Franklin Blues

Contributed by Lee Freeman


SOURCE: Florence Gazette, Wed., April 10, 1861, page 1

 

Franklin Blues

 

Below will be found the names of the Officers and Privates, composing this gallant company, which left Tuscumbia, on Monday, March 25, 1861, destined for Fort Morgan, near Mobile, Alabama.

 

Goodwin, John - Captain

Casey, William - 1st Lieutenant

Goodwin, F. L. B. - 2nd "

McClung, F. B. - 3rd "

Cooper, John W. - Adjutant

Williams, Chas E. - Ensign

Pearce, John H. - Orderly Sergeant

Prout, Joshua - 2nd Sergeant

Morgan, Samuel P. - 3rd "

Donaue, M. C. - 4th "

Moran, Robert E. - 1st Corporal

Christian, Wm. L. - 2nd "

Cooper, Burnt H. - 3rd "

Shegog, James H. - 4th "

 

Privates:

 

Aycock, John H

Allen, Aaron A.

Abernathy, John

Banister, H. F.

Braden, William

Barton, C. T.

Barnes, James B.

Bowles, William M.

Barr, John

Black, B.

Butterfield, James

Clemment, W. R.

Calhoun, Jas W.

Cockburn, R. Emett

Cotton, O. H.

Cooper, James P.

Davis, W. P.

Devaney, Charles

Elliot, David

Green, M. D. L.

Geise, George A.

Guy, Calvin V.

Griffney, Harry R.

Green, William P.

Goodloe, M. Francis

Hester, R. B.

Hawk, James

Houston, James W.

Harmon, B. F.

Hart, Thomas J.

Hogan, Charles

Jones, Samuel P.

Johnston, H. L. W.

Kerny, Owen M.

Long, Henry C.

Lancaster, A. J.

Messenger, North A.

Mhoon, James

Mhoon, Leonedas E.

Martin, Charles W.

Manley, William C.

Madding, Robt. F.

Miller, Julius

Norwood, Robert

Old, William

Prout, George W.

Patterson, J. A. Jr.

Preston, John H.

Pybas, James C.

Rowland, T. T.

Richardson, J. W.

Richardson, Wiley P.

Rutland, Hugh W.

Stebbins, John B.

Sullivan, James

Sams, Henry H.

Sartin, William S.

Sherrod, F. A.

Sherrod, Henry L.

Tompkins, W. H.

Thompson, W. L.

Thompson, Calvin C.

Wilson, P. P.

Wright, Wm. B.

White, John W.

Wilson, W. H.