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"Holmesville Guards"
Company E Pike County

The "Holmesville Guards" of Pike County was organized at the Court House in Holmesville on March 10, 1862. John T. Lamkin was Captain, with an original enrollment of 47. During the next month, another 30 joined, for a total of 77 officers and men.

Captain John T. Lamkin
1st Lieutenant Robert H. Felder
2nd Lieutenant John S. Lamkin
3rd Lieutenant George B. Lenoir

 

Ast, John

Bacot, Adam
Ball, Daniel Newton butcher for the Division
Barnes, Pinkney L.
Barnes, G. L.
Barr, T. C. S. 4th Sergeant
      discharged by substitute ( James M. Elliott)
Barr, Westley
Beard, William E.
Blackburn, Armstrong J.
Bonney, Henry S.
Bonney, Samuel C.
Booker, William J.
Bowary, S. C.
Briley, George W.
Bullock, Jeremiah J.
Bullock, Thomas F. (or J.)
Bush, James

Carr, George W.
Cavanaugh, Henry C.
Conerly, Chauncey Porter hospital steward
Conerly, Fleming Tynes
Conerly, James Rayford
Conerly, Mark Russell
Conerly, Owen Lewis 2nd Sergeant
Conerly, William Marion
Cotton, John N. [probably in Co. B]
Crosby, John W.
Crosby, Thomas

Dillon, Joel
Donahue, James M.
Douglas, John A.
Downs, John J.
Dunaway, Dennis
Dunaway, Jesse 1st Corporal
Dunaway, John C.
Dunaway, Pinkney

Elliott, J. M. discharged by substitute (no name)
Elliott, James M. (Jr.?) substitute
     for T. C. S. Barr
Ellzey, Lewis (Levi) N.

Felder, Rufus B.
Finch, Joel
Fisher, Christian discharged
     by substitute (no name)
Foil, Martin P.
Forest, Benjamin Frank
Fritz, Charles
Fulgham, James A.

Garner, David Crockett
Ginn, Newland Jack
Gladwell, A. J.

Hall, Thomas J.
Hammond, J. Arrington
Harrington, James
Harrington, William Jackson
Hart, John B.
Hartwell, C. E.
Harvey, John T.
Hodges, W. J.
Holmes, David 1st Sergeant
Holmes, F. M
Holmes, Jesse C.
Holmes, Raiford 3rd Corporal
Holmes, Thomas
Holmes, William G. 4th Corporal
Hoover, William B. Chaplain
Hughes, A. J.
Hughes, T. J.
Jackson, Stephen

King, Allen T.

Lamkin, Abner L.
Lamkin, Charles A. Sergeant-Major of Regiment
      substitute for (no name)
Lamkin, William J. 3rd Sergeant
Lee, Francis Marion
Lenoir, Joseph C. S. 4th Sergeant
Lewis, Lemuel
Ligon, Charles A. Ordnance Sergeant

Magee, C.
Magee, William W.
Martin, Wiley
May, Ethelred
May, John W.
May, Richard H.
May, William Franklin
McCormick, Edward M.
McGaha (Magaha), John M.
McKenzie, Allen W.
Miskell, Richard Austin 2nd Lieutenant
Moore, George W. teamster
Morgan, Alexander
Morgan, T. Frank
Morgan, Green W.
Morgan, William N.

Osburn, Lawrence substitute for (no name)

Payne, Thomas Washington
Pittman, John W
Price, Alexander
Price, F. M.
Price, James
Price, Jasper A.
Price, Wilson J.

Quinn, Arthur [probably Company K]
Quinn, Lucius M. 2nd Corporal
Quinn, W. F.

Ratliff, Calvin
Ratliff, Green B.
Ratliff, Warren R. 3rd Lieutenant
Richmond, Thomas Dilla 1st Sergeant
Rogers, Alex C.
Rushing, Evan C. substitute (for Wiley Rushing)
Rushing, Levi Richmond
Rushing, Matthew
Rushing, Norvel E.
Rushing, Silas C.
Rushing, Uriah K.
Rushing, Wiley discharged
      by substitute (Evan C. Rushing)

Sandifer, Amos
Sandifer, Joseph F.
Sandifer, Levi W.
Sandifer, Wallace

Thompson, Hugh J.
Turnipseed, Clifton Paley Ordnance Sergeant
Turnipseed, Harris W.

Vanorten (Vanarden), John W.

Wadke, Frederick
Ware, Benjamin Frank(lin)
Ware, Hiram G. 3rd Corporal
Warner, John D. 5th Sergeant
Weathersby, Hugh Eugene
Williams, David C. 4th Corporal
Williams, Zachariah

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