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Hardy's Regiment Infantry      
Company Unknown
Andrew Jackson Cogar - 3rd Sergeant   
'I Shall Remain Confederate'
Contact Name:  Les
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Contact Homepage:  www.tucsonscv.com
Date Added:  8/11/2007
Company A
Jefferson Alvis Fowler - Private   
Jefferson Alvis Fowler was one of 1750 Confederate soldiers killed in Battle of Franklin. Casualties of the day totaled 6252 for the Confederates and 2336 for the Union. Jefferson is believed to be buried near where he died.

For the seven months from April 29 to Novemebr 29. 1864, Jeff kept a pocket-sized diary. After the war, the diary was given to his parents by another soldier. This diary is now in the possession of Lucien Fowler's offspring and has been transcribed in A Fowler Family, compiled by Mabel Gaye Phillips and Waldo E. Fowler.
Contact Name:  Patricia Sanders
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Date Added:  7/21/2010
Company A
john A Hannah - 1st Corporal   
Enlisted in Co. L, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Latonia, Arkansas, December 12, 1861, as a substitute for Corporal Columbus C. Wolfe; appointed fourth corporal, December 12, 1861; promoted third corporal, March 1, 1862; promoted second corporal, April 15, 1862; promoted first corporal, 1862; transferred to Co. A, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, September 25, 1862; killed in action in the Petersburg trenches, June 20, 1864; born in Mississippi, c1838; listed in Ashley county 1860 census; occupation farmer; brother of Private William C. Hannah.
Contact Name:  james hannah
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Date Added:  2/5/2006
Company A
william c hannah - Private   
Enlisted in Co. L, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Latonia, Arkansas, September 25, 1861; transferred to Co. A, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, September 25, 1862; paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, April 12, 1865; born in Mississippi, c1841; listed in Ashley county 1860 census; occupation farmer; brother of corporal John A. Hannah.
Contact Name:  james hannah
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Date Added:  2/5/2006
Company A
John R Minshew - Private   
Died of pneumonia May 4, 1863 at Farmville, VA. Interment most likely at Farmville Confederate Cemetery. Son of John and Harriett Minshew. Resided in Barbour Co., AL prior to 1860. Relocated to Ashley Co., AR by 1860 census enumeration.
Contact Name:  H. David Richardson
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Date Added:  6/2/2018
Company B
George Washington Hill - Sergeant   
Born in Alabama in 1837.Enlisted 19 June 1861 in Berlin, Ashley Co., Arkansas. No record after 30 June 1863.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  9/30/2010
Company C
Pleasant Bohannon Collins - Private   
He lost both parents by age 10, raised by his maternal grandmother and uncle. Enlisted in Company C, 3d Arkansas at Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas on June 10, 1861. Fought at, and survived Bloody Lane at Antietam; Fredricksburg; and Devil's Den at Gettysburg, among others. Records from National Archives show he was granted leave January 15, 1864. Did not return to unit in March, reason unknown; but historical evidence reveals that by March, Arkansas and other Western States were cut off from the remainder of the south as Union controlled both sides of the Miss. River for 50-100 miles inland of both banks, as well as having more than 16,000 Union troops garrisoned in Arkansas. Travel by Confederate soldiers became extremely difficult and dangerous. Traveling in uniform would result in immediate capture or arrest. Traveling in civilian clothes would mean summary execution as a spy. Dropped from the rolls in Aug 1864.
Contact Name:  Lonnie J Palmer
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Date Added:  8/18/2006
Company C
Joseph NMN Fry - Private   
My GG GrandUncle was severly wounded at the Sharpsburg (Antietam) battle. At bloody lane, he was shot in the left eye and hip. I am very suprised he survived the ordeal considering he was captured and sent to Fort McHenry with terrible injuries. He was later released from the Union POW camp and sent back to Arkansas. There he was discharged due to his wounds. He died on 19 Apr 1901 at LaRue,Henderson, Texas.
Contact Name:  Stanley Wayne Saunders
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Date Added:  5/28/2011
Company C
Robert Lacy Welch - Private   
Enlisted in Company C, Arkansas 3rd Infantry Regiment. Corporal. Company C — 'The Confederate Stars', commanded by Captain Thomas M. Whittington, organized at Monticello, Drew County. During its four years of service, 154 men served in Company C, only thirteen of them remained when the company was surrendered at Appomattox Court House. Fought at Antietam, Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Cold Harbor and the Wilderness.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company E
Jesse Watson Hill - Sergeant   
Private—Enlisted in Co. E, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Champagnolle, Arkansas, June 20, 1861; promoted fifth sergeant, January 1862; promoted fourth sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863; wounded at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 6, 1864; wounded in the left ankle at White Oak Swamp, Virginia, August 16, 1864; wounded on Darbytown Road, Virginia, October 7, 1864; promoted third sergeant; paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, April 12, 1865; born in Alabama, January 17, 1840; died in Arkansas, April 7, 1932; buried in Liberty Baptist Cemetery, Union county, Arkansas; filed Arkansas pension application #23524 from Union county, August 21, 1914; bought land in Union county in 1889.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  7/14/2011
Company F
William Broadway - Private   
4th grt uncle. Killed in action, on July 2nd 1863. Devils Den. Gettysburg.
Contact Name:  Patrick Broadway
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Contact Homepage:  facebook
Date Added:  2/21/2014
Company F
Thomas D. Faris - 1st Lieutenant   
Joined 20 Jun 1861 at Rockport, Ark for 'the war'.He was mustered in 5 Jul 1861 at Lynchburg, VA and elected 1st Lt. Co 'F'(Capt Newman's Company). Listed as 40 yrs of age at enrollment he was wounded at Battle of Antietam. Resigned 28 Mar 1863 when younger man promoted over him to captaincy.
Contact Name:  Jon C Bell
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Date Added:  8/10/2012
Company G
Benjamin Franklin Avery - Private   
If you have any information on b.f. Avery from Forrest city ar.please let me know. I am his great great granddaughter. Thank you
Contact Name:  Gail jordan
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Date Added:  5/3/2019
Company G
Benjamin Franklin Avery - Private   
Discharged Jan. 20, 1862 for disability.
Contact Name:  Charles Avery
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Date Added:  1/19/2006
Company G
William Henry Dumas - Private   
William Henry Dumas First joined 2nd Battalion, Company C, Arkansas Infantry. The “Fagan Rifles”. This battalion was raised as reinforcements for the 1st Arkansas Infantry but was nearly annihilated when it led the assault at Mechanicsville. The survivors made up company G of the 3rd Arkansas Infantry. Of the 127 men who joined this company, only 23 remained at Appomattox.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company H
John Allen Wilkerson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ron Stailey
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Date Added:  6/25/2006
Company I
Robert J. Beard - Private   
He enlisted in Quachita Co., Ark.
Private and listed sometimes as Sargent
was 50 years old when he received his shots in Petersburg, Va.
was in hospital at Farmville, Va. Aug 22, 1863
He was under Capt. Smith and Capt. Rust
Appreciate any information.
Contact Name:  Nina J. Strahm
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Date Added:  10/30/2003
Company I
Robert J. Beard - Private   
Did Robert later join the Calvary and die at Nashville in 6 June 1865
Contact Name:  Nina J. Strahm
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Date Added:  8/27/2006
Company I
Elijah Delashmett Goza - Private   
Elijah had missing fingers on one hand from injuries suffered in the war.
Contact Name:  Geri Allen
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Date Added:  9/14/2010
Company I
Joseph Sims Willisms - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Gary Ward
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Date Added:  4/10/2018
Company I
Templecola Wilson - Private   
This is my great grandfather. He fought in 7 days battle and was wounded in hand and head. Was shot in leg at battle of Chickamauga. Went to hospital in Montgomery and then to Atlanta.
Contact Name:  Mike Wilson
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Date Added:  2/18/2011
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