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Constantine Belisarius:
 
Sydney David Prestwood  58th North Carolina Infantry Co. B
Moses Burleson Young  58th North Carolina Infantry Co. K
 
 

George Calder:

John Altman  9th Florida Infantry Co. H
(Wounded at second Cold Harbor, June 1864. Surrendered with Army of Northern Virginia, April 9, 1865.)
David Keen  8th Florida Infantry Co. H
(Killed in Action, Weldon Railroad)
Moses Keen  5th Florida Infantry Co. B
(Wounded in the Wilderness Campaign, May 1864. Captured and died as a POW, Elmira, NY.)
Bryan R. Welch  9th Florida Infantry Co. E
(Corporal; Wounded at second Cold Harbor, June 1864. Died from wounds received at Cold Harbor, July 1864)
William N. Welch  59th Georgia Infantry Co. A
(Killed in Action, Drury's Bluff, 1862.)

Robert Bennett:
 
Samuel Kimbrell Bennett  2nd Georgia Infantry Co. F
(Enlisted May 23, 1861 at age seventeen. Wounded and captured July 2-3 1863 at the Devil's Den, Battle of Gettysburg. Paroled David's Island, NY Harbor, Sept. 1863. Exchanged City Point, Virginia Sept. 8, 1863, Rejoined regiment sometime after Feb. 1864. Surrendered with Army of Northern Virgnia, Appomattox Courthouse, VA. April 9, 1865.)

William Chambless: 
 
William Wesley Gosa  36th Alabama Infantry Co. K
(Enlisted May, 1862, at age 27. Fought at Chickamauga and Chattanooga. Wounded and captured at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863. POW, Rock Island IL. Released June 1865.) 

John Daly:
 
Michael Daly  CSS Richmond Confederate States Navy
Walter Thomas Linson  15th Confederate Cavalry Co. K

Adam Gaines:
 
Aaron George  Mount Hope, Texas Home Guard
(Enlisted in August of 1861)
 

Montie Ocha:
 
John Deck  24th Battalion Tennessee Sharpshooters Co. A
Alan Smith  16th Tennessee Infantry Co. H
 
 
 
 
Frank Peters:
 
Marcus Lafayette Martin  24th South Carolina Infantry CO. K
 

Gary Pike:
 
Daniel Bishop  48th Alabama Infantry Co. G
Jasper R. Pike  1st Alabama Artillery (later Inf.) Co. D
John F. Pike  5th Alabama Infantry Co. K
Simpie Pike  34th Alabama Infantry Co. F
William T.F. Pike  2nd Battalion Hillards Legion Alabama Volunteers Co. A
 
 

Gary Stevens:
 
Albert Ayres  26th Alabama Infantry Co. D
Elbert Ayres  38th Alabama Infantry Co. F
Holland Middleton Ayres  38th Alabama Infantry Co. F
John Mathice Ayres  38th Alabama Infantry Co. F
William A Ayres   1st Texas Cavalry State Troops
William Blakeney  41st Alabama Infantry Co. B
Hiram Hindman  56th Alabama Partisan Rangers
John Columbus Mitchell  26th Alabama Infantry Co. K
Miles Rainwater  Captain Palmer's Co. Alabama State Reserves 
Silas Mercer Rainwater  56th Alabama Partisan Rangers
William Sellman  22nd Mississippi Infantry Co. B
Augustus Henry Stevens  22nd Mississippi Infantry Co. B
Calvin Jones Stevens  22nd Mississippi Infantry Co. B
Lycurgus Ashley Stevens  22nd Mississippi Infantry Co. B
Thomas V Stevens  22nd Mississippi Infantry Co. B
Andrew Jackson Wheeler  Captain Palmer's Co. Alabama State Reserves
Benjamin P Wheeler  38th Alabama Infantry Co. F
David Newton Wheeler  26th Alabama Infantry Co. D
David Thomas Wheeler  26th Alabama Infantry
Peter Carr Wheeler  Captain Palmer's Co. Alabama State Reserves
 
 
 

Gerald Wall:
 
Christopher Columbus Davis  2nd Mississippi Infantry Co. D
Darling Davis  8th Mississippi Infantry Co. G
John Davis  25th Texas Cavalry Co. B
Larkin Davis  25th Texas Cavalry Co. B
Nicholas Davis  8th Mississippi Infantry Co. G
Eli Gibson  26th South Carolina Infantry Co. D
Elisha T. Harbor  8th Alabama Infantry Co. K
Jesse Reid  35th Mississippi Infantry Co. A
John Reid  35th Mississippi Infantry Co. A
Thomas Reid  35th Mississippi Infantry Co. A
William Reid  35th Mississippi Infantry Co. A
Edward J. Wall  8th Mississippi Infantry Co. G
Francis Marion Wall  10th Mississippi Cavalry Co. F
James A. Wall  36th Mississippi Infantry Co. I
John P. Wall  36th Mississippi Infantry Co. I
Micajah C. Wall  14th Mississippi Infantry Co. B.
Seaburn T. Wall  8th Mississippi Infantry Co. G
Young Wall  10th Mississippi Cavalry Co. F
 

Stanley White:
 
Benton White  60th Virginia Infantry Co. I
(Enlisted Aug. 6, 1861. Promoted to 1st Sergeant April 30, 1862. Died in Lynchburg Hospital, Va. Buried Lynchburg Cemetery.)
Herman White  60th Virginia Infantry Co. I
Milton White  60th Virginia Infantry Co. I
(Enlisted April 15, 1862. Wounded & Captured at Winchester, Va. Sept. 19, 1864. Sent to Baltimore, Md. Hospital. Leg amputated. POW, Fort McHenry. Exchanged Feb. 16, 1865. Paroled June 22, 1865.)
 
 

Darron Williams:
 
Drury Brock  6th Tennessee Infantry Co. L
(Enlisted March 10, 1862, Ford's Company, 55th (Brown's) Tennessee Infantry. This Company became Company L of the 6th Tennessee Infantry on April 12, 1862 at Corinth MS. Fought at Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. Briefly captured at the Battle of Chickamauga, killed his captor, and rejoined regiment. Promoted to 3rd Sergeant in 1862 and 2nd Sergeant in 1863

Obituary from Confederate Veteran, May 1909, Volume XVII, No. 5:

'Drew Brock slipped from the fast thinning ranks of the Gray on August 13, 1908, at Stokes, Tenn., in his sixty-eighth year. He was born in Henderson County, Tenn., on February 6, 1840.

In 1862 Comrade Brock joined Company L of the 6th Tennessee Infantry Regiment. He made a good soldier, and was always at his post of duty. He was once captured in the charge at Chickamauga, but later made his escape, and rejoined his command. He was in the Battle of Murfreesboro and Missionary Ridge. He followed Bragg in his campaign through Kentucky, and was in the Battle of Perryville. He was in many other minor engagements almost throughout the war. After his return from the army he located at Stokes, Dyer County, Tennessee, where he reared a large family of intelligent children. He was a man of a kind and generous nature, a joyful, sunny disposition, and was well liked by all who knew him. He was a devout Christian, and was as true to his Church and his God as he was in the field of battle. He was my messmate and one of the best friends I ever had.'

The foregoing is from W.H. Kearney, Trezevant, Tennessee)

John Oliver Brock  27th Tennessee Infantry Co. G
(Enlisted July 31, 1861 at Trenton, Tennessee. Promoted to 4th Sergeant May 12, 1862. Slightly wounded at Battle of Murfreesboro. Promoted to 1st Sergeant January 7, 1863. Died March 13, 1863 at Fairgrounds Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia.) 
William Asa Flowers  4th Tennessee Infantry Co. K
(Enlisted May 15, 1861; fought at Shiloh, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Franklin, & Nashville. Promoted to 4th Sergeant Aug. 20, 1863. Color bearer for 4th Tennessee Infantry at Battle of Franklin. Surrendered with Army of Tennessee in North Carolina April 26, 1865. Paroled Greensboro N.C. May 1, 1865.)
Allen H. Young  6th Tennessee Infantry Co. I 
(Enlisted May 23, 1861. Killed in action, Battle of Shiloh)
Moody Young  6th Tennessee Infantry Co. I
(Enlisted May 23, 1861. Served until Dec 1864)
Robert Young  9th Brigade Texas Home Guard
William Rufus Young  9th Brigade Texas Home Guard 

Jeff Windsor:
 
A.J. Killebrew  20th Tennessee Cavalry Co. K
Thomas Killebrew  33rd Tennessee Infantry Co. H
William M. Killebrew  5th Tennessee Infantry Co. E
(Killed in action, Battle of Perryville, October 8, 1862. Buried at the Goodnight House.)

Admiral Raphael Semmes