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From: "Bill Smith" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] ARIZARD Digest, Vol 5, Issue 377
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 21:17:32 -0500
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Carold,
Would you look and see if there is a John C. Newman. Thanks.

Bill Smith
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> 1. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas (Carold Hodges)
> 2. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas (janice reed)
> 3. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas (A Easter)
> 4. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas ()
> 5. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas (Fern Estes)
> 6. Atten: Dolores - Loggins (janice reed)
> 7. Civil War Soldiers ()
> 8. Re: Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas (Carold Hodges)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 12:00:45 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Carold Hodges <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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> Sorry Dolores, there not any Loggains or Loggins listed in the book, only
> Logan.
> Carold
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> From: Dolores Raines/Sutton <>
> To:
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> Loggains or Loggins
> Please
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> Thanks
> Dolores Raines/Sutton
> Prague Okla
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> Use Keyword As The Raines Came Down to veiw my sites
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> ---------- Original Message ----------
> From: Carold Hodges <>
> To:
> Subject: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:21:22 -0700 (PDT)
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> A good while back I posted information from two books that I have titled
> "Additional Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas". Had a lot of inquiries and
> hopefully helped some of you. If there is anyone else out there that
> would like
>
> for me to check for surnames or individuals, let me know, and I will be
> happy to
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> do so.
>
> Carold
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> From: "janice reed" <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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> Hi Delores,
> Sorry to but in, but since you are looking for Loggins' and from OK,
> thought
> you might want to look at what was on genforum website.
> http://genforum.genealogy.com/loggins/messages/437.html
> Has a lot of information on Loggins.
> Janice Reed
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dolores Raines/Sutton" <>
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> Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2010 12:35 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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>> Loggains or Loggins
>> Please
>>
>> Thanks
>> Dolores Raines/Sutton
>> Prague Okla
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>> Use Keyword As The Raines Came Down to veiw my sites
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>> ---------- Original Message ----------
>> From: Carold Hodges <>
>> To:
>> Subject: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
>> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:21:22 -0700 (PDT)
>>
>> A good while back I posted information from two books that I have titled
>> "Additional Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas". Had a lot of inquiries and
>> hopefully helped some of you. If there is anyone else out there that
>> would like
>> for me to check for surnames or individuals, let me know, and I will be
>> happy to
>> do so.
>>
>> Carold
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> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 15:56:20 -0500
> From: A Easter <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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> Russell and McCurdy...thanks in advance!
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>> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:21:22 -0700
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>> To:
>> Subject: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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>> A good while back I posted information from two books that I have titled
>> "Additional Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas". Had a lot of inquiries and
>> hopefully helped some of you. If there is anyone else out there that
>> would like
>> for me to check for surnames or individuals, let me know, and I will be
>> happy to
>> do so.
>>
>> Carold
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> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 16:06:12 -0500 (CDT)
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> Hello Carold, Would you check these names for me in "Additional Civil War
> Soldiers in Arkansas" ?
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> Zachary (Zacheriah) Taylor Ring....
> Joseph W. Johnson
> George W. Bland
> John Hamlet
> Martin Ring
> Benjeman Hamilton
> Jesse Previtt/Prewitt
> Bryant Tindel/Tindell
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> Thank you very much for checking.
> Ginny
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> ----- Original Message -----
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> Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2010 18:50:37 -0400
> From: "Fern Estes" <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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> Carold,
> Would you please check for Michael Hively and Allen Whitfield?
> Thanks.....Fern
>
> Quoting Carold Hodges <>:
>> A good while back I posted information from two books that I have titled
>> "Additional Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas". Had a lot of inquiries and
>> hopefully helped some of you. If there is anyone else out there that
>> would like
>> for me to check for surnames or individuals, let me know, and I will
>> be happy to
>> do so.
>>
>> Carold
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> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 17:51:39 -0500
> From: "janice reed" <>
> Subject: [ARIZARD] Atten: Dolores - Loggins
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> Hi Dolores,
> I found one enlistment for a J.C. Loggins in Arkansas (I couldn't find the
> location he lived in)
>
> Card Number 51833078 #422 Confederate Records
> The Card Reads:
>
> J.C. Loggins
> Private
> Company A
> 3rd Confederate Infantry
>
> There are two cards:
> [1] The one above notes:
> Formerly known as the 18th (Marmaduke's) Regiment Arkansas Infantry.
> In April 1865, the 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 19th and 24th
> Regiments of the Arkansas Infantry
> and the 3rd Regiment of Confederate Infantry
> were consolidated to form the 1st Consolidated Regiment of Arkansas
> Infantry
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> [2] The second card is a Muster Roll Card.
> It notes that he enlisted February 5, 1864 at Rome, GA (this may not have
> been his first enlistment in the war)
> He died at a hospital in Atlanta, GA on Feb. 23, 1864. It also states that
> he was never paid for his enlistment.
>
> There is also a notation about Company H, 3rd Confederate Infantry.
> (It's hard to read, bad copy, but think he was in Co. H, when he died)
>
> At the bottom of the card it reads:
> The men of Company 1 were transferred to this company, April 23, 1862.
>
> By S.O. No. 25, A. and I. General Orders dated January 31, 1862, the
> designation of the 18th (Marmaduke's) Regiment Arkansas Infantry was
> changed to the 3rd Regiment Confederate Infantry.
>
> About April 9, 1865, the 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 19th,
> and 24th Regiment Arkansas Infantry and the 3rd Regiment Confederate
> Infantry were consolidated and formed the 1st Consolidated Arkansas
> Infantry which was paroled at Greensboro, N.C.
>
> MY NOTE: I don't know that much about the Companies, Regiments, etc, that
> was in AR during the Civil War. The soldiers enlisted for varying times
> and at different places. Maybe Carold can use this information to search
> further for your Loggins. He will knows a lot more about this stuff than
> I will ever know.
> Janice Reed
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> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 19:04:09 EDT
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> Carol,
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> Would you please check the name Barnes on your list?
>
> Thank you
> Velear "Vee" Barnes Krohn
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> Message: 8
> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 16:41:38 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Carold Hodges <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
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> There are no McCurdy listed. Here are the Russels that are listed:
>
> A.S. Russell - He was born in Perry County, Alabama in 1827. He joined
> May of
> 1862 with Company E, 29th Trans-Mississippi Infantry. He was captured in
> Helena
> and imprisoned at Alton, Illinois. He was taken to Johnson Island and
> exchanged
> in January of 1865. He lived in Dallas County, Arkansas after the war.
>
> Alexander Russell - He was born in Orange County, North Carolina in 1832.
> He
> was the son of William buried in Lenz or Nelson Cemetery and Jane
> (Thompson)
> buried in Lenz or Nelson Cemetery. Both are of North Carolina. He
> married in
> 1850 in Arkansas to Sarah Nelson of North Carolina. He enlisted in
> Company K,
> 11th Arkansas Infantry. After 2 months, ill health forced him to leave.
> He
> recovered and joined Company E, 2nd Arkansas Infantry, CSA. He operated
> in
> Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi, Heheld the rank of lieutenant but
> commanded the company almost the entire time. He lived in Saline County,
> Arkansas after the war.
>
> James M. Russell - He was born in Washington County, Arkansas on February
> 17,
> 1837. He was the son of J.B. and Ann (Coulter) both of Tennessee. He
> enlisted
> in 1862 with Col. Brook's Regiment, CSA. He lost his right arm below the
> elbow
> due to a cannon ball at Prairie Grove. He was hospitalized and
> discharged. He
> married in July of 1861 Mary Beller of Arkansas. He lived in Washington
> County,
> Arkansas after the war. He could have been buried in Russell Cemetery.
>
> John M. Russell - He was born in Greene County, Tennessee in 1844. He was
> the
> son of John and Elizabeth (Howell). He served 10 months in Company I, of
> Col.
> Glenn's Regiment, CSA. After the evacuation of Little Rock, he left that
> army
> and in 1863 he enlisted in the Federal Army in Company G, 3rd Arkansas
> Cavalry.
> He was captured at Arkadelphia in the spring of 1864. He was paroled
> after
> imprisoned for 2 weeks in Camden. Then he rejoined his command. He lived
> in
> Conway County, Arkansas after the war.
>
> John W. Russell - He was born in Alabama, Limestone County on December 10,
> 1831. He was the son of Alexander Russell and Rebecca Ann Cartwright. He
> married in 1855 in Alabama Louisa Breeding who died in 1855. He married
> in
> Alabama Susan Bickerstaff on May 10, 1879 who died in 1883. In Alabama he
> married in 1884 Dora Smith who lived 1 year after marriage and after
> childbirth. He married in Tennessee Mrs. Mary A. Archy. During the Civil
> War
> he enlisted in the Confederate service in 1864 in Malone's Battalion in
> Johnston's Army and served until the close of the war. He came to
> Arkansas in
> 1873. He lived in Lee County, Arkansas after the war.
>
> William H. Russell - He was born in McNairy County, Tennessee on October
> 22,
> 1830. He was the son of George and Annie (Hamm) who died April 2, 1861.
> In
> August of 1862 he enlisted in Company B, Col. Gordon's Regiment, CSA. He
> was
> active till the close of the war. November 11, 1859 he married Elizabeth
> McElroy of Tennessee who was born November 29, 1842. She died February
> 17,
> 1880. William died May 9, 1906. He and his wife were buried in Duncan
> Cemetery
> in Franklin County, Arkansas.
>
> Willis C. Russell - He was born in Carroll County, Arkansas on April 15,
> 1845.
> He was the son of Lewis and his second wife, Sarah Shropshire of
> Tennessee.
> Willis married February 17, 1865 to Mary Ann Goforth of Arkansas. He
> enlisted
> in 1862 in the Union Army, Company B, 6th Missouri Cavalry for 8 months.
> He was
> wounded at Hazlewood through the forearm. He was permanently disabled.
> However, he enlisted in the spring of 1863 with Company L, 6th Provisional
> Missouri. He served until September when his term expired. He then
> enlisted in
> Arkansas home troops, under Capt. George E. Gaddy until October of 1864.
> Then
> reorganized as Company N, 73rd Missouri Militia until discharged March of
> 1865.
> He assisted in the capture of General Marmaduke. He enlisted as a
> private,
> served as orderly-sergeant and bugler. He lived in Carroll County,
> Arkansas
> after the war. He died October 1, 1919.
>
> This information was taken from the book titled "Additional Civil War
> Soldiers
> In Arkansas, Volume 2 L-Z" by Rena Marie Knight.
>
> There was some discussion earlier about copyright. I have personally
> spoken
> with the author of this book and was given permission to share the
> information.
>
> Carold
>
>
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>> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:21:22 -0700
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>> Subject: [ARIZARD] Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas
>>
>> A good while back I posted information from two books that I have titled
>> "Additional Civil War Soldiers in Arkansas". Had a lot of inquiries and
>> hopefully helped some of you. If there is anyone else out there that
>> would like
>>
>> for me to check for surnames or individuals, let me know, and I will be
>> happy
>>to
>>
>> do so.
>>
>> Carold
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