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Hardy's Regiment Infantry      
Company Unknown
WILLIAM J. WYATT - Captain   
no service history known. he appears in official records
Contact Name:  GLENN G.WYATT
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Date Added:  10/18/2009
Company B
Charles Hollis - Private   
Also served with the 6th Ark Inf, 2nd Ark Mtd Rifles, and 1st Ark Rifles.
Contact Name:  Steve Hollis
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Date Added:  8/3/2016
Company C
John Chatten Calhoun Cozby - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Steve Cozby
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Date Added:  5/13/2007
Company C
William Henry Murphy - Private   
Served 4 yrs 10 days. Enlisted in county he lived Quachita AR, May 1861. Captured with Sgt W J Pickett of same unit, captured on 9 Jul 1863 paroled 12-13 at Port Hudson LA. Wm's Pension on file TX Archives. Appears was in battles at Belmont TN with 12th, Island #10, at Cornith with 6th AR Regt and rejoined 12th at Shelbyville TN Dec 1862.

Born: abt 1841, AR - Died: 18 Oct 1923 near Redwater Twp Bowie Co TX, buried at Redwater Cem Bowie Co TX.
Father was Jesse C Murphy born SC, mother Elizabeth b. MO
Contact Name:  Mike
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Date Added:  3/22/2007
Company D
Thomas Jasper Everett/Everitt - Private   
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Contact Name:  Charlotte Schick
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Date Added:  6/6/2005
Company D
William Coleman Franklin - Private   
William Coleman Franklin
Enlisted at Arkadelphia, Arkansas on Feb 26, 1862 in Company D
12th Batallion Arkansas Sharpshooter.

He is shown as killed, wounded, or missing in the Little Rock True Democrat on May 27, 1863. He appears on a roll of prisoners of war received at Military prison, Alton, Illinois: Received on May 18, 1863, captured at Port Gibson, Mississippi on May 1, 1863. He appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured by the army of Tennessee, and sent to Memphis, Tennessee on May 25, 1863 at Big Black.

He applied for and received and Arkansas State Confederate Pension on July 2, 1907.
Contact Name:  Dwight Franklin
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Date Added:  12/23/2011
Company D
Solomon Marsh - Private   
Lived in Dallas Co., Arkansas.
Contact Name:  Geri Allen
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Date Added:  9/15/2010
Company E
james m arnold - 1st Lieutenant   
he is my great great grandfather
Contact Name:  mark arnold
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Date Added:  7/2/2009
Company E
Harmon B. Gibbs - 2nd Lieutenant   
Served briefly, then was reassigned as he was a master at building wagons for the army.
Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company E
Peter D. Goza - Private   
Enlisted 20 July 1861 Arkadelphia; captured 8 Apr 1862 at Island #10; sent to MP at Camp Douglas, IL, then to Cairo, IL for exchange; captured 1863; paroled 1863 (apprx. a month later.)
Contact Name:  Geri Allen
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Date Added:  9/15/2010
Company E
Francis M Styles - Corporal   
STYLES, F.M. Cpl - Enl 20 Jul 1861 at Arkadelphia, AR. Captured 8 Apr 1862 at Island #10 and sent to MP at Camp Douglas, IL 12 Aug 1862 then to Vicksburg, MS and exchanged 23 Sep 1862. Captured 9 Jul 1863 and paroled 12-13 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. Took oath 2 May 1864 at Pine Bluff, AR. Ht 5' 7', eyes blue, hair lt, complx lt, residence: Tulip, AR. --------------------------------
The 12th Regt was organized 27 Jul 1861 and surrendered at Island #10 on 7 Apr 1862. Men who were not captured served with the 3rd and 6th regiments until the 12th regiment was reorganized. Exchanged in late 1862. Reorganized at Jackson, MS 2 Oct 1862. Surrendered at Port Hudson, LA 8 Jul 1863. Paroled later that month. Consolidated with other units and designated as the 2nd Inf Regt Consolidated, Trans-Mississippi Dept 11 Jan 1864.
NOTE: Island #10 was a fortified island in the Mississippi River at New Madrid, MO.
Contact Name:  Stan Previtte
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Date Added:  9/19/2010
Company F
Franklin Jackson Anderson - Private   
Notes from T. G. Bratton, September 15, 1975:
In the military records at Little Rock, I found F. J. Anderson, Co. F, 12th Ark. Inf., enlisted July 26, 1861, at Arkadelphia. There were remarks that I could not read. On another card: Claim for deceased soldier, filed by Mary Anderson, widow. Died March 12, 1863 at Arkadelphia. Reported June 1, 1863; returned June 2, 1863. Amount found due, $51.03. Office of Confederate States Auditor for War Dept.

Note from Guy Wise, August 11, 1959
Grandpa (F. J. Anderson) died at or near Madison Missouri (at Camp) in 1861, but I don't know the exact date.
P. S. Just found it. F. J. Anderson died on December 29, 1861.

Notes from handmade book of Memorial Dates of Family of Louella J. Wise:
Died in the Southern Army in the year of 1861, month of December, near New Madrid, Missouri.
Contact Name:  Jerry Delezen
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Date Added:  8/6/2007
Company F
Joseph Whitman Huddleston - Private   
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Contact Name:  Tom Gray
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Date Added:  6/17/2014
Company I
James M. Garner - Unknown   
James Garner was my grandmother's father. He survived the war and attended a veteran's reunion in 1899 at Princeton,Ar.
Contact Name:  Roger Nutt
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Date Added:  7/19/2011
Company I
James Madison Garner - Private   
James was born 2 May 1839 in Double Springs, Cherokee Co. Alabama. He died 28 July 1912 in Fordyce, Dallas Co. Ark. He was the Father in law to my 4th cousin 3 x removed Alice Ann Crouse. He and wife are buried in the Tolson Cem. in Cleveland Co. Ark. He enlisted at about age 23 as a Pvt in Co I 12th Regiment Ark. Infantry. The 12th served in the Western Dept. of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Towards the end of the war they became part of the 2nd Arkansas consolidated Infantry. In the confusion and defeat at Island # 10 and again at Port Hudson many men were enlisted in the 33rd Ark. Infantry. On the Camden Expedition they served as Mounted Infantry. Battles: Island # 10, Siege of Port Hudson, Mount Elba, Prairie D'Ane, Marks Mill, Jenkins Ferry. Surrendered as 2nd Ark. Consolidate Infantry 26 May 1865. Most of the men did not and just went home. God rest his soul.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  2/15/2020
Company K
John A. McMahon - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Harry Wilson
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Date Added:  4/26/2004
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