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WILLIAM YARNELL SLACK, CSA - Geskiedenis

WILLIAM YARNELL SLACK, CSA - Geskiedenis

William Yarnell Slack is op 1 Augustus 1816 in Mason Count, Kentucky, gebore. Toe hy drie jaar oud was, verhuis sy gesin na Missouri en vestig hulle hom naby Columbia. Slack het regte studeer en 'n kantoor in Chillicothe, Missouri, geopen. Hy onderbreek sy regspraktyk om in die Mexikaanse oorlog te dien, en keer daarna terug na die oorlog. Toe die afstigtingskrisis Missouri tref, het Slack hom by die Konfederasie aangesluit. Hy is aangestel as brigadier -generaal van die Staatswag en het troepe by Kartago gelei en is gewond by Wilson's Creek. Hy het teen Oktober 1861 van die wond herstel, teruggekeer na sy afdeling en geveg in Pea Ridge, Arkansas, waar hy weer gewond is. Dit lyk asof hy herstel het van die tweede wond, wat slegs 'n sentimeter van sy eerste wond af opgedoen is. Toe chirurge Slack sewe kilometer daarvandaan na Moore's Mill neem om gevangenskap te voorkom, het sy gesondheid vinnig agteruitgegaan. Slack is op 21 Maart 1862 by Moore's Mill oorlede en word postuum tot brigadier -generaal bevorder, vanaf 22 April 1861 tot rang.


Fayetteville Konfederale Begraafplaas

Die Fayetteville Konfederale Begraafplaas in Fayetteville (Washington County) is die laaste rusplek van die Konfederale soldate wat in die noordweste van Arkansas gesterf het. Dit was nou verbonde aan die aktiwiteite van die Southern Memorial Association (SMA) en sy pogings om die slagoffers van die suide te herdenk, en is op 3 Junie 1993 op die National Register of Historic Places gelys.

Die SMA van Washington County is op 10 Junie 1872 gestig toe verskeie vroue mekaar ontmoet het in antwoord op 'n kennisgewing op 6 Junie Fayetteville -demokraat vra vir die oprigting van 'n 'Konfederale begraafplaas'. Die president van SMA, Lizzie Pollard, het vyf en twintig jaar later opgemerk: "Uit die vele wat hierdie oproep beantwoord het, was daar maar agt en dertig entoesiasties genoeg om die taak te onderneem waartoe ons ons die dag toegesê het." Die organisasie het sy eerste vergadering op 18 Junie 1872 gehou, waarin 'n grondwet, verordeninge en die naam "Southern Memorial Association" aanvaar is.

Die SMA het begin geld insamel en op 11 April 1873 kon Charles W. en Serena Walker $ 150 betaal vir 'n terrein van 3,48 hektaar op die westelike helling van East Mountain, ook bekend as Mount Sequoyah, aangrensend aan die familie Walker-begraafplaas komplot. Die SMA het ook begin om Konfederale grafte op te spoor in Washington County en aangrensende gebiede in die noordweste van Arkansas.

Die SMA het in Maart 1873 'n ooreenkoms met JD Henry aangegaan om die konfederale dooies bymekaar te maak op die slagveld van Pea Ridge in Benton County vir herbediening in die Fayetteville -begraafplaas teen 'n koste van $ 1,40 per liggaam. Konfederale oorskot van die slagveld van die Prairie Grove (Washington County) en ander plekke in die noordweste van Arkansas is na Fayetteville vervoer en vir $ 2,50 elk begrawe.

Die Konfederale Begraafplaas is op 10 Junie 1873, die SMA se eerste herdenking, ingewy. Ongeveer 300 Konfederale oorlogsdoods is destyds daar begrawe, maar die getal het uiteindelik tot ongeveer 800 begrafnisse gegroei. 'Ons eerste jaar was 'n wonderlike sukses aan die einde daarvan, en as gevolg van onvermoeide arbeid kon ons ons toewy aan die nagedagtenis aan die soldate wie se liggame daar sou lê, goed ingeslote begraafplaas en reeds driehonderd liggame daar begrawe het, ”onthou Pollard vier en twintig jaar later. 'Die terrein, die heining, die verwydering van lyke, die opruiming en verbetering van die begraafplaas kos ons in ronde getalle $ 1,200. Die geld vir dit alles is ingesamel deur ons eie arbeid, deur aandete, basaars, teateropvoerings, ens. ”

Die begrafnisse word in afsonderlike gebiede vir slagoffers uit Arkansas, Texas, Missouri en Louisiana georganiseer. Sandsteen kop- en voetmerkers is in 1876 geïnstalleer; dit is in 1903 deur marmermerke vervang.

Die begraafplaas begrawe sy hoogste offisier in 1880, toe die oorskot van brigadier-generaal William Yarnell Slack uit die Roller-begraafplaas by Moore's Hill, noordwes van Gateway (Benton County), verwyder is om te rus aan die hoof van die Missouri-afdeling van die Konfederasie Begraafplaas. Slack, 'n veteraan uit die Mexikaanse oorlog, is gewond tydens die Slag van Wilson's Creek op 10 Augustus 1861. Hy het van sy wonde herstel, maar is weer geskiet toe hy sy vrywilligers in Missouri by die Slag van Pea Ridge gelei het. Uit die veld gehaal en drie keer beweeg om te verhoed dat gevangenes deur federale troepe, het Slack op 21 Maart 1862 aan sy wonde beswyk, een van drie Konfederale generaals wat gesterf het aan beserings wat opgedoen is by Pea Ridge. Terwyl rekords toon dat 'n paar onderoffisiere in die Konfederale begraafplaas begrawe is, is die meeste van die oorblyfsels van privaat soldate.

Die oorspronklike houtplankheining is vervang in 1885, toe skenkings deur die SMA aangevra is vir die projek. Die gesnyde klipmuur is teen 1890 voltooi. Die ingangshek van inheemse klip, ontwerp deur 'n argitek met die naam Dinwiddie, is in 1926–27 bygevoeg teen 'n prys van $ 682.

In 1896 besluit die SMA om 'n monument in die middel van die begraafplaas te installeer, en die organisasie begin weer met geldinsamelingsaktiwiteite. 'Mense van Cane Hill, Bentonville, Prairie Grove, Cincinnati, Springdale en ander dorpe in die noordweste van Arkansas het die monumentonderneming aktief ondersteun,' onthou 'n latere president van SMA, insluitend lesings en voordragte, sangtoernooie, kaart- en Parcheesi -toernooie, poësielesings, en verspreiding van kaarte met genoeg spasies vir sentjies tot 'n totaal van $ 1 wanneer dit gevul is. Teen 16 Februarie 1897 is alles behalwe $ 511 van die $ 2,500 monumentkoste verhoog.

Sestien ontwerpe is ingedien vir die gedenkteken, en 'n komitee van die SMA vergader op 13 Oktober 1896. Dit kies een uit die F. H. Venn Company van Memphis, Tennessee. Die hoeksteen van die monument is op 1 Mei 1897 gewy, en "in daardie hoeksteen was daardie 1ste dag [sic] het verskeie kontemporêre rekords geplaas, waaronder 'n lys van die soldate wat op die begraafplaas begrawe is, ook 'n rol A.I.U. (Arkansas Industrial University) studente wat aan die monumentfonds geskenk het. Die eerste silwer dollar het bygedra dat hierdie rekords in 'n sterk metaalkas geplaas is.

Die amptelike toewyding van die monument is gehou op 10 Junie 1897, die vyf-en-twintig herdenking van die SMA van Washington County. In die optog na die toewydingseremonie was 'n vlot 'met 'n aantal van ons aantreklike meisies wat die suidelike state verteenwoordig', 'n groep Konfederale veterane onder leiding van generaal EI Stirman en voorafgegaan deur die Fort Smith (Sebastian County) dromkorps, SMA -lede in waens (“die dames is luid toegejuig”), universiteitskadette, Odd Fellows en ander broederlike verenigings, uniforme ridders van Pythias en verteenwoordigers van die brandweer in Fayetteville.

Die SMA onderhou die skilderagtige begraafplaas in die een en twintigste eeu.

Vir meer inligting:
"Konfederale begraafplaas van Fayetteville Haalbaarheidstudie." Arkansas Departement van Parke en Toerisme, Arkansas State Parks Division, afdeling Beplanning en Ontwikkeling, Mei 1992.

"Konfederale begraafplaas van Fayetteville." Nominasievorm van die National Register of Historic Places. Aangedien by Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, Little Rock, Arkansas. Aanlyn by http://www.arkansaspreservation.com/!userfiles/WA0425.nr.pdf (14 April 2015 geraadpleeg).

Galloway, Rowena. 'Hulle het 'n monument gebou.' Terugflits 2 (Mei 1958): 3.

Die Goodspeed -biografiese en historiese herinneringe van Noordwes -Arkansas. Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889.

Harp, Chandler. "Konfederale begraafplaas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 'n benadering tot bewaring." Navorsingsverslag. Bentonville, AR: Benton County Preservation Project, 1991.

Montgomery, Don. "Konfederale begraafplaas in Fayetteville -navorsingsverslag." Prairie Grove, AR: Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, 28 November 1990.

"Die onthulling van die Konfederale Monument." Fayetteville Sentinel, 15 Junie 1897, p. 2.

Mark K. Christus
Arkansas Historiese Bewaringsprogram


'N Dag in die lewe van die burgeroorlog

Konfederale kolonel John Taylor Hughes is op 11 Augustus 1862 tydens die Eerste Slag van Onafhanklikheid vermoor.


John Taylor Hughes is gebore naby Versailles, Kentucky, 25 Julie 1817, die seun van Samuel en Nancy [Price] Hughes. As kind verhuis die gesin na Fayette, Missouri. Hy het die Bonne Femme College bygewoon en 'n onderwyser geword. Toe die Meksikaans -Amerikaanse oorlog begin, het Hughes aangesluit by die First Regiment Missouri Mounted Volunteers. Hy het 'n boek geskryf oor sy ervarings wat hom nasionale bekendheid besorg het. Nadat hy na Missouri teruggekeer het, word Hughes 'n koerantredakteur, skoolopsigter en in 1854 'n staatsverteenwoordiger van Missouri.

Alhoewel Hughes 'n sterk vakbond was, het hy saam met sy neef Sterling Price by die Konfederale leunende Missouri State Guard aangesluit. Hy het vroeë aksie in die Battles of Carthage en Wilson ’s Creek gesien. In Maart 1862 neem Hughes die bevel oor by die Slag van Pea Ridge vir die gewonde Konfederale Brigadier -generaal William Yarnell Slack. Hy het 'n geruime tyd in die vroeë somer van 1862 gewerf vir die Konfederale weermag in Missouri.

Op 11 Augustus 1862 beveel Hughes sy nuwe rekrute saam met verskeie partydige orkeste tydens 'n aanval van die garnisoen van die Unie in Independence, Missouri. Terwyl hy 'n klag in die Eerste Slag van Onafhanklikheid gelei het, is Hughes in die kop geskiet en op slag dood. Sy troepe het die stad ingeneem ondanks Hughes se dood. Hy word begrawe in die Woodlawn Cemetery in Independence, Missouri.


WILLIAM YARNELL SLACK, CSA - Geskiedenis

John Wilson se burgeroorlogrekords

Die volgende verhale is onder kopiereg en mag nie sonder toestemming van Clay Carpenter gekopieer of gereproduseer word nie.

Op 31 Oktober 1861 het die Missouri -wetgewer 'n afskeidingswet aanvaar, die Konfederale grondwet bekragtig en versoek om toelating tot die Konfederale State van Amerika. Op 25 November 1861 het General Price die staatswag van Missouri (MSG) meegedeel dat die konfederale regering soveel troepe uit Missouri as moontlik in diens sou neem as wat hulle as vrywilligers sou dien om twaalf maande te dien. Die vrywilligers sou onder die bevel van generaal -majoor Price geplaas word. Op 2 Desember 1861, terwyl die MSG in die winterkamp in Osceola (Missouri) was, het General Price 'n aparte kamp naby vrywilligers vir die Konfederale Staatsleër (KSA) opgerig. Kolonel Henry Little, 'n voormalige offisier in die MSG, het bevel gekry oor die Konfederale kamp nadat hy van Richmond teruggekeer het, waar hy 'n kolonel in die CSA gekry het. Kolonel Little het begin met die werwing van vrywilligers vir die Eerste en die Tweede Missouri Konfederale Brigades.

Op 23 Januarie 1862, in Springfield (Missouri), het General Price 'n bevel uitgevaardig om die organisasie van die vrywilligers van die Konfederale Missouri in twee brigades te formaliseer. Die Eerste brigade, onder bevel van kolonel Henry Little, het kolonel Elijah Gates Eerste Kavallerie, kolonel John Q. Burbridges Tweede Infanterie, kolonel Benjamin A. Rives Derde Infanterie, kaptein William Wades eerste battery van artillerie, en kaptein Samuel Churchill Clarks tweede battery artillerie ingesluit . Die Tweede Brigade, onder bevel van brigadier -generaal William Yarnell Slack van die Missouri State Guard, het alle ander konfederate vrywillige eenhede ingesluit (dws Kompanie E, 4de MO Infanterie) wat nog nie volle sterkte bereik het nie. Hierdie eenhede was kolonel Robert S. Beviers -bataljon van infanterie, kolonel Thomas H. Rossers -bataljon van infanterie, kolonel Robert McCullochs van kavallerie, kaptein Henry Lucas van artillerie, kaptein Henry Landis van artillerie, saam met alle ander wat nog nie ingeskryf is nie die Eerste of Tweede Brigades. Een ekstra bataljon van die Konfederale vrywilligers is onder bevel van die Missouri State Guard General McBride geplaas.

Onder bevel van kolonel Archibald MacFarlane, luitenant -kolonel Waldo P. Johnson, is majoor Stephen W. Wood op die 4de Missouri Volunteer Infantry gevorm deur die samesmelting van die 1ste Missouri Infanteriebataljon, Fagin's en MacFarlane se Infanteriebataljonne op 30 April 1862. volle sterkte bereik het, op 7 November 1862 is die 4de Missouri Volunteer Infantry saamgevoeg met die 1ste Missouri Infanterie om die '1st & amp; 4th Consolidated Missouri Infantry' te vorm en is onder bevel van kolonel Amos Riley geplaas, met Hugh A. Garland as luitenant Kolonel en Martin Burk as majoor. Hierdie eenheid was 'n integrale deel van die Missouri Brigade verbonde aan Price/Little's Division en Bowen's Division. Beskou as die Souths Finest militêre eenheid en waarskynlik die beste militêre eenheid aan weerskante, was die Missouri Brigade een van die eerste en laaste eenhede wat in die burgeroorlog optree. Tussen 1861 en 1865 het die Missouri -brigade in 13 groot gevegte, 6 beleëringe en talle ander verlowings optree. Van die meer as 8 000 Missouri -soldate wat in die Missouri -brigade geveg het, was slegs 300 oor na die laaste geveg in April 1865.

Kompanjie E van die 4de Missouri -infanterie (CSA) is gevorm uit die Missouri State Guard (MSG) -ondernemings wat op 25 Maart 1861 in diens geneem is deur kolonel James Shaler (uiteengesit deur General Frost). Kompanjie E is op 25 Maart 1862 gestig toe kaptein Norval Spangler's Company en Kaptein Stephen W. Wood's Company is gekonsolideer in Kompanjie E (4de Missouri Infanterie) met Norval Spangler wat as kaptein oorgebly het (Spangler was verkies sy kaptein op 9 Februarie 1862, en Wood is in Februarie 1862 tot sy geselskap se kaptein verkies). Die meerderheid van die mans in Company E was van Henry County (Spangler's Company) en Laclede County (Wood's Company) in die suidweste van Missouri. Hierdie manne was geharde en selfstandige bergklimmers en was van die beste troepe van die MSG. Soos alle grensmanne was hulle skerpsinnig, flink, versigtig, listig en gereed vir alle noodgevalle, en soos alle agterbosbouers, was hulle moed rustig, bestendig, bewusteloos. (Bladsy 93, The Souths Finest, The First Missouri Confederate Brigade van Pea Ridge na Vicksburg deur Phillip Thomas Tucker). Toe die 4de vrywillige infanterie van Missouri met die 1ste Missouri -infanterie saamgesmelt word, is kompanie E van die 4de Missouri -infanterie gekonsolideer met kompanie H van die 4de Missouri -infanterie om kompanie E van die 1ste en 4de gekonsolideerde Missouri -infanterie te vorm.

Nadat hy Springfield, Missouri, op 12 Februarie 1862 ontruim het, kombineer General Price CSA/MSG -magte na Arkansas en sluit by CSA -magte aan onder generaal Ben McCulloch. Onder bevel van generaal Earl Van Dorn is die Missouri -troepe van generaal Sterling Price en generaal McCulloch Arkansas -troepe verslaan deur uniemagte by die Slag van Elkhorn Tavern (AKA: Pea Ridge) op 6 en 7 Maart 1862. Sedert Kompanie E 4de MO Infanterie -CSA was slegs gedeeltelik georganiseer; dit was waarskynlik tydens kaptein Norval Spangler in Kompanie C, of ​​Kaptein Wood in Kompanjie H, tydens hierdie verlowing en was onder bevel van kolonel Colton Green.

In die lente van 1861 is 'n kompanie van die Missouri State Guard (MSG) -troepe in Lebannon saam met R.J. Wickersham as kaptein Joseph Craig (1ste), James H. Wickersham (2de) en Charles Kethcum (3de) as luitenante. Hierdie geselskap het eers by Schable se bataljon infanterie aangesluit en het Springfield (MO) verlaat ten tyde van die verlowing met generaal Fremont se lyfwag. Na hierdie verlowing is die onderneming geherorganiseer en by General Price se weermag by Osceola aangesluit en onder die bevel van kolonel Colton Green geplaas. Die kompanie bly egter 'n bataljon in die McBride -afdeling van MSG -troepe.

Na die Slag van Peachtree Creek was generaal Hood vasbeslote om genl.maj. James B. McPhersons Army van die Tennessee aan te val. Hy het in die nag sy hoofleër teruggetrek van die buitenste lyn van Atlanta na die binneste lyn, en Sherman verlei om te volg. Intussen het hy William J. Hardee met sy korps op 'n optog van vyftien myl gestuur om die onbeskermde Unie links en agter, oos van die stad, te tref. Wheelers se kavallerie sou verder op die Shermans -toevoerlyn funksioneer, en genl. Frank Cheathams -korps sou die front van die Unie aanval. Hood het egter die tyd wat nodig was om die optog te onderneem bereken, en Hardee kon eers in die middag aanval. Hoewel Hood Sherman vir eers uitgemanoeuvreer het, was McPherson bekommerd oor sy linkerflank en het hy sy reserwes, Grenville Dodges XVI Army Corpsto, na die plek gestuur. Twee van Hoods -afdelings het hierdie reserwemag raakgeloop en is afgeweer. Die Rebel -aanval het aan die agterkant van die Unie vasgesteek, maar het begin om die linkerflank op te rol. Ongeveer dieselfde tyd het 'n Konfederale soldaat McPherson doodgeskiet toe hy uitry om die gevegte waar te neem. Vasberade aanvalle duur voort, maar die Unie -magte het vasgehou. Omstreeks 16:00 het die Cheathams -korps deur die Union -front by die Hurt House gebreek, maar Sherman het twintig artilleriestukke op 'n slag naby sy hoofkwartier versamel om hierdie Konfederate op te hou en hul rit te stop. Genl.maj. John A. Logan se XV Army Corps het daarna 'n teenaanval gelei wat die Unie -lyn herstel het. Die Unie -troepe het vasgehou, en Hood het groot ongevalle gely.

Adkins, Abner MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. A. Adkins is op die lys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Baker, William S. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Bales, Thomas MO 4de Inf. Co E

Barker, J.S. MO 4de inf. Co E

Barker, J.E. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Barker, R.F. MO 4de inf. Co E

Barnett, James MO 4de Inf. Co E

Barnhart, James MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. T. Barnhart was gelys as gewond terwyl hy Captain Wood's Company H onder kolonel Colton Green (Derde Brigade) bedien tydens optrede naby Elkhorn Tavern (AK) op 7 en 8 Maart 1862 .

Berry, George MO 4de inf. Co E

Blackwell, E.L. MO 4de inf. Co E

Blewett, E.K. MO 4de inf. Co E

Blewett, E.C. MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. Eli C. Blewett het in die MO 4th Co gedien voordat dit in Co E gekonsolideer is en op 29 November 1862 gesterf het.

Bohannon, F.M. MO 4de inf. Co E

F.M. Bohannon het vermoedelik by die Unie gedien voor die einde van die burgeroorlog.

Bond, James M. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. James M. Bond is op die lys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Cockerell, W.L. MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. W.L. Cockrell was gelys as wo ongedwonge terwyl hy Captain Spangler's Company C onder kolonel Colton Green (Derde Brigade) bedien tydens optrede naby Elkhorn Tavern (AK) op 7 en 8 Maart 1862 .

Coffe, Henry MO 4de inf. Co E

Covington, James T. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. J.N. Cox is tydens die Slag van Wilson Creek op 10 Augustus 1861 as gewond gelys terwyl hy in Kompanie E (8ste Regiment Kavalleriedivisie - 2de Brigade) gedien het.

Crawford, Edward MO 4de inf. Co E

Crosswhite, Samuel MO 4de inf. Co E

Curd, Woodford MO 4de inf. Co E

Davis, Joseph MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. J. Davis is genoteer as Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Pvt. J.C. Davis is genoteer as Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA

Pvt. W.R. Davis is genoteer as Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Dennison, George MO 4de inf. Co E

Doyle, Toliver MO 4de inf. Co E

Doyle, T.S. MO 4de inf. Co E Cpl.

Doyle, J.G. MO 4de inf. Co E Sgt.

Ferguson, J.G. MO 4de inf. Co E

Foster, Henog MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. E. Faster is gelys van gevangenes wat in Vicksburg gevang is uit Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA

Givens, F.M. MO 4de inf. Co E

Goff, Frederick MO 4de Inf. Co E

Halley, J.J. MO 4de inf. Co E

Halley, W.F. MO 4de inf. Co E

Harnas, William MO 4de inf. Co E

Harrison, W.G. MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. W.G. Harrison is gelys as gewond terwyl hy Captain Spangler's Company C bedien het onder kolonel Colton Green (Derde Brigade) tydens aksie naby Elkhorn Tavern (AK) op 7 en 8 Maart 1862 .

Harrison, B.B. MO 4de inf. Co E

Holland, W. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. W. Holland was gelys as gewond terwyl hy Captain Spangler's Company C bedien het onder kolonel Colton Green (Derde Brigade) tydens optrede naby Elkhorn Tavern (AK) op 7 en 8 Maart 1862 .

Hooker, J.A. MO 4de inf. Co E

Hopkins, G.W. MO 4de inf. Co E

Kaptein George W. Hopkins is op 12 Junie 1861 verkies tot kaptein van Kompanjie D (7de Regt. Kavallerie, 8ste Afdeling) en bedank Desember (Co D is Vernon Co. Bataljon van Golgota).

Kaptein G.W. Hopkins (8ste Regiment Kavalleriedivisie - 2de Brigade) is as gewond gelys tydens die Slag van Wilson Creek op 10 Augustus 1861.

Hopkins, A.B. MO 4de inf. Co E

Sers. A.B. Hopkins is op die lys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Hough, William MO 4de inf. Co E

Hough, Cary MO 4de inf. Co E

Volgens berig word Cary Hough op 3 Oktober 1862 tydens die Slag van Korinte (MS) vermoor.

Hughes, G.L. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Jarrell, William G. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Ketchum, Charles MO 4de inf. Co E Sgt.

Charles Ketchum (gebore 1840 in MO) was laasgenoemde bevorder tot luitenant en word gelys in Laclede Co (MO) Burgeroorlogveterane.

Pvt. C. Ketchum is gelys as 'Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg' van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Charles Ketchum was 20 jaar oud en woon in 1850 in Laclede County (MO).

Lawrence, Albert MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. A. Lawrence was gelys as gewond terwyl hy Captain Spangler's Company C bedien het onder kolonel Colton Green (Derde Brigade) tydens aksie naby Elkhorn Tavern (AK) op 7 en 8 Maart 1862 .

Levy, R.A. MO 4de inf. Co E 1st Sgt.

Lowden, Daniel MO 4de Inf. Co E Sgt.

Martin, W.A. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Martin, James H. MO 4de Inf. Co E

McDowell, A.C. MO 4de inf. Co E

Montgomery, R.P. MO 4th Inf. Co E Moor, Charles W. MO 4de Inf. Co E Bladsy, J.B. 1- 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. J.B. Page is gelys as 'Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg' van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Bladsy, W.A. Jr. 1- 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. W.A. Page Jr. is gelys as 'Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg' van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Bladsy, William A. (Sr.) MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. William Page (8ste Regiment Kavalleriedivisie 8de Afdeling - 2de Brigade) is as gewond gelys tydens die Slag van Wilson Creek op 10 Augustus 1861.

Pvt. W.A. Page Sr. is gelys van gevangenes wat in Vicksburg gevange geneem is uit Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Parsons, W.C. 1- 4de inf. Co E

Sers. W.C. Parsons is gelys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Patton, William MO 4de inf. Co E

Turf, Warren MO 4de Inf. Co E

Percey, F.M. MO 4de inf. Co E

Pratt, Milton MO 4de inf. Co E

Ragland, John M. MO 4de Inf. Co E Sgt.

Sers. J.M. Ragland is genoteer as gevangenes wat in Vicksburg gevange geneem is uit Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Raaisel, O.S. MO 4de inf. Co E

Pvt. O.S. Riddle is gelys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Roberts, J.C. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Robinson, A.J. MO 4de inf. Co E

Ross, Elias MO 4de Inf. Co E

Sims, J. MO 4de Inf. Co E
Stolligs, Lorenzo MO 4th Inf. Co E

Pvt. L. Stollings is gelys van gevangenes wat in Vicksburg gevange geneem is uit Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Stolling, Joel A. MO 4de Inf. Co. Stone, W.W. MO 4de inf. Co. E Kleur Cpl.

Brev. Lt. W. Stone is gelys as 'n beampte van Kompanie C of E wat in aksie was in die Slag van Wilson Creek op 10 Augustus 1861.

Thomas, Daniel MO 4de Inf. Co E

Tompkins, J.N.C. MO 4de inf. Co E

Wagoner, G.W. MO 4de inf. Co E

Walker, H.C. MO 4de inf. Co E

Walker, F.D. MO 4de inf. Co E

Wiley, Thomas J. MO 4de Inf. Co E

Pvt. T.J. Wiley is op die lys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Wiley, William MO 4de inf. Co E Cpl.

Kpl. W. Wiley is op die lys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Wilson, J.H. MO 4de inf. Co E (Ernstig gewond in Altoona)

Pvt. T.A. Wilson is gelys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Wilson, Henry C. MO 4de Inf. Co E Cpl.

Kpl. H.C. Wilson is gelys van Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.

Pvt. RB. Woods is genoteer as Prisoners Captured at Vicksburg van Company E, 1-4th MO Infantry-CSA.


Burgeroorlogdiens [wysig | wysig bron]

Kort na die aanvang van die burgeroorlog het pro-konfederasie-faksies in Missouri georganiseer as die Missouri State Guard, en Slack, met sy vorige militêre ervaring en politieke verbintenisse, is deur die goewerneur van Missouri Claiborne F. Jackson aangestel as brigadier-generaal in bevel van die 5de afdeling van die MSG. Sy opdrag dateer van 4 Julie 1861. Tydens 'n herorganisasie van die Wag in Augustus, het Slack die bevel geneem oor die 4de afdeling, wat bestaan ​​uit kavallerie en infanterie. Hy het aksie in die veldslae van Kartago en Springfield gesien. Hy is op 10 Augustus deur 'n koeël in die linkerheup gewond tydens die Slag van Wilson's Creek. Ώ ] Γ ]

Einde Oktober het Slack voldoende herstel om sy veldpligte te hervat. Hy neem bevel oor die 2de brigade van die Missouri State Guard op 23 Januarie 1862. Op 7 Maart van daardie jaar is hy weer in die linkerheup geskiet tydens die Slag van Pea Ridge (Elkhorn Tavern) in Arkansas. Hy is na 'n huis gebring, 'n kilometer in die agterste lyne, waar hy verbeter het en vermoedelik herstel het. Vanweë die vrees dat hy deur die magte van die Unie gevang kan word, is hy sewe kilometer ooswaarts na 'n veldhospitaal in Battle of Pea Ridge (Elkhorn Tavern) in Arkansas vervoer, waar sy toestand vinnig versleg het. Hy het twee weke lank vertoef voordat hy vroeg in die oggend van 21 Maart gesterf het. Hy is begrawe in die erf, maar in 1880 is sy oorskot opgegrawe en weer in die Fayetteville Konfederale Begraafplaas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, opgegrawe. Β ]

Ironies genoeg, weens kommunikasievertragings tussen die Trans-Mississippi-distrik en die Confederacy's War Department in die verre Richmond, Virginia, is sy formele opdrag as brigadier-generaal in die Konfederale Weermag postuum toegeken dateer uit 12 April 1862. Ώ ] & #914 en#93

Sy bevelvoerder by Pea Ridge, Sterling Price, beskou Slack as een van "my beste en dapperste offisiere." Δ ]


WILLIAM YARNELL SLACK, CSA - Geskiedenis

Geleë langs die sagte helling van 'n Ozarks
nok, konfederate begraafplaas beslaan a
pragtige omgewing met uitsig oor die historiese
Noord -Arkansas, stad Fayetteville.

Die begraafplaas bevat die oorblyfsels van mans
wat in diens van die Konfederasie geval het in
Noordwes -Arkansas, hoofsaaklik in Benton en
Washington Counties. Van die soldate
hier begrawe, is aan siekte weens siekte oorlede
gery kampe, terwyl ander in die geveg geval het
een van die gewelddadigste en desperaatste
betwiste fronte van die burgeroorlog.

Hulle grafte het oorspronklik oor die landskap gestrek
van Noordwes -Arkansas, maar in 1878 het die
Southern Memorial Association van
Washington County het die pragtige gevestig
begraafplaas en opgegrawe gevalle soldate van
dwarsdeur die streek en het hulle hierheen gebring
vir die laaste begrafnis. Die poging het grof saamgeval
met 'n soortgelyke poging om Union dood te bring
die streek na die Fayetteville National
Begraafplaas.

Baie van die soldate begrawe by die Konfederasie
Begraafplaas val in die Slag van Pea Ridge in
Maart 1862 of tydens die Slag van Prairie Grove
net nege maande later. Hierdie twee aksies
was een van die felste van die burgeroorlog in
die Weste en 'n stewig gevestigde Unie
beheer van die staat Missouri en Noordwes
Arkansas ook. Brigadier -generaal William
Yarnell Slack, wat op 20 Maart 1862 oorlede is,
van wonde wat by Pea Ridge ontvang is
onder die soldate wat nou hier rus.

Ander val in die Slag van Fayetteville of
talle ander kleiner verbintenisse
dwarsdeur die streek geveg.

Baie sterf egter aan siekte en
siekte tydens die wrede winters van 1861
en 1862, toe Konfederale soldate in die
Ozarks het ondenkbare ontberings verduur.

Die begraafplaas bevat honderde sulke
grafte, ingerig in pragtige rye daaronder
manjifieke bome en bevelvoerende 'n
uitstekende uitsig oor die stad Fayetteville
hieronder. Die rotsmuur rondom die historiese
begraafplaas is in 1885 gebou van inheems
klip. Die hoë Konfederale monument op
die terrein is omstreeks 1898 opgerig en
vorm 'n middelpunt van die begraafplaas.

Konfederale begraafplaas in Fayetteville is
geleë in Rockstraat naby die kruising
met Willow op die berghelling net oos
van die middestad. Dit kyk uit oor die webwerf van
die Slag van Fayetteville.

Klik hier om 'n lys van die
bekende soldate wat hier begrawe is. Jy kan ook
klik hier om die bladsy van die Suidelike te besoek
Memorial Association van Washington County.

Die Konfederale Begraafplaas is oop vir die publiek
gedurende normale dagligure. Daar is geen
koste om te besoek.

Vakbond soldate dood in die optrede wat geneem is
plek in Noordwes -Arkansas begrawe word
die nabygeleë Fayetteville National Cemetery.


Rooster van bekende soldate begrawe in die Konfederale begraafplaas

Die name van die Konfederale soldate wat hieronder aangeteken is, is saamgestel uit 'n lys wat in die Fayetteville -demokraat in 1874 deur die dames van die Southern Memorial Association. Ander name is bygevoeg wat verskyn het in 'n geskiedenisboek oor die Southern Memorial Association wat in 1956 deur die SMA -lid, Rowena Gallaway, saamgestel is, asook koerantberigte en voortgesette navorsing. Die huidige beamptes werk aan die verkryging van militêre en genealogiese rekords vir hierdie soldate. Ons is geïnteresseerd in enige regstellings of inligting rakende hierdie mans. Kontak die Southern Memorial Association

ARKANSAS AFDELING

BARNETT, Thomas L (1839-1862) Co. A 34th Ark. Inf.

Volgens familiegeskiedenis is Thomas L. Barnett gebore op 29 November 1839 in Bedford County, Tennessee. As seun emigreer hy saam met sy ouers, Isaac en Susan Hern Barnett en broers en susters George W., John, Catherine en Isaac P. na Washington County, Arkansas. Die gesin vestig hulle op Little Wild Cat Creek naby die huidige Steele en bewerk een van die beste kreekbodemplase in Noordwes -Arkansas. Op 18 Desember 1859 trou Thomas met Susan E. Mount en hulle boer op 'n stuk grond 'n half kilometer oos van sy ouers se plaas. Die Barnetts het twee dogters gehad. Tennessee is gebore in 1860 en Nancy is gebore in 1862. Thomas het as vrywilliger diens gedoen vir die konfederale diens in Kompanjie A, 34ste Regiment van die Arkansas Volunteer Infantry in Augustus 1862. Hy is vermoor tydens die Slag van Prairie Grove op 7 Desember , 1862. Die weduwee en dogters van Thomas het 'n tyd lank by sy ouers gewoon. Later het haar broer, John Isham Mount, en sy gesin saam met Susan en dogters gewoon op die plaas wat Thomas voor die oorlog bedryf het. John Mount het ook by die Konfederasie gedien, maar in 1881 is hy op 2 Junie 1881 vermoor terwyl hy as adjunk -balju van Washington County gedien het. Die sensus van 1880 toon dat Susan E. Barnett die hoof van die huishouding in Elm Springs Township is, waarskynlik op dieselfde plaas wat haar twee dogters en die man van Nancy, John Taylor, insluit. Van ongeveer 1892 tot haar dood op 2 Februarie 1912 het Susan 'n pensioen uit die staat Arkansas ontvang op grond van Thomas se diens aan die Konfederasie. Thomas is begrawe in die Konfederale Begraafplaas in Fayetteville en Susan is begrawe langs haar ouers en twee broers en susters in die Mount Comfort -begraafplaas.

BLAKE, James (Benton County)

BUTLER, Benjamin (VanBuren County)

CAMPBELL, Alex (van Cane Hill)

COPELAND, J.F. (Sevier County)

DAVIS, James (13 Nov 1820 – 19 Apr 19 1863) Oorlede in die Slag van Fayetteville

EDWARDS, George met Tuck Smith ’s Company

GREENWOOD, Jackson (Lawrence County)

HARRISON, James M. (1821-26 Maart 1906) Co. H 15de Ark. Inf. kom uit 'n Washington County, Arkansas, 'n gesin wat in die Cane Hill -omgewing woon. Hy het vroeg aangesluit by die 3rd Regiment, 1st Corps Army van Arkansas onder bevel van kolonel John R. Gratiot. Sy eenheid het gevegte by Wilson ’s Creek in Missouri op 10 Augustus 1861 beleef en later het hierdie eenheid ontbind en deel geword van die gewone Konfederale Weermag en het hy saam met Kompanjie H van die 15de Arkansas Infanterie, (McRae ’s/Hobb ’s) diens gedoen met the eventual rank of 3rd Lt. He was at the Battle of Pea Ridge on 6th and 7th of March 1862. His unit then marched on to Des Arc in Prairie County where it boarded a steamboat, Sovereign, landing in Memphis on 11 April 1862. His unit saw the remainder of its service in Mississippi. Lt. Harrison was seriously wounded at the Battle of Port Gibson, Mississippi on 1 May 1863. He was captured by the enemy after his regiment retreated. He never fully recovered from his wound and died after the surrender of Vicksburg on 4 July 1863. His body was then brought to Washington County, Arkansas. After the establishment of the Confederate Cemetery his remains were laid to rest there. More information about James Harrison can be found at the University of Arkansas Special Collections Library which documents his military service and letters.(1821-26 Mar 1906) Co. H 15th Ark. Inf.

HUTCHENSON, R.C. The Southern Memorial Association received the following information by email in November of 2012: The page stated that you are seeking information on the men buried in the cemetery, and I believe I can shed light onto one of them. He is listed on this page as “R.C. Hutchenson”. It should actually be “Hutcheson”. R.C. stands for Richard his middle name is most likely Capers, as his sister named her eldest son Richard Capers, but this has not been confirmed for this Richard. He is the son of another Richard C. Hutcheson, a native of Mecklenburg County, Virginia, and Nancy Isabella Wolf, daughter of Michael Wolf, and sister of Major Jacob Wolf, the owner of the famed Wolf House, the oldest standing structure in Arkansas which is now a national landmark. Now, “our” Richard C. Hutcheson is known to have died in the Civil War. He was serving in the Arkansas 14th Infantry (Powers’), though most of their early regimental records are lost and therefore he does not have a Civil War Service record. We do, however, have the letters of the surgeon of the 14th, a man named Dr. John Madison Casey. During the Civil War, he was courting Richard’s 1st cousin, Mollie Cummins Wolf, daughter of Major Jacob Wolf. Those letters have since been published you can find the book here: http://www.amazon.com/Courting-Letters-Madison-Mollie-Cummins/dp/0971314136

In 2 of these letters, while serving in the 14th, he mentions Mollie’s cousin, Richard Hutcheson. In the first, he states that Richard is very ill. In the second, he mentions that Richard’s brother, John, is ill as well and is fearful of meeting his brother’s fate, because Richard had died. Richard is not mentioned anywhere else, but we know from these letters that he died while serving with the 14th, Dr. Casey’s and his brother John Hutcheson’s unit. I believe the “R.C. Hutchenson” buried in this cemetery to be our Richard. It was not uncommon for their last name to be misspelled. In my research, I have seen it as Hutchison, Hutchisson, Hutchinson, Hutchenson, and even Hutchecon in some of his brother’s service record their name is mis-transcribed as Hutchenson, as I believe to be the case here. I have scoured Arkansas 1860 Census records for any other Richard, Robert, Riley, or just “R” and “R.C.” Hutcheson’s, Hutchinson’s, and Hutchenson’s to see if another man could potentially be this “R.C. Hutchenson” but have not found any other matches, so in conclusion I believe this man to be our Richard C. Hutcheson. Feel free to mention any of this information in any records you have regarding the cemetery. For more on Richard C. Hutcheson, you’ll find him in the 1850 Census and 1860 Census in North Fork, Izard, Arkansas (Richard “Hutcherson” and R.C. “Hutchison”, respectively). Please let me know if you believe my conclusion to be a sound one. Regards, Nathan Marks

J.,T.T. from Hempstead County

MOULDER, _____ (from Fort Smith)

NARRAD, Jeremiah with Hill’s Regt.

PAULEY, Q.M. Sers. Andrew C. (wounded in Battle of Fayetteville, died June 1863), Mack Rieff’s Company

PERKINS, Thomas (from Washington County)

POPE, _____ from Benton County

PULLMAN,_____ (Stand Watie’s Regiment)

RAGSDALE, William Benjamin (Washington County)

ROBBINS, Lewis (Washington County)

RUDE, William (from Elm Springs)

SHARP, John (from Cane Hill)

SMITH, Joel Flood (killed in Confederate service 23 Feb 1862)

SNIDER, Lewis C. with Hill’s Regt.

THORNSBERRY, Hiram Pvt. (1843 Scott Co., Virginia-1863) Co. C 30th Ark. Inf. Brook’s Regiment. According to the Madison County Cemetery book Vol 1 pg 139, Hiram was killed by bushwhackers walking along the road by Mill Creek, near Combs while on his way to St. Paul. He had been warned of the danger, but he went anyway. He had been working for the Christopher Walker family & was probably on his way back there after visiting with his father and brothers. He was buried at Pea Ridge, later to be moved to the Confederate Cemetery in Fayetteville.

WALKER, W.H. (Washington County)

WHITE, William (Longview, Ashley County)

MISSOURI SECTION

BARTON, William (Platte County)

BLISS, Lt. _____ Engineer Corps

BURGETT, Lt. _____ Clark’s Battery

HAWKINS, Grundy Co. G Thomson Regt., Shelby’s Regt.

JAMES, Abijah (Platte County)

JOBE, William (from California, Missouri)

LANSFORD, B.F. Campbell’s Company

LANSFORD, R.E. Campbell’s Company

LUCKETT, Henry (his grave is the 5th grave west of the cedar tree in the last row of Missouri graves)


WILLIAM YARNELL SLACK, CSA - History

While browsing through the Daily Dispatch, Richmond, Va., I ran across an obituary of General William Y. Slack, who was mortally wounded at Pea Ridge. Following are some excerpts regarding his service in the Missouri State Guard, with only some modifications as to spelling.

. he resumed the practice of law at Chillicothe, which he continued to pursue until he received from Gov. Jackson the appointment of Brigadier-General of the 4th Military District, when he turned his attention to the organization of troops according to the military law of the State of Missouri. He had mustered in but a few companies, and these far apart, at different points in the district, when eight hundred Federals were landed from the cars, on the night of the 14th of June, 1861, at Chillicothe and he was forced to leave his home and family, to which he was destined never to return.

From this time until his death he was constantly in the field, using every effort and energy in the cause of Southern independence. During the fatiguing and harassing marches of the State Guard, he was always at his post, and shared the fare, the dangers and the hardships of his men. He participated and contributed largely to the success of the battles of Carthage and Oak Hills. At the latter he was dangerously wounded in the hip, which at first was thought to be mortal but by the strict attention of Dr. Keith, his family physician, and the careful nursing of his faithful and affectionate wife, who encountered every danger and came to him, he at last recovered, and again took command of his division the 11th of October following.

When the troops belonging to the Missouri State Guard were being mustered into the Confederate States service last winter, Gen. Slack used every effort to induce the men under his command to join it, nearly all of whom took his advice and are still in the service.

A short time before the commencement of the retreat from Springfield, Gen. Slack was appointed by General Price to command the second brigade of Missouri Confederates, a body consisting of companies which had not been organized into regiments or battalions in all about fifteen hundred men. It was with these men, and the 4th Division Missouri State Guard, that Gen. Van-Dorn, in his report of the battle of Elkhorn, speaks of Gen. Slack as "gallantly maintaining a continued and successful attack." At this battle, about noon, on March 7th, Gen. Slack was mortally wounded, the ball entering an inch above the old wound he received at Oak Hill, ranging downwards, and which, wounding the sacral plexus of nerves, produced paralysis of the urinary organs, which resulted in inflammation and gangrene. He was caught by Colonel Scott, his aide-de-camp, when about to fall from his horse, and, with the assistance of others, carefully conveyed in an ambulance to a house in Sugar Hollow used for a hospital, where his wound was skillfully dressed by Dr. Austin, the division surgeon. The next day, when the order was given to fall back, he was placed in an ambulance and conveyed to Andrew Rallers, eight miles east of the battle ground, accompanied by Col. Cravens and Dr. Keith, of the 4th Division, and Sergeant Street, of the 2d brigade. Here he remained until the 16th, and seemed to be doing well, when, becoming apprehensive of being captured by the Federals, he desired his attendants to take him further away. They accordingly removed him seven miles further, to Moses's Mills, where he rapidly grew worse, and on Thursday, March 20th, at a quarter past 3 o'clock A. M., quietly breathed his last. The next morning he was buried eight miles east of the battle ground by his faithful friends and companions, all of whom after wards returned safely to the army. When told his end was approaching, he expressed no regrets, nor gave any evidence of alarm, but calmly awaited its arrival. His request to Dr. Keith to give his watch to his daughter, if he ever had an opportunity, was the only mention he made of his family or property.

None familiar with his capacities of General Slack, will deny that he possessed many of the qualifications requisite to constitute an efficient commander of volunteers. Temperate and abstemious in his habits impetuous, daring, and courageous, yet prudent, wary, and cautious, he was well calculated for skirmishing, or as a leader in a charge. But these are not the qualities which alone distinguished him. His mind was bold, clear, and vigorous, and altogether practical which, added to a sound and penetrating judgment, gave his opinions no ordinary weight in council while his business and orderly habits enabled him to conduct with ease and accuracy the affairs of his command. He was affable and courteous in his manners, generous and unselfish in his disposition, and kind and indulgent in his nature. His age was about forty five years.

But that which most distinguished him was his earnest devotion to the cause in which he fell. It was for this he gave up his beautiful home, its enjoyments and associations it was for this he encountered, with the fortitude of a soldier and patriot, the frosts and snows of winter, and the heat and dust of summer it was for this he endured the hardships, toils and privations of one of the longest, most active and bloodiest campaigns recorded, or to be recorded, on the pages of history it was for this he suffered long and painfully it was for this he looked death in the face in many shapes and forms it was for this he died! Many others of the great and noble of our land did the same, but none endured all more patiently, suffered all more gladly, or gave up their lives more freely. And of all the offerings yet laid upon the altar of State sovereignty and constitutional liberty, there is none purer or nobler than that offered by General W. Y. Slack.


Civil War and death [ edit | wysig bron]

Hughes was a cousin to Sterling Price and like Price professed Conditional Unionism until the Camp Jackson Affair, after which he joined the Missouri State Guard and was elected colonel of the 1st Regiment, 4th Division. He participated in the Battle of Carthage and the Battle of Wilson's Creek. He was slightly wounded in the Siege of Lexington. ΐ ]

At the Battle of Pea Ridge in March 1862, Hughes took over command of a brigade from the wounded Brigadier general William Yarnell Slack. Hughes returned to Missouri in the summer of 1862 to recruit for the Confederacy. At this time he may have been appointed as either an acting Confederate or Missouri State Guard brigadier general. No record of the appointment has been found but he was known as "general." Ώ ]

He, his recruits, and several other recruiting or partisan bands united to attack the garrison of Independence, Missouri on August 11, 1862 with Hughes in overall command. During this battle (the First Battle of Independence), he was killed instantly by a shot to the head while leading a charge, but the city was captured. He is interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Independence. ΐ] He left behind a wife, Mary, and five young sons. Β ]


WILLIAM L. SLACK

Civil War soldier.Serving in Co.I of the
11th Regiment Penn.Cavalry
Died om April 11,1892

Contributed on 6/8/13 by WILLD
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