10th Infantry Regiment

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Field & Staff

The 10th Regiment was composed of the 1st Battalion, Captains J. C. Richard, Co. A; C. J. Jenkins, Co. B; William P. Frink, Co. C; Thomas E. Buckman, Co. D; William H. Kendrick, Co. E; Was W. Scott, Co. F; and four companies from the 2nd Battalion, commanded by Captains Sam W. May, Co. G; John Q. Stewart, Co. H; John Westcott, Co. I; and Marion J. Clark, Co. K. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Hopkins, promoted Colonel, commanded the Regiment; Captain Wash W. Scott promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, and John Westcott promoted Major. Up to April 2, 1865, when General Lee's lines were broken, the stories of the 9th, 10th, and 11th Regiments are almost identical in their general features. The 10th Florida surrendered at Appomattox 18 officers and 154 men.

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Source of rosters and background of units:  Soldiers of Florida in the Seminole Indian-Civil and Spanish-American Wars.  Fred L. Robertson, Compiler.  Prepared and published under the supervision of the Board of State Institutions, As authorized by Chapter 2203 Laws of Florida, approved May 14, 1903.