4th Infantry Regiment

Company F

MUSTANG GRAYS

Company was organized in Bexar County, Texas, enrolled at Camp Clark, Tex., July 11, 1861, and mustered into the Confederate service at Richmond, Va., Sept.30, 1861.

CUNNINGHAM, ED. H. Capt. - W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Arm amputated: Dischgd. for disability, Nov. 4, 1862.
BROOKS, JOHN F.1Lt. - W. (thigh), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): From., Capt., Nov. 5, 1862: Resgnd., Nov. 7, 1862.
HUGHES, LEMUEL P. 2Lt. - Recruiting serv. in Tex., Feb.-Apr., 1862: W. & POW, Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Arm amputated: Paroled, Winchester, Va., Sept. 30, 1862: Prom., 1Lt., Nov. 5, 1862: Prom., Capt., Nov. 7, 1862: Resgnd., Apr. 8, 1863.
LYONS L. P. 3Lt. - W., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Died of wound, June 28, 1862.
BRAHAN, HAYWOOD W. lSgt. (See below)
CUNNINGHAM, J. T. 2Sgt. - See roster, "Regmtl. Hdqtrs., 4th Tex. Inf."
WADE, JOS. D. 3Sgt. (See below)
SAMPSON, EDWIN J. 4Sgt. - K., Gaines' Mill (May 27, 1862).
PENGRA, MARSHALL M. 5Sgt. - W. (groin), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Sick, Summer & Fall, 1862: POW, Cold Harbor (June 9, 1864): Exchanged, Oct.29, 1864.
BENNETT, WALTER A. 2Cpl. - Prom., lCpl., Nov., 1861: Prom., SSgt., May 1, 1862: Sick in hosp. in Richmond, Va., Fall, 1862: Sick furlough to Tex., Mar. 7, 1863: Never returned to Co.: Paroled, Shreveport, La., June 15, 1865.
MURRAY, JOHN DAVID 3Cpl. - Prom., 3Sgt., Oct. 1, 1862: Prom., 2Sgt., Aug., 1862: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Prom., lSgt., Spring, 1865: Paroled, Appomattox (Apr.12, 1865).
GOODLOE, CALVIN 4Cpl. - Sick in hosp., Nov., 18614une, 1862:
Reduced to Pvt.: Dischgd. from service, June 27, 1862 for chronic rheumatism, tuberculosis & lumbago.
KINDRED, E. T. Capt. - Orig. Pvt. in Co.: Prom., 2Lt., Sept.11, 1862: Prom., Capt., Apr. 8, 1863: W., Wilderness (May 6, 1864): W., Darbytown Road (Oct. 7, 1864).
WADE, JOS. D. Capt.
BRAHAN, HAYWOOD W. 1Lt.
PARK, ELI 1Lt. - Orig. lCpl. of Co.: Prom., 1Lt., Apr. 8, 1863: On detchd. serv. to Tex., Spring, 1864, by order of Sec. of War: K., New Market Heights, Aug.18, 1864.
CRIGLER, REUBEN T. 3Lt. - Enl. as a Pvt. at San Antonio, Tex., Mar. 29, 1862: Prom., lCpl.: Elect., 3Lt., May 11, 1863: W., Wilderness (May 6, 1864).
MUSICIANS
DOCKSTADER, OSCAR
WARNER, CHAS.
PRIVATES
ADAMS, THOS. J. - Enl. at Columbus, Tex., Apr. 9, 1862: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Disabled & dischgd.
ALFORD, JAS. - W. (leg), 2nd Manassas (Aug. 30, 1862): W., Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Paroled, Appomattox (Apr. 12, 1865).
ALLEN, GEO. ("Joel") - W., Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Arm amputated: Returned to Tex., Jan. 1, 1864.
ARDOUR, S. H. - Paroled, Appomattox (Apr.12, 1865): No other record.
AYLMER, GERALD G. - Enl., Apr. 9, 1862 at San Antonio: W.
(ankle), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Disabled & dischgd., San Antonio, Apr.28, 1863.
BEDELL, A. M. - EnI. at San Antonio, Mar.31, 1862: Left sick on march from Yorktown, May 12, 1862 & "not heard from since.
BRANTLEY, JOHN L. - Sick in hosp., Winter, 1862-63: Deserted, Spring, 1864.
BRECKENRIDGE, A. N. - Transfd. to Capt. J. D. Imboden's Va. Arty. Btry. (Staunton Arty.), Apr. 1, 1862.
BRIEGER, JOHN G.
BROOKS, ABRAM - Died at camp near Dumfries, Va., Jan.13, 1862.
BROOKS, CINCINNATI - Eni., Mar.31, 1862 at San Antonio, Tex.: W. (head), Cold Harbor (June 5, 1864): Paroled, Washington, D.C., Apr. 14, 1865.
BROWN, CHAS. S. - See roster, "Regmtl. Hdqtrs., 4th Tex. Inf."
BROWN, W. Z. - Dischgd. on Surg. Cert. of disability at Richmond, Va., Nov. 8, 1861.
BUCHANAN, LAFAYETTE - Detailed as nurse at Tex. sick camp, near Richmond, July 20, 1862: Detailed as a Brig. ambulance driver, Jan., 1864: Paroled, Washington, D. C., Apr.14, 1865.
CAMP, THOS. P. - Enl., Mar. 31, 1862 at La Vernia, Tex.: Sick, Summer, 1862: Sick furlough granted: AWOL, Jan., 1864: Never returned to Co.
CAMPBELL, JOHN M. - EnI., Apr. 1, 1862 at San Antonio: Prom., 3Sgt.: Dischgd., May 20, 1863, substitute furnished (Wm. Christie).
CHRISTIE, WM. - A Virginian who enlisted as a substitute for 3Sgt. John Campbell, May 20, 1868, near the Rapidan River: Deserted, May 22, 1863.
CLARK, JOS. - Enl., May 7, 1862 at Columbus, Tex.: Died of typhoid fever in Tex. Hosp. (Richmond), June 3, 1862.
COHEA, ARCHER T. - EnI., Mar. 13, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex., Transfd. to CSA Engineer Corps, Capt., Baldwin's Co., Spring, 1863: Transfd. back to Co.: K., Spotsylvania CH. (May 12, 1864).
COOK, JOHN - Left to nurse wounded at Warrenton, Va. following 2nd Manassas (Aug. 30, 1862): Present for duty up to June, 1863: No record after, Summer, 1863.
COPELAND, JOHN Dischgd. near Dumfries, Va., Dec.14, 1861.
COPELAND, SOLOMON - Paid $75 in bounty money, Nov. 7, 1862: K., Wilderness (May 6, 1864).
CRENSHAW, MICAJAH - Sick, Fall, 1861: Died at a Richmond hosp., Jan.25, 1862.
CRIGLER, REUBEN T. - (See above)
CROCKETT, ED. R. - Recruited, Mar.22, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: Prom., 4Sgt.: Prom., 3Sgt., May 20, 1863: W., Wilderness (May 6, 1864).
CURRIE, JOS. B. - Prom., 4Cpl., May 20, 1863: Prom., 2Cpl., Summer, 1863: W., Chickamauga (Sept. 19, 1863): Leg amputated: Retired by Medical Board.
DANSBY, HARRISON - W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): W. (foot), Richmond Defenses, Dec.13, 1864: Paroled, Jackson, Miss., May 19, 1865.
DIAL, AUGUSTUS A. - Enl., Mar.23, 1862 at San Antonio: W., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Dischgd. on Surg. Cert. of disability, Oct. 4, 1862.
DOLLERY, DAVID - Enl., Mar.20, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Tex.: Sick, May, 1862-June, 1863: Sick leave granted, Summer, 1863: AWOL in Tex.: Never returned to Co.
DOWNING, ED. - Enl., Apr.25, 1862 at Beaumont, Tex.: K., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862).
DREYER (or DWYER), HENRY - Enl., Apr. 2, 1862 at San Antonio: W., Antietam (June 27, 1862): Died of wounds.
DUNN, WM. H. - Sick in hosp., Fail, 1861: W. & POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Confined at Pt. Lookout, Md.: Exchanged, Mar. 17, 1865: Paroled, Appomattox (Apr.12, 1865).
ELLIOT, JOHN B. - See roster, "Regmtl. Hdqtrs., 4th Tex. Inf."
EVATT, JAS. L. - Sick in hosp., Oct.28, 1862: Dischgd. on Surg. Cert. of disability, Dec. 8, 1861.
FISHBURN, JAS. A. - Eni. at 21: Sick on furlough at Lyons; Tex., Aug.15, 1861 to May, 1862: On detached service as shoemaker with "CS Shoe Dept.," Richmond, July, 18634an., 1865: On Feb.17, 1865, shown as a "stable manager" in Patrick Co., Va.
FLOYD, WM. F. - Sick in Richmond, Fall & Winter, 1861: W., Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): Prom., 3Cpl., May 20, 1863: Decapitated by cannon ball at Gettysburg (July 2, 1863). FOSTER, B. H. - See roster, "Regmtl. Hdqtrs., 4th Tex. Inf."
GABBERT, HARMON G. - Extra duty as baker, Feb., 1862: W.,
Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): In guard house under charges, Summer, 1863: Confined at Castle Thunder, Richmond, Spring, 1864:  Awaiting sentence of Court-martial, Aug., 1864: Paroled, Appomattox (Apr.12, 1865).
GIVENS, WM. M. - POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Imprisoned at Ft. Delaware, Md.: Escaped, July 1, 1864, and rejnd. Co.
GOODLOE, WM. - Absent on sick furlough, Winter, 1861-62: Sick in Richmond hosp., Spring, 1862: Dischgd., July 10, 1862, for chronic rheumatism & hepatitis.
GOODWIN, BENJ. - Born in Ireland: Enl. at 40, Apr.10, 1862 at Sutherland Springs, Tex.: Sick, Fall, 1862: Dischgd. on Surg. Cert., Nov.19, 1862 for lumbago & chronic rheumatism.
GRAHAM, JOHN C. - Enl., Apr.10, 1862 at Columbus, Tex.: Sick most of 1862 & Winter, 1862-63: W. (shoulder), Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Arm amputated: Died, July 29, 1863.
GREEN, WM. A. - W. (thigh), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Disabled: Wound furlough to Texas, Nov.15, 1862: Did not return to Co.
HAHN, JOHN - W. (foot), Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Disabled:
Returned to Tex. on furlough: Did not return to Co. HARBOUR, CALLOWAY - Enl., Mar.13, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex,: Died, Dec.16, 1862, while on leave in Monroe Parish, La. HARDOIN, ARCH - EnI., Mar.18, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Tex.: Died of typhoid fever, June 8, 1862.
HARDOIN, SERAND H.
HARWELL, J. R. - Enl., Mar. 15, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: W. (groin), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Dischgd. on Surg. Cert. of disability, Dec.29, 1862: Paroled, Meridian, Miss., May 11, 1865.
HAYNIE, HENRY M. - Enl., Mar.23, 1863 at Oso, Tex.: W. (right thigh) & POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Paroled: W. (right thigh), White Oak Swamp (Aug.16, 1864).
HENDERSON, BENNETT G. - Enl., Mar.31, 1862 at La Vernia, Tex.: K., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862).
HENDERSON, C. F. - Enl., Mar.31, 1862 at La Vernia, Tex.: K., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862).
HENRY, W. R. - Enl., Mar.22, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: Died of acute diarrhea, July 1, 1862.
HOLLANDER, WM. M. - W. (arm), Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): Dischgd. for disability, May 8, 1863.
HOUSTON, RUSSELL - Absent on sick furlough, Mar. 7, 1863: Dischgd., Apr., 1864 in Trans-Miss. Dept.
HOWARD, RUSSELL
HOWARD, WM. - Recruited, Apr. 1, 1862 at San Antonio: POW, Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Confined at Ft. Delaware: Took Fed. oath.
JOHNSON, FRANK - Deserted in New Orleans, Sept. 9, 1861.
JOHNSON, JOHN N. - Sick, Summer, 1862: Detailed to Brig. Provost Guard, Spring, 1863: POW, Wilderness (May 6, 1864): Paroled, Ashland, Va., Apr.22, 1865.
JOHNSON, WM. C. - W., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Disabled from wounds: Detailed as Wardmaster in Tex. Hosp. at Richmond, Spring, 1863-Summer, 1864: Paroled, Meridian, Miss., May 12, 1865.
JONES, ABSALOM R. - Litter bearer, Sept., 1862-Feb., 1864: POW, No. Anna R., May 20, 1864: Took Fed. oath, Oct.15, 1864.
JONES, WM. - On extra duty as teamster in CS QM Dept., Fall, 1861: Sick in hosp. at Richmond, Winter & Spring, 1862: Dischgd., July 27, 1862 for "inability to adapt to milt. service."
KAHR, NICHOLAS - K., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862).
KINDRED, E. T. (See above)
KINDRED, J. H. - Enl., Mar. 18, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Tex.: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Died of wounds.
KINDRED, JAS. B. - Enl., Mar.12, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex., W. (shoulder & side), Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): Disabled, given wound furlough to Tex., Oct.12, 1862: Did not return to Co.
KINDRED, JOHN S. - Enl., Mar. 7, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Tex.: K., Antietam (June 27, 1862).
KINDRED, JOSHUA P. - Enl., Mar. 7, 1862 at Columbus, Tex.: W. (hand), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Detailed as Regmtl. Foragemaster, Aug.31, 1862: POW, Antietam (Sept.17, 1862), left to take care of wounded: Exchanged: Detailed as Forage-master in Div. (Hood's), Dec.16, 1862: Prom. to Div. (Hood's) QM Sgt., Apr. 1, 1863.
KOOLBECK, GARRETT - Detailed as a teamster, Fall, 1861 & Spring, 1862: W. (leg), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Died, spinal meningitis, Sept. 6, 1862.
LOVE, JOS. P. Enl., Mar. 19, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Tex.: K., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862).
McALISTER, CHAS. A. - Prom., 4Cpl., May 1, 1862: W. (hand),
Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Prom., lCpl., Aug. 1, 1862: Courier for Gen. Chas. Field, Spring, 1864: Paroled, Appornattox (Apr. 12, 1865).
McALISTER, DANIEL M. - Prom., 3Cpl., Dec. 1, 1861: Prom., 2Cpl., May 1, 1862: W. (severely in both legs), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Died of wounds, July 15, 1862.
McCANN, THOS. J. - Detailed as Brig. Butcher, Feb.-Apr., 1862 & Feb.-Apr., 1863: W. (severely in hip), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Disabled: Appt. Wardmaster in a Petersburg hosp., Spring, 1864.
MADDOX, JOHN Y. - Sick in hosp., Fall, 1861: Died, Feb. 6, 1862.
MASIUS, EDWIN - Died of disease, July 20, 1862.
MAUS, PETER - Sick in hosp., Oct.28, 1861: W. (ear), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Prom., 4Cpl., Aug. 1, 1862: K., Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862).
MAYFIELD, JAS. S. - Enlisted, Mar. 2, 1863 at Navasota, Tex.: W. (left thigh) in No. Georgia, Sept.15, 1863: No other record.
MEISSNER, PAUL Died at camp near Dumfries, Va., Jan.28, 1862. MENGER, OSCAR - EnI., Apr. 5, 1862 at San Antonio: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Disabled, given wound furlough to Tex., Jan., 1863: Did not return to Co.
MENEFEE, Q. M. - EnI., Mar.22, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: W. & POW, Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): Exchanged: Right leg amputated: Dischgd., Nov.12, 1862  .
MORRIS, WM. - W. (leg), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Extra duty as Regmtl. QM clerk, Jan., 1863: W. (leg), Wilderness (May 6, 1864): Transfd. to Willis' Btln. of Tex. Cav., Feb.13, 1865.
MURRAY, JAS. C. - Enl., Mar. 23, 1862 at San Antonio: Prom., 3Cpl., Nov.22, 1862: Prom., lCpl., May 20, 1863: Hospitalized at Charlottesville, Va., with acute diarrhea, Summer, 1863.
MURRAY, ROBT. W. - Sick in hosp., Oct., 1861: W., Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): Prom., 3Cpl.: W., Wilderness (May 6, 1864): Leg amputated, May 28, 1864.
NAURATH, WM. - On extra duty in Brig. Band: Sick at camp near Richmond, Va., Summer & Fall, 1862: Dischgd., Mar. 5, 1863 for disability (chronic rheumatism) and over-age.
NEWTON, N.M. - Sick in hosp., Oct.19, 1861: Dischgd. on Surg. Cert., Dec. 9, 1861.
PENN, ABRAHAM C. - Enl., at Burleson, Tex., Mar.20, 1863: W., Chickamauga (Sept.19, 1863): Disabled & furloughed to Tex.
PENN, PATRICK J. - Detailed as nurse at hosp. at Winchester, Va., Sept.20, 1862: Prom., 55gt., Nov.22, 1862: Prom., 4Sgt., May 20, 1863: W., Chaffin's Farm (Sept. 29, 1864): Died from wound, Oct. 1, 1864.
PICKETT, MICHAEL - Enl. Apr.25, 1862 at Beaumont, Tex.: W., ("stomach bruised by a bomb"), Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Died, Oct.31, 1863.
POLLEY, JOS. B.
POGUE, LEVI S. - Enl., Mar.15, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: Detailed
to CSA Pioneer (Engineer) Corps: W., Darbytown Road (Oct. 7, 1864): Paroled, Appomattox (Apr.12, 1865).
QUICK, JACOB - EnI., Mar.22, 1862 at Haliettsville, Tex.: Prom.,
2Cpl.: Prom., sSgt., May 20, 1863: W., Chickamauga (Sept.19, 1863): Disabled & dischgd.
RECTOR, JAS. P. - Sick on furlough at Columbus, Tex., Summer, 1861: Deserted in Tex., did not go to Va.
RIGGS, JOHN - On extra duty as baker for Regt., Jan.15, 1862: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Died of wound.
RILEY, DAVID W. - Sick in hosp. at Richmond, Fall, 1861: Deserted from hosp., Jan., 1862.
ROBERTS, JOHN - Detailed as a Regmtl. teamster, Mar.-May, 1862: Detailed as a Brig. teamster, May-Aug., 1862: Sick in hosp., Winter, 1862-Summer, 1863: Deserted, Spring, 1864.
ROBINSON, HENRY - Deserted in New Orleans, Sept.19, 1861.
RUMLEY, JOS. J. - Enl., Mar.17, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex., Sick in hosp. most of 1862 & Winter, 1862-63: POW, E. Tenn., Jan.30, 1864: Confined at Camp Chase, Ohio: Took Fed. oath.
SERGEANT, ANDREW H. - Enl., Mar.14, 1862 at Lyons, Tex.: Prom., 4Cpl.: Prom., 2Cpl., May 20, 1863: Prom., lCpl.: W. (shoulder) & POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Exchanged: Returned to Texas, disabled.
SCHULTZ, WM. - Dischgd. for disability, Dec. 7, 1861: Reenl.: Asgnd. duty as Apothecary at Gen'l. Hosp. No.8 (Richmond), Oct. 9, 1862.
SCHWCEIR, GEO. - Sick in hosp., Fall, 1861: W. & POW, Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Exchanged: Furlough granted to Tex., Nov.15, 1862: Never returned to Co.
SELF, M. M. - Enl., Mar. 22, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: Died of pneumonia, June 20, 1862.
SKINNER, RICHARD H. - Prom., 2Cpl., Nov. 1, 1861: Prom., lSgt., Nov.22, 1862: Sent to Tex. on recruiting duty, Feb.-Apr., 1863: W. & POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Confined at Ft. Delaware: Paroled, Winchester, Va., Apr.24, 1865.
SMITH, HENRY - W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863).
SNEED, ALBERT - W., 2nd Manassas (Aug.30, 1862): Dischgd., Mar.30, 1863.
STEPHENS, THOS. - Enl., Feb 1, 1864 at New Market Rd., Va.: Deserted, Feb.16, 1864: Took Fed. oath, Feb.26, 1864.
SULLIVAN, ROBT. A. - K., Gaines' Mill (June' 27, 1862).
SUMMERVILLE, JAS. - Enl., Mar.23, 1862 at San Antonio: W., Cold Harbor (June 10, 1864): Arm amputated, June 12, 1864.
SUTHERLAND, JACK
SWEET, GEO. H. - Dischgd. by order (S. 0. #21) of War Dept., Jan.27, 1862.
TALLIAFERRO, LAWRENCE Transfd. to a Fredericksburg, Va. Artillery Co., Oct. 5, 1861.
THORNTON, HOWARD G. - Sick, Fall, 1861: Sick furlough, Winter, 1861-62: Dischgd., Sept.16, 1862 for lung disease.
VEAL, FRANKLIN
WALLACE, E. F. - Sick in hosp., Fall, 1861: Missing at Boonshoro, Md. (Sept.14, 1862).
WEBER, SIMON - Sick at hosp. in Fredericksburg, Nov., 1861-Feb., 1862: Present for duty to June, 1863: No other record.
WEIR, HENRY - POW, Point of Rocks, Md., Sept. 12, 1862: Exchanged: Granted sick furlough, Oct.16, 1862: Did not return from furlough: As of Apr.14, 1865, Weir was a Capt. stationed at the CS Arsenal at San Antonio.
WISEMAN, JAS. - Sick, Fall, 1861: W. (hand & thigh) & POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Exchanged, Aug. 31, 1863: W. (thigh), Wilderness (May 6, 1864): Disabled & returned to Tex.: Paroled, San Antonio, Sept.11, 1865.
WOLF, SIMON - W., 2nd Manassas (Aug.30, 1862): Died of wound.
WOOD, GREER W. - Enl., Mar. 22, 1862 at Hallettsville, Tex.: Hospitalized for diarrhea, May, 1862: Hospitalized for typhoid fever, June & July, 1862: POW, Gettysburg (July 2, 1863): Exchanged, Aug.22, 1863: Hospitalized for asthma, May & June, 1864: Paroled at Columbus, Tex., July 28, 1865.

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