31st day of July 1864 inclusive.
For two rooms at Fourteen dollars each per month. 210.00
For commutation of fuel for the same period nine
cords four feet at fifteen dollars per cord    142.50
          .$352.50
I certify, on honor, that there were no quarters owned or hired by the
public at the above station which could be assigned to Lieut S.S.
Carslile during the above period, and that the fuel is charged att the
average market price for the month.
      E.C. Sinclair, Maj Q.M.
I certify, on honor, that the above account is correct and just; that I
have been regularly stationed at Quincy, Fla by Brig. Gen. Wm. Gardner
during the period charged for; that I have not been furnished with
quarters,  rent, or fuel by the public, nor received a commutation of
money in lieu there.
      S.S. Carslile
      Lieut & Ord Off
Received at Quincy, Fla the 9th of August 1864 of Capt. M.F. Gonzolez
A.Q.M. C.S. Army Three hundred fifty two and 50/100 Dollars in full of
the above account.
      S.S. Carslile
      Lieut & Ord Off.
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn. of St.
Louis
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Carrington, William C.P.
1845.....      : Born
1859.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Lawyer, 3d SE corner Pine
    .....Residence: Boards 37 S. 4th, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: 2Lt Co F Jackson Grays 2d Rgt MVM
    .....11 Jul: 2Lt Co D Capt Martin Burke, 1st Rgt Mo Infrty CSA at
Memphis, Tn, by Col. Jno S. Bowen for 1 year; age 26.
    .....26 Aug: Present at Mew Madrid, Mo.
    .....29 Sep: Detailed to Rgt as Adjutant
    .....01 Oct: Present at Camp Beauregard, Ky.
    .....31 Oct: Present;
    .....01 Nov: Absent on special duty for Rgt
1862.....31 Jan: Present at Ft. Underwood, near Bowling Green, Ky.
    .....06 Apr: Wounded at the Battle of Shiloh
    .....30 Aug: Absent on sick leave
    .....31 Oct: Absent on sick leave
    .....19 Dec: Camp Rogers, Ms. Wounded; gunshot wound in side.
1863.....16 May: Killed at the Battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Carroll, Ele C.
1859.....Residence: Boards at Monroe House, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co I Carondelet Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St. Louis County
    .....   May: Pvt Co B Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....      : Pvt Guibor's Mo Battery
1862.....07 Jan: Pvt Guibor's Mo Battery CSA, at Jacksonport, Ark. by
Henry Williams



Carter, J.D.
1865........May: 1Lt Co H 3rd & 5th Mo Inftry CSA
         Residence: Mo.
               : Paroled at Jackson, Ms.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 8.)



Carter, Frank
1859.....Occupation: Clerk (Carter & Coner) Shiphandlers, 51 N. Levee,
St. Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: In the County
    .....17 Dec: 2Cpl co H National Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....01 Nov: Pvt Co B 1st Mo INf Rgt CSA
    .....18 Nov: Died at Camp Beauregard, Ky.



Casey, Dennis
1831.....      : Born in Ireland
1855.....      : Member Union Fire Company #2
1859.....Occupation: Drayman
    .....Residence: 11th between O'Fallon & 16th, St. Louis, Mo. (9
Ward)
1860.....Occupation: Drayman
    .....Residence: Alley between 12th & 13th, south of Cass av, St.
Louis, Mo.
1861.....Occupation: Farmer/Darryman
    .....Residence: Alley between 12th & 13th south of Cass, St. Louis,
Mo. (9 Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co D McLaren Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Pvt Co B Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Wounded at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo. (Bartels,
Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File; National
Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
    .....12 Dec: Pvt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County, Mo.
1862.....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern,Ark
    .....31 Mar: Received clothing for the 1st quarter 62
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Maj Brinker
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Farnington, Ms.
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....17 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1863.....05 Jan: Received $50.00 Bounty
    .....28 Feb: Present; Paid by Maj Haines
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....16 May: Listed as missing at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....25 May: Appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured and sent
to Memphis, Tn.
    .....22 Jun: Appears on a roll of prisoners of war sent from Camp
Morton, Ind. to Fort Deleware, Del.
    .....   Jul: Appears on a roll of prisoners of war sent from Fort
Deleware, Del. to City Point, Md.
    .....20 Sep: Appears on a roll of prisoners of war sent from Fort
Deleware, Del. to Point Lookout, Md.
1864.....18 Apr: Refused to take the oath
    .....24 Dec: Appears on a roll of prisoners paroled until exchanged
at Point Lookout, Md.



Casey, John F.
1831.....      : Born Casyville, Kentucky
1860.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: 238 N. 2d, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Co K Davis Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....Member: Minutemen
    .....Occupation: Clerk
    .....27 Aug: Pvt Co E 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA at New Madrid, Mo by
Capt Rice for 1 year age 30.
    .....30 Sep: Paid by Capt Haines
    .....31 Oct: Present; on extra duty in Q.M. Department.
1862.....   Mar: Received $18.60 for commulation of rations.
Confederate States
  To John F. Casey
For Commutation of rations while on detached service. Detailed from Co
E 1st Mo Regiment as clerk in Provost Marshal Office from the 15th of
January to the  15th of February. Being Thirty days at Sixty cents per
day. Amounting to $18.60
I certify on honor that the above account is correct and just and that
they were necessary for the public service.
     J.C. Douglas
     Provost Marshal
Approvd
Jon S. Bowen
Comdg Brigade
Received Murfreesboro, Tn. of Capt Jno M. Qumlin
Eighteen dollars and Sixty cents in full of the above account
      John F. Casey
    .....21 May: Discharged due to disability
1865.....22 May: Surrendered at Augusta, Ga.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Casey, William
1839.....Born in Ireland
1859.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: Christy between 16th & 17th, St. Louis, Mo. (7 Ward)

1860.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: Christy between 16th & 17th, St. Louis, Mo. (7 Ward)

1861.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: 113 Christy Ave, St. Louis, Mo. (7 ward)
    .....   May: Pvt Co ? Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Present at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
    .....12 Dec: Pvt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County Mo.
1862.....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern, Ar
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Maj Brinker, Received $50.00 Bounty
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Framington, Ms.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1863.....28 Feb: Present; Paid by Maj Haines
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....16 May: Present at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....17 May: Present at the battle of Big Black River, Ms
    .....30 Jun: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....04 Jul: Captured at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....08 Jul: Paroled at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Oct: Present
    .....31 Dec: Present
1864.....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....22 Jun: Present at the battle of Kennesaw, Ga.
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....04 Jul: Present at the battle of Atlanta, Ga.
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....05 Oct: Present at the battle of Altoona, Ga.
    .....30 Nov: Present at the battle of Franklin, Tn.
1865.....09 Apr: Captured at the battle of Fort Blakley, Al.



Caulk, Richard
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Pvt Co B 4th Mo Cav CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Cavanaugh, Danial
1859.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: 208 Green St., St.Louis (  ward)
1860.....Occupation: Mason
    .....Residence: NS O'Fallon between 22d & 23d, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....22 Feb: Pvt Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: Pvt Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....   Dec: Exchanged for Col. Mullagin's troops captured at
Lexington, Mo.
1862.....      : Pvt/ Cpl Co I 6th Mo Inf CSA



Cearns, Wm G.
1844.....      : Born in London, England
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....Occupation: Confedtioner
    .....05 Aug: Pvt Co D 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA at Memphis, Tn, by Col.
Jno S. Bowen for 1 year age 27.
    .....26 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo
    .....28 Aug: Appointed 3Sgt
    .....31 Aug: Paid by Capt W.F. Haines AQM
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....12 Feb: Never under fire; deserted at Nashville, Tn. during
retreat from Bowling Green. He returned to St. Louis, Mo. with the
pretantions of being a Southern man.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Chamberlin, G.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Agent/A.S.D.
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)
               : Paroled at Natchitaces, La.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 9.)



Chambers, Isaac
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo
(History of St. Louis County; pg 101)



Chambers, John
1831.....      : Born in Iraland
1860.....Occupation: Meat Market, 16 N. Market
    .....Residence: Salisberry, corner 16th, St. Louis,
1861.....Occupation: Stone Cutter
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....   May: Pvt Co ? Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Present at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
    .....12 Dec: Pvt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County, Mo.
1862.....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern, Ar
    .....31 Mar: Received clothing for the 1st quarter 62
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Maj Brinker
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Farmington, Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Received clothing for the 2d quarter 62
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1863.....03 Jan: Died of accidental wounds received on the cars near
Jackson, Ms.
    .....05 Jan: Received $50.00 Bounty
Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Champion, James Rock
1861.....      : Leader of the Minuteman
    .....04 Mar: Raised a secession flag over the Old Courthouse.
    .....13 Feb: Lt Co F Jackson Grays 2nd Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Cpt Co B Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthang, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Presetn at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Commanded Kelly's Rgt at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
"Forward me brave lads of Carthage and Oak Hill."
    .....07 Jan: Cpt Co A 2d Rgt Mo Cav {McCullough's Rgt} Armstrong's
Brigade CSA
    .....30 Aug: Killed at Boliver, Tn.
                 The cavalry under Brig-Gen Armstrong was operating
about in the vacinity of Corinth, and along the Tennessee border, and
sharp cavalry engagements frequently occurred; among the regiments under
his command, situated at intervals and covering the line of our front,
was that of Col McCullough, of the 2d Mo: it has been previously stated
that Cpt Champion commanded a company in this regiment.  Near where it
was posted a wealthy family dwelt, a member of which was a young and
beautiful girl of 19, the only child of her parents.
The cavalry of the enemy had frequently visited this family and
appropriated nearly every thing upon the plantation; and upon one
occasion a Federal colonel had insulted the young lady in a manner so
gross that she caused it to be circulated among our cavalry that she
would give her hand and fortune to any officer or private who would
bring to her satisfactory proof that he had killed this colonel; the
name of the Federal Officer was given, and of his regiment, which was
still in the country and marauded in the vacinity.
The affair created considerable excitement in the Missouri regiment,
which was anxious to come in contact with the doomed colonel and his
command: an opportunity soon offered, and the two regiments faced each
other in a hot and furious engagement, during which Cpt Champion, in a
hand to hand conflict, killed the Federal Colonel, whose command
immediately retreated.
The young lady was properly informed of the fate of her enemy and the
name of her avenger: she promptly returned a note expressive of her
obligation, and declared her readiness to fulfill the pledge she had
given.  After a brief correspondence, the Captain waited upon the
youthful beauty, and was as much struck by her charms, grace and
fascination, as he had been by the romantic incidents of her history.
His visits were continued; but before the engagement was cansummated,
the gallant Champion was killed, shot through the head in a severe
cavalry skirmish, and thus was terminated this interesting and tragic
little drama.
Ref: Anderson; First Missouri Confederate Brigade; pp. 214-215.



Chapman, George J.
1859.....Occupation: Salesman (Switzer, Platte & Co) Wholesale
Groceries, 58-60 N. 2d, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: Boards at 15th & Washington, St.Louis, Mo
    .....Member: Central Fire Co.#1
    .....17 Dec: 2d Sgt Co H National Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1860.....Occupation: Salesman (Switzer, Platte & Co) Wholesale
Groceries, 58-60 N. 2d, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: Boards at 15th & Washington, St.Louis, Mo
    .....22 Feb: 2d Sgt Co H National Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 3d Sgt 2d Co National Guard ECMVM
1861.....13 Feb: 3d Sgt 2d Co National Guard ECMVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
1862.....      : 1Lt Guibor's Mo Battery CSA
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
    .....Residence: 720 Pine Street, St.Louis, Mo.
1902.....Member: Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Historical Society of
St.Louis (Colonel)
    .....12 Sep: Photographed #33 (MHS)



Chappell, Edwin F.
1836.....      : Born in Mo.
1859.....Occupation: Clerk, 14 Pine Street, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: Boards at Chestnut, NW corner of 7th, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....17 Dec: 3Sgt Co H National Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1860.....Occupation: Foreman, Misouri Chemical Works
    .....Residence: Boards 137 Chestnut, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....22 Feb: 3Sgt Co H National Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 2d Sgt 2d Co National Guard ECMVM
1861.....13 Feb: 4th Sgt 2d Co National Guard ECMVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
1862.....18 Dec: 2d Lt Lessurs Mo Battery CSA
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
    .....Residence: 310 Olive Street, St.Louis, Mo.



Chaubeneau, Edward
1841.....      : Born
1861.....Residence: Carondolet, Mo.
    .....01 Jul: Pvt Co B 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA at Memphis, Tn by Col.
Jno S. Bowen for 1 year age 20.
    .....27 Jul: Present at Camp Calhoun, near Memphis, Tn.
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....07 Apr: Killed at the battle of Shiloh, Tn.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Clark, Charles S.
1859.....Occupation: Clark & Henry; Clark & Schuler
    .....Residence: 107 N 5th, St. Louis, Mo. (6 Ward)
1860.....Occupation: Clark & Henry; Clark & Schuler
    .....Residence: 14 N. 13th, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....Occupation: Clark & Henry; Clark & Schuler
    .....Residence: 14 N 13th, St. Louis, Mo. (6 Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co G Missouri Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Pvt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Killed at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)



Clark, Robert B.
1859.....Occupation: (W.G. Clark & Co) Sawmill, 2d Street between Benton
& Warren, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: 163 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: (W.G. Clark & Co) Sawmill, 2d Street between Benton
& Warren, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: 166 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: 1Lt Co A Independent Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 Aug: 1st Brigade 8th Division MSG
    .....      : Killed at Oak Hill, Mo.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)



Clark, S. Churchill
1842.....12 Sep: Born in St. Louis.
1859.....18 Mar: Appointed cadet USMA
    .....30 Mar: Accepted apointment to USMA
    .....24 Apr: Communed Easter
    .....25 Apr: Confirmed
    .....15 Jun: Left St. Louis for West Point
    .....20 Jun: Entered West Point appointed Cadet Corporal
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co B Missouri Vadett 2d Rgt MVM
    .....01 Jul: Resigned from West Point
    .....15 Aug: Left St. Louis for Louisville, Ky.
    .....25 Aug: Arrived Memphis, Tn.
    .....13 Sep: Joined MSG
    .....18 Sep: Won gold medal for bravery, downed large flag S.E.
corner of fort at Lexington, Mo.
(Wm. Clark Papers, MHS)
    .....12 Oct:      New Madrid
My Beloved Son.
I left home on the 17th ultimo and after traveling about in every
direction to avoid the patrols and pickets of the enemy I arrived at
Pitmans Ferry on the Arkansas line where we learned that General Hardee
had left for Point Pleasent on the Mississippi. We followed on and
overtook him at that place. I there proceeded to Columbus and had an
interview with General A.S. Johnston and Polk and while there last
Monday the enemy sent their gunboats down from Cairo and they bombarded
the place which was returned however by our batteries in the midst of
which I happened to be at the time they came in light. They are said to
have hit one of the two gunboats in three places but I can not say if it
is true. Their shells fell about us and one within 20 feet of there I
stood on a high bluff near our 32 pound rifle cannon. I saw in Columbus
your friend Harry Churchill who promised to join me at this place, but
he has not yet done so. I also saw there Dr Michel who lived next door
to me, he is surgeon and left home quite sick but under a promise to
join me here. I left with Clark Kennerly at night and without anything
of a fix and hoped to have met you with Gen Hardee, as I wished to
appoint you one of mu aids with the rank of Lieut. Colonel and I have
the place yet for you if you want it and cannot do better. I am very
anxious to see you and feel more so my dear boy for the noble stant you
have taken in the cause of our country, but I always knew you would do
what was right, and I do not fear but that you will always do so, if you
can only resist the temptations of a camp life. I know you will try to
do so, and therfore feel confident of your success.
Genl Polk told me of your passing through Memphis on your way to Genl
Price’s headquarters, but I have not heard of you otherwise except
indefinate reports. I am sorry you did not write to me from Louisville
to let me know your plans, so that I might asvance you in your career if
I should ever have the power.
A few days before I left home I received letters from your brother
Willie, he was then at Nanking in China and had that day visited the top
of the celebrated Tower or Pagoda made of Porcelain. He had but just
heard of the inaugeration of Civil War on our country and was much
distressed at it, believing it as destructive to us as a nation. Poor
fellow, I fear he will be still more so when he hears of the complete
disentergration of society of families and kindred, but I feel thankful
that he is on our side of the glorous cause and I hope if he is not
arrested on his arrival in New York, where his vessel is now expected,
that he will join us in our efforts to defend our liberties and the
right of our Country. Marry Churchill was a Lieut in White Kennetts
camp, but the men all left them, Harry became disgusted and resigned and
the company was broken us. He is expected down to join my Escort which
is somposed of 23 officers and men, but I can not say whether he will or
not. I have thus far only temporarily organized my staff by appointing
Wm Clark Kennerly, my Ass Adj Genl and Ass Insp General, Dr. Freeman W.
Woods as Division Quartermaster and Commissary and of Dr. Edward H.
Bryan Division Surgeon. The other members intended to be appointed are
your uncle Atreus of McCocery, Capt Francis Bryan, William Gay, Thomas
Marshall, Dr. Henry McKellops, Wm. Kearney and Dr Chas E. Michel, and
Chas W. Kaiser, but they have not joined me, some of them can not get
out of St. Louis, and Kearny and Michel have already joined the
Confederate army under Genl Hardee, having waited a long time for me to
join them in the South so you see I have not yet organized my staff nor
my Brigade either for of the 5000 sent out from St. Louis, I can find
but few, the most part being scattered about amongst the forces of
Pillow, Hardee, Thompaon, McBride, McCulloch, Clark Jr and Genl Price.
To try and get authority to get these together and arms to place in the
hands of them and those yet remaining in St. Louis I shall set out
tomorrow for Memphis and Richmond whence I shall return immedeatly to
Memphis, and proceed via Napole on the Arkansas River and Little Rock to
the western part of the state where I may hope to find you and my hope
will be my dear son to remain with you the rest of the war for we can
not again return to St. Louis. Your dear little brother and all your
relatives were well when I left St. Louis. God Bless you my son and may
he keep you holy and in health in the prayers of your affedtiionate
father.
     M. Lewis Clark
S. Churchhill Clark
Mo State Army.
(Wm. Clark Papers; MHS)
    .....23 Oct: Appointed Captain MSG
    .....05 Nov:    Headquarters “Clarks Battery”
          Cassville.
My Beloved Father:
I received your most welcome letter yesterday and was very glad to hear
that you are coming up to our army. I arrived at Lexington, Mo. on the
13th of September and was in the fight, in command of a battery of three
brass 6 pound field pieces, I was on the left of the front of the
college and had one piece also in front of the college, I kept the
rascals from appearing in three of their entrenchments and also from
going in and out of the college. I had my scabbord shot from my side but
was not injured at all. I fired hot shot at them and set them on fire
twice, both times the put it out with engines which they had inside
their fortifications.
I am now a captain of Artillery and have four peices in my battery. Two
12 pound howetizers, one brass 6 pound field peice and one iron 6 pound
field peice, two caissons, two ammunition wagons and four company
wagons. I am in gen Slacks Division, he is a very clever and brave man
but not a military one. I saw Gov. Jackson and told him I had heard from
you and thought that you would accept your appointment as Brig Gen. He
said that he had appointed no one elso as yet although he had waited a
long time to hear from you, he seemed glad to hear from you, come up as
soon as possible for Genl Frost is talked of as coming up here and if he
comes no telling what he will want, however I can attend to your
business very well and see that you are properly represented. Genl Price
and Gov Jackson will do most enything for me they have already done a
great deal.
If you go to Richmond and the President wishes to give you tents and
wagons as he did Gen John B. Clark, do not, for goodness sake as he did
refuse them, you will find they are hard to get here bring every thing
you need with you. You will be able to get but few things here, if your
can will you on your way back to this army go to the store of Speed
Donohoe and Strange and ask of the clerk ( I forgot his name) for my
trunk and carpet bag and bring them up with you, nad if you have time
and can get them, get me a pair of warm blankets, a good pair of boots
No. 4’s and a pair of pants 3 ft 7 in from top to bottom, 2 ft 7 inside
seam, waist 2 ft 4 in, hips 3 ft 2 in and some overshirts and a cap.
Wirght is General Steens Aid, I am very comportably situated and ready
to give the “Feds” 200 rounds at a moments notice. There ia a flag of
truce in camp but for what object has not transpired sa yet. Good bye
and may God bless and preserve you always will be the prayer of
    Your most devoted son
     S. Churchill Clark
     Captain Artillery
     4th Div. M.S.G.
Brig Gen M. Lewis Clark
(Wm. Clark Papers, MHS)
    .....30 Nov: Appointed Cadet CSA
1862.....16 Jan: Elected Captain CSA
    .....07 Mar:"In the latter hours of the battle of (Elk Horn Tavern,
Ark) there was the most deafening and awful cannonade from the guns on
both sides, and it was then I withnessed one of the most shocking deaths
of the war. Young Churchill Clark, son of Meriwether Lewis Clark,
(grandson of William Clark) was a particularly gallant boy, and I never
knew such nerve as he displayed under fire.  When a cannon ball came so
close that it took his mustache right off, he threw back his shoulders
and remarked with a grin, "God! that was a close shave!' The next one
took his head off."
(Kennerly, Wm. Clark; Persimmon Hill; University of Oklahoma Press;
1949; pg. 243.)
    .....08 Mar: 10 AM: Killed at Battle of Elk Horn, Ark. Found by flag
of truce and burried. Enturred by undertaker.
    .....29 Mar: Burried at Van Buren, Ark
(Wm. Clark Papers, MHS)



Clark, Thomas
1848....      : Born in Tyrone, Ireland
1861.....Occupation: Boiler Maker
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....17 Jul: Pvt Co F 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA at Memphis, Tn. by Col.
Jno S. Bowen for 1 year age 23
    .....24 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo.
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....06 Apr: Present at the battle of Shiloh, Tn.
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present; paid by Capt W.F. Haines
    .....28 Aug: Present
    .....06 Oct: Captured at Corinth, Ms, took oath and is now in St.
Louis, Mo.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Clark, William M.
1856.....      : Capt. Union Rifle Co. Booneville, Mo.
1857.....17 Dec: 2d Cpl Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
1858.....13 Nov: 2d Cpl Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
1859.....17 Dec: 2d Cpl Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
    .....Occupation: Drayman; Ryan & loutham
    .....Residence: Spring St. Gamble addition, St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Drayman; Ryan & loutham
    .....Residence: Spring St. Gamble addition, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....22 Feb: 2d Cpl Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 2d Cpl Co E Washington Blues 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....      : Capt. 4th Mo Cav CSA



Clarke, G.B.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Capt
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Clay, William E.
1859.....Occupation: Baker
    .....Residence: Boards 74 Franklin Ave, St. Louis, Mo
1860.....Occupation: Carrier
    .....Residence: 219 N. 7th, St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....      : Conscript, Mo.
    .....06 Feb: Died at Rock Island Prison, grave No. 1864



Clayton, J.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Capt/AQM
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Clayton, William D.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo
(History of St. Louis County; pg 101)



Co-ey?, I.B.
1865........May: 2Lt Co B 3rd & 5th Mo Inftry CSA
         Residence: Mo.
               : Paroled at Jackson, Ms.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 9.)



Cockery, John J.
1861.....01 Dec: 3Sgt Co D 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA by Capt Burke for 6
months at Camp Beauregard, Ky.
1862.....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....31 Aug: Present; paid by Capt Danner
    .....31 Oct: Present; due bounty and commutation
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Cockery, William
1861.....13 Feb: Lt Guibor's Battery MSG



Cockrane, William
1861.....13 Feb: 4Sgt Co C Missouri Vadett 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
1865........May: 1Lt Guibor's Mo Battery CSA
         Residence: St. Louis Co. Mo.
               : Paroled at Meridian, Ms.
(Carolyn M. Bartels; Missouri Officers & Gentlemen: CSA Surrender;
Shawnee Mission, Ks; 1996; pg 9.)



Cockrell, Francis M.
1834.....      : Born in Missouri
1861.....Residence: PO Warrensburg, Johnson County, Mo.
    .....20 Jun: Captain Co G 3rd Rgt Inftry 8th Div MSG
    .....13 Dec: Resigned from MSG
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
1862.....      : Col 2d Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1863.....      : Brig.Gen. Cockrell's Mo Brigade CSA
1864.....30 Nov: Wounded at the Battle of Franklin, Tn.
1865.....10 Aug: Pardon of:
Ret. Brig. Gen..recommended also by Gen. Osterhaus and the Govoner of
Missouri.. Cockrell is of Johnson County Missouri.
    Demopilas, Ala. 1 July 1865.
Statement from Cockrell to President Johnson.."I most respectfully beg
leave to state that I was born and raised in the county of Johnson in
the state of Missouri..and was a resident of that county in June AD
1861, and was the owner of about 700 acres of land, sitated in said
county and with the improvements there on was worth about nineteen
thousand dollars, which with a few pwesonal articles, was all I
owned....no proceedings have been filed in any courts against me...never
been a canidate for any office...and within the month of June in 1861, I
entered the military organization then known as the Missouri State
Guard, and consequently to the military bill, passed bu the General
Assembly of the state, at it's session in 1860 and 1861 - and with in
company of many others rendevoused at Lexington, Missouri and on the
20th day of said month, was sworn into said service for six months and
the following day was elected Captain of Company G, 3rd Regiment
Infantry, 8th Division of the Missouri State Guard...after this term I
entered the Provisional Army at Springfield, Missouri, in January of
1862...then in obedience of the Conscription Law, the regiment was
re-organized and I was elected Lieutenant Colonel. On June 29, 1862,
promoted to Colonel and served in that position until June/July ? of
1863, when I was appointed Brigadier General of the Provisional Army of
the Confederate States.. assigned to commanding the Missouri Brigade
comprising the Missouri troops east of the Mississippi River.. I served
as such until April 9th, 1865, when I was captured at Blakely, Alabama
by Major General Canby's army. On May 14th I was duly paroled and
released from imprisionment...since April of 1862, I have been
constnatly in service on the east side of the Mississippi river..."
This statement above was written at Demopilis, Alabama, 1st July 1865.
A signature appears on a statement written in accordance with the pardon
L./S. F.Hubbard Brig General U.S.V. Demopilis, Alabama...another letter
dated 14th October 1865, tells officer to send pardon to Lexington,
Missouri in care of A.W. Ridings.
Letter states: "We whose names affixed respectfully -- to pardon
Francis M. Cockrell of Missouri .... some of knew him prior to the war,
whilst engaged in the practice of the law, and ever found him to know
something of his history whilst engaged in the rebellion and we can
safely say, that his conduct was unex---- as a true manly soldier. It
has bwwn reported by milicious and designing men that General Cockrell,
whilst engaged in the rebellion was at the head of a band of men,
infesting the central counties of Missouri, which is and was pronounced
as untrue.."
Signed: Jas. Broadhead, C.J. Couvoin, Allen P. Richardson, J.M. Stover,
Barton Able, Lewis B. Bogy, T.T. Crittenden, James R. McCormick, George
Knapp, Wm.W.
I--rath
Frank P. Blair; attests to the loyalty and character of the signatures.

(Bartels, Carolyn M.; Missouri Aminesty; Case files of applications from
former Confederate soldiers/citizens for Presidential Pardons (Amnesty
Papers) Pub-M1003, Roll 36.)
1866.....31 Mar: Pardon Granted



Coleman, John
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co D Emmitt Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
    .....Residence: 2835 Market Street, St.Louis, Mo.



Coleman, R.G.Jr.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Adj 8th Mo Cav CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Coleman, Stephen O.
1810.....27 Aug: Born
1842.....      : 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1843.....      : 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
    .....      : Cpt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1846.....      : Cpt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1853.....      : 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1858.....      : Cpl Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1859.....Residence: Boards at the City Hotel, St. Louis, Mo. (6 Ward)
    .....17 Dec: 1st Cpl Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1860.....Occupation: Turner
    .....Residence: 10th NE corner St. Charles, St. Louis, Mo.
    .....27 Jun: 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
         30 Jun: Board of Directors St. Louis Grays
         30 Jun: Armory Guard St. Louis Grays
    .....27 Nov: 1Lt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....Occupation: Turner
    .....Residence: 10th NE corner of St. Charles, St. Louis, Mo. (8
Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co A St. Louis Garys 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Cpt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Boonrville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Mortally wounded at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....11 Aug: Died of wounds
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
               : Burried at Bellefountaine Cemetery Block 126 Lot 1552



Collins, Patrick William
1835.....      : Born
1859.....06 Dec: 1st Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1860.....Occupation: Barkeeper
    .....Residence: 285 Franklin, St. Louis, Mo
    .....23 Feb: 1st Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 1st Cpl Co D Emmet Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....13 Feb: 1st Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....23 Jul: 4Sgt Co D 1st Grt Mo Inftry CSA at Memphis, Tn. by Col.
Jno S. Bowen for 1 year age 26.
    .....26 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo.
    .....31 Aug: Paid by Capt W.F. Hainse
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: 2Sgt Co D 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA; Present
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....31 Oct: Present; due bounty & communtation
1863.....14 Nov: Appointed 2Lt Co D 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA
    .....10 Dec: Paid $121.55 By Capt Danner
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Conklin, William
1838.....      : Born
1859.....Member: St.Louis Fire Co #4
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co G Dixie Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....01 Jul: Pvt Co B 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA at Memphis, Tn by Col. Jno
S. Bowen for 1 year age 23
    .....27 Jul: Present at Camp Calhoun near Memphis, Tn.
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....06 Apr: Present at the battle of Shiloh, Tn.
    .....21 Apr: G.O. 20 contains information of the court martial of
William Conklin
   Head Quarters Army of the Mississippi
     Corinth, Miss, April 21, 1862
GENERAL ORDER
NO.20
     A military commission is appointed to convene at Corinth, in the
State of Mississippi, at the hour of 12 o'clock M on Tuesday the 22nd
day of April A.D. 1862 for the trial of Private William Conklin Co B 1st
Missouri Volunteers.
The following officers are detailed as members of the commissin:
Brig Gen I.R. Chalmand PACS
Col R.M. Smith
Maj F.A. Farmer
Maj G.W. Brent, Acting Inspect General is appointed Judge Advocate.
By order of Gen'l Beauregard

    ......22 Apr:    Corinth, Mississippi
        April 22, 1862
Transcript of a Military commission held at Corinth, in the State of
Mississippi by virtue of the following order.
       The Court met persuent to the above orders.
    Present:
Brig Gen I.R. Chalmend P.A.C.S.
Col R.A. Smith
Maj F.A. Farmer
Maj G.M. Brent Judge Advocate
The court, then proceeded to the trial of Private William Conklin Co B
1st Missouri Volunteers, who, being called into court and having heard
the General Order read and asked if he had any objections to any of the
members mentioned, the General Orders, to which he replied in the
negative.
The court was then sworn by the Judge Advocate and the charges read by
the president of the court in his presence and Private William Conklin
was arrested on the following charge.
Charge! In this that the said William Conklin, Private Co B 1st
Missouri Vols. while posted is a sentinel in the town of Corinth in the
State of Mississippi on the night of the 17th day of April A.D. 1862, to
protect certain property at or near the Rail Road Depot, part of which
was a barrel of Whiskey marked for Hospital purposes, did quit his post
as such sentinel opened the said barrel of Whiskey and plundered and
pillaged the same.
To which the prisoner pleaded as follows:
Not Guilty to the charge.
All persons required to give evidence are directed to withdraw, and
remain in waiting until called for.
Lieut. D.A. Walsh, Co A 1st Missouri Vols a witness for the prosecution
being duly sworn says:
Question: State whether you know the Prisoner Private Conklin and if
yes, state fully where he was and what he did during the night of the
17th of April A.D. 1862.
Answer: I have known him to be a private in Co B 1st Missouri regiment.
I know that he was a sentinel on post No 18 on the night of the 17th
April 1862 opposite the Tishomings Mobile in the town of Corinth. There
was a barrel of Whiskey broken into that night by one of the three
sentinels guarding it, or allowed to be done by them as it was at their
post and under their guard.
Question: Did you post Wm Conklin as Sentinel, and if so, state at whet
time he was posted?
Answer: There was a Corporal to each relief, who posted the sentinels.
I saw Conklin on duty at his post from 8 to 10 o'clock that night, I saw
him again in the morning from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Question: When did you ascertain the Whiskey was taken, and state what
you did when you discovered it and what became of Conklin?
Answer: When I was there at 6 o'clock in the evening the barrel was not
broken open. I discovered in the morning, at a little after 6 o'clock,
that it was open. I immediately took the name of each sentinel on that
post. I inquired of each if they knew any thing about the barrel being
opened. Conklin said he knew nothing about it. Private Blaylock and
Donohoo were the other two sentinels. I then reported to Col. Smith, and
afterwards placed Conklin in arrest. Conklin denied taking the Whiskey.
Before going to Col. Smith. I ordered the guard to remain and on my
return found Conklin had gone. Blaylock and Donohoo were there. I do not
know where he went.
Question: State if either of three sentinels that morning seemed to
have been drinking, if so which one?
Answer: Donohoo seemed to have been drinking.
Question: State if you visited post No 18 at any other time during the
night of the 17th inst besides those of which you have spoken?
Answer: I visited Post No 18 between two and three o'clock and found
Pvt Blaylock on guard. Blaylock was on first relief - Donohoo the second
and Conklin the third. I observed the smell of Whiskey in the morning
but did not during the night. The ground was wet with the Whiskey and
the air filled with the smell, which witness thinks if it had been done
at night he could have smelled it. There was a blanket over it when I
discovered it. The barrel was on the platform of the Depot. I discovered
next morning that some of the privates of Co B were under the influence
of liquor as well as some of the guard.
Cross Examined by prisoner.
Question. Mention the names of those whom you saw intoxicated that
morning and when and where.
Answer: Private Minor Co B who came from camp drunk, also Pvt Jno Fox
Co G a member of the guard. Thos Welch Co A a member, Edward Eaid Co A a
member of the guard. Witness thinks that Minor came in town that morning
on some detail- And further the witness said not.
Thomas Warren Agent of La Relief association a witness on behalf of
prosecution being duly sworn answered and said:
Question: State all you know about any whiskey alleged to have been
stolen on the night of the 17th of April, 1862, and especially for what
use said Whiskey was
intended.
Answer: The Whiskey was on the Rail Road platform, a little above the
Tishomony House. It was with a lot of boxes all being marked Hospital
Stores. and addressed to Dr. P. Clay. My attention was called to it very
early in the morning by first having met soldiers pretty drunk. On going
to the spot found a barrel of Whiskey nearly empty. The sentinel was
sitting on one of the boxes. This was before 6 o'clock, I think. The
prisoner. I think was the sentinel - I think he was perfectly sober.
And further this defendant saith not.
Private W. H. Blaylock, Co G 1st Missouri Vols, a witness on behalf of
the prosecution was next duly sworn.
Question: State if you were posted as sentinel on the night of the 17th
April 1862, if yes, state where and what instructions were you given?
Answer: I was placed on duty at Post No. 18 at the platform of the
Railroad Depot near the Hotel, guarding sugar hogshead, this was all
that was under my care at that post. This was about  8 o'clock in the
morning. After this I was placed on another post further down the
platform near the Hotel to guard boxes which were there. They were
hospital stores. There was a barrel there also.I relieved at this post
(which was still No. 18) the prisoner Conklin. He told me to guard the
boxes but said nothing about the barrel. This was at 2 o'clock P.M.
Whiles some officer came to me and instructed me to watch the barrel and
turn over this instruction to the relief. I was relieved by Donohoo to
whom I gave this instruction and directed him to give it to Conklin. I
went about 8 o'clock P.M. to relieve Conklin. I saw him sitting on the
barrel with his bayonet gouging at the head. I told him I came to
relieve him. He then stopped and said, "Have you come already?" I
replied "yes" and said "I suppose you think it a long time." He answered
"Oh I have just got my hand in." I went around the pile of Hospital
stores. I heard Private Walsh said that was too big and Conklin was at
that time at work again on the head. I started toward him and he got up.
At this time Pvt Walsh co A 1st Missouri set down on the barrel took out
his knife and commenced on the head. I said to him what are you doing. I
told him if he did not leave I would report him and that all who were
there must get up and leave. I told him that I had received standing
instructions about the boxes and Whiskey. I meant to carry them out at
the risk of my life. Conklin replied "Damn the instructions." Conklin
than walked off. He afterwards came back and left his gun against the
boxes. I then walked off. Donohoo relieved me at 10 o'clock. I turned
over to him the Whiskey untouched. About ten or fifteen minutes
afterwards, between the post and the guard house, I met Conklin and a
person whom I took to be the acting corporal of the 3rd relief. The
person remarked to Conklin, "Who is on post?" Conklin replied "Co A
fellow. He's all right. We can get now what we want and as much as we
want." I saw nothing more of them at that time. I went on post again at
two o'clock and relieved Conklin. I found the head of the barrel of
Whiskey gone, the barrel of Whiskey turned round and almost gone. I went
at once to relieve Conklin. There was no Corporal. After I had walked up
to the post, the acting corporal of the 1st Relief came up to the post
and said, "Conklin, I want a little more of that." Conklin replied, "I
have nothing to do with it now, Blaylock is guarding it." He then
started towards the barrel, put his cup to the barrel. and had turned it
over before I could stop him. I told him if he took any I would report
him. They went off. About that moment Private Quisenberry came up and I
said to him, "Note that Whiskey is gone." Then Pvt Edmondson came up and
I called his attention to the same fact. I was relieved by Donahoo at 4
o'clock. We were in the habit with the sergeant's permission, to relieve
each other without the presence of the corporal. The Lieut of the Guard
was present occasionally when the guard went out.
Cross Examined by prisoner.
Question: "Are you certain that I said "Damn the instructions?"
Answer: "I am certain."
Question: "Did the officer of the Guard of out and visit the posts that
night whilst you were on duty?"
Answer: "He passed me on post - 8 o'clock but said nothing. He did not
at any other time that night. Had no communication with him at 2 o'clock
that night."
And further this defendant said nothing.
Private E.M. Quisenberry, Co A 1st Missouri Vols a witness on behalf of
the prosecution, was next duly sworn and so answered.
Question: "State if you saw on the night of the 17th April 1862, Pvt
Blaylock on post, if yes, state where and all that occurred."
Answer: I saw him on post as a sentinel on the night of the 17th April
at the Railroad Depot in Corinth, near the Tushoming Hotel at or about
ten minutes past two o'clock in the morning. He had just been put on
post. I was passing about eight feet from him, when he called me and
pointed to a barrel of Whiskey which had been opened. Blaylock asked me
to pay attention to the fact that it had been opened. I was on the 3rd
Relief that night and was going after water. I did not see Blaylock
posted, but followed directly out after he was posted.
Private R.P. Edmonson, Co A 1st Missouri Vols., a witness on behalf of
the prosecution was next duly sworn and answered
Question:" State if you saw on the night of the 17th April 1862,
private Blaylock on post as a sentinel, if yes, state where, when and
all that took place."
Answer: I saw private Blaylock on post as a sentinel on the night of
the 17th of April, 1862, on the platform at the Railroad Depot in front
of the Tushoming Hotel. At or about half past two o'clock in the morning
as near as I can come to it. When I came off post that night, I went to
the well for some water, and as I passed his post, he called me and Pvt
Quisenberry and showed us a barrel of Whiskey that was nearly empty.
There was a blanket over it, and he asked us to examine it.
Private Edward Donahoo Co A 1st Missouri Vols, a witness called by the
court defence and says:
Question: "State if you were ever posted as a sentinel on the night of
the 17th April 1862, at the Railroad Depot in Corinth, and if yes, state
at what time that night you were on duty, and what you know about a
barrel of Whiskey put under guard that night."
Answer: I was posted as a sentinel on the night of the 17th April, and
on the platform of the Railroad Depot in Corinth. I was on duty the
first time that night at 10 o'clock and went on duty the next time at 4
o'clock in the morning. I relieved Blaylock both times. There was a
barrel there to be guarded. I do not know whether it contained Whiskey
or not. This all I can say about the barrel. I did not drink anything
that night nor was I drunk in the morning. I got one drink of liquor in
town the next morning about ????. I got it about an hour before the
whole guard was relieved. I walked mu post the most of my time. I
received no instructions not to be seated. I did not see Conklin, except
when he relieved me. I did not know the barrel was opened. I smelt
nothing.
Private Edward Fox Co B 1st Missouri Vols was next duly sworn and
answered:
Question: "State if you were on duty on the night of the 17th of April
1862, at the Railroad Depot in Corinth and, it yes, state in what
capacity you acted and also if you know any thing about the breaking
open of a barrel of Whiskey."
Answer: I was on duty during the night of the 17th of April, 1862, at
the Railroad Depot at Corinth. I was acting as Corporal. I did not know
anything of a barrel of Whiskey. I saw three of the guards that night
under the influence of liquor. Two of them were Private Fox Co G and
Walsh Co A Missouri Vols. I do not know the third one. I know that night
that there was a barrel to be guarded, but I did not know its contents.
I had no communication with the prisoner that night about the barrel. I
thought that Donanhoo was under the influence of liquor next morning
about the time of Guard mounting. I had instructions that night to give
to the guard. I suffered that night some of the sentinels to relieve
each other. When I arrived that night I found out that the sentinels had
relieved each other, so I went on and did not bother myself any more
about it. I heard something said about Whiskey that night baing over
there. I supposed the barrel was meant. The officer of the guard was
asleep that night lying by the side of Pvt Walsh, who was under the
influence of liquor. Walsh staggered when he got up. This was about 2
o'clock. Did not hear Conklin say anything about liquor that night.
The hour of adjournment having arrived the court adjourned until
tomorrow at 9 o'clock A.M.
George Wm. Brent
Asst Insp Gen

Corinth, Miss 9 o'clock A.M.
Wednesday, April 23, 1862
The Court met persuent to adjournment; present all the members. The
proceedings having been read over to the court, it proceeded in the
presence of the prisoner Private Conklin to the examination of the
witnesses.
Private Thomas Welsh, Co A 1st Missouri Vols, a witness called by the
court was then duly sworn and answered:
Question: Were you on guard duty at any time during the night of the
17th April 1862 in Corinth and if so, state where you were posted and at
what time during the night, and if you saw anything of a barrel of
whiskey that night?
Answer: I was posted as a sentinel during the night of the 17th April
1862 on the platform of the Railroad Depot in Corinth. I was on the 2nd
relief, and served two tours of duty, but do not recollect at the hour I
was posted. I saw several barrels on the platform. No 18 was the post
next to mine. I saw two or three barrels at that post. I do not know
what they contained.
Question: Did you see the prisoner Conklin that night, if so did you
see him with liquor of any kind, and was he under the influence?
Answer: I saw Conklin several times over the night. I saw him with no
liquor, nor did I notice that he was under its influence.
Question: Did you see any liquor at or about Post No 18?
Answer: I did not. After dusk and after I had eaten my supper I went to
post 18, about five minutes before Conklin was relieved. Conklin was
relieved by Blaylock of my regiment. I was setting on a box near a
barrel with these was a blanket. I had my knife out and was cutting my
nails. Blaylock said to me. "I think I see what you are trying to do" I
answered "if you suspicion on me of trying to get into the barrel I will
go away, or something to that effect."Conklin had gone before me, had
left his gun. I had heard that morning that there was whiskey at the
Depot but did not know it was in that barrel. I got four drinks in the
course of an hour that night from the Tennessee man. I went during the
day to my camp to get my meals.
Cross examined by the prisoner.
Question: Did you hear me say to Blaylock that night, "Damn the
instructions"?
Answer: I was not noticing much that night about what was said. I was
there when Blaylock relieved Conklin.
Private John Fox, Co G 1st Missouri Vols a witness called by the court
was duly sworn and answered.
Question: Were you on guard at the Railroad Depot during the night of
the 17th of April 1862 in Corinth: if so, state where you were posted?
at what time and generally what occurred?
Answer: I was on guard that night at the commissary store. I got a
canteen full of whiskey from some soldiers who did not belong to our
Regiment. I did not know them. They had it on a blanket. I offered from
the relief and was going around and got the whiskey. I saw Welsh that
night. Did not see Conklin or know where he was posted.
Private Edward Eaid Co A 1 Missouri Vols a witness called by the court
was duly sworn and answered.
Question: Were you on guard during the night of the 17th of April 1862,
at the Railroad Depot in Corinth? if so, state at what time during that
night, where and every thing which then accrued?
Answer: I was acting corporal of the guard that night for the 2nd relief
at the Railroad Depot. I had no instructions that night about the
preservation of any property. I was merely told to post the sentinel. I
did so. Saw no barrels. Donohoo Welsh and others were in my relief. I
posted Donohoo somewhere between No 16 and 19. I saw no liquor that
night, and he and nothing about any. Got some next morning from a Texan
below the Court house. Saw no members of the guard under the influence
of liquor that night.
The prossecution here closed, and the prisoner stated that he had no
witnesses and requested to be permitted to make a statement. The court
granted his request and he said:
"When I relieved private Donohoo that night about 12 o'clock I found
that bung of the barrel out, and I took one drink. Whatever was taken
out of it before or afterwards I know nothing about it. I gave none
away. I sent no person there to get any."
The court then closed and preceded to deliberate on the testimony
adduced and pronounced the following sentence.
The court having maturely considered the testimony the admission of the
prisoner, is of opinion that the prisoner Private William Conklin Co B 1
Missouri Vols, is guilty of the charge proffered against him, and does
therefore sentence him Private William Conklin Co B 1 Missouri Vols, to
have fine and thirty lashes - his head shaved and to be drummed out of
his regiment. All this to be done on the presence of his Brigade.
The court would willingly sentence him to be shot, but do not deem him
worthy of such honorable punishment.
The Court having no further business before it then adjourned
George Wm. Brent
Asst Insp Gen
    .....24 Apr:    Hd.Qrs. Army of the Miss
      Corinth, Miss. April 24th,62
General Orders
No. 21.
I. At a Military Commission which convened at Corinth, in the state of
Miss., on the 22d day of April 1862, pursurent to General Orders No 20
of April 21st 1862 and of which Brig Gen'l I R Chalman is President, was
tried Pvt. Wm Conklin, Co B 1st Mo. Vols. to wit:
Charged, In this that the said Wm. Conklin whilst posted as a Sentinel
in the Town of Corinth in the state of Miss. on the night of the 17th
day of April AD 1862 to protect government property at or near the Rail
Road Depot part of which was a barrel of Whiskey marked for Hospital
purposes did quit his post as said sentinel, opened the said barrel of
Whiskey and plundered and pillaged the same.
In which the prisoner pleaded as follows:
Not Guilty, to the Charge.
Finding and Sentence.
The Court after mature deliberation on the testimony addressed find the
prisoner Pvt Wm. Conklin Co B 1st Mo Vols. as follows:
Guilty of the Charge proffered against him. And the Court do therefore
sentence him Pvt. Wm. Conklin Co B 1st Mo. Vols. to have nine and thirty
lashes, his head shaved and to be drummed out of the Brigade.
II. The proceedings, finding and sentence are approved and all similar
offenders are hereby warned that prompt and summery punishment will
follow in all said cases.
III. The Court of Officers of the Brigade are specially charged with
the examination of the foregoing sentence.
IV. The Military Commission of which Brig Gen'l I.R. Chalmens is
president, is hereby dissolved.
By Command of Gen'l Beauregard
(signed) F.A. Haden
   A.A.Gen'l
Maj Gen'l T. Jones
Condg A.C.
    .....30 Apr: Confined in the guardhouse on charges.
    .....28 Jun: Deserted from Camp Price, Ms.
1863.....      : Capt Shelby's Cavalry CSA
    .....08 Sep: This List to be delivered by the Officer in charge of
the Prisoners to the Provost Marshal General.
One Prisoner received at the Gratiot Street Prison, the 8th day of Sept
1863, from Provost Mar Genl.
Sent forward from -----on the 8th day of Sept 1863, by order of Provost
Marshal Genl.
Capt Wm. Conklin of Shelby's Command.
A Miller
Capt & Prison Adjutant
Res G. George
Clerk
    .....08 Sep:Head Quarters, Department of the Missouri
    Office of Provost Marshal General
    St. Louis, Mo. Sept 8, 1863
Capt Miller, Commanding Gratiot St. Prison,
Capt Wm. Conklin of Shelbys Comd is hereby committed until further
order.
By order of
Maj. Genl Schofield
J.P. Dade
Lieut and Asst P. Marshal
1864.....11 Feb:   Cincinnati, Feb 11, 1864
Capt Small
Wm. Conklin, Dept Post Master, that there is an other letter on the
Post Office for that man Willy Caton. See Remper and find out if he is
still wanted if so tell Conklin to forward the letter to Wheeling where
Catin is for certain as he sent as order to one of our Book Store men to
have his letter sent to Wheeling. This man knows he Catin was in the
Rebel Army. See the Captain and tell him and ask what is to be done in
the matter.
     General
     I.L Ruffen
    .....18 Jul: Lieut Richardson,
The papers in case of William Conklin, 1st Mo. CSA were forwarded to
Col. Hoffman, Com. Genl. of Prisoners July 18, 1864.
     E. Spahr
     Chief Clerk
    .....14 Aug:    Hd Quarters of the Mo.
       Office P.M. General
       St. Louis, Aug 16, 1864.
The within said prisoner is hereby remanded back to Grat. St. Prison
and will be held until called for.
By order of Wm. A. Kyser, Asst Pro Marshal
    .....15 Aug:   Office Gratiot St. Prison
      St. Louis, Mo. Aug 15, 1864.
Capt W.A. Kyser
Asst Pro Mar Genl
Sir: I send to your office for release the Prisoner Wm. Conklin.
Yours Respectfully, Your obt Servt,
G.W. McClure
Capt Comdg Prison
for Reglan Clerk

1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Conner, John C.
1838.....  Born: in county Wecklow Ireland
1859.....17 Dec: 4th Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: 16 Florida, St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....04 Feb: 3d Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 3d Cpl Co D Emmet Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....13 Feb: 3d Cpl Co D Emmit Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured At Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo
    .....Occupation: Farmer
    .....22 Jun: Pvt Co F 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA at Fort Pillow, Tn. by Col
.J.S. Bowen,for 1 year, age 22.
    .....24 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo.,
    .....31 Oct: Present
1862.....06 Apr: Wounded and left on Battlefield at Shiloh, Tn.,
supposed to be dead
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Conners, James
1859.....Occupation: Drayman
    .....Residence: Alley between 10th & 11th near Market Street,
St.Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Drayman
    .....Residence: ES alley between 10th & 11th, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co F Laclede Guard 1st Rgt MVm
1862.....      : Maj. Marmaduke's Staff CSA
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
    .....Residence: Lexington, Mo.



Connor,
1861.....13 Feb: 1Sgt Co F Jackson Grays 2d Rgt MVM
1862.....      : Lt Col 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1864.....   Jul: Wounded at the Battle of Atlanta, Ga.
    .....30 Nov: Killed at the Battle of Franklin, Tn.



Conroy, James B.
1839.....      : Born In Missouri
1860.....Occupation: Stonecutter
    .....Residence: Boards at NE corner of 11th and Market, St. Louis,
Mo. (6 Ward)
1861.....Occupation: Stonecutter
    .....Residence: Boards at NE corner of 11th and Market, St. Louis,
Mo. (6 Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co H Jackson Guards 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Pvt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Wounded in the left thigh at the battle of Oah Hill,
Mo.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
    .....12 Sep: Returned to duty
    .....12 Dec: Cpl Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County, Mo.
1862.....28 Jan: Promoted to 5th Sgt.
    .....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern, Ar
    .....31 Mar: Received clothing for the 1st quarter 62
    .....30 Apr: Present; Paid by Maj Brinker
    .....09 May: Present at the battle of Farmington, Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Present: Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner, Received $50.00 Bounty
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner
1863.....28 Feb: Present; Paid by Maj Haines
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....16 May: Present at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....17 May: Present at the battle of Big Black River, Ms
    .....30 Jun: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner; In hospital, wounded
    .....04 Jul: Captured at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....08 Jul: Paroled at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....31 Aug: Absent; On furlough
    .....31 Oct: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner;Promoted to 4Sgt
    .....31 Dec: Present
1864.....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....22 Jun: Present at the battle of Kennesaw, Ga.
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....04 Jul: Present at the battle of Atlanta, Ga.
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....05 Oct: Present at the battle of Altoona, Ga.
    .....30 Nov: Present at the battle of Franklin, Tn.
    .....15 Dec: Deserted on the retreat from Tn.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)
1890.....      : Member of the Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent
Society of St. Louis.
    .....Residence: 1430 N 22d St., St. Louis, Mo.
1915………….15 Mar: Died in St. Louis
James B. Conroy was a lieutenant in Captain Kelly’s company (A), of the
5th Missouri Infantry, Cockrell’s Brigade, C.S.A., and was twice
severely wounded in battle. He served in the early battles in Missouri
under General Price, later at Corinth, Miss., and afterwards in the army
of General Pemberton at the siege of Vicksburg. He was in the Georgia
campaign under Gens. Joseph E. Johnston and John B. Hood, taking part in
all the battles around Atlanta and in the assault at Allatoona.
Lieutenant Conroy also fought in the battle of Franklin, Tennessee where
he was captured inside the Federal works with a number of his comrades.
Death came to him suddenly a this home, in St. Louis, Mo., on the 5th
of March, 1915. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, and two
sons. He was a charter member of the Knights of Father Mathew.
(Confederate Veteran, Vol. XXIII, No. 6 June 1915, pg 274)



Cooke, William Mordecai
1823.....11 Dec: Born in Portsmouth, Va.
1843.....      : Moved to St.Louis and began to practice law
1846.....      : Maried Miss Eliza Von Phul, daughter of Henry Von Phul
of St.Louis, Mo.
1849.....      : Moved to Hanibal, Mo.
1854.....      : Returned to St.Louis, Mo.
1859.....Occupation: Lawyer 33 1/2 Chesnut, St.Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: 8th Street between Carre & Grotiot, St.Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Lawyer, 33 Chesnut
    .....Residence: ES 8th between Gratiot & Cerre, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....Member: Minutemen
    .....   Mar: Sent by Gov. Jackson as a commissioner to the President
of the Confederate States.
    .....17 Jun: Present at the Battle of Booneville, Mo., as an aid on
the Gov. Staff.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the Battle of Carthage, Mo., as an aid on
the Gov. Staff.
    .....10 Aug: Present at the Battle of Oak Hill, Mo.as an aid on Gen.
Price's Staff.
    .....      : Sent to Richmond to confer with President Davis.
    .....      : Elected a member of the Confederate Congress
    .....24 Sep: Correspondence concerning to the "batteries of rifled
guns for Missouri - Arkansas to be supplied without delay with necessary
articles to complete them." (See papers of Horace H. Brand)
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
1863.....14 Apr: Died in Petersburg, Va.
    .....      : His remains were brought back to St.Louis and burried
at Cavalry Cemetery.
    .....Member: Roman Catholic Church
    .....Children: Margret Kearns Cooke
                   Posalie Genevieve Cooke
                   Henry Von Phul Cooke
                   William Mordecai Cooke
                   John Rutherford Cooke
                   Sophie Cooke
                   D'Arcy Paul Cooke



John Cooper
1836.....  Born: Kentucky
1861.....22 Jun: Pvt Co K 1st Mo Inftry Rgt CSA at Mamphis, Tn for 1
year by Col J.S. Bowen age 25.
    .....Occupation: Architect
    .....10 Sep: Transfered to Company F
    .....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
    .....31 Oct: Present at Columbus, Ky
1862.....06 Apr: Present at battle of Shiloh, Tn.
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Prsent; paid by Capt W.F. Haines
    .....06 Oct: Taken Prisoner at Hatchie, Ms.
    .....06 Oct: Deserted; took oath to U.S.
    .....08 Oct: I Jno R. Cooper of Co. F 1 Reg't. Mo Vols do solemnly
swear not to bear arms against, nor directly or indirectly give aid or
information prejudicial to the interest of the United States, or
calculated to impede the operations of its military or naval forces,
until regularly exchanged -- So help me God!
    John R. Cooper
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
W.F. Armstrong
Provost Marshal, this 8 day of
October 1862.
     W.F. Armstrong
     Provost Marshal
     Corinth, Miss
    .....13 Oct: Appears on list of prisoners of war captured by U.S.
forces in the battles of Iuka, Sept 19; of Corinth on the 3d and 4th,
and of Hatchie on the 5th and 6th of October 1862.
    .....23 Oct: No. 27
I J.R. Cooper of St. Louis County, State of Missouri, do solemnly swear
( or affirm) before God, the Sovereign Judge, that during the war with
the socalled Confederate States, or either of them, that I will truly
and strictly behave myself as a peaceable citizen; that I will neither
so myself, nor incite others to so, by word, writing, or act, anything
prejudicial to the military forces of the United States, nor give
information about them which will wnable others to do tham harm or
interfere with their operations; nor will I pass within or without the
Federal lines, except by permission of the military commanders.
I freely and voluntarily take this solemn oath to avail myself of the
privileges which, by the laws of war, are accorded to harmless
inhabitants.
         John K. Cooper
Personally appeared gefore me, this the 23 day of Oct, 1862, and took
the oath as above perscribed.
  N. Van Sellor
  Capt Prov Marshal
  Corinth, Miss
    .....20 Nov: Head Quarters,Department of the Missouri
      St. Louis, Mo. Nov 20, 1862
Colonel:
Wm. Blake, the bearer has shown me the papers of his son, J R. Cooper
who is now in prison. The papers are not a full justification of his
coming into our lines, but they are such as to cause a mistake. The
mother says that she brought him home from Corinth which is evidence of
an open and not a conceeled entrance into oue lines
If therefor he now avows his desire to surrender and his willingness to
take the oath; it seems to me he should be allowed to do so unless he
has by his conduct or expression since his return given evidence fo
disloyality.
This does not imply any disapproval of the army which was proper under
his own showing.
    Respectfully Yours;
    S.A. Curtis
    Maj Gen
    .....13 Dec: Appears on a roll of Prisoners of War received and
released at Gratiot Dtreet Military Prison, St. Louis, Mo., from
November 16 to 30, 1862.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Cordell, A.C.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo
(History of St. Louis County; pg 101)



Corkery, John J.
1859.....Occupation: Machinist
    .....Resedence: 105 N 16th, St.Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Machinist
    .....Resedence: 105 N 16th, St.Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co A St.Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Aresenal
    .....10 Aug: Sgt Guibor's Battery 6th Div MSG
               : Wounded at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
(Bartels, Carolyn M.; The Forgotten Men; Missouri State Guard File;
National Archives Records series 322, Rolls 178 Thru 192.)
    .....01 Dec: 3Sgt Co D 1st Rgt Mo Inftry CSA by Capt Burke for 6
months at Camp Beauregard, Ky.
1862.....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....31 Aug: Present; paid by Capt Danner
    .....31 Oct: Present; due bounty and commutation
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)
1862.....      : 1Sgt Co D 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1864.....05 Oct: Wounded at the Battle of Altoona, Ga.
1890.....Member: Ex-Confederate Historical & Benevolent Assn.
    .....Residence: 4147 Finney Ave, St.Louis, Mo.
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Corkery, William
1859.....Occupation: Laborer
    .....Residence: O'Fallon between 22d & 23d, St. Louis, Mo. (9 Ward)
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt Co A St. Louis Grays 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: Pvt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....      : Sgt Guibor's Mo Battery
    .....19 Sep: Wounded at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
1862.....      : Lt Guibor's Mo Battery CSA
1863.....      : Wounded at Vicksburg, Ms.



Corwin, Aaron H.
1835.....  Born:
1861.....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson, St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
    .....16 Jun: Pvt Co E 1st Mo Inftry Rgt CSA at Memphis, Tn by Col
J.S. Bowen for 1 year, age 27
    .....27 Aug: Present at New Madrid, Mo
    .....30 Nov: QM Sgt 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1862.....28 Aug: Duty at Q.M. Dept.
    .....31 Oct: Duty at Q,M, Dept.
1863.....30 Sep: Paid by C.G. Armstead, $21.00
(Compiled Service Records, National Archives; 973.74; Copy No. 322; Roll
92)



Couson, A.J.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Pvt Co H 19th Texas CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Craig, J.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Pvt Co D 4th Mo Cav CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Craig, Trimble.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Pvt Co D 4th Mo Cav CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)
(History of St. Louis County; pg 101)


Crow, Spotswood D.
1860.....Occupation: Shiping clerk, P. Crow & Sons, grocers, 80 N 2d,
    .....Residence: Boards 8th SE corner St. Charles, St. Louis, Mo.
1862.....      : Sgt Co G 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA
1863.....16 May: Killed at Baker's Creek, Ms.



Crow, Willaim A.
1835.....      : Born in Kentucky
1858.....   Jun: Pvt Co I City Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1859.....17 May: 2d Sgt Co I City Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....Occupation: (P.Crow & Sons) grosers, 80 N. 2d St
    .....Residence: 8th NE corner St. Charles St. St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: (P.Crow & Sons) grosers, 80 N. 2d St
    .....Residence: 8th NE corner St. Charles St. St. Louis, Mo.
    .....22 Feb: 2d Sgt Co I City Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 2d Sgt Co I City Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....Occupation: P. Crow & Sons Grocers 80 N 2d St., St. Louis, Mo.
    .....Residence: Boards at 8th St, SE corner of St. Charles, St.
Louis, Mo. (8 Ward)
    .....13 Feb: Pvt Co G Missouri Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....   May: 2Lt Co A Kelly's Rgt, 6th Division MSG
    .....17 Jun: Present at the battle of Booneville, Mo.
    .....05 Jul: Present at the battle of Carthage, Mo.
    .....10 Aug: Present at the battle of Oak Hill, Mo.
    .....   Sep: Present at the battle of Dry Wood, Mo.
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Lexington, Mo.
    .....12 Dec: 2Lt Co F 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA, at St. Clair County, Mo.
1862.....07 Mar: Present at the battle of Elk Horn Tavern, Ar
    .....09 May: Present at tht battle of Farmington, Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner, $160.00
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....19 Sep: Present at the battle of Iuka, Ms.
    .....04 Oct: Present at the battle of Corinth, Ms.
    .....31 Oct: Present
    .....31 Dec: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner $160.00
1863.....06 Feb: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner $240.00
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....01 May: Present at the battle of Port Gibson, Ms.
    .....01 May: Apointed Adjutant of the Regiment
    .....16 May: Present at the battle of Baker's Creek, Ms.
    .....17 May: Present at the battle of Big Black River, Ms
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....30 Jun: Received clothing for the 2d quarter 63
    .....04 Jul: Captured at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....08 Jul: Paroled at Vicksburg, Ms.
    .....31 Aug: Present; Paid by Cpt Armstead, $90.00
    .....30 Nov: Present; Paid $90.00
    .....31 Dec: Absent; On furlough
1864.....01 Feb: Present; Paid by Cpt Danner, $180.00
    .....28 Feb: Present
    .....30 Apr: Absent; On detail as Ast. Provost Marshal at Jackson,
Ms.
    .....30 Jun: Absent; On detail
    .....31 Aug: Absent; On Detail
    .....15 Sep: Returned to regiment
    .....05 Oct: Present at the battle of Altoona, Ga.
    .....05 Oct: Assigned to command Co C 3d & 5th Rgt Mo Inf CSA
    .....30 Nov: Killed at the battle of Franklin, Tn.
    .....01 Dec: Burried on the battlefield.
1865.....      : Reinterred at Bellefountaine Cemetery Block 107 Lot
1018



Crowley, John W.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt National Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....01 Dec: Pvt Co D 1st Mo Inf Rgt CSA at Columbus, Ky by Capt
M.E. Burke for 1 year
1862.....06 Apr: Present at the Battle of Shiloh, Tn.
    .....30 Apr: Present
    .....30 Jun: Present
    .....31 Aug: Present
    .....31 Oct: Present
1863.... 28 Feb: Paid by Maj Haines
    .....31 Aug: Admitted at the General Hospital, Point Clear, Baldwin
County, Ala.
1864.....18 Jun: Killed at Lattemore Farm, Ga.
Cullen, M.R.
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Col, Mil Ct. Judge
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Cummisky,
1861.....Residence: St. Louis, Mo.
1865.....09 May: Invalid Corps CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Cummisky, John W.
1859.....Occupation: Laborer, Empire Mills, Broadway near Labaume, St.
Louis, Mo.
1860.....16 Jun: 1st Cpl Co B Sarsfield Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....30 Jun: 1st Cpl Co B Sarsfield Guard 1st Rgt MVM
1861.....13 Feb: 4th Sgt Co B Sarsfield Guard 1st Rgt MVM
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
1865.....09 May: 2d Sgt 3d Battery CSA
...............: Surrendered Shrevesport, La.
(National Archives Microfilm Roll #36 (Amnesty papers)



Curtis, Franklin
1859.....Member: Central Fire Co #1
    .....Occupation: Lampdealer & agent for Peters' patent gas lamps,
130 N 3d, St. Louis, Mo.
1860.....Occupation: Lamp & Oil, 130 N. 3d
    .....Residence: 87 St. Charles, St. Louis, Mo.
1861.....13 Feb: Pvt National Guard 2d Rgt MVM
    .....Member: Minutemen
    .....10 May: Captured at Camp Jackson St.Louis County
    .....11 May: Paroled at the St.Louis Arsenal
1862.....07 Jan: Enlisted at Jacksonport, Ark by Henry Williams