In 1911, the Public Acts of Arkansas No. 353 outlined for a census to be taken of Confederate veterans living in Arkansas by the tax assessors of each county. 1751 questionnaires, from 44 of Arkansas’s 75 counties, were completed and are stored at the Arkansas State Archives.

The questionnaires include the veteran’s full name, post office address, date and place of birth, and date and location of enlistment. Information about parents and grandparents, including war service and immigration information, is also included.

To obtain copies of the following questionnaires please visit the Arkansas State Archives or email us at


Submissions from 1911

Williams, William H.

Willingham, Anderson

Willingham, Newton C.

Wilmoth, Francis Marion

Wilson, Benjamin Franklin

Wilson, Elexander Hamilton

Wilson, Elias Newton

Wilson, George Whitfield

Wilson, James Robert

Wilson, James Stephens

Wilson, John D.

Wilson, John Franklin

Wilson, John Harrison

Wilson, Legrande James

Wilson, Russell

Wilson, Thomas Jackson

Wilson, Thomas Jefferson

Wilson, Thomas Lenoar

Wimberly, James Knox

Wingfield, William Franklin

Wisdom, William Carrol

Wise, Francis Middleton

Wise, James Brenter

Wise, Zachariah

Wofford, John B.

Wolf, Michael Hedrick

Womack, Wiley Lewis

Wood, Augustus B.

Wood, George Washington

Wood, Henry Francis

Wood, J. E.

Wood, John Chapel

Wood, Thomas

Wood, Thomas Bailey

Wood, Thomas Jefferson

Wood, T. M.

Wooten, S. V.

Wooten, William Parham

Wray, William J.

Wright, Davis Sayers

Wright, Edward C.

Wright, Franklin Troup

Wright, James Calvin

Wright, Joseph Francis

Wright, Obediah Richard

Wyatt, John Gus

Wyrick, James Deal

Yarberry, Joseph Abner

Yerby, John Thomas

Yopp, Alex F.

York, John Campbell

Younce, George

Young, Daniel Richard

Young, David H.

Young, John

Young, John K.

Youree, Francis William

Youree, John Richard

Zachery, James Bertran