Creator

Date Original

1861 May 16

Description

Muster roll for Company H of the 1st Regiment Infantry of the Arkansas Volunteers under Captain Cabell. Names include A.S. Cabell, William Sharpe, Alexander Parker, Charles Barker, Chas D. Carroll, Andrew J. Weldon, William Ayers, Andrew H. Banister, Samuel Wilburn, Jacob A. Beam, Charles Killgore, Guifford Thomas, Albert Aldridge, Joseph Brown, James B. Cabes, Robert H. Cummings, Dennis Clary, Jasper Holmes, John C. Holmes, Joseph Harper, James Kerewin, John D. Keller, Andrew J Lovel, Terry T. Martin, John Conway, Cyms S. Nothum, Joseph Perkins, Surg M. Parker, Bailey Reed, Randolph Sharpes, William Scaggs, Harder Vickery, Alexander Williams, Thomas P Wilson, John W. Oliver, James Robertson, Lewis Perkins, Melvin Harper, Smith Gunter, John B. Clarke, Francis M. Wisdom, Minor Martin, George Gage, Frank Yancey, Geo. Kersey, Thos. Kersey, Thos. Coleridge, Thos. McFarren, Wilburn Hobbs, David Kenedy, Nikolas T. Boon, Thos B. Gewin, Isac Barnard, Holland C Mustain, Henry McCaslin, Shelby C. Holmes, Robert Oliver, Isac Reed, Francis M. Montgomery, Thos. Scaggs, and Standford H. Wisdom.

Physical Description

Muster Roll, 16"x 36.5"

Subjects

Military officers; Civil War; Military service

Contributor

Captain Cabell

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000201, Item 53

Resource Type

Text

Collection

Wassell family collection, MS. 000201

Publisher

Arkansas State Archives

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

Recommended Citation

Muster Roll, Company H, 1st Regiment Infantry of the Arkansas Volunteers, Wassell family collection, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Rights

Use and reproduction of images held by the Arkansas State Archives without prior written permission is prohibited. For information on reproducing images held by the Arkansas State Archives, please call 501-682-6900 or email at state.archives@arkansas.gov.

Preview

image preview

Files

Download

Download Full Text (488 KB)

Muster Roll, Company H, 1st Regiment Infantry of the Arkansas Volunteers

Share

COinS