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"We are a band of brothers, And native to the soil,
Fighting for the property we gained by honest toil;
And when our rights were threatened
the cry rose near and far:
Hurrah for the bonnie blue flag that bears a single star!"

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---"The Bonnie Blue Flag" by Harry MaCarthy















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"Cumberland Guards"
Company A - Neshoba County

The "Cumberland Guards" of Neshoba County was organized at Cumberland Church on March 15, 1862. A. R. Booth was Captain, with an original enrollment of 85 officers and men.

Captain -- A.R. Booth
1st Lieutenant -- Charles Rhodus Warren
2nd Lieutenants -- A.L. Nicholson, James E. Simmons
3rd Lieutenant -- John H. Sanders

Allen, Ben
Allen, Franklin
Allen, James M.
Allen, L. W.
Allen, William

Barber, Jeremiah M.
Barber, John H.
Barefield, James Willis 3rd Sergeant
Baron, Albert and/or E. B.
Barrett, Arthur
Barrett, William Grant
Brantley, Robert H.
Brown, Daniel

Cadenhead, David F. 2nd Lieutenant

Dennis, George W.
Deskin, James Monroe
Deskin, William D. 4th Sergeant
Deweese, John
Dove, Benjamin
Duncan, John W.

Edwards, William P.
Emmons, Hut

Frasier, William P.
Futch, Charles Jefferson
Futch, Enoch (probably not a member)
Futch, John
Futch, Robert J.
Futch, James

Garner, Thomas
Gibson, W. E.
Griffin, Ira L.
Griffin, W. J.
Guice, John S.

Hadley, Hampton
Hammons, Francis M.
Hardage, James J. Corporal
Heath, Levi
Heath, John Newt
Hembry Jesse
Henderson, Jesse R.
Henderson, Lindsey D.
Henry, John M.
Henry, John N.
Henry, Joseph Alexander
Henry, Silas P.
Henson, A.
Howard, Albert
Howard, William
Howard, Wilson
Hudson, Andrew Jackson Corporal
Huens (Hughens), James Corporal
Huens, (Hughens), Lawrence W.

Jordan, William C.

Keeble, John E.
Kennedy, David A. J.
Kennedy, Simon J. 3rd Lieutenant
Kennedy, Wade H.
Kennedy, William G. W. 3rd Sergeant

Ladd, John
Lee, John
Lee, William L. (or J.)
Lewis, Lemuel
Lewis, Richmond P.
Lewis, William Wesley
Livingston, James M.
Livingston, R. B.
Livingston, William W.

Mabry, Wiley S.
Mason, Soloman
Massey, A. N.
Mayo, Asa J. 5th Sergeant
McBride, John C. Sergeant
McCarty, Anderson J. Assistant Surgeon
McCarty, Calvin M.
McCarty, Tillman Watson 1st Sergeant
McCeathen (McKethon), Albert
McCeathen (McKethon), W.
McDonald, John Hamil
McElwain (McShwain), Vinson E.
McMillan, Duncan E. 3rd Sergeant
McMillan, John M. 2nd Sergeant
McNair, John F.
Mixon, Theodore C. 1st Corporal
Morrow, James Wilson

Nicholson, Robert G.

Owens, Barnabus O. 2nd Sergeant
Owens, Washington Franklin
Oxford, John Martin

Peoples, Isom C.
Phillips, M. Clark
Phillips, F. Marion
Phillips, W. P.
Powell, Benjamin G.

Quinn, Thomas J.

Ray, Alex
Ray, James
Ray, Nathan H.
Reagan, Alfred H.
Reid (Reed), Andrew J.
Rottenbury, James A.
Rush, Simeon H. 2nd Sergeant
Russell, Augustus E.
Russell, Ben F.
Russell, Daniel William 1st Sergeant
Russell, Gideon B.
Russell, I. (J.) C.
Russell, Prince A. 3rd Corporal
Russell, Tate
Russell, W. B.

Sanders, Alsey A.
Sanders, A. L.
Sanders, McCager C.
Sanders, Franklin M.
Sanders, John
Savell, Alex B.
Savell, B.
Savell, Jasper
Savell, Roland B.
Shaw, Henry E.
Shaw, James
Shaw, John H.
Simmons, James
Simmons, J. E.
Slaughter, Leonard
Smith, Joseph
Smith John
Spivey, John M.
Spivey, Wiley G.

Tiner, James Polk
Tiner, James W.
Tullos, Shadrach J. Corporal
Tullos, Steven J.
Tullos, William A. 5th Sergeant
Turberville, W. R.

Wadle, R.
Watkins, Alfred D.
Watkins, Anderson
Watkins, G.
Watkins, Jesse
Watkins, Judson
Watkins, L.
Watkins, Thomas B.
Watkins, W. H.
Weems, J. L.
Wells, E. W.
Wells, H. T.
Wiggins, Archibald W.
Wiggins, George W.
Wiggins, John W.
Williams, J. T.
Wilson, Charles Gillis discharged by
       substitute (no name)
Wilson, Daniel James
Wilson, Jackson
Wilson, Liberty
Wilson, Neill Alexander
Winfield, William S.

Young, Green

Young, Lewis

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