Brother Against Brother

 

Probably to a greater extent than in any other state, the war became literally, tragically, a struggle of brother against brother." --- Patricia Faust, editor, speaking of Kentucky and the Civil War in Encyclopedia of the Civil War

Pendleton County Soldiers Listed in the

History of the First Kentucky Brigade "The Orphan Brigade", CSA

 By Edwin Porter Thompson

Cincinnati, Caxton Pub. House. 1868

 

p. 740-780

LAFAYETTE ARRINGTON, Pendleton County; was transferred from Fourth Kentucky Cavalry. 

W. A. ARMSTRONG, Grant County; was missing after the battle of Perryville, Oct. 8, 1862. 

DAVID BEAL, Pendleton County ; was transferred to another command, April 15, 1863.
SAMUEL BAKER, Pendleton County.
MINOR COLVIN, Pendleton County; was transferred to Fourth Kentucky Cavalry.
JOHN COUNTS, Pendleton County.
THOMAS DANCE, Grant County. 

J. M. DORMAN, Pendleton County.
L. GOSNEY, Pendleton County.
J. R. JACKSON, Pendleton County.
J. J. McKINLEY, Pendleton County. 

F. S. MOORING, Pendleton County. 

GEO. MONROE, Grant County; died at Jonesville, Va., February 20, 1863. 

THEODORE NELSON, Pendleton County. 

W. H. PENICK, Pendleton County; was discharged, Feb. 18, 1863. 

JOHN REVENAY, Pendleton County.
J. R. SIMPSON, Grant County. 

ISAAC N. SEAY, Pendleton County; was transferred to Co. A, March i, 1863. 
JOSEPH STREETER, Grant County. 

W. T. TURNER, Pendleton County.
JOHN TAYLOR, Pendleton County. 
J. V. GANT, Pendleton County, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, 
Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta ; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jones 
boro , and in all the mounted engagements. 

ALEXANDER G. ROBERTS, Falmouth, Ky., was elected captain, September 10, 1862; fought at Perryville, and resigned June 30, 1863.

JOHN H. MITCHELL, Memphis, Tenn., was appointed first lieutenant by Brigadier-General Preston Smith, September 10, 1862; and was promoted to captain, August 1, 1863. He fought with the One Hundred and Fifty-fourth Tennessee Infantry at Belmont, Shiloh, and Richmond, Ky., and with this company at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas. He was severely wounded in the shoulder at the latter place, and disabled for further duty in the line, in consequence of which he was placed on the retired list, for the remainder of the war. He was also severely wounded at Shiloh.

JOHN L. WOODSON, Falmouth, Ky., was elected second lieutenant, September 10, 1862; fought at Perryville, and died of disease at Moccasin Gap, Virginia, March 11, 1863.

WILLIAM R. FRYAR, Pendleton County, Ky., was elected second lieutenant, September 10, 1862, and was promoted to first lieutenant, August 1, 1863. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, and Mission Ridge, and resigned, February 20, 1864.

R. H. KAVANAUGH, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed fifth sergeant, January 5, 1863; was elected second lieutenant, May 4, 1863, and was promoted to first lieutenant, March, 1864. He fought at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. After the command was mounted, he was fifteen days in the rear of Sherman, on scout duty, and rejoined the brigade during the engagement at Sandersville. In conjunction with Captain Finn, Sixth Regiment, he burned the trestle-work on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, and did various other service until March, 18t35, when he was sent into Kentucky with recruiting orders, and was thus engaged when the war closed.

PERRY D. FIELDS, Pendleton County, Ky., was elected second -L lieutenant, August 1, 1863. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was killed at the latter place, August 31, 1864.

JOHN L. MELFORD, Catawba, Ky., was appointed first sergeant, September 10, 1862, and fought at Perryville.

JOSEPH M. CLAYTON, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed second sergeant, September 10, 1862. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta ; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks ; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

SAMUEL COX, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed first corporal, September 10, 1862, and fought at Perryville.

G. W. ARNOLD, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed second corporal, September 10,1862. He fought at Perryville and Chickamauga, and was severely wounded at the latter place; fought also at Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. He was wounded at  Intrenchment Creek.

WILLIAM ACKMAN, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville and Chickamauga, and died of disease in Atlanta, December 15, 1864.

LEANDER ABERNATHY, Pendleton County, Ky., was elected as second lieutenant, April 16, 1863, and died of disease at Holston Springs, shortly afterward.

C. C. BARNES, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed first sergeant, October 15, 1862, but was relieved, at his own request, shortly afterward. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; and both days at Jonesboro'. He was one of Lieutenant Kavanangh's party of scouts in Sherman's rear, and was one of the picket detail that burned the trestle-work near Savannah. He also took part in the mounted engagements in South Carolina.

F. S. BARNES, Fleming County, Ky., was not enlisted till August, 1863. He fought at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; and at Peachtree and  Intrenchment Creeks. He was wounded at the latter place, July 22, 1864, suffered amputation of leg, and died at Forsythe, a short time afterward.

WILLIAM T. CLAYTON, Williamstown, Ky., fought at Perryville, and died of disease, December 20, 1862.

J. WILLIS CLORE, Boone County, Ky., was appointed fifth sergeant, December 20, 1864. He fought at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas, to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was one of the scouts in the rear of Sherman, November, 1864, assisted in burning the railroad trestle, and did various mounted duty in South Carolina.

JAMES CASTELL, Scott County, Va., fought at Chickamauga, and died of disease, some time afterward, in Atlanta, Georgia.

ALEXANDER DURR, Kenton County, Ky., fought at Chickamauga.

R. W. DAVIS, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was killed at the latter place, August 31, 1864.

PERRY DAVIS, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, and died of disease at Abingdon, Virginia, January 1, 1863.

FRANK DAVIS, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville. He was discharged on account of disability by disease, some time afterward, but was captured on his way homeward, and remained in prison till the close of the war.

JOHN S. DAVIS, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed fourth sergeant, December 20, 1864. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

H. S. DEDMAN, Kenton County, Ky., was appointed first sergeant, . February 9, 1863, and was reduced to ranks at his own request, July 10, 1863. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, and Mission Ridge. At Dalton, he was placed on the corps of sharpshooters, and fought as such at Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas, at which latter place he was killed, May 28, 1864.

LEANDER ELLIS, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville and Chickamauga, and was killed at the latter place.

JAMES ELLIS, Pendleton County, Ky., died of disease at Holston J Springs, Va., April 23, 1862.

RICHARD FOGLE, Falmouth, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, Dallas, and Kennesaw Mountain. He was killed on the skirmish line, at the latter place, June, 1864.

JACK FRYAR, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville.
 
ISAAC GRAY,
Falmouth, Ky., was teamster for the regiment until November, 1864, when he entered the ranks and took part in the mounted engagements.

J. J. GREEN, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and in the mounted engagements.

JOHN A. HATHAWAY, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas. He was severely wounded in the hand at Dallas, and was long disabled, but fought on one occasion, in April, 1865, and was again wounded.

HENRY HARDMAN, Falmouth, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

G. W. HENDRICKS, Falmouth, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca. He was severely wounded at the latter place, hut rejoined the company near Atlanta, and fought both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

F. H. HASANK, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was awarded medal of honor, and promoted to corporal for gallant and meritorious conduct at Chickamauga; and at Jonesboro', August 31, 1864, he was so severely wounded in the arm as to be disabled for further duty during the war.

E. P. KENNEDY, Campbell County, Ky., was appointed first sergeant, November 10, 1862, and served as such till February 8, 1863, when he was reduced to ranks at his own request. He fought at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree and  Intrenchment Creeks. He was killed at the latter place, July 22, 1864.

N. P. LIVINGSTON, Kenton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, . Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; at Jonesboro', both days, and in the mounted engagements.

JOHN W. LOWE, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed first sergeant, July 9, 1863. He was killed in battle at Chickamauga, September 20, 1863.

G. N. LIGHTFOOT, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Chickamauga, and was afterward disabled by disease for further service until August, 1864, when he rejoined the company, and fought at Jonesboro' and in the mounted engagements.

G. T. MONTAGUE, Pendleton County, Ky., died of disease at . Emory and Henry College Hospital, 1863.

GEORGE W. MARTIN, Pendleton County, Ky., was captured on VT the retreat of General Bragg from Kentucky, but was exchanged shortly afterward-, and was detailed to take care of a sick comrade, at a private house in Loudon, Tenn., when he was again captured and detained in prison till the close of the war.

PENDLETON MARSHALL, Williamstown, Ky., was captured on the retreat of General Bragg from Kentucky, and imprisoned some time, after which he rejoined command and fought at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

ALEXANDER MARSHALL, Kenton County, Ky., died of disease A. at Stoney Creek, Va., November 15, 1862.

H. S. MARSHALL, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, . Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas. He was wounded at Dallas, but rejoined the company in August following, and fought at Jonesboro', both days, and in the mounted engagements. He was one of the sergeants of the company.

J. J. MARSHALL, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville . and Chickamauga, and was wounded at the latter place; fought also at Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and in the mounted engagements. He was one of the corporals of the company.

OLIVER L. MAINS, Williamstown, Ky., was one of the sergeants of the company, and fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro, and in the mounted engagements.

ISAAC PAINTER, Owen County, Ky., was transferred from Company E, January 8, and died of disease at Jonesville, Va., February 20, 1863.

CALVIN E. PARKER, Kenton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Pallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was wounded at the latter place, August 31, 1864, and disabled for further service during the war.

JOHN E. POOR, Pendleton County, Ky., was detailed to serve as wagon-master while in Western Virginia, and was appointed quartermaster-sergeant, September 4, 1863.

PAT ROBERTS, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville and Chickamauga.
JOHN RAY, Falmouth, Ky., fought at Perryville, and died of * disease at Emory and Henry College Hospital, November 24, 1863.

G. L. SOMERS, Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed fourth corporal, May 4, 1863. He fought at Perryville, Chickamauga, and Mission Ridge.

D. L. STOWERS, Pendleton County, Ky., was disabled at Loudon, . Tenn., August 10, 1863, for further service, by an accidental saber cut in the thigh.' He afterward died from the effects of the wound.

G. W. SEEVER, Fleming County, Ky., was enlisted for one year in the "Old Fifth Kentucky," and when his time had expired, he reenlisted in this company; took part in the engagements of Marshall's command in 1861-2; fought with the new organization at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro, and in the mounted engagements.

HENRY SEEVER, Fleming County, Ky., was enlisted for one year in the " Old Fifth Kentucky," and when his time had expired, he reenlisted in this company. He fought at Princeton, Va.; at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements.

JAMES A. SHACKLEFORD, Franklin County, Ky., fought at U Perryville and Chickamauga.

B. A. SOUTHER, Falmouth, Ky., was afflicted in his eyes, and . thus unfitted for duty in the ranks, in consequence of which he wad generally employed in hospital service.

G. S. TUPMAN, Kenton County, Ky., fought at Perryville and Chickamauga.

R. M. WOOD, Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Perryville, and died of disease at Jonesville, Virginia, February 12, 1863.

p. 773
BEN F. G. WHITAKER,
Pendleton County, Ky., was appointed fourth corporal, September 27, 1862, and was promoted to fifth sergeant, January, 1804. He fought at Hartsville, and was wounded there ; fought also at Murfreesboro' and Chickamauga, and at the latter place was again wounded, but fought at Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was wounded at the latter place, August 31, 1864, and disabled for further duty during the war.


P. 775
BEVERLY M. FRYAR,
Pendleton County, KJ., fought at Hartsville and Murfreesboro.

JOHN M. FOGLE, Pendleton County, Ky., was transferred from Company A, 1864. He fought at Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, Dallas, and Kennesaw Mountain, and was killed on the skirmish line at the latter place, June 19, 1864.


P. 776
SILAS KING,
Pendleton County, Ky., died of disease in Atlanta, February 5, 1863.

ABRAHAM KING, Pendleton County, Ky., died of disease at Murfreesboro', November 23, 1862.


p. 780
S. P. F. WHITAKER,
Pendleton County, Ky., fought at Chickamauga, and was wounded there; fought also at Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas, and was again wounded, but recovered and took part in the mounted engagements in Georgia.

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