Looking for information on John Marion McCLamma B: 1836 Jefferson County, Florida. Married Christianna Jones, believed to have enlisted 09/01/1861, McIntosh Partial page information from Hartman / Biographial Roster, page 409 (missing 410) states that he enlisted 9/1861 at McIntosh, discharged on disability 4/8/1862 Book Soldiers of Florida list him as , Priviate, DIED , FL ST ANDREWS.. (also and additional listing inthis Book for John McClamma PVT, no other information , wondering if this could have been a son or other family member. Pention Application for Widow Christianna Jones McClamma, states that John M McCLAMMA, was enlisted in Captian W.A. Livingstons & Capt O. F. Peeks, Company, 4th Battaloon Regiment of Florida , that he died February 8, 1864 at ROBINSON CAMP , on the East side of St Andrews Bay, FL , after returning from a march , died of heat exposure ,buried on the site. ( file A11653 & A11772 ) Need information ref to location of Robinson Camp, trying to find location of my GGGrandfather. Additional McClamma's enlisted in CW needing information on were: Robert W McClamma ( 1838) Jefferason Co., 4th FL INFANTRY , COMPANY C W. R. McClamma (1834) enlisted 5/15/1861 at Madison dischaged 11/9/1861 from General Hospital #18 Richmond. 2nd FLA INFANTARY, COMPANY L ,(Hartman/Biographical Roster) J . MCCLAMMA Enlisted 5/26/63 Madison , reported to have died 2/10/1864 at CAMP GEORGIA HOSPITAL 11th FLA INFANTARY , COMPANY G (Hartman/Biographial Roster) Please contact me with any information. Thank you.
DAWN McCLAMMA DUNN Thu, 8 Apr 1999
MYERS, Jesse Levi
Looking for information concerning Jesse Levi Myers from Duval County Fla who was in the union army, 1st Florida Volunteers, Cavelry. Enlisted in Tallahassee. Thank You, D.J. Myers (925) 229-6143
D.J. Myers Sun, 21 Feb 1999
Stephens, William Allen
I am searching for information on my great grandfather William Allen Stephens. He was from Perry Fl and at one point I believe he was in the Civil War. I don't have very much information except his name.
Email Tue, 26 Jan 1999
Company H 5th Cavalry
My gg grandfather was born and raised in Florida and according to his headstone he fought in the civil war with Company H 5th Calvary, I can't find any mention of this unit on your website. Did that unit really exist or is there a mistake on his headstone? If it did exsist can you give me any info in it? His name was W.A. Lovel 1818-1903. Thank You,
Susie Morris Sun, 17 Jan 1999
Company H of the 2nd Florida Cavalry
I am looking for the list of men serving in Company H of the 2nd Florida Cavalry. My great grandfather served in this company. (At least this is what it states on his tombstone but I can't find the list of men serving in a Company H.) Please let me know if you have any useful internet sites. Thank-you,
Kelly Wilson Sat, 16 Jan 1999
BOZEMAN, Alabama / Walton Co. FL
I have a problem. My GGGrandfather James Bozeman was enlisted as priv, in Co I, infantry, 40th AL. Yes, he was born in Covington Co. AL but the 1860 Census showed that his parents and siblings along with his (James") wife and two children had not long recided in Walton County FL. I have information that James died Dec. 24, 1864 in Rock Island Illinous POW camp. Apparently, although he had moved to FL, it seems that he enlisted with AL confederacy. I am having some difficulty locating much information about him because of this. Can you help me?
Loretta Henry Tue, 12 Jan 1999
ADAMS, FL 11th Inf Co. E / LEWIS, FL 10th Inf Co. H
I have been trying to find information on 2 of my ancestors that were (according to my great grandmother's UDC application) members of the 10th & 11th regiments of the FL Infantry.
They did not apply for pensions according to the Archives in Tallahassee, so I'm trying to find access to military records in FL without having to actually go down there (I live in VA). The following information is what my ggrandmother wrote:
Cason McCoy Adams (1826-1911) was a private in Co. E, 11th Regiment of the FL Infantry. He enlisted 2 March 1863 at Madison, FL. The company muster roll Nov-Dec 1864 shows him as absent "sent to hospital in Richmond" on 17 Aug 1864. He was paroled 18 May 1865. Personal description was "5'9", light hair.
James Shepard Lewis (1828-1897) served with Co. H, 10th Regiment of the FL Infantry. He was discharged 17 May 1865. She did not list any enlistment date or location. James' brother Daniel was killed at Gettysburg and James was appointed Guardian of Daniel's 4 minor orphans. I am trying to find some definite results as to the participation and rosters of these regiments. Can you shed any light?
Leigh Blount Tue, 5 Jan 1999
Florida Cow Cavelry / BASS, FL 7th Inf Co. F / book "Florida's Frontier"Hello, My name is Eugene Bass and I am looking for any information on the Florida cow calvary. I would greatly appreciate any information or web addresses that have any information on the unit.
I am also looking for information on a book titled "Florida's Frontier" written by "Mary Ida Barber Bass"
I might be related to, Crawford Bass , FL 7th Infantry Co.F any information on him would be also appreciated. My ancesters date back to Kissimmee 1830s.
Thank you very much.
Eugene Bass Sun, 3 Jan 1999
WALKER - Co E, 1st Florida InfLooking for information on Berry A. Walker, enlisted in Co E, 1st Florida Infantry (Camp Walton) Walton Co., Florida Captured near Vernon, Florida, taken to Elmira, NY---released at end of War. Married Margaret A. Spears or Williams, Dec. 15, 186, Walton County, FL
Marie Wimberly Wed, 30 Dec 1998
NAZWORTH - Kilcrease Light ArtilleryLooking for NAZWORTH family. James Thomas Nazworth, George W. Nazworth, and W. H. Nazworth. All three enlisted in the Kilcrease Artillery, transferred to 2nd Fl. Cav. Co. E. James Thomas Nazworth has a CSA pension file, Leon Co., 1907. Am particularly interested in family info or photos which may include any of these three. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Ron Price Thu, 19 Nov 1998
Samuel C. Strickland - Kilcrease Light Artillery
I'm researching my 3rd great-grandfather Samuel C. Strickland (born abt 1830 in SC, died about 1910 in GA, buried in Manor, GA). He was in Jefferson Co., FL in the 1860 and 1870 census'. He served as a C.S.A. soldier in the Kilcrease Light Artillery. He enlisted 4/28/64 at P&G R.R. Can someone tell me what P&G R.R. stands for. Perhaps something like Perry and Gulf Railroad? I would like to learn more about what activities this unit participated in and anything else that may be of interest concerning it. Thanks,
Greg Wainright Wed, 18 Nov 1998
My great-grandfather was James Llewellyn Oliver, born in Alabama in 1842, son of Berrien Oliver, served in the 2d Fla. Cavalry at Olustee and Natural Bridge. His children were James Carter Oliver (my grandfather), Earnest Oliver and Jennie Oliver Warren. James Carter Oliver's son was my father, Wayne Carter Oliver. All the above are buried in the Oliver family cemetary at Wakulla, which I still legally own. I have accumulated a substantial amount of information on the Oliver Family (going back to England in the 1500's) which I will share with anyone seriously interested.
Robert Oliver Tue, 3 Nov 1998
Looking for service information for Demetrius John Murat, Co. A, 2nd FL Cav Henry C. Swain Light Artillery, CSA All I have to go on is grave markers. There are no pension files or muster rolls that I can find. Anything at all would be greatly appreciated.Chris Sun 25 Aug 1998
HERRING & 11th FL Inf. History
I'm looking for John E. Herring who supposedly was captured and coerced into deserting so he wouldn't go to prison. He was in the hospital with Typhoid fever one day and a couple of days later he was taking the oath as a deserter. I'm just trying to see if there is ANY record ANYWHERE of his being captured. I found something very interesting on these rosters for the 11th Infantry. 15% of the men in companies D & E deserted. I also found a number of Honorably Discharged----a term I'd not seen on any of the others. Could I possibly find an in-depth history of the 11th Infantry somewhere. This is so unusual that I'd like to look into it.Cosette Sun 25 Aug 1998
Looking forJ. E. McCully Sat, 8 Aug 1998
EDENFIELD, Cullen W 1828-1910 Pvt.,Co. "C" 6th Fla Regt Inf G Uncle
EDENFIELD, Richard F. 1843-1908 Pvt., Co."E" 5th Fla Bn Cav G Uncle
EDENFIELD,Sneed 1831-1929 Pvt., Kilcrease Light Art, Capt Houston's unit G- grandpa
anything you could tell me would be most appreciated. and MANY,MANY THANKS
I am looking for SANDERS enlisted at age 17 at Waldo Florida in1861 probably a private, Co. B 2nd Fla Cav Confederate ThanksFrank Sat, 8 Aug 1998
JAMES B. WALKER
According to the tombstone of James B. Walker, he was born in 1843 and died in 1863 in CSA. After searching through all the counties bordering his resident county of Nassau (both Georgia & Florida), and finding him on no muster roll, I'm beginning to wonder if that CSA stood for Confederate States of America rather than Confederate States Army. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions? Sincerely,Jan Walker Jackson Sat, 8 Aug 1998
ARNOW, George J.
ARNOW, George J. fought with the 7th FL Regiment, CSA. His wife predeceased him so there is no pension application on file.Peggy Munroe Sun, 9 Aug 1998
STANALAN ( Stanling, Stanley & Standley)
William S. Stanaland, aka Stanling, Stanley & Standley. He's buried in the Stanaland Cemetery, near Fish Creek, Taylor County, Florida. While he served in Company D, his older brother Rabon Stanaland served in Co. C 2nd Fla Cavalry.
STRICKLAND'S INDEPENDENT UNION RANGERS
Stanaland, William S. (b.. April 19,1828 Appling Co. GA d. March 5, 1892; m. Mary Elizabeth Sheffield) lived in Taylor Co. in 1860. He was a saltmaker and was originally exempted from military service. When the Exemption Act of 2/17/64 removed the exemption for saltmakers, he joined this company. He reenlisted 416/64 in Company D, 2nd Florida US) Cavalry in Taylor Co. as a refugee from the Confederacy and was promoted Sgt 8/12/64 but was reduced in early 1865. He was briefly missing in action 3/6/65 at Natural Bridge. He was mustered out 11/29/65 at -Tallahassee. He was 6', blue eyes, dark hair & fair skin. Occupation: farmer. He had at least three children. Stanaland, Raborn S (b. 1824 Appling Co. GA ) was a member of this company then reenlisted 4/6/64 in Company C, 2nd Florida Cavalry in Taylor Co. as a refugee from the Confederacy. He was furloughed 9/28/65 and was mustered out 11/29/65 at Tallahassee. He was 6', blue eyes, dark hair & sandy skin. Occupation: farmer. I hope this information is useful. Sincerely,Darrel R. Bell Sat, 8 Aug 1998
HOUSTON, 2nd Florida Cav, CSA.
I am currently researching the 5th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Cavalry, CSA and the 2nd Florida Volunteer Cavalry, CSA. The 2nd Florida had some campaign action but I am not sure where- Do you have any data on this unit? Where were the men from? I had a GGUncle, Bayard C. Houston, who was listed as a Private in Company H of the 2nd Florida, there are serveral record cards I obtained from the Florida Archives, the last enty stated he deserted in 1864. Do you have any information on the Cadet Corps of Florida Seminary? (Now FSU). Would greatly appreciate any and all informationTommy Houston Sat, 15 Aug 1998
Looking for information on the following: Name: William Sills Born: 1816 GA Died: ? Buried: ? Wife: Mary Watson Served with Co C of 1st Regiment Florida Reserves in the Civil War. Enlisted May 2 1864, at Marianna. A muster roll dated "to May 14, 1865," stated that he had been in the hospital at Marianna since January 23, 1865. Returned to Georgia after the war, settling in DeKalb Co. Name: James A. Sills Born: 22 Dec 1842 GA Died: 5 Aug 1920 FL Jackson Co Buried: FL Jackson Co Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Wife: Amelia S. Hart During Civil War, enlisted July 3, 1861 at Greenwood, Jackson Co, FL, for 12 months. He was mustered into the Confederate Army as a private in Co D, Capt. Barnes' Co, Sept 25, at Fort Mallory. That company became Co I of the 4th FL Infantry, with which he was shown in service through Dec, 1862. At the Battle of Murfreesboro (Stones River)TN, he was shot in the foot and captured on Jan. 5, 1863. He was imprisoned at Louisville, KY, until exchanged, arriving at City Point, VA, Apr 2, 1863. He apparently never returned to service. These were father and son, William being the father. I'm sure of the son's service. I'm reasonably sure the William listed in records of the 1st Reserves was James' father but would like conclusive proof if it's available. Thanks,Ron Hall Thu, 20 Aug 1998
HALL, Daniel D. & Allen
Looking for any further information on the following: Name: Daniel D. Hall Born: August 1836 GA Died: ? Wife: Mary Brown In the Civil War, enlisted with Capt. Grace at Greenwood FL in Mar, 1862 for a period of 3 years, though later records show he was to serve "for the war." He saw duty in TN, in Co G of the 6th FL, serving as a teamster, and on two occasions, on police duty in Knoxville. He remained in service until captured at Egypt Station, MS, Dec 28, 1864. He was imprisoned at Alton, IL until transferred to Point Lookout, MD, for exchange. He was in hospital in Richmond, VA, being furloughed for "debilitas" on Mar 8, 1865. Name Allen Hall Born 1 Mar 1844 GA Died 7 Mar 1921 Houston County, AL Wife: Margaret A. Williford During the Civil War, served in 5th Battalion, FL Cavalry, Co I. These were brothers, sons of Malcomb Hall and Martha Majors of Jackson County. They would move to Henry, later Houston, County sometime after 1880. Would like to know more of the other Hall children and of their wives and their families. Any information would be appreciated.Ron Hall Thu, 20 Aug 1998