Branham, George W., Private Company G Blankenship, Washington, Private Company H Greer, William, Private Company B of small-pox Hibbitts, Joseph, Corporal Company K Thompson, Samuel, Private Company D Huger, Wesley R., Private Company E Hughes, Walter, Private Company F Hatfield, Anderson, Private Company E, deserted McGuire, Jacob J., Private Company E KY Endicott, Samuel, Private Company I, captured at Wheeler's Ford, returned Nelson, Gabriel, Private Company G, discharged 21 Nov. 1864, at Ashland, KY Nunery, Thomas, Private Company D, O'Brine, Arthur, Private Company K Thornbury, Lewis, Private Company D, transferred Aug. 24, 1864, to Wells, Hiram, Private Company A Caudill, Thomas, Private Company E Hayton, Joseph, Private Company D KY Nelson, Milton, Private Company I KY Adkins, James D., Private Company D Hensley, Elijah, Corporal Company I, discharged at Ashland, KY, for Blankenship, P.J., Private Company I, deserted Sgt.-Maj., Nov. 1st, 1863, fever The casualties suffered by a typical American infantry regiment serving in World War II were horrendous. Stacey, William, Private Company I, died March 7, 1864, at Camp Nelson, Cole, Parkerson, Private Company C About twenty-five percent of this unit was sick in June, and there were 29 officers and 541 men present for duty in July. Company E, died April 18, 1863, at Lousia, Reynolds, Noah, Private Company A, killed Feb. 21, 1863, in Johnson Skeans, Thomas, Private Company F From Milwaukee the regiment moved to Memphis, Tennessee, between June 13-17, 1864. Goff, Martin, Private Company E KY Miliam, Samuel, Private Company A, discharged June 15th, 1865, at Covington, KY Jan. 9, 1864, supposed dead Mounts, David, Private Company I Robinson, Daniel M., Private Company C Ferry in Floyd County, KY Nov. 10, 1864 KY, by guerrillas Hall, James, Private Company I 9, 1864, supposed dead Maynard, Stephen, Private Company E, died April 23, 1863, at Ashland, Newsome, Davenport, Private Company B, transferred to Company K Allen, Jeremiah, Private Company H, deserted Martin, George W., Private Company F KY Wherley, Harvey, Wagoner Company K Stacy, Wiley, Private Company H, deserted and enlisted in the 10th Wilcox, George W., Private Company A Marcum, Thomas, Private Company I Vicars, William, Private Company C Blankenship, Daniel, Private Company H Jones, John, Private Company C Company C, discharged, commissioned in 6th Dempsey, Joseph B., Sergeant Company E Fletcher, Sylvester, Private Company G Beginning on March the 10th of 1862, the men had begun training at the Opelika Camp of Instruction. Johnson, John W., Private Company B, deserted March 25, 1863 45th Regt, Miss. Watson, John, Private Company I Hillman, Robert A., Sergeant Company A Bone, Cleveland, Corporal Company E Morgan, William, Private Company B, died July 19th, 1863, at Ashland, Louisa, KY, on account of disability Anderson, Miles J., Corporal Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at KY Price, William, Private Company E, deserted Hale, James W., Private Company K at Cynthiana, KY Baldwin, Jarvey, Private Company B Ford, John W., Sergeant Company B Its members were drawn from Pike, Barbour, Henry, Walker, and Russell counties. Boyd, Arthur, Sergeant Company G Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War. Robison, Harvey, Private Company B Poore, James M., Corporal Company K Justice, William C., Private Company D Burns, James A., Private Company E KY Captain in Company K per Special Order 43 [1] Damron, Spurlock, Private Company K Mullins, Allen, Private Company C Justice, William, Private Company C, Kazee, Jeremiah, Private Company G Hall, Richard, Private Company B Hunt, John, Private Company E, deserted Ratliff, Joel, Private Company D KY Hall, Alexander, Private Company I Reed, Amos, Private Company E, died June 2, 1864, at Louisa, KY Grant, John , Private Company B Huse, Gabriel, Private Company K, Isaacs, Francis, Private Company A, died Dec. 25th, 1864, at Lexington, Coleman, Daniel, Private Company H 23, 1863 Doss, John, Private Company G MD Charles, George W., Private Company I, captured and killed January Begley, Felix T., Sergeant Company F Miller, Samuel, Private Company K, deserted wound Elkins, Andrew J., Private Company B KY Dutton, Elias, Private Company E Bias, Daniel, Corporal Company B Payne, David L., Private Company I Enlisted as a private in Company B, 39th Regiment Georgia Infantry May 12, 1862. 1st Dakota Cavalry; Tennessee. Lacy, Keanas F., Private Company D, drowned March 16, 1865, Middle Smith, Curtis, Private Company D, died April 8, 1863, at Ashland, KY Rose, Thomas W., Private Company K Christian, Daniel, Corporal Company I, discharged June 2, 1864, at GA Bonds, John W. 91st Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group 893. Wolford, George, Private Company D Grant, John, Private Company I, unaccounted for, not on muster-out Gilliam, John W., Private Company D Collins, John, Private Company I Nesbitt, William H., Private Company C Volume 1, (pp. Hamilton, William, Corporal Company F, killed April 26, 1863, by accidental Kenady, Mc., Private Company K, deserted Cassell, Joshua Z., Private Company E McGuire, William, Private Company F, died of wounds June 15, 1864, Daniels, David, Private Company H, died Aug. 7, 1864, at Mt. Robinette, William, Private Company H, died June 11, 1865, in Richmond, Please read the following directions first! Jan. 22, 1865 Wiley, Elihue, Musician Company I Jones, Ambrose, Private Company B KY Daniels, Newton, Private Company G Davenport, William, Private Company A Maynard, James, Private Company K, deserted Riley, Daniel , Private Company C Epling, James H., Private Company D Collins, Nathaniel , Private Company B, discharged and promoted to Powers, John W., Private Company E, died May 28, 1863, at Ashland, Miller, Allen H., Sergeant Company G Colonel, promoted 22 Dec. 1863 Miller, Lafayette, Private Company G, deserted KY Brown, Marion, Private Company K Auxier, John B., Major Company A, promoted Dec. 22nd, 1863, resigned Swim, Charles D., Private Company C Harmon, Lorenzo D., Corporal Company G Price, Jesse, Private Company G, discharged 2 Jan. 1864, at Lexington, Damron, James, Private Company B Welch, Toliver, Private Company A, deserted March 26, 1863, at Louisa, Baity, James, Private Company K, deserted Ross, James, Private Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at Louisa, Preston, David, Private Company F, deserted Clay, George H., Corporal Company A Flanery, John L., Private Company F Baldwin, Alexander, Corporal Company B Company C, captured Dec. 4, 1862, released Bolen, Enoch, Private Company F Ford, James, Private Company B, died April 26th, 1863, at Louisa, KY Newsome, Samuel, Private Company K Adams, Jesse B., Private Company K, died 14 Dec 1864 at Louisa, KY Lockard, William, Corporal Company I March 26, 1865 Lykins, Moses, Private Company C Hatfield, Thompson, Private Company H, deserted Payne, John D., Private Company I Johnson, Joseph, Private Company C KY Crabtree, John, Private Company B, transferred to Company A Meade, Lorenzo D., Private Company A Kendrick, George M., Private Company G Thornbill, James, Private Company G, deserted KY, for disability Aldridge, Ali, Jr., Private Company I resigned Feb. 2, 1865 Browning, Miles B., Private Company D Mounts, Michael, Private Company C, deserted May 9, 1864 at Louisa, Scarbourough, John, Private Company H Hall, William, Private Company G, captured Dec. 4, 1862, died 15 Mar. Daniels, Stephen, Private Company E, deserted Roberson, Geo W., Jr, Private Company A Gibson, William, Private Company F Blankenship, Alfred, Private Company H Webb, Hezekiah, Captain Company F, resigned March 16, 1865 Damron, Moses D., Private Company B KY Riley, John , Private Company C Parsons, O.K., Private Company G Nelson, Israel, Private Company E Vicars, John G., Private Company C Barnett, Sebra, Corporal Company F, drowned June 23, 1865, near Cincinnati, In November the unit moved to "Camp Hill" near Gooch Mountain where it … of war in Richmond, VA Meade, Rodes, Private Company K Fields, Elisha, Private Company C Kiney, Henry, Private Company B May, David C., Private Company I Justice, Gilmore, Private Company I, deserted Pauley, Joseph S., Private Company E KY, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave #749 Leidy, Abraham, Private Company C Gilispie, Thomas R., Private Company C Elliott, Thomas W., Private Company A KY Fields, John, Private Company C, died April 18th, 1863, at Louisa, When the 9th Infantry Division was again reconstituted around 1972, this time at Fort Lewis, Washington, it was established again with the 2nd and the 3rd Battalions 39th Infantry (the 1st Battalion was serving with the 8th Infantry Division in Baumholder, Germany.) White, John, Private Company I Davis, Adam, Private Company I, captured and killed January 1, 1863 Burriss, James, Private Company E Hall, Harmon, Private Company G Mounts, Charles W., Private Company E Wallace, Soloman, Private Company G, died 8 June 1864, at Louisa, KY Payne, John, Private Company I, died January 1865, at Louisa, KY Peterson, Allen, Private Company K, deserted KY, on account of disability Youts, (Younts) Elijah, Private Company K, died date unknown, at Louisa, Lyons, William L., Private Company G, Magerley, Franklin, Private Company E 23, 1863 Keathley, C. C., Private Company B Ratliff, John Sr., Private Company D, died July 27, 1864, at Ashland, Lemastis, Ela, Private Company G Murphy, Alexander, Private Company A Rowe, Loyd, Sergeant Company D Wallace, Amos, Private Company H, transferred to Company I, August Roberts, Richard, Private Company I, died date and place unknown Gearhart, Henderson H., Corporal Company F, died date unknown Andersonville Laugherty, Hiram M., Sergeant Company H KY Thomas, James, Private Company G Spears, Arnott C., Private Company D Cook, William, Private Company D Keel, Samuel, 2nd Lieutenant Company K Dec. 10, 1863 Slater, Napoleon, Private Company I Newsome, Lackey G., Private Company K, killed in action, 25 Feb. 1865, Piketon (Pikeville), KY Keathley, William T., Private Company B Baker, Andrew, Private Company H Clevinger, Silas, Private Company D ... United States Army 39th Infantry Muster Roll. Hall, Granville, Private Company K, deserted Edwards, Reuben, Private Company K Damron, Wright, Private Company B KY, Farmer, John, Private Company K Patton, Robert, Private Company F Burk, Owen , Private Company B Feb. 2, 1865 Sources: Brian Hall and the Reports of the Adjutant General of the State Long, George, Private Company B, deserted March 27, 1863 Kile, Robert, Private Company F May 8, 1864 Sampson, Daniel M., Private Company K Dannel, David, Private Company C, transferred to Co. H, 39th Infantry Hall, Marion, Private Co. B, died March 11th, 1863, in Floyd County, Peterson, Lawson, Private Company K, deserted Whitt, John Bunyon., Private Co. F, previously served in Company B, King, Franklin, Private Company H KY, prev. Powers, William R., Corporal Company B Pinson, Thomas, Sgt. Elliott, Granville, Private Company K, died 9 April 1863, at Ashland, Stafford, E., Private Company I, died March 19, 1865, at Ashland, KY Estep, John B., Private Company H, died Aug. 10, 1863, at Louisa, of Chapman, Albert, Private Company F Sterling, Berry, William T., Private Company G Jan. 9, 1864? GA Infantry; 46th Regt, Miss. The regiment joined the 47th Infantry Regiment in capturing Roetgen, the first German town to fall in World War II. 23, 1863 The two trees represent the Groves of Cresnes, the site of the regiment's first military success in France during World War I. Hall, Owen, Private Company B Grady, William, Private Company E Patton, Samuel, Private Company F, deserted Later in the war, the 39th landed at Utah Beach on 10 June 1944 (D+4) with other reinforcing units and then fought through the rugged French countryside. Sowards, William H., Private Company E KY Spears, George W., Private Company D King, John, Private Company E Roberts, Ricely, Corporal Company I Estep, Chrisly, Private Company H, discharged Feb 26, 1864, at Cattletsburg, Layne, David, Private Company H Coleman, Matthew, Private Company D, died June 2, 1863, at Ashland, Spradlin, Soloman, Private Company A June 23, 1865 Handshoe, Adam, Private Company F, deserted Simpkins, Richard, Private Company F, deserted Hall, William, Private Company I Vanhoose, Reuben N., Private Company G Adington, George H., Private Company F Inf. Swiney, Spincer, Private Company D Stratton, Alexander, Private Company C Trivett, Nathaniel C., Private Company E, died May 27, 1863, at Ashland, Burk, Moses , Private Company B Stone, John P., Private Company F 40th Infantry Regiment. In 1896, the Sons of Confederate Veterans was founded by the veterans and progeny of veterans who fought in the War Between the States. Davis, James Jr., Private Company H Lowe, George W., Private Company E Patton, Harvey, Private Company F Miller, Jacob P., Sergeant Company B KY Blackburn, Thomas, Private Company E Hanman, John F., Private Company E Pitts, Alfred, Private Company F, deserted Biliter, William, Private Company D of fever, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave #359 Powers, Joseph D., 1st Lt. Company K Meade, Mc., Private Company K, deserted Powers, Linsey M., Private Company K Murphy, James C., Private Company A Robison, Samuel, Private Company B KY Neece, Samuel, Private Company B, transferred to Company K James, William C., Private Company C, died May 10th, 1864, at Ashland, 6, 1865 Easterling, Peter, Private Company F Please note: Some morning reports are in poor condition and may be difficult to read. District of Eastern Kentucky, … Hannah, George W.,Private Company A, discharged date unknown at Covinton, Taylor, William A., Private Company E 5th Colored Cavalry KY KY, returned April 30, 1863 Hatfield, Johnson, Sergeant Company E Dateof rankoren listment. Baldridge, Thomas, Private Company A Parsons, Dillard, 1st Lt. Company E, resigned March 11, 1863 Hall, William Sr., Private Company B Rowe, Reuben H., Jr., Private Company D Dorchester Roster - War of 1812 - 48th Regiment of the 12th Brigade. bushwhackers Note: This alphabetical index to the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States is based on a paper version with the same title compiled in 1995. Mounts, Asbury, Private Company H, transferred to Company E, December Rowe, Reuben H., Sr., Private Company D Mounts, Elijah, Private Company H, transferred to Company G, October Its service in this war earned the regiment its nickname "Fighting Falcons". Carter, Henry S., Private Company H Hurley, John R., Private Company H Bentley, May, Private Company K Dotson, William H., Private Company E King, Chocklet, Private Company A, discharged date unknown at Louisville, Maynard, Jonathan, Private Company E KY, on account of wounds Pinson, William R., Private Company E May, Soloman, Private Company B Patton, William, Private Company F, died date unknown at Andersonville Ramsey, John F., Private Company B, died March 27th, 1863, at Louisa, Blackburn, Allen, Private Company C 22 Dec. 1863 VA Branham, George W., Private Company C Estep, James, Private Company H KY Francis, Andrew, Private Company C, transferred to Co. E Daniels, Michael, Private Company I, died April 14, 1863 Jewell, James, Private Company I, died January 9, 1865, at Louisa, Hamilton, Leonard, Private Company K Return to Index Page. These rosters were compiled by the New York State Adjutant General Office. Ward, Adam, Private Company A Branham, Alfred, Private Company K Sowards, Martin B., Private Company C, died March 30th, 1863, at Louisa, Adkins, Samuel, Private Company B disability Perkins, George, Private Company G Meade, Sampson, Sergeant Company I 19, 1863, Easterling, Henderson, Corporal Company F Powers, Wade H., Sergeant Company E Vandever, Nicholas T., Private Company I Payne, William, Private Company I Lowe, Orrison R., Private Company E Taylor, James H. P., Private Company H, died May 13, 1863 Reynolds, Stephen, Private Company K Carter, Quinton, Private Company H, died April 24, 1863, at Ashland, Taylor, William P., 1st Sgt. Francis, Elijah, Private Company C, deserted May 10, 1865, at Paintsville, Patrick, Reuben, Private Company D disability Hurt, Christopher C., Corporal Company A Kendrick, William, Private Company I, transferred to Company G Long, Joseph, Private Company B, deserted March 25, 1863 Henderman, Leo, Private Company E Skeans, Henry, Private Company A Miller, Sylvester B., Private Company G, deserted Sterling, Lambert, Joseph, Private Company K "[3] On 31 July 1943, while temporarily attached to the 1st Infantry Division), the 39th suffered its first serious reverse at the battle of Troina, when entrenched and heavily armed German forces repelled an assault by the 39th Infantry Regiment with heavy casualties. Welch, James M., Sergeant, Company A Company C, died Feb. 7, 1863, at Peach Orchard, Taylor, John R., Private Company B, died June 1st, 1863 at Louisa, May, Charles, Private Company I Blair, Isaiah , Private Company B Salyer, Riley, Private Company F Its services included garrison duty, railroad guard and picket duty around Memphis, as well as the repulse of the Confederate attack on Memphis, August 21, 1864. Preston, Calvin, 2d Lt. Company F Adams, Moses, Private Company F, deserted Pack, Leander J., Private Company I MD, of typhus Ratliff, John, Jr., Private Co. D, previously served in Co. D, 10th Hill, William E., Private Company A Hall, Henderson, Private Company B England, James, Private Company B Steamburger, J. R., Private Company G Davis, Jeremiah, Private Company I McCoy, John R., Private Company H Gibson, Henderson B., Corporal Company B, deserted May 1, 1865 (CSA) KY, on account of disability Adkins, Spurlock, Corporal Company B Caudill, Jackson, Private Company K Sick, George W., Private Company D McCurry, Andrew J., Private Company F Texas. Roberts, Benjamin, Private Company A General George Patton said of Colonel Flint: "Paddy Flint is clearly nuts, but he fights well. The Mississippi 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Jackson, Mississippi, during the late spring of 1862. Rice, George W., Private Company A Coleman, Isaac, Private Company D, died May 24, 1863, at Louisa, KY Allison, James N., Private Company C, discharged May 18, 1865, at Lexington, Click, William H., Private Company F Frasier, Cirus, Private Company B KY After a series of inactivations and activations spanning a 20-year period, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Battalions, 39th Infantry Regiment were reactivated on 1 February 1966 as part of the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. Penix, Isaac W., Private Company D Finly, Samuel, Private Company C Miller, James A, Private Company C Hatfield, Jacob, Private Company H, transferred to Company I, August in Lawrence Co., KY Sowards, George W., Private Company E Aldridge, Ali Sr., Private Company I NameandRank. McDowell, Joseph, Private Company G, died 30 March 1863, at Ashland, Daniels, John, Private Company G Kentucky Cavalry (CSA) Hill, Josiah, Private Company E Colonel Flint was killed six weeks after the regiment entered combat. Justice, William A., Private Company I Gibson, George C., Private Company B, died April 20th, 1863, at Ashland, shot Ray, James L., Private Co. K, deserted enlisted into Co. D, 10th Kentucky Smith, Alfred C., Private Company H Sword, William J., Private Company D KY Anderson, David, Private Company E Messer, Jacob, Private Company I Hurley, Josiah, Private Company H Patton, John Sr., Private Company F Vanover, Daniel, Private Company B, deserted September 8, 1865 KY Bush, James D., Corporal Company K Four soldiers received the U.S. Medal of Honor while serving with the 39th Infantry. White, Sylvester, Private Company I Waricks, Calvin, Private Company D Bond, Van H. 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division 487. Judd, William S., Private Company D Layne, Lindsey, Private Company C, transferred, promoted to Regimental Charles, David, Private Company E, died Nov. 18, 1862, at Lexington, Webb, David J., Private Company F to 1st Slone, Morgan, Private Company I, deserted Blackburn, Barnabus, Private Company E Nollen, Apperson, Private Company F, killed Jan. 1, 1864 in Floyd Co., Davenport, David, Private Company A Wright. Burks, James, Private Company K Orvins, John, Private Company F McCoy, Ulysses, Private Company H Luster, Rainey, Private Company H, died May 20, 1865, at Andersonville, GA Reffett, Joseph, Private Company F Please include as much of the following information in your request: the exact unit of assignment ("Company A, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment"), a description of the action ("I was wounded and sent to a hospital") and an approximate date ("June 1944"). Cole, Thompson, Private Company C, died May 24th, 1864, at Louisa, Pinson, Moses, Corporal Company E Rakes, Richard, Private Company I Howard, Irvin, Private Company F Harmon, James W., Private Company G of fever Justice, Edmund, Private Company F Welch, William H. H., Private Company A Reynolds, Oliver, Private Company A, deserted April 25, 1864, at Louisa, Begley, Hiram K., Corporal Company F Mustered in: May 28, 1861 Mustered out: July 1, 1865. Co, KY Hailey, Alfred C., 1st Lt. Company D promoted to Captain, Co. E, May Company I Franklin, Fredrick, Private Company A Layne, John N., Private Company C Payne, George W., Private Company I Fields, Elijah, Sergeant Company C Massingale, Wm., Private Company I 1863, in Richmond, VA Hurley, Samuel, Private Company H, died Oct. 24, 1863, at Mt. Childers, David, Private Company D 1, 1863 Kenady, James, Private Company K, died 28 Dec. 1864, at Louisa, KY County, KY Hicks, Jesse, Private Company F Shortridge, Jefferson, Private Company D Bevins, Kenas E., Private Company E, died Dec. 15, 1862, at Pike County, Slone, Simeon, Private Company I KY, of chronic diarrhea, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave #760 Webb, Jonathan, Private Company E, died July 16, 1863, of accidental Crum, Adam, Private Company G Ward, Thomas, Private Company G Williamson, John E., Private Company E Ratliff, Harrison, Private Company D KY Conner, Eli, Corporal Company G Hall, Flemming, Private Company I, transferred to Company B [4] The battalions conduct Basic Combat Training, and are part of the 165th Infantry Brigade at Fort Jackson, organized with a headquarters company and six line (training) companies, designated A through E. For its part in World Wars I, II and the Vietnam War, the 39th Infantry Regiment possesses 21 battle streamers. of enlistment Charles, John, Private Company H, captured at Peter's Creek, KY, returned Sowards, Thomas J., Captain Company C, resigned March 27th, 1865 Clark, John E., Sergeant Company C Company F, promoted from Sgt. Sowards, Andrew J., 1st Lt. Company C, died March 31, 1863, at Louisa, Simon, Corporal Company E Jones, Granville, Private Company C, deserted April 10, 1863, at Ashland, Hayton, Moses, Private Company D Baldridge, James, Private Company A, discharged June 15th, 1865, at It was cited twice by the Belgians for valorous actions and awarded the Belgian Fourragère. Rowe, Stephen, Private Company D, discharged Aug. 18, 1865, at Louisa, England, George W., Private Company B Davis, John W., Private Company F, died Oct. 3, 1863, at Louisa, KY, Prater, Ezekial, Private Company F to 2Lt. Without this type of information, the NPRC may be unable to perform a search. Sons of Confederate Veterans Links. Hamilton, Samuel, Private Company K died, date unknown, a prisoner Deboard, John, Corporal Company G KY McLain, George W., Private Company I Newsome, Henry, Private Company C Williamson, Benjamin, 1st Sgt. Blankenship, Presley, Private Company H to Hospital Steward, died March Hatfield, James, Private Company H Hurley, Fleming, Private Company I, deserted GA of scurvy Crabtree, Solomon, Private Company H, died April 21, 1863, at Ashland, KY, of fever Mullins, Spencer, Private Company C Kidd, William, Private Company C, died May 1st, 1864, at Louisa, KY Hall, Preston, Private Company K May, John H., Private Company E Reinhart, John D., 1st Lt Company I, promoted to 1st Lt. June 1, 1865 Powers, Reuben H., Private Company B Dotson, William R., Private Company H Lambert, Hiram, Corporal Company H Brown, William C., Private Company C , for Mount Faucon in Meuse-Argonne 14, 1862 helmets and vehicles, in! 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