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4th Florida Infantry      
Company Unknown
William Wade Goza - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Rick Acree
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Date Added:  1/5/2011
Company Unknown
James B. Parramore - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Reed Davis
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Date Added:  6/20/2011
Company A
William Henry Andrews - 1st Sergeant   
W H Andrews signed up at St Vincents Island, Florida late 1861 for one year. He was wounded and captured at Murfreesboro Jan 2 and 10th respectfully of 1863. Transferred to Camp Chase, then exchanged in March of 1863. Paroled for 100 days, then went back to unit. Present on rolls available after this, but I'm looking for historical data to confirm WH's transfer to a Georgia unit in late 1864. Cannot confirm this but trail goes cold and no death or burial is to be found.
Contact Name:  Lynette Butler
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Contact Homepage:  William Henry Andrews
Date Added:  6/19/2016
Company A
Mitchell Peacock - Private   
Enlisted 6/1/1861 into Co. 'A' and transferred 5/29/1862 into Co.'D' 8th Florida Infantry. Died of disease 11/22/1862 at Culpepper Ct. House,Va.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/14/2005
Company B
Stephen C DeBruhl - 2nd Lieutenant   
Promoted from Sergeant to 2nd Leiutenant
Contact Name:  Chris DeBruhl
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Date Added:  4/1/2014
Company C
Seth H. Bunker - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  William M. Bunting
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Date Added:  5/7/2004
Company D
Joseph S. Brannen Thomas - Private   
Joseph S Thomas was the step son of John G Thomas and Eliza Raulerson. Eliza was married to John Milledge Brannen. and brought two son's into the marriage. Joseph and James. Joseph and James served in the 4th Fl Infantry. Joseph like his brother was assigned detached duty driving beef cattle. On 22 July 1862 he is sick in the hospital in Greenville, Alabama. He saw action in Florida, Alabama and Tennessee. He was parole at Greensboro, NC on 1 May 1865 after swallowing the yellow dog.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  5/29/2015
Company D
John Burton Arnold - Private   
Lost his right hand at Chickamauga Georgia. Went on to serve until the surrender.
Contact Name:  Iva Lou Arnold Eldon
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Date Added:  4/21/2014
Company E
John J. Driggers - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/17/2007
Company E
Milton Gustavus Foster - Private   
Born 06 September 1844, Enlisted 01 September 1861, KIA on 02 January 1863 in Murfreesboro, TN
Contact Name:  Troy Foster
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Date Added:  9/11/2005
Company E
Ransom Smith Foster - Corporal   
Born 26 July 1830, Enlisted 01 September 1861, Died of disease 02 April 1863 in Ringgold, GA
Contact Name:  Troy Foster
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Date Added:  9/11/2005
Company E
Watkins Norman Foster - Private   
Born 11 September 1835, Enlisted 01 September 1861, Paroled on 01 May 1865 in Greensboro, NC. The surrender of General Joseph E. Johnston Army
Contact Name:  Troy Foster
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Date Added:  9/11/2005
Company E
John H. Mickler - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kenneth M. Wilson
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Date Added:  7/24/2009
Company E
Josiah Reams - Private   
Josiah was born circa 1848 in Madison County Florida. He enlisted as a teenager in Co E 4th Florida Infantry. His records are meager but provide the following. He was transferred to Co. E 1st Florida Infantry on 6 April 1865 and mustered out on 26 April 1865 in Orange County North Carolina. He died in Lamont, Jefferson Co Florida on 22 Feb. 1891. He was the husband of my 3rd cousin 3x removed Angelina Strickland a great grand daughter of Temperance Gandy 1802 - 1850
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/27/2016
Company F
Wiley Knowles - Private   
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Contact Name:  Knowles
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Date Added:  12/21/2009
Company F
George Washington Parrish - Private   
My Great-Grandfather G.W. Parrish served with the 4th FL Inf. and was given a medical leave in 1864 from Dalton, GA to return home for 60 days. He was transferred to the Florida Home Guard in Lake City, FL until April 1865. The orders were confused and he was listed as a deserter on the 4th muster rolls. He fought for and received his pension and cleared his name in the early 1900's. He is buried in Elzy Chapel Cemetery in Worthington Springs, FL.
Contact Name:  Henry L. Redding
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Date Added:  6/18/2010
Company G
John Wilson Dyches - 3rd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Wade Pittillo
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Date Added:  1/1/2005
Company G
Jason J. Lee - Private   
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Contact Name:  Wade Pittillo
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Date Added:  1/4/2005
Company H
Mark Bowen - Private   
Mark Bowen was my 2nd great grand uncle and mustered at Vernon, Fl on 7 Sept 1861
Contact Name:  David Cash
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company H
James E. Railey - Unknown   
Circumstantial evidence suggests that James was a brother of Wilson Lumpkin Raley, an officer in the unit. WLR's father was Jamesy ('Jimpsey'); there is no other evidence that Jimpsey had a son named after him--which was very common; the 1880 Washington County, FL census has an Elizabeth Raley, living with her brother, Thomas Reddick--a James Raley married an Elizabeth Reddick in Georgia in 1837. Some Family Trees on Ancestry have this James's father as Abner--circumstantial evidence suggests that Abner and Jimpsey were brothers; therefore, if this James E. Railey wasn't WLR's brother, he was most likely his first cousin.
Contact Name:  Gloria Raley Baragona
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Date Added:  2/28/2009
Company H
Wilson Lumpkin Raley - 3rd Lieutenant   
Residence Washington County FL;
Enlisted on 9/7/1861 at Vernon, FL as a 3rd Sergt.

On 9/7/1861 he mustered into 'H' Co. FL 4th Infantry
He was transferred out on 4/9/1865

On 4/9/1865 he transferred into 'H' Co. FL 1st Cons Infantry
He was Surrendered on 4/26/1865 at Orange County, NC


Promotions:
* Comm Sergt 6/8/1862
* 2nd Sergt 3/1/1863 (Estimated date)
* 1st Sergt 4/19/1863
* 3rd Lieut 7/1/1863


Intra Regimental Company Transfers:
* 6/8/1862 from company H to Field & Staff
* 3/1/1863 from Field & Staff to company H (Estimated date)


Other Information:
born in 1835
died 3/17/1883 in Holmes County, FL
Buried: Dunn Cemty, Washington Co., FL

Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:

- Soldiers of Florida in the ...Civil War...
- Biographical Rosters of Florida's Soldiers 1861-1865
- Various Cemetery listings on the internet
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Contact Name:  katie
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Date Added:  11/17/2010
Company H
John Jackson Russ - Private   
John Julius 'Jackson' Russ (1809-1867) was an ordained Methodist Minister and a early pioneer (1830s) to Jackson and Washington Counties of West Florida. John J. Russ was born in Brunswick County, NC. Military records indicate John J. Russ was a Private in the Confederate Army ( Co. H, 4th Florida Infantry, Washington County Invincibles) As an ordained minister John J. Russ probably served as a Chaplain for his unit but I have found no record to date to validate same. John J. Russ had two sons, who also served in the Confederate Army. John Robert Russ, Sgt (1840-1864) was killed in the Battle of Atlanta and another son, James Lemuel Russ, (1839-1917) who survived the war. John J. Russ served as Clerk of Court for Washington Co, Fl before and after the War, he died in office.
Contact Name:  Henry Russ
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Date Added:  7/21/2008
Company H
Andrew Jackson Taylor - Private   
Husband of Jinsey Serena Grantham Taylor of Wausau,Washington County Florida. Widows Pension Application on file.
Contact Name:  Randall Sanders
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Date Added:  2/23/2011
Company I
Samuel Strange Basford - Private   
Co I was called 'Dixie Boys'
Contact Name:  Max Bsford
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Date Added:  6/25/2008
Company I
James Whitmel Dickson - 2nd Lieutenant   
Enlisted as a Sergeant on 3 July 1861 at the age of 25.
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 15 May 1862.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/14/2010
Company I
William Forman Dickson - 3rd Sergeant   
Enlisted as a Private on 9 September 1861 at the age of 22.
Promoted to 5th Sergeant (Estimated date) on 1 July 1862.
Promoted to 3rd Sergeant (Estimated date) on 1 February 1863.
Discharged on 28 March 1863.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/14/2010
Company I
William Henry Dykes - Private   
William H Dykes was my GGG Grandfather
Contact Name:  Bobby White
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Date Added:  6/29/2010
Company I
Leroy Milton Mozley (Mosely - 4th Corporal   
L M Mozley's name is spelled Mosely on some rosters. He was wounded and captured by the Yankees at The Battle Of Stones River (Murfreesboro, TN). He was my GGG Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Bobby White
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Date Added:  6/29/2010
Company I
William Jasper peacock - Private   
Enlisted 7/31/1861 into Co.'I', listed as wounded 1/2/1863 Murfreesboro, Tn (severely in hip); POW 1/2/1863 Murfreesboro, Tn., paroled 4/30/1863 Ft. McHenry, MD; Exchanged 5/1/1863 City Pt., Va., transferred into 'I' 1st Florida Cons. Infantry and surrendered 5/1/1865 at Greensboro, NC.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/14/2005
Company I
William L. Young - Private   
Jackson County Florida, Bascom. Mustered in Marrianna, surrendered 1865 NC. One of 27 original members of 4th to surrender.
Contact Name:  Don C. Young
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Date Added:  7/24/2015
Company K
William Mathew Bowen - Sergeant   
William Bowen was my 2nd great grand uncle. He mustered in on 8 April 1861.
Contact Name:  David Cash
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company K
Dennis E. Driggers - Private   
Died 1919, Lafayette Co, FL
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/17/2007
Company K
George W Griffin - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Ruby Wells
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Date Added:  5/13/2006
Company K
Henry R McLeod - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ann Hafner
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Date Added:  5/21/2009
Company K
Hiram A McLeod - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Ann Hafner
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Date Added:  5/21/2009
Company K
Thomas Kennedy Spencer - Private   
1 of 23 men to return from his regiment. He was the last man in confederate service to return to the state of Florida and was a prisoner in New York for 7 months. He enlisted at age 15 and also served with the Florida Cow Cavalry.
Contact Name:  Robert Lee Proudfoot jr
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Date Added:  2/7/2017
Company K
James Brannen Thomas - Private   
James was born 6 Dec. 1836 in Columbia Co. Fla. He was about 24 years old when he joined Co K 4th Florida Infantry at Tampa, Florida on 20 July 1861. He was detailed to drive cattle for some time. He saw action in Alabama and Tennessee. He and his unit arrived late in the day at the Battle of Olustee, Fl. His wife drew a pension based on his Confederate service. He served honorably and survived the war. He is buried at Glover Cemetery, Polk County Florida.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  5/29/2015
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