If you need "help" in locating your soldiers units, a great place to start would be the National Parks Soldiers and Sailors pages. www.itd.nps.gov where you can do a search by units or by name.
Harper, Thomas C. Harper, William E.
From Troy Harper, we find these two men joining in April 1861 from Noxubee County, and assigned to Co. A of the MS 19th Infantry. This unit was assigned to Lee's Army of Northen VA.
These men were paroled as privates at Appamattox in 1865.
Update......there is a web site on the 19th Ms. http://members.aol.com/bfurr1/19thmiss.htm
James M. Sudbury
Served in Company A of the 19th Mississippi Infantry although this unit was not formed in Noxubee. He went in as a private and came out as a captain.
This company would have been the President Davis Guards.
You can contact Laura Edgerton at email@example.com for Sudbury family
G.W. (George) Sudberry
Laura Edgerton also gives us: George served in Company K of the 41st Mississippi Infantry. He served as a private the entire time he was in the service. She adds, I believe he is on the Memorial in Macon as Setberry.
The company K was also known as the Mississippi Rip Raps.
After the roster was posted, we heard from Emily Davis <EDavis5389@aol.com> who shared her Glass family Civil War information:
Listed in the Company G for the Civil War is an A. D. Glass & E. Glass.
Served in First Mississippi, Company G. CSA in Civil War. Father states he joined in Macon, Miss. March 1861 and served four years. He was captured by Union Army and paroled at Columbus, Miss, May 16, 1865. His confederate pension was filed for in Texas Feb. 1907 and granted on Sept. 19, 1907. "Abb", as he was called, was born 1843 Bibb Co., AL, and died. 1920, Limestone Co., TX.
He was born 1846 Bibb Co., AL, and died 1943, in Harrison Co., TX. The following is his obit. from the Marshall, Harrison Co., TX paper:
"Ebenezer Robert Glass, 96, who came to Texas in 1872 and Harrison
County's last verteran of the war between the states, died Friday night
here and funeral services were conducted, Saturday at San Antonio.Glass
was born in Bibb County, Alabama, September 29, 1846. He joined the
Confederate army at 15, serving under Gen. Bedford Forrest. In a battle
near Selma, Ala. his hat was shot off three times. "I heistated
a moment before picking it up the third time", he replied. Glass moved
to Texas after the war and lived in Falls County 35 years. He
later lived in New Mexico, but returned to Cotulla, LaSalle Co., TX. He has made his home here with his son several years.He is survived by one son, E. E. Glass, Marshall, TX, two daughters, Mrs. T. H. Poole, Cotulla, TX, and Dr. Hazel Glass, San Antonio, TX, and 2 brothers Walter and Felix of Waco, TX; 6 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and 1
We now have two pages with the Wootten Family Information. Please take time to read this article which was submitted by Beth Zimmer, firstname.lastname@example.org