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Hardy's Regiment Infantry      
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Simeon Vinson Poteet - Private   
S>V>Poteet was reported as 'having deserted' this was an errow as he was wounded at Vicksburg and paroled.
Contact Name:  William G Kennedy
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Date Added:  2/25/2012
Company B
George Washington Thompson - Private   
Enlisted Sept. 23, 1861 at Pocahontas, AR. Captures at Champion Hill, Big Black River, Mississippi on May 17, 1863. GW Thompson died at the Fort Delaware hospital in MD on June 28, 1863. He is buried at Finns Point Nation Cemetery, NJ across the river from Fort Delaware and his name is inscribed on the monument to Confederate dead located at the burial grounds. Buried at Section CM, Site 2222.

Relationship: Cousin
Contact Name:  Anne Stjern
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Date Added:  8/15/2008
Company B
William R Thompson - Private   
Enlisted at age 18, Sept. 23, 1861 at Pocahontas, AR. Private, 21st Arkansas Infantry. Captured at the Champion Hill, Big Black, MS, on May 17, 1863 and transported by train to Vicksburg, VA. Held in the field near Vicksburg until the end of June, 1863. Transferred by train to Ft. Delaware. Exchanged at City Point, VA on July 30, 1863. Died at Petersburg General Hospital of diarrhea on August 15, 1863.

Relationship: GGG Uncle
Contact Name:  Anne Stjern
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Date Added:  8/15/2008
Company B
John Matthews Wasson - Captain   
Capt. Wasson was my great greandfather. He is buried in the Evening Shade Cmetary
Contact Name:  Jon L. Craig
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Date Added:  12/25/2006
Company I
Andrew J. Pierce - Private   
Working on comment.
Contact Name:  Lewis G. Lem
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Date Added:  12/8/2015
Company I
James Martin Sims - Sergeant   
Sergeant James Martin Sims, Co - E, 17th (Lemoyne's) Arkansas Infantry Regiment (1835 - 1862) is my 3rd great grandfather. His Birthday is 19 Jan 1835, he was Scotch-Irish and from Pope County Arkansas, he was married and had one son, The 17th Was reorganized on May 15, 1862 to become the 21st Arkansas Infantry Regiment. His Death was on 30 Jun 1862 in Corinth, Mississippi. His son was the great grandfather of my grandmother.
Contact Name:  Lewis G. Lem
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Date Added:  7/8/2015
Company K
Elihu Chris Beckham - 1st Sergeant   
Elihu C. Beckham (1840-1923) wrote the first account of the Civil War from the perspective of a Confederate soldier from Arkansas. Son of Joshua Mayberry Beckham (1816-1888) and Catharine (Hinkle) Beckham (1819-1863), he emigrated with his parents, brothers and sisters, and grandfather William Hinkle (1792-1867) from Wayne Co., TN., to Izard Co., AR., in 1845. His war adventures with Company K were published in 1887 in the EXPOSITOR or THE EXPOSITION, the first newspaper at Mountain View, AR. His nephew's widow, Nellie (Hunt) Trevathan, published the account in 1908 in Batesville, AR., as WAR REMINISCENCES. The by-line was 'By Sergeant E. C. Beckham of Stone County.' The account was third published as WHERE I WAS AND WHAT I SAW DURING THE WAR as a pamphlet (1962) and as a serial that year in the STONE COUNTY LEADER in Mountain View, AR. This publication had a foreword by Stephen Dow Beckham. Elihu Beckham married 16 December 1869 to Rhoda Elizabeth Lancaster; the Beckhams had eleven children. Elihu, as a consequence of his war wounds, was paralyzed from the chest down on November 4, 1894, and was an invalid until his death in 1923. Elihu was a teacher, farmer, Stone County assessor, and, after his paralysis a bookkeeper who dictated financial accounts to his wife, Rhoda. In the 1890s Beckham was a member of the People's Party. Following his father's death in 1888, he and his wife moved from their farm in Round Bottom on White River to his parents' property on Rocky Bayou, a tract yet owned by Beckham descendants in 2011.
Stephen Dow Beckham, Department of History, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR., 97219. beckham@lclark.edu
Contact Name:  Stephen Dow Beckham
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company K
Thomas T Brown - Private   
collateral ancestor
Contact Name:  Jay Robertson
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Date Added:  4/20/2004
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