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Rank/Name

Age

Remarks/Comments

1
Pvt Braden, Adam
20
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and at Franklin, TN
2
2LT Braden, Edward
33
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
3
Pvt. Braden, Martin
20
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
4
1LT. Burns, Henry
46
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
5
Pvt. Burtschell, Henry
21
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
6
Pvt. Bustillos, Antonio
22
Captured at Arkansas PostPresent at final surrender of the AOT at Greenboro, NC
7
Pvt. Cannon, James
37
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
8
Pvt. Cardena, Joseph
24
24Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and at the Battle of Nashville, TN on Dec. 15 1864
9
Pvt. Christless, Michael
21
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)/Transferred to Engineer Corps in 1863
10
2SG. Copeland, Thomas
30
Captured at Chickamauga(returned) and the Battle for Atlanta
11
4SG. Cotton, Andrew
24
Missing at Arkansas Post
12
Pvt. Craft, John
24
Discharged for disability Nov 10 1862
13
3SG. Derr, Henry
46
Discharged for disability June 11 1863
14
Pvt. Despres, John M.
50
Captured at Arkansas Post/ Died at Camp Butler
15
1Cp. DeYturri, Manuel
24
On Detached service as intrepeter. Never served with the Regiment.
16
Pvt. Dirr, John
?
Joined the regiment Apr 28 1863/ Captured near Franklin, TN on Dec. 17 1864
17
Pvt. Doyle, Thomas L.
25
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
18
Pvt. Duby, Alexander
33
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at Chickamauga
19
Pvt. Fooke, William
35
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
20
Pvt. Freman, Leon A.
16
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at the Battle for Atlanta
21
Pvt. Frick, Claus
?
Discharged for disability Sept 23 1862
22
Pvt. Garner, W.S.
38
Discharged for disability June 4 1862
23
2LT. Garza, Joseph
23
Killed at Mansfield, LA. See Picture
24
Pvt. Garza, Simon
39
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
25
Pvt. Gordon, Jerre
31
No information
26
Pvt. Grell, John
32
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)/Transferred to Engineer Corps in 1863
27
Pvt. Griffin,Charles
20
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Illegiance to the US at Camp Butler
28
Pvt. Hawkins, Ambrose
16
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and present at final surrender of the AOT at Greenboro, NC
29
Pvt. Hessler, Ernest
35
Discharged for disability July 16 1862
30
Pvt. Hoever, Charles
18
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at the Battle of Nashville, TN on Dec. 15 1864
31
Pvt. Hoever, Frederick
17
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at the Battle of Nashville, TN on Dec. 15 1864
32
Pvt. Hogan, Andrew
37
Discharged for disability Jan 5 1863
33
Pvt. Horl, George
20
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured near Raliegh, NC on April 17 1865
34
Pvt. Lorrilard, William
?
No information
35
2Cp. Mainze, Charles
26
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at the Battle for Atlanta on July 21 (1stSgt)
36
Pvt. Marquerd, Edward
19
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
37
Pvt. Marquerd, Gustav
20
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
38
Cpt McAllister, Samuel
31
See biography. No other information
39
Pvt. Miller, Armsted
24
Captured at Arkansas Post/ Died at Camp Butler
40
Pvt. Musiol, James
17
Drummer/ Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
41
4Cp. Navarro, Eugene
22
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled) and captured at Franklin, TN ( 1stLt)
42
1SG O'Donoghue, Mortimer
37
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
43
Pvt. Oswald, Carl
21
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
44
Pvt. Ponsley, John
23
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
45
Pvt. San Miguel, Andrew
18
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
46
Pvt. Sarats, Peter V.
19
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
47
Pvt. Schlunz, Dedlef
34
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
48
Pvt. Schmidt, Albert
21
Captured at Arkansas Post(Parolled)
49
3Cp. Schmidt, Gustav
44
Discharged for disability May 27 1863
50
Pvt. Schoenen, Henry
58
Discharged for disability Nov 10 1862
51
Pvt. Scofield, Joseph
21
Captured at Arkansas Post/Took Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Butler
52
Pvt. Sheppard, Woodworth
24
Discharged for disability July 16 1862
53
Pvt. Suniga, Antonio
23
Captured at Arkansas Post/ Died at Camp Butler


MORE INFORMATION ON THE MEN OF THE 6TH TX

For the battle of Jonesboro, Co. K, 6th & 15th Texas Consolidated Regiment had the following casualties:

6TH TEXAS INFANTRY & 15TH TEXAS DISMOUNTED CAVALRY

Col. Robert R. Garland, 6th Texas Infantry, Commanding, age 41

[9 killed, 46 wounded & 1 captured]

COMPANY K

September 1, 1864

[3 wounded]

- Pvt. Antonio Bustillos, 6th Texas Infantry, slightly wounded in the hand.

- Pvt. D. H. Corbin, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, slightly wounded, arm & breast.

- Pvt. George Horl, 6th Texas Infantry, severely wounded in the arm.


CASUALTIES OF SMITH'S TEXAS BRIGADE

at the

BATTLE OF ATLANTA

July 21st & 22nd, 1864

Compiled by Scott McKay,

(SMcKay1234@aol.com)

Roswell, Georgia

6TH TEXAS INFANTRY & 15TH TEXAS DISMOUNTED CAVALRY

Col. Robert R. Garland, 6th Texas Infantry, Commanding, age 41

[16 killed, 52 wounded & 15 captured]

COMPANY "K"

[8 wounded & 3 captured]

Capt. Matthew M. Houston, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, slightly wounded.

- 2Lt. Thomas Copeland, 6th Texas Infantry, age 33, captured.

1Sgt. Charles Mainze, 6th Texas Infantry, age 29, captured.

- Cpl. M. V. Boyle, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, severely wounded.

- 1Pvt. Leon A. Freman, 6th Texas Infantry, age 19, captured.

- Pvt. O. Hall, 6th Texas Infantry, slightly wounded.

- Pvt. Ambrose Hawkins, 6th Texas Infantry, slightly wounded.

- Pvt. Thomas Horn, 6th Texas Infantry, severely wounded.

- Pvt. John Huffstuttler, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, slightly wounded.

- Pvt. J. C. Jort, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, severely wounded.

Pvt. William E. Morris, 15th Texas Dismounted Cavalry, slightly wounded.


INFORMATION FOR THE ABOVE LIST GATHERED FROM:

"Casualties of Smith's Brigade, July 21st & 22nd" from the

Galveston Tri-Weekly News - Houston, Texas - September 5, 1864;

on Microfilm at the Dallas Public Library, Main Branch, Dallas, Texas

Capture Information of the 6th Texas Infantry from the appendix of

The Civil War Diary of Charles A. Leuschner, Edited by Charles D. Spurlin

 


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