Continued: ROLLS of the SEVERAL MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS
which entered the service of the CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA from the
CITY OF NATCHEZ AND ADAMS COUNTY MISSISSIPPI
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ROLL of the NATCHEZ FENCIBLES
Co. G - 12th Mississippi Regiment.
Mustered into service April 5, 1861.
Williamsburg, May 5, 1862
Seven Pines, May 31, 1862
Beaver Dam, June 27, 1862
Cole Harbor, June 27, 1862
Frazier's Farm, June 30, 1862
Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862
Bristow Station, Aug. 1862
Second Manassas, Aug. 30, 1862
Sharpsburg, Sept. 17, 1862
Fredericksburg, Dec. 13
Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863
Gettsburg, July 1st to 3rd, 1863
Spottsylvania Court House, May 12, 1864
Wilderness, May 6, 1864
Weldon Railroad, Aug. 21, 1864
Deep Bottom, Aug. 18, 1864
Reams Station, Aug. 21, 1864
Mine Explosion, Petersburg
Hatchers Run, Feby. 18, 1864
Fort Gregg, April 2, 1865
W. T. Glasscock
C. W. Gibson
H. A. Schelling
A. L. Butts
Mark J. Wood
F. H. West
Paul A. Botto
A. Jarvis color bearer
James I. Marsh
Wm. H. Wilson
Sam A. Mason
Jos. B. Wilson
Jas. W. Armstrong
Geo. W. Myers
Jas. G. Herring
Jas. E. Hardin
Bledsoe Wm. P.
Bullock W. R.
Easley Henry H.
Simonds Jno. R.
Hadsell F. N(?)
Vandyke Jos. F.
DISCHARGED FOR DISABILITY
Keith Wm. J.
DISCHARGED NOT SUBJECT TO CONSCRIPTION
KILLED IN BATTLE
Lieut. A.L. Butts, T.J. Carter - Seven Pines, May 31st, 1862.
J.C. Collins, M. Haley - " " " " "
D. Mulvihill, G. Mellen - " " " " "
H. Monell - Yorktown, April 12th, 1862.
G.W.F. Elliott, Corporal J.W. Armstrong - Frazier's Farm, July 1st,
James E. Hardin - 2nd Battle, Manassas, Aug. 30th, 1862.
Geo. Mariner - Spottsylvania C.H., May 12th, 1864.
Corporal G. Meyer - Deep Bottom, Aug. 16th 1864.
Martin Culhane - Gettysburg, July 3rd, 1863.
DIED FROM WOUNDS RECEIVED IN BATTLE
Wm. Conner, wounded Seven Pines, Died June 4th(?), 1862.
Jas. Brady, wounded Gaines Mills, June 27th, died July 7th, 1862.
Jas. Eagan, wounded Gaines Mills, June 27th, died July 7th, 1862.
Marshal Higgins, wounded Seven Pines, May 31st, died June 5th, 1862.
Sergt. John Culhane, wounded 2nd Mannases, died Sept. 21st, 1862.
Sergt. E. Hill, wounded Sharpsburg, died Oct. 20th, 1863.
DIED FROM DISEASE
H. Postlethwaite, Corinth, Miss. May 1861.
G.W. Thompson, Natchez, Miss. June 1861.
C.L. Keenan, Orange Court House, Va. July 1861.
J. Parent, near Richmond, Va. August 1862.
C. Culhane, Fredericksburg, Va. Dec. 27th, 1862.
1st Corporal W.H. Wood, Natchez, Miss. Aug. 19th, 1861.
Capt. E.M. Blackburn, April 1862.
Capt. Thos. A. Wilson, April 1863.
1st Lieut. Campbell Marsh, April 1862.
M.V.B. Huff, to a company from Amite county, Nov. 1862.
Wm. H. Stith, to Bingaman rangers, Feb. 1st, 1863.
Wm. H. Lily, private, promoted to Major, 12th Miss, Regiment, May
W.T. Miller, private, promoted to Captain in south west army, August
W. L. Allen, private, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, artillary, August
2nd Lieut. T.A. Wilson, promoted to Captain, May 1st, 1862.
3rd Lieut. T.Q. Munce, promoted to 1st Lieutenant, May 1st, 1862
and promoted to Captain April 1863.
Sergt. A.L. Butts, promoted to Jr. 2nd Lieut., May 1st 1862.
Sergt. W.T. Glasscock, promoted to 2nd Lieut., May 1st,1862.
H.A. Schelling, private promoted to Jr. 2nd Lieut.,June 19th, 1862.
G.G. Groves, private, promoted to assistant surgeon, 12th Mississippi
regiment, June 1862.
WOUNDED IN DIFFERENT BATTLES
SEVEN PINES, MAY 31st, 1862.
Lieut. T.Q. Munce
Corporal E. Scudamore
Wm. H. Stith
Corporal W.H. Wilson
Powell S. House
GAINES MILLS, JUNE 27th 1862.
Wm. H. Lily
COLD HARBOR, JUNE 27th, 1862
Sergt. S.R. McDowell
FRAZIER'S FARM, JULY 1st, 1862
Sergt. E. Murphy
Jas. E. Harden
Jas. A. Vandyke
2nd MANASSES, AUG.30th. 1862
Sergt. Paul A. Botto
Corporal A.G. Griffin
Sergt. F.J.V. LeCand
GETTYSBURG, JULY 3rd, 1863
Sergt. A. Jarvas
SPOTTSYLVANIA, COURT HOUSE, MAY 12th, 1864
Sergt. Jas. I. Marsh
Jas. A. Vandyke
TURKEY RIDGE, JUNE 4th, 1864
Sergt. W.H. Wilson
TURKEY RIDGE, JUNE 18th, 1864
Geo. Underwood L. Podesta
REAMS STATION, AUG. 21st, 1864
Lieut. W.T. Glasscock
Corporal C. Spraks
HATCHER'S RUN, FEB. 18th, 1865
KILLED BY ACCIDENT ON RAILROAD, FEB. 19th, 1863
Major Wm. H. Lilly Chas. Bradley