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15th Mississippi Regiment, Company I - Choctaw Guard


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Muster Roll of Captain R.C. Love’s Company in the 15th Regiment commanded by Colonel W. S. Statham at Corinth, MS enrolled May 29th 1861 by Capt. J.W. Hemphill for 12 months.
From the original, housed in MS Dept. of Archives & History, Jackson, MS. call # 9- R151- B21&22 55 -Series 390- Vol. 8. transcribed -June 5, 2000 by Nancy T. Grogan. This roll does not include men mustered into the MS 15th Co. I consolidated or any others found in the Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 recruited later than July, 1861.


# Name Rank age Comments
R.C. Love Captain 44 (Robert C. Love)
R. G. Prewitt 1st L. 29 (Russell G. Prewitt- later Lt. Col.)
Issac Vanzant 2nd Lt. 28
James C. Taylor 3rd Lt 24
1. E. Parker 1st Ser 39 (Elijah Parker, died, Mills Springs)
2. Elihu Love 2nd 25
3. Wm Thompson 3rd 30
4. G.W. Pearson 4th 20 (George W. Pearson)
5. W.L. Martin 5th 19 (William L. Martin)
6. E.K. Hillier 1st Corp 21
7. G.W.C. Drane 2nd 21 (George W.C. Drane)
8. H.N. Montgomery 3rd 22 (Hugh Montgomery-later 1st Lt)
9. L.C. Gordon 4th 20
10. Austin, Jno H. private 24
11. Jas Avants physical inability to stand a campaign
12. Alexander, J.H. 25 (James H. Alexander)
13. Alexander, Lewis 21
14. Armstrong, Jessie W. 20
15. Alexander, Jas H. 31
16. Brown, R.W. 21 (Robert W. Brown)
17. Blanton, Philip 21
18. Bagwell, T.H. Honorable Discharge (Terry H. Bagwell)
19. Barron, W.J. physical inability to stand campaign (William J. Barron)
20. Blanton, J.A. 20
21. Brash, Frederick 23
22. Baskins, Jas C. 21
23. Butler, A.A. 41 (Abel A. Butler)
24. Bagwell, M.V. 20 (Martin Van Buren Bagwell)
25. Crawford, D.M.B. 21 (David M. B. Crawford)
26. Carter, J.T. 25 (John T. Carter)
27. Crawford, J.H. 23 (Junuis. H. Crawford, killed at Mills Springs)
28. Cox, Daniel 31 (killed at Mills Springs)
29. Cannon, Jessie D. 24
30. Childress, H.F. 19 (Henry F. Childress)
31. Carter, S.B. 23 (Sinclair B. Carter)
32. Cox, B.F. 20 (Benjamin F. Cox)
33. Drane, J.H. 19 (John H. Drane)
34. Dean, N.B. 25 (Napoleon B. Dean)
35. Darby, Jno B. 18
36. Dorris, Jas. B. 19
37. Drane, V.L. 25 (Virgil L. Drane)
38. Davis, O.P. 39 (Oliver P. Davis)
39. Evans, T.J. 21 (Thomas J. Evans)
40. Edward, Jas W. 21 (James W. Edwards)
41. Fair, Jno 23 (later Lt.)
42. Green, Wm H. 28
43. Holloway, H.M. 19
44. Henderson, R.N. 21
45. Hallam, P.S. 23 (Phillip S. Hallam, later 2nd Lt. killed at Mills Springs)
46. Huffman, D.A. 20 (Daniel A. Huffman)
47. Hines, Miles N. 21
48. Heffner, W.S. 20 (William S. Hefner, later 4th Sgt.)
49. Hillier, Jno L. 23 (John L. Hillyer)
50. Harvey, W.H. 23
51. Hutchens, Jas H. 21 (James H. Hutchins)
52. Harvey, Jno H. 20
53. Henderson, Wm F. 22
54. Henry J. Harrison 23 (Henry J, Harrison)
55. Hallam, S.C. 28 (Samuel C. Hallam)
56. Holloway, S.L. 22 (Samuel L. Holloway)
57. Irwin, Jno M. 18
58. Jones, James 24 (later Sgt.)
59. Kirkham, T.L. 21 (Thomas L. Kirkham)
60. King, T. 18 (Toliver King)
61. King, Charles 27
62. Killin, Thomas, 42
63. Knight, Lewis 18
64. Linsey, A.E. 23 (Augustus E. Linsey)
65. Love, J.E. 26 (Joseph E, Love)
66. Littleton, S.R. 19 (Sanford R. Littleton)
67. May, G.W. 18 (George W. May)
68. Moss, W.A. 22 (William A. Moss)
69. Morris, J.A. 28 (John A. Morris-later 1st Lt.)
70. Mills, S.A. 40 (Samuel A. Mills)
71. Macklin, W.S. 19 (William S. Macklin)
72. McIntire, Jas 42
73. Mooney, A.C. 19 (Alonzo C. Mooney)
74. Macklin, J.A. 20 (John A. Macklin)
75. Moss, J.W. 20 (John W. Moss)
76. McCallaster, Joshua 21 (Joshua McAlister)
77. Nation, W.W. 21 (William W. Nation- also Co. C cpl.)
78. Prewitt, A.J. 21 (Andrew J.Prewitt -later Sgt.)
79. Pearson, W.J. 17 (William J. Pearson)
80. Pollard, Lafayette 35 (also Co. E)
81. Powers, Jas L. 19 (James L. Power)
82. Powers, W.H. 17 (William H. Powers)
83. Powers, W.T. 27 (William T. Powers)
84. Porter, W.C. 19
85. Porter, W.F. 34 (William F. Porter)
86. Ramsey, Thos. J. 30
87. Robinson, R.W. 30
88. Rash, G.L. 20 (George L. Rash)
89. Simpson, T.P. 28 (Timothy P. Simpson-killed at Mills Springs)
90. Stewart, W.J. 20 (William J. Stewart)
91. Stewart, Girard 18
92. Tanner, C.W. 23 (Charles William Tanner)
93. Todd, Issac H. 25
94. Thompson, W.P. 20 (William P. Thompson)
95. Tier, W.S. 19 (William S. Tier)
96. Tanner, Jas T. 27
97. Turner, Jas M. 27 (James Marion Turner)
98. Wilkerson, W.C. 26 (William C. Wilkerson)
99. Wilson, W.H. 25 (William H. Wilson-also Co. E cpl.
100. Young, A.E. 21 (Augustus E. Young)

Additional Muster Roll of Co. I- Enrolled- June, 1861 by Captain R.C. Love- Corinth, MS mustered in July, 1861 by Col. Statham and Capt. L. S. Terry

Name Rank age Comments
James McGovern 19
Osborn Garrett 21
Young Garrett 22
John D. Cook 30
Leonard T. Humphries 20
Benjamin F. Stewart 22
Benjamin C. Gregory 20
Green Young 22
William N. Blanton 33
John Henry Adams 19
Albert L. Burk 19
Franklin A. Dawson 20
Thomas G. Mooney 24
Joseph Henderson 20
John D. Love 18
William R. Love 22
William K. McKinnon 21 (killed, Mills Springs)
John M. Moore 20 (killed, Mills Springs)
John H. Dorris 25
George W. Simpson 21 (killed, Mills Springs)

Information in (parenthesis) is from other sources, primarily ROSTER OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS 1861-1865 and CONFEDERATE CASUALTIES, BATTLE OF MILL SPRINGS OR FISHING CREEK, KY, 19 JANUARY 1862 KILLED IN ACTION OR MORTALLY WOUNDED 15th Mississippi Infantry (extracts) Compiled by Geoffrey R. Walden, MSBA

This roster was transcribed and generously made available initially to the American Local History Network, Attala County by Nancy T. Grogan. The roster was then made available to the MSGenWeb site for Attala County and thus is posted under both Attala Sites. Thank you Nancy!




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