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Hardy's Regiment Infantry      
Company Unknown
James Holliman - Unknown   
He was in Company A
Contact Name:  Margie Hartman
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Date Added:  8/10/2006
Company Unknown
Alfred King - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  smwoodard68@aol.com
Date Added:  2/23/2017
Company Unknown
James King - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  smwoodard68@aol.com
Date Added:  2/23/2017
Company Unknown
Allen S Patty - Sergeant   
Am just beginning my research on the 10th and would enjoy anything dealing with this unit.
Contact Name:  Bob Patty
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Date Added:  4/20/2015
Company Unknown
Obed Patty - Major   
Would like to find out as much as possible about the unrest in the regiment that caused the court martial of some of the leading officers. as well as any other information on the 10th.
Contact Name:  Bob Patty
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Date Added:  4/20/2015
Company Unknown
Joseph Franklin Welch - Unknown   
Enlisted originally in Co A 10th Arkansas Infantry June 17, 1862. Then joined 28th Regt which became 36th. Mortally wounded at Battle of Prairie Grove. Evacuated from the Fort Smith hospital and taken in a wagon to Little Rock hospital where he died in the hospital and was buried in now unmarked grave in the Confederate Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company Unknown
Allen Rufus Witt - Colonel   
Organized Co. A and was company commander until elected regimental commander after the Battle of Shiloh. Afer his capture at Port Hudson, La. he led an escape from the prisoner ship the MAPLELEAF and returned to Arkansas to organize what was known as Witt' Cavalry or 10th Ark. Cavalry. Most of the men had served in 10th Ark. Inf.
Contact Name:  John Witt g-g nephew
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Date Added:  8/22/2010
Company A
Augustas Devenport Haynie - Private   
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Contact Name:  patrick haynie
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Contact Homepage:  patrickhaynie@att.net
Date Added:  12/18/2017
Company A
Jeremiah Witt - Corporal   
There were 6 Witt brothers that served in 10th Arkansas CSA with Allen Rufus Witt serving first as Captain Co. A and after Shiloh was elected as regimental commander with rank of Colonel which he held until he surrendered the 10th Ark. at Jacksonport, Ark. on June 5, 1865. Two of the brothers died as a result of the war, Charles William Witt died in pow camp at West Alton, Ill. and Milton K. Witt was murdered at close range by Redlegs and Unionists who killed the wrong Witt. They were led to the site by the Union scout Thomas J. Williams who was later killed by Col. Witt and the 10TH. Their plan was to kill Col. Witt who at the time had transformed the 10th in to a cavalry unit that operated behind Union lines in Ark.
Contact Name:  John Witt
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Date Added:  8/21/2010
Company A
John Gibson Witt - Sergeant   
Served first in 10th Ark. Inf. and after Port Hudson the 10th Ark. Cavalry serving under his brother Col. A. R. Witt.
Contact Name:  John Witt
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Date Added:  8/22/2010
Company A
Milton K. Witt - Unknown   
Served under his brother Capt. later Col. A. R. Witt and was murdered by Redlegs and Unionists at Quitman, Ark. in Dec., 1863. The killers were led to Quitman by Union scout Thomas Jefferson (Jeff) Williams in order to kill Col. A.R. Witt. The wrong Witt was killed and as a result Col. Witt hunted Williams and killed him.
Contact Name:  John Witt g-g nephew
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Date Added:  8/22/2010
Company A
William J Wray - Private   
enlisted july 1861 Springfield arkansas (Conway)
Contact Name:  Bill Wray
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Date Added:  5/10/2013
Company B
Joseph Franklin Welch - Private   
Enlisted originally in Co A 10th Arkansas Infantry June 17, 1862. Then joined 28th Regt which became 36th. Mortally wounded at Battle of Prairie Grove. Evacuated from the Fort Smith hospital and taken in a wagon to Little Rock hospital where he died in the hospital and was buried in now unmarked grave in the Confederate Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company B
James K. Wilcox - Unknown   
Found marker while working in Norris Cemetery, Yocana, Polk Co., Arkansas.
Contact Name:  Phil Bailey
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Date Added:  1/15/2009
Company C
James Monroe Bradford - Private   
My Great great grandfather killed in Louisiana in 1962.
Contact Name:  Ray Bradford
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Date Added:  2/20/2006
Company D
George C. Browning - Private   
George was wounded at Shiloh. At Port Hudson, George was mortally wounded in the neck June 15, 1863 and died the next day and was buried on the field of honor.
Contact Name:  Gary W. Henson
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Date Added:  7/15/2012
Company D
James Browning - Private   
James Browning was born in Monroe County, Kentucky c.1835. He was from what is now Cleburne County, Arkansas and enlisted at Springfield, Arkansas July, 1861 and was paroled July, 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. He is buried at Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry County, Missouri.
Contact Name:  Gary W. Henson
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Date Added:  7/15/2012
Company D
Kinchen Baxter Foster - 2nd Lieutenant   
Buried: Old Townsend Cemetery, Covington, Tn.
Contact Name:  Billy J. Foster
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
Company D
John Gulley, Jr. - Other   
Gulley, John G Jr---
Fifth Sergeant—Enlisted in Company D, 10th Arkansas Cavalry, at Camden, Arkansas, September 26, 1863; detailed to make cartridge boxes at Longview, Arkansas, February 6, 1864; absent on detail, February 29, 1864; born in Alabama, c1821
Contact Name:  Richard C. Baker, Jr.
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Contact Homepage:  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/k/Richard-C-Baker-jr/
Date Added:  5/25/2009
Company D
Calvin L. Rogers - Private   
Also served in Witt's Cavalry (10th Arkansas Cavalry)
Contact Name:  Gary W. Henson
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Date Added:  7/15/2012
Company E
Andrew Jackson Woolly - Private   
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Contact Name:  Eddie Woolly
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Date Added:  5/6/2013
Company E
James Alexander Woolly - Private   
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Contact Name:  Eddie Woolly
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Date Added:  5/6/2013
Company E
John Riley Woolly - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Eddie Woolly
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Date Added:  5/6/2013
Company G
John Jenkins Pankey - 3rd Sergeant   
John was born in Richmond Co, North Carolina. He enlisted 18 July 1861 at Springfield, Ark. by Col T.D. Merrick for one year. He is captured at Port Hudson, La. on 9 July, 1863 and is listed as 3rd Sergt.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/20/2014
Company G
William Thomas Pankey - 3rd Corporal   
William enlisted 18 July 1861 at Springfield,Arkansas [the same day as his brother, John Jenkins Pankey] He is listed as 3rd Corporal. Am not sure of date of promotion. His unit was captured at Port Hudson, La. on 9 July 1863. This is the last we hear of William. His brother is on a list of POW's that was released at this location on 12-13 July 1863.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/20/2014
Company H
John S. Munn - Corporal   
My gr-gr-gr gf. Born 1828 in TN, died c. 1885 in Conway Co., AR. Enlisted 27 July 1861. Fought at Shiloh, Port Hudson. Captured at Port Hudson. After the unit was exchanged then disbanded on 13 July 1863, he joined the 3rd Arkansas Cavalry (US).
Contact Name:  David Jones
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Date Added:  1/15/2005
Company K
Philip Lafayette Russell - 1st Lieutenant   
Captured at Port Hudson and was at Johnson Island Military Prison for the remainder of the war. Returned home at end of war and married Martha (Mallet) King. Listed in 1870 census and then disappears from records. Wife remarried in 1873.
Contact Name:  David Strickland
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Date Added:  11/6/2013
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