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15th Missouri Cavalry      
Company B
Stephen E. Crouch - Private   
Son of Allen & Jane Hickman Crouch. Born in Greene County,(east) Tennessee,approximately 1846. Enrolled to serve 20 months, Nov.1,1863 at Mt.Vernon,Mo. Mustered at Springfield,Mo. July 15,1864. 18 year-old farmer,5'10',hazel eyes, fair complexion,light colored hair. Died at home of 'consumption',May 20,1865. Buried Round Grove Cemetery,Round Grove, Lawrence County, Missouri. Stephen had Confederate cousins from east Tennessee.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  4/30/2019
Company E
Joel T Hembree - 2nd Lieutenant   
Acting Assistant Provost Marshall, Southwest Military District, Cassville, MO 1864-1865.
Contact Name:  Joe Furtak
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Date Added:  7/23/2010
Company K
Philip R. Davis - Unknown   
Great Great Grandfather

P. R. Davis was the son of Thomas J. and Elizabeth (Glen) Davis. His brother, George, served with the 1st Arkansas Cavalry (Union). His brothers, Thomas H. and Wiley, served in the 6th Missouri Cavalry (Union). P. R. Davis was from Granby Twp, Newton County, Missouri. He was a blacksmith and farmer. He enlisted in the Missouri Home Guard, then transfered to the 15th Missouri. He was born 10 August 1824 in Tennessee and died 21 March 1902 in Arkansas.
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Date Added:  3/28/2008
Company K
William Donica - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ron Emmert
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Date Added:  10/5/2011
Company K
William P Mizer - Quarter Master   
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Contact Name:  Pete Rogers
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Date Added:  7/11/2002
Company L
James Harvey Clark Mitchell - Sergeant   
Veteran of the 2nd Missouri Mounted Volunteers in the Mexican War.
Contact Name:  Gary C. Mitchell
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Date Added:  1/6/2006
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