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13th Missouri Cavalry      
Company A
Daniel Boone Pinegar - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kent Pinegar
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Contact Homepage:  freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pinegar/
Date Added:  6/11/2009
Company E
James E. Elliott - Private   
James E. Elliott, b. 18 May 1842 in Tennessee, married my g-aunt Susie Denison 20 May 1931 in Bell County, Texas.

According to a letter dated 4 November 1936 from the War Department, The Adjutant General's Office, James Elliott enlisted 15 September 1863 in Wood's Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, Confederate States Army, in Pope Co., Arkansas. The name James Elliott, Pvt., Co. F, Fristoe's Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, Confederate States Army, appears on a Muster and Descriptive Roll of Prisoners of War surrendered 11 May 1865 by BG M. Jeff Thompson.

James Elliott's brother Spencer M. Elliott served as Captain, Co. F, Fristoe's Regiment; another brother, William R. Elliott, served as 2nd Lieutenant.

Sources: Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System (http://www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm);
http://www.missouridivisionscv.org/mounits/woodregcav.htm; Story of Bell County, Texas, Vol. I (Bell County Historical Society, 1988), p. 500; and Widow's Application for Confederate Pension (State of Texas #51759), approved December 8, 1936.
Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
Company E
Henry Lewis Ruff - Sergeant   
Henry Lewis Ruff was my g-g-uncle. He received two gunshot wounds at the battle of Byram's Ford,(Big Blue River MO.) One that grazed his forehead and the other in his left knee. Also served as 1st Sergeant in 15th Regt. Arkansas Militia, Co. H. Was a brother to David Crockett Ruff, who served in Union Army, in 1st Arkansas Cavalry Regt., Co. M and 1st Arkansas Inf. Co., K. Also served as Capt. 46th MO. volenteers at St. Louis. Brother against Brother.
Contact Name:  Robert B. Ruff
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Date Added:  11/29/2006
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