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Hardy's Regiment Infantry      
Company A
John J Silliman - 1st Corporal   
1837-1902
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/5/2013
Company A
Asher Walker - Private   
Asher Walker enlisted 17 Aguust 1861 at Mt. Vernon, MO. He served as teamster for his unit until his capture 22 December 1863 in Roling, MS. He was sent to Camp Douglas, IL 7 Nov 1864, and was exchanged 4 May 1865 at New Orleans.
Contact Name:  Amy Dyer
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Date Added:  9/9/2006
Company B
HENRY J BONNER - Captain   
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Contact Name:  ROBERT L. ORSBURN
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Date Added:  10/10/2004
Company B
Henry J Bonner - Captain   
maternal great-grandfather - his daughter, Edna Zanell(sp?) married her Husband Marshall Mason Scott in Okolona AR and had two children: Sally Wanda (1919-1995) and James Spence 'Abe' (1923?-1998). Sally married William Wilson Andrews (of Alabama) in 1945 in Belton TX and has two children: John Scott (1947-) and William Spencer (1950-)
Edna died in Nashville AR in 1977 and Marshall died in Nashville AR in 1980. Both are buried in Merrill Cemetery in Belton AR (as are Sally and James),
Contact Name:  John S. Andrews, MD
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Date Added:  4/14/2006
Company B
James M. Haynes - Private   
Fought at Pea Ridge, AR and Chickamauga.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company B
John Franklin Saffell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sue Saffell Cravy
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Date Added:  2/1/2008
Company C
Levi Reed - Private   
His records are provided at Film number M376 roll 19, Civil War Soldier & Sailors System (http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/). He was the brother to my GGGGrandfather - Samuel B. Reed, Jr.
Contact Name:  Don Patrick
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Date Added:  7/6/2008
Company C
Hugh L Tinnin - Captain   
Hugh Tinnin was my Gr.Gr.Grandmother''s brother.
Contact Name:  Kennith Emigh
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Date Added:  2/27/2005
Company D
Josephus C. Tison - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Jonathan
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Date Added:  12/31/2011
Company E
Isaac Denton Shields - 2nd Sergeant   
Isaac Denton Shields was my great great grandfather, enlisted with the 4th Ark infantry and according to the book by Gammage (surgeon of the 4th) fought in every major battle that the regiment participated in during the war. After what remained of the regiment was surrendered with General Joseph Johnston's army after the Battle of Bentonville, in NC, he went home to Hempstead county Arkansas and lived until Dec.of 1911, having 19 children by two wives. He is buried there in a cemetery in Hempstead county, not far from his home town Washington Ark. Interestingly, he was born in March of 1834 in Cumberland KY, a triplet, and with his family moved to Washington Ark. One of his triplet brothers died at the age of 10. His remaining twin brother like he, enlisted in the Confederate Army (Charles S. Shields), in the 24th Ark. infantry regiment in June of 1862 and unfortunately died in camp of illness on Oct 2, 1862 in Jefferson Co. Ark and is buried in the local Confederate Cemetery there.
Contact Name:  Gregory S. Hall
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Date Added:  10/17/2015
Company E
John Wesley Williams - Sergeant   
Williams, John W. Sgt - Enl 17 Aug 1861 at a camp near Mt Vernon, MO. Furloughed 5 Oct 1861-1 Mar 1862. Captured 4 Jan 1863 at Murfreesboro, TN and sent to MP at Camp Butler, IL 11 Mar 1863. Detailed as provost guard 25 Dec 1863. At hospital 19 Aug 1864.
Contact Name:  Jim Collinsworth
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Date Added:  4/6/2008
Company F
Robert Bogle - Private   
Robert Bogle traveled 300 miles on foot from Montgomery Co., AR to enlist at Miller's Springs, MO, 17 Aug 1861. Released from hospital and honorably discharged because of injury to foot, rheumatism. Captured 28 July 1864 on the White River in AR and sent to Military Prison at Alton, IL 26 Nov. 1864. Robert died in 1866, not long after returning from the war, possibly as a result of some illness contracted while in prison.
Contact Name:  Amy Dyer
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Date Added:  10/3/2010
Company G
William M Stewart - Private   
William M. Stewart was born in 1841 in White County, Tennessee to William and Nancy (Cooley) Stewart. William enlisted in Company G, 4th Arkansas Infantry, August 17, 1861 near Mt. Vernon, Missouri.
Contact Name:  Stuart Williams
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Date Added:  6/30/2008
Company H
Isaac Kuykendall - Private   
Isaac had 3 brothers and an uncle in the Confederate Army, John Gabriel, (4th Arkansas), Spear Fort, (15th Northwest Arkansas), and David Hamilton, (24th Arkansas), Uncle Allen Kuykendall, (21st Texas Infantry). He also had 5 brothers-in-law serving; John R, Joseph, and Thomas Coin, (34th Georgia), James Coin, (1st Kentucky Cavalry), and Samuel Jasper Crossno, (9th Missouri).
He was discharged from the 4th Arkansas in Nov of 1862
Contact Name:  Vince Santana
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Date Added:  1/4/2009
Company H
John Gabriel Kuykendall - 1st Sergeant   
John Gabriel Kuykendall had 3 brothers, (Spear Fort, David Hamilton, and Isaac Kuykendall), an Uncle, (Allen Kuykendall), and 5 brothers-in-law, (James, John R, Thomas, and Joseph Coin, and Samuel Jasper Crossno), to serve in the Confederate Army.
Contact Name:  Vince Santana
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Date Added:  1/4/2009
Company H
John Gabriel Kuykendall - 1st Sergeant   
McNair's Brigade CSA
MUSTER ROLL OF 4TH ARKANSAS REGIMENT
COMPANY H
KUYKENDALL, JOHN G. 1Sgt - Enl 17 Aug 1861 at Mt Vernon, MO. Furloughed 21
Dec 1861-21 Jan 1862. Deserted 21 Jul 1863.
Contact Name:  Tami Ramsey
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Date Added:  6/6/2005
Company I
Richard C Cheek - Private   
Richard C. Cheek of Company I, 4th Arkansas Infantry is my 3rd great uncle.
Contact Name:  Lewis G. Lem
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Date Added:  7/6/2015
Company I
David L Foran - Private   
I would be grateful if anyone could tell me how or where he died.
Contact Name:  Melvyn Foran Seers
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Date Added:  10/26/2006
Company I
Obediah W. Reed - Private   
Obediah's records are provided at Film number M376 roll 19, Civil War Soldier & Sailors System (http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/) as Obadiah. He was killed on July 1, 1862 by a bum shell. Obie was one of my cousins. He was the son of Nathaniel Columbus L. Reed - brother to my GGGrandfather, Leroy Reed (on my father's maternal side).
Contact Name:  Don Patrick
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Date Added:  7/6/2008
Company I
Hardy Clayton Tomlinson - Private   
My paternal Uncle
Contact Name:  Carol Dustin
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Date Added:  10/14/2014
Company I
Lewis Henry Tomlinson - Private   
my Paternal Grandfather
Contact Name:  Carol Dustin
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Contact Homepage:  Confederate1861
Date Added:  10/14/2014
Company I
Robert B. Winton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Johnny McDowell
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Date Added:  3/29/2007
Company K
Willaim Andrew Cook - Private   
William A. Cook was born in 1840 in Monroe County Al, and moved with his family to Calhoun County, Arkansas. He was living there when the war started. He enlisted on February 26, 1862 at Camp Boston Mountain, ARK by Capt W.J. Ferguson. The Regt participated in the battles of Elkhorn Tavern (Pea Ridge),the Kentucky Campaign, Stones River,Chickamauga, the Atlanta Campaign, Hood's Tennessee Campaign, and surrendered at Bentonsville, NC with Gen Joseph Johnston. William Cook's records show he was detailed to an artillery battery possibly the 1st Ark Battery, but the identity of the unit is in question. He stated that he was wounded at Chickamauga.
After the war he married Martha and moved to San Angelo, Tx in 1897.
He later was a resident of the TX State Confederate Soldiers Home in Austin. He was one of the last residents there, dying in 1941. He nad his wife Martha are buried in the Confederate soldiers section of the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.
Contact Name:  Jerry Nelson
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Date Added:  10/20/2008
Company K
Isaac Perry Haynes - Private   
Isaac Perry Haynes was my great,great grandaddy.I know He was wounded at Chickamagua,Georgia and was possibly captured at Murfreesboro,Tennessee.If you have any information about him,or any of his relatives and their service & activities,please relay it to me.
Thanks,
Doyle
doyleo@fhtm.us
Contact Name:  Doyle O. Wilson , Jr.
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Date Added:  12/17/2006
Company K
Peter B Johnson - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  William Johnson
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Date Added:  4/4/2005
Company K
Jefferson T.O. Tibbits - Unknown   
At the outbreak of the war he enlisted in Company K, Fourth Arkansas Infantry, and was in the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. He was sick for some six months, mostly in the hospital at Memphis; he joined the regiment at West Point, Mississippi, and was in the battles of Richmond, Kentucky, Murfreesboro, and down through the Georgia campaign. He surrendered with General Johnson at Greensboro, North Carolina. He was wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, at Peach Tree, Georgia, and again while on his way to meet a cavalry raid at Lovejoy Station. July 3, 1865, he returned home, after making a short visit to friends in Georgia, and began farming on his father`s farm; he was almost destitute on his arrival in Arkansas.
Contact Name:  Rodney Bowers
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Date Added:  3/29/2009
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