Felix M. Adams: Mr. Adams was born in Taylor County, Florida August 31, 1845. He is on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry , at Camp Carlton, in Taylor County, in March, 1864 and was discharged at Mosley Hall, April, 1865. Mr. Adams applied for a soldier's pension on July 20, 1907 in Taylor County Florida. His pension records show he owned 111/2 acres of land in Taylor County and list his address as Fenholloway, Florida Taylor County. Mr. Adams died October 6, 1920 in Taylor County.
John T. Albritton :  Mr. Albritton enlisted in Company I 2nd Florida Calvary in October 1863. He is shown as a prisoner of war, surrendered by Major General Sam Jones, at Tallahassee May 10, 1865. He was paroled at Madison, Florida May 20, 1865.
Hiram Allen: MR. Allen was born November 6, 1836 in Decatur County, Georgia. He enlisted Company B. 7th Florida Infantry, at Tampa, Florida in March 1862. He was a shoe maker for the army, first at Knoxville Tennessee then Atlanta, Georgia, and lastly Augusta, Georgia. He applied for a soldiers pension's in Taylor County February, 1902. He list his Post Office address as Perry, Florida
Elisha Barker: Mr. Barker was born in South Carolina and is on the 1860 Taylor County census.  He enlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry , on May 10, 1864. He died in Madison, County on the 7th of January, 1894.
Amon Barnes: Mr. Barnes enlisted in Company A 1st Florida Calvary on October 12, 1861 at Lake City, Florida. He died in Taylor County in 1900 and is buried in Carlton cemetery.
 
Benjamin M. Bennett: Mr. Bennett was born May 4,1845 in Beauford County, South Carolina. He joined Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry in March 1864, at Camp Carlton in Taylor County, Florida. He was paroled at Madison, Florida April 20,1865. His pension application of 1909 shows he owned 80 acres of land in Taylor County and his post office address was Salem, Florida. Mr. Bennett died in Taylor County, Florida, September 2, 1920. (Photo)
David F. Blanton:  Mr. Blanton was born in Lowndes County, Georgia, January 7, 1838. He had been a resident of Florida since April. 29, 1859. He enlisted May 6th 1862, at Greenville, Florida in the 2nd Florida Calvary, Company I. He was surrendered at Tallahassee, Florida , May 10, 1865 and paroled at the same place May 15, 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County August 12, 1909.   (Photo)
Elbert C. Blanton:  Mr. Blanton is on the 1860 Taylor County census. He was born in Lowndes County Georgia, August 31st, 1842. He enlisted in McGehee's Company E 4th Florida Infantry on September, 1861 at Lake City Florida . He transferred to A. J. Lea's Company D in the 5th Florida Regiment in  May of 1862. In July of 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia he was shot through the hand while at the breast works. The wound caused the loss of the use of his hand . He was surrendered April 26th, 1865 and was paroled at Madison, Florida May 23rd, 1865.
William L. Blanton: Mr. Blanton was born January 11, 1846 in Brooks County, Georgia.  In July of 1864 he enlisted in Company H. 5th Georgia Reserves at Savannah Georgia. He was in the hospital at Charlotte North Carolina at the close of the war. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida in 1907. Mr. Blanton died in 1915 at Taylor County, Florida.  (Photo)
John W. Bowden: Mr. Bowden was born Sep. 11, 1831 and died Nov. 8, 1890, in Taylor County, Florida. He was a member of Company E 8th Alabama Infantry. He is listed on the 1880 Taylor County census and is buried at Poor Spot cemetery.
Edward J. Boyett: Mr. Boyett was born  July 23, 1845, in Brooks County, Georgia. He enlisted in the Company E. 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment Reserves in Quitman, Georgia in March of 1864. He was captured December 13, 1864 and paroled at Point Lookout Maryland, February 13, 1865.   He filed for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida in 1918. He died at Fenholloway Florida, Taylor County November 7, 1925.
B. F. Brooks: Mr. Brooks was born in Abbeville County, South Carolina on July 18,1840. He enlisted in Gamble's Light Artillery at  6 mile pond near Tallahassee, Florida on January 15, 1862. He contracted typhoid fever during the war and was bed ridden for 6 weeks at Baldwin, Florida. His arm was injured from falling off a train that was rushing soldier's from Savannah, Georgia to the battle at Olustee, Florida. He was discharged at Tallahassee, Florida in May of 1865. He first filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in August of 1903. Mr. Brooks died December11, 1922 , he is buried at Rocky Ford cemetery, which is near the Taylor- Jefferson County line. (Photo)
George C. Burch: Mr. Burch was born July 29, 1840 in Augusta County, Georgia. On April 5,1861 at Madison, Florida , he enlisted in Company F. 1st Florida Infantry. He was wounded in the leg at the Battle of Missionary Ridge, November 25,1863 and was taken prisoner. He was sent to Fort Delaware and was held prisoner till the close of the war. Mr. Burch filed for a soldier's pension at Taylor County in 1904. He died in 1916 and is buried in Perry, Florida.
Neil Campbell: Mr. Campbell enlisted in Company M of the 2nd Florida Infantry, in August 1861 at Tallahassee, Florida. He was wounded at Gainesville , Va., Sharpsburg, Va. and again at Chancellorsville, Va. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in January of 1901. He listed his address as Iddo, Florida.
Thomas A. Carlton: Mr. Carlton joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry on October 22, 1861. In 1862 he joined the 5th Florida Calvary Company B. He was surrendered at Tallahassee, Florida and paroled there May 12, 1865. He died February 4, 1893 in Lafayette County, Florida. 
Thomas L. Carlton:  Mr. Carlton enlisted in Madison Florida on November 4th, 1863, in Company F, 5th Battalion, Florida Calvary. He was paroled in Tallahassee, Florida on May 12th, 1865. He first applied for a pension on July 21st, 1879 in Taylor County, Florida. Mr. Carlton died January 13, 1904 in Taylor County.  (Photo)
Robert R. Carlton: Mr. Carlton was born in Thomas County Georgia on the 10th of January, 1835. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor, County census. He enlisted in Company E of the 4th Florida Infantry, August of 1861 in Taylor County. He was discharged in Taylor County on May 20th, 1862 because of disability. Mr. Carlton filed for a soldier's pension, September 20, 1903 in Taylor County Florida.
Stephen W. Clifton: Mr. Clifton was born September 26, 1836, in  North Carolina. He enlisted at Fayetteville, North Carolina, March 24, 1862 in Company C. 54th North Carolina Infantry. He was captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia  in November 1863. He spent 16 months in Point Lookout Prison in Maryland. Mr. Clifton was paroled February 25, 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1914.
George C. Collins:  Mr. Collins was born on March 11th, 1838 in Washington County, Georgia. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted at Mosley Hall, Florida in the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I, in 1861. He fought in the battle of Olustee, Florida  and  the battle of Natural Bridge, Florida. He was mustered out at Baldwin, Florida at the close of the war. Mr. Collins applied for a pension in 1907 at Taylor County Florida. He list his mailing address as Fenholloway, Taylor County Florida.
John H. Collins: Mr. Collins was born in Decatur County, Georgia  March 29, 1844. He enlisted at Quincy, Florida, April 8, 1863.He joined  Company B. 5th Florida Calvary. Mr. Collins fought at the Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida.  He was discharged at Tallahassee May of 1865. Mr. Collins applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, in 1907. In 1909 he list his Post Office address as Perry, Florida.
William B. Davis : Mr. Davis was born in Georgia in 1834.He enlisted in Company A of the 6th Florida Infantry Regiment, at Quincy, Florida. He is listed on the 1900 Taylor County census. He died in Taylor County in 1901 and is buried in the city cemetery.
William Day: Mr. Day was born in Hamilton County, Florida in 1844. He enlisted at Jasper, Florida August 23, 1861, in Captain Frink's Company A. 1st Florida Infantry Battalion. Shortly after enlisting Mr. Day was discharged due to ill health and remained at home for 7 months. He then enlisted in Captain Stewart's Company at Jasper, Florida. He states he served 2 years in Florida and was then set to Virginia. Mr. Day's health again began to fail him and he was given a discharge at Richmond, Virginia, August of 1864. Mr. Day filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, April 8,1903. His Post Office address was Perry, Florida.
Jasper Denmark: Mr. Denmark is on the 1860 Taylor County census.  Enlisted in Company M 2nd Florida Infantry, August 20, 1861 in Taylor County, Discharged because of sickness, he reenlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company G. He was appointed Corporal in 1862. He was discharged at Appomattox Court House, 1865 at the close of the war. he died February 14, 1896.
Newton Denmark: Mr. Denmark was born in Brooks County, Georgia,  March 30, `1843. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted at Tallahassee August 20, 1861, in Captain Wash Parkhill's Company  (Independent). He was sent to Virginia and then transferred to the 2nd Florida Infantry Company M., a few days before the "7 Days Battle". Mr. Denmark participated in all the battles of the 2nd Florida. He was discharged at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, May 6, 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor, County Florida March 29, 1904. His Post Office address was listed as Perry, Florida.
Green C. Denmark: Born May 5, 1845 at Brooks County Georgia. Enlisted at Camp Linton, in Madison County, October, 1863 in Captain McGehee's Home Guards, Company B. He was in a special detail to hunt down deserters. He was in the unit that hunted down William Strickland, who had deserted the Confederate Army and formed the "Independent Union Rangers of Taylor County".  This unit was made up of deserters and dissidents of the war. They later formed the 2nd Florida Union Calvary. In 1865 Strickland and 6 other men were sent to destroy the train tracks at the trestle at the Aucilla river, this was to stop Confederate reinforcements from being sent to fight the landing operations of the Union army at Saint Marks, which later led to the battle of Natural Bridge. Strickland set the trestle on fire so the train engineer could see it and hopefully stop the train, thus fulfilling his mission without killing the Confederate soldiers on board. The train made it across.  Green Denmark was one of the men sent back to the trestle to hunt down  Strickland and his men. Three of Strickland's men were killed, one escaped and William Strickland and John R. Brannan were captured. They were taken to Tallahassee, court marshaled and executed. Mr. Denmark assisted with the capture of  several other deserters and did scouting service for the army. He was discharged at Camp Linton in April, 1865.  In 1910 Mr. Denmark applied for a soldier's pension, he listed that he owned 340 acres in Taylor County. He gives his address as Taylor County Florida, P.O. Luther (Shady Grove) and is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census.
James Devane:  Mr. Devane was born in Bullock County, Georgia on January 1, 1827. In 1861 Mr. Devane joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry. he says in his pension request that the Company went from Tallahassee to Saint Marks then to Fernandina and then the Company was disbanded. In December, 1862 he enlisted in the 4th Florida Infantry, Captain Beggs Company B. Later he was in 11th Florida Infantry Company E. He was captured in April 6, 1865 and was released at Newport News Virginia, July 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in 1909. His records show he owned 80 acres in Taylor County. His address was RFD #1 Perry, Florida. Mr. Devane died April 4, 1911 in Taylor County.
George Dice: Mr. Dice enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company G, in Jefferson County, Florida. In July of 1863 he was shot in the right arm at the battle of Gettysburg, causing the arm to be amputated.  After the war Mr. Dice lived in Taylor County, Florida between Eridu and Shady Grove, for a period of time. He applied for a soldier's pension in Madison County, Florida in 1899. Mr. Dice died in Madison County, January 2, 1900.   (Photo)
Benjamin B. Dorman:  Mr. Dorman enlisted  March 15,1864 in Captain Spencer's Company B 1st Florida Reserves. He was paroled May 17,1865 at Madison, Florida. Mr. Dorman died in Taylor, Florida County, May 6, 1903. His widow filed for a pension in Taylor County in 1903. She list her address as Dublin, Florida, Taylor County.
M. F. Douglas: Mr. Douglas was born in Abbeville County, South Carolina, January 15, 1849. He enlisted in 1864 at Lamont or Madison, Florida, in  Captain McGehee's Home Guards. He was discharged in Madison County, Florida in 1865. Mr. Douglas applied for  a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, July of 1928. He list his Post Office address as Shady Grove, Florida.
Issac Driggers:  Mr. Driggers enlisted in Company A 18th Alabama Infantry, July 22, 1861 in Coffee County, Alabama. On September 19th, 1863 he was wounded in the right thigh, at the battle of Chickamauga. He was paroled at Montgomery, Alabama, in June of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in January of 1898. Mr. Driggers died November 21, 1900 at Taylor County, Florida.
George W. Eakins: Mr. Eakins was born in Abbeville County, South Carolina, January 5, 1838. He came to Florida in December of 1859. On April 28, 1862 he enlisted in Captain Dyke's ( formerly Captain Gamble's) Florida Light Artillery, at Station #3. Mr. Eakins also served at Andersonville, Georgia guarding prisoners. He was paroled May 10, 1865, at Tallahassee, Florida. He first applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in August of 1897. In his 1909 pension request he states that he owned 160 acres, 7 miles west of Luther( Shady Grove) , Florida in Taylor County.
Matthew English:  Mr. English enlisted in Company D 5th Florida Infantry. He was killed in action at the battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland September 17, 1862. His widow Flora, applied for a pension at Taylor County, August 14, 1889.
Redding English:  Mr. English was born in Georgia and is on the 1860 Taylor County census. He joined Company D 5th Florida Infantry. He was killed in action at the battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland September 17, 1862. His widow Mary, applied for a pension in 1899 in Taylor County.
David L. Ezell: Mr. Ezell was born in North Carolina on November 9th, 1846. He is on the 1860 Taylor County census. He joined  Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry , commanded by Captain J. W. Faulkner, in either late December 1864 or early January 1865, at Camp Carlton in Taylor County. This unit was know as the "Independent Cow Calvary". Their job was to provide beef and provisions to the army and act as a coastal defense unit. The unit drove cattle in Lafayette and Taylor County. Mr. Ezell was in Taylor County at the close of the war, he surrendered his rifle and cartridge box at Camp Carlton and was given a verbal discharge by Captain Faulkner. Those in the unit with horses went to Madison and were paroled. Mr. Ezell was approved for a soldiers pension in Lafayette County in 1909.
Andrew J. Faulkner:  Records show Mr. Faulkner first enlisted in Company E. 1st Alabama Infantry, on July 26, 1861. He served 12 months and was discharged because of disabilities. Mr. Faulkner  reenlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  , in May of 1864 at Taylor County, Florida. He served till the end of the war in 1865. Mr. Faulkner filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County on July 17, 1897. He died in Taylor County on March 29, 1902.  ( Photo)
Z. T. Faulkner: Mr. Faulkner enlisted in Company D, 5th Florida Infantry at Taylor County, Florida in 1862.He was discharged at the close of the war in 1865. He died in Taylor County, October 21, 1894.
James Foster: Mr. Foster was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia, September 13, 1845. He enlisted in Company E 27th Virginia Infantry Regiment. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida in 1908.
Thomas Freeman:  Mr. Freeman was born in Thomas County, Georgia, April7,1831. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. On April 25, 1862 at Monticello, Florida he enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company G. He was surrendered and paroled April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida on September28,1901. His Post Office address was Perry, Florida.
D. F. Gamble: Mr. Gamble was born in South Carolina in 1830. He enlisted in Company D, 2nd Florida Battalion Infantry, at Monticello, Florida in August of 1862 , at the age of 31. He is listed on the 1860 and 1870 Taylor County census.
Sam Garbett: Mr. Garbett was born in Decatur County, Georgia, January 9, 1847. He enlisted in Company F of the 6th Florida Infantry, March 10, 1862 at Apalachicola, Florida. He was surrendered and paroled at Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865.
Stephen Godwin: Mr. Godwin is on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted in Footman's Company 1st Florida Calvary, in 1862. He was later transferred to the 3rd Florida Infantry. In July of 1862 Mr. Godwin was taken ill and had to be furloughed home. His wife picked him up at Tallahassee and took him home. Sometime in January 1863 he died while sick at home. His wife applied for a pension at Taylor County in September, 1899.
James G. Green: Mr. Green was born in 1846 in Pulaski County Georgia. He enlisted in the 3rd Florida Infantry Company G. in 1861. He received a gun shot to the hand 1n 1863 at the battle of Chickamauga. Mr. Green was taken prisoner at Atlanta, Georgia  was held about a week and exchanged and he went back to his command. He was discharged at Greensboro, South Carolina in 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in 1893 at Taylor County, Florida. Mr. Green owned 80 acres in Taylor County in 1909.
John J. Gornto: Mr. Gornto was born in Georgia in 1836. He enlisted in  Company C, Florida 7th Infantry Regiment on 25 Apr 1862 at Gainesville, Florida. He received a disability discharge from Company C, 7th Infantry Regiment Florida on 9 Aug 1862. He served in captain Stubbs Regiment of Munnerlyn's Battalion, from March 1864 till May 1865. He Died 1 Jan 1892 in Perry, Taylor, Florida.
 
Daniel Grantham:  Mr. Grantham was born in Florida in 1845. He is listed on the 1870 and 1880 Taylor County census. He enlisted as a Private on 1 February 1864.
 in Company B, 9th Infantry Regiment Florida on 1 Feb 1864 at Camp Finegan, Florida. He enlisted in Company H, 5th Battalion Cavalry Regiment Florida on 1 Jan 1865. Mr. Grantham is buried in the Adams cemetery in Taylor County.
 
William H. Grubbs: Mr. Grubbs was born March 7, 1833 in Jefferson County, Florida. He enlisted at Greenville, Florida April 29,1862 in Company I. 2nd Florida Calvary. Later he served in Company F. 5th Florida Battalion Calvary. He was surrendered May 10, 1865 at Tallahassee, Florida and paroled May 12 there. Mr. Grubbs applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, September 23, 1903. He list his address as Sirmons, Florida. He died in Taylor County, March 19, 1908. (Photo)
Thomas L. Gunter: Mr. Gunter was born in Mississippi, September 15, 1846. He enlisted at Camp Carlton in Taylor County, Florida in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  . In August 1864 he was detailed  with several others to go to Jefferson County with Bill Thomas to guard cattle and gather, jerk and ship it to the army. He was doing this when the surrender came. He was discharged June of 1865 at Tallahassee. He applied for a soldier's pension in 1907 at Taylor County, Florida. He list his address as Spring Warrior, Florida and he owned 160 acres of land in Taylor County. Mr. Gunter died in 1914 and is buried in New Hope Cemetery.
Benjamine F. Hagan: Mr. Hagan was born in Thomas County, Georgia February 24,1847. He enlisted at Atlanta, Georgia in March 1863 in Company E. 12th Georgia Infantry (Home Guards?). His hearing was destroyed by a shell bursting close to him and he also was wounded by a gun shot to the hip during his service. Mr. Hagan applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida on July 18, 1895
Nathan L. Hall: Mr. Hall was born April 28, 1834 in Hamilton County, Florida. In September 1861 he enlisted in Houston, Florida in Company E 4th Florida Infantry Regiment . He was shot in the left leg at Murfreesboro, Tennessee in January 1863.  He was discharged at Greensboro, North Carolina in April of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1899. He list that he owned 40 acres in Taylor County in 1909. His Post Office address was Stephensville ( Steinhatchee) Florida, Taylor County. Mr. Hall died in Taylor County on March 27, 1912.
Thomas P. Hamilton:  Mr. Hamilton enlisted in Gamble's Light Artillery, in April of 1862. He also served at Andersonville, Georgia. He was discharged at Monticello, Florida September 23, 1865. Mr. Hamilton died, February 8, 1897 in Taylor County, Florida.
William C. Henderson:  Mr. Henderson was born November  18, 1846 in Madison, County Florida. He joined Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  in March or April 1864 in Taylor County. He was mustered out at Camp Carlton in Taylor County at the close of the war. Mr. Henderson applied for a soldier's pension in December 1907. He was the janitor at the Perry courthouse. He died August 3, 1908 in Taylor County.
Jacob F. Hartsfield:  Mr. Hartsfield was born November 13, 1844 in North Carolina. He enlisted at Monticello, Florida  May 15, 1864 in the 1st Florida Reserves Company F. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in 1907.
John Wright Hendry: Mr. Hendry first joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry in October 1861. He enlisted in the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I.  April 29, 1862 at camp Tolo. He was discharged at the close of the war in 1865. Mr. Hendry died  in Taylor County April 3, 1880.   (Photo)
Thomas B. Hendry: Mr. Hendry was born in Thomas County, Georgia on April 21st., 1848. He first enlisted in Captain Vance  Randall's Company in the fall of 1864. He transferred to Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  in Madison, Florida  around June, 1864. He was discharged in Taylor, County at the close of the war. His records shows he owned 40 acres in Taylor County. Mr. Hendry applied for a soldier's pension in 1909 in Taylor County. ( Photo)
Robert W. Hendry: Mr. Hendry was born January 29, 1843 in Thomas County, Georgia. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He first joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry in October 1861.  On April 29, 1862, he enlisted in Captain Dozier's Company F, 5th Florida Calvary, at Greenville, Florida. He fought at the battle of Olustee and Natural Bridge. He was discharged at Tallahassee, Florida in 1865. Mr. Hendry applied for a soldier's pension July 26, 1897 at Taylor County, Florida. His Post Office address was Perry, Florida Taylor County.   (Photo)
William S. Hendry: Mr. Hendry was born in Georgia in 1840. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census.   He enlisted in Company E, Florida 4th Infantry Regiment on 01 Sep 1861, at McIntosh, Florida.
Promoted to Full Corporal on 01 May 1863. Mr. Hendry was wounded with a gunshot wound through the right thigh in September 1863. Records show him recuperating at Mosely Hall, Florida in October, 1863. He died in 1896 and is buried in the Carlton cemetery.
 
Theophilus Hill: Mr. Hill was born January 24, 1830, in Jasper County, Georgia. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted November 21, 1863  at Perry, Florida in the 5th. Battalion of Florida Calvary, Company F. He was discharged at Saint Marks, Florida in 1865 at the close of the war.
John W. Hill:  Mr. Hill was born April 16, 1847 in Taylor County, Florida. He appears on the 1860 Taylor County census.  In May of 1864 he joined Captain J. W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  at Camp Carlton in Taylor County. He was discharged at the same location in 1865 at the close of the war. Mr. Hill applied for a soldier's pension in July of 1907, he died December, 1909.
John Hinton: Mr. Hinton joined Captain McGehee's Home Guards, July15, 1864, at Madison, Florida. In his pension records a Mr. Martin on an affidavit he signed says, Hinton did service in the lower parts of Madison and Jefferson County as a home guard and that he left with the company to assist at the Battle of Natural Bridge. He also states that Hinton and the home guards guarded his home as well as others from deserters.  Mr. Hinton was discharged May 5, 1865 at Madison, Florida. he died in Madison County November 27, 1878. His widow filed for a pension at Taylor County,  June1, 1925.
James H. Hogan: Mr. Hogan was born in Webster County, Georgia  September 8, 1835. In August 1862 he enlisted at Monticello, Florida in Captain Pickens Bird's Company, he was mustered in at Lake City 10 days later in Company D 2nd Florida Infantry. Mr. Hogan was sent with his unit to Virginia. Later he was in the 10th Florida Infantry Company E. He was at Petersburg, Virginia June 19, 1864 when he was shot in the left wrist, rendering his hand useless.  He was surrendered at Appomattox Court, Virginia in 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension 1n 1899 at Taylor County, Florida. (Photo)
William W. Holland:  Mr. Holland was born in Lowndes County, Georgia, November 2,1841. He enlisted at Columbus, Florida in 1862 in the 8th Florida Infantry, Company H. Mr. Holland was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg and sent to Fort Delaware P.O.W. camp, where he remained for 23 months. He states that while in prison he nearly froze, and that his health was never very good after that. He was released from prison in June of 1865. He filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, September 12, 1901. His Post Office address in 1903 was Luther, (Shady Grove) Florida.
Joseph W. Horne: Mr. Horne was born in Twiggs County, Georgia May 27, 1838. He enlisted in Gamble's Light Artillery in April 1862 at Drifton, Florida . He was discharged at Tallahassee, Florida in May of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1909. He list his Post Office address as Luther, (Shady Grove) Florida, Taylor County.
John T. Horne: Mr. Horne was born January 24, 1846 in Leon County, Florida. In April 1864 he enlisted in Tallahassee, Florida in  Company E. 1st Florida Reserves. Mr. Horne fought at the Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida and was wounded by a gun shot to the face. He was sent to hospital in Madison, Florida and remained in the hospital till the close of the war. He was paroled at Tallahassee May 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in July 1909. His Post Office address is listed as Perry, Florida Taylor County.
David Houck: Mr. Houck is found on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted at Perry, Florida on April, 1862 in the 8th Florida Infantry Regiment. In 1863 while fighting in the "Wilderness Campaign" in Virginia, he was wounded in the hand. He applied for a soldiers pension, in Taylor County on January 2, 1889.
Theophilus H. Hurst: Mr. Hurst was born in Washington County, Georgia, on July3, 1823. He enlisted November 6, 1861, at Greenville, Florida, in Company F. 1st Florida Calvary. He was discharged from his first unit because of disability and later reassigned to, Captain E.A. Fernandez's  Company of detached Calvary, he served there till the end of the war. He was paroled at Madison, Florida. Mr. Hurst applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida, August 6, 1897. He died in 1909.
Mason J. Howell: Mr. Howell was born 1842 in Coffee County, Alabama. He enlisted in Company K of the 58th Alabama Infantry in 1862. Mr. Howell is on the 1870,1880 and 1900 Taylor County Census. He died in Taylor County in 1914.
James O. Jackson:   Mr. Jackson was born June 7, 1840 in Darlington County, South Carolina. He came to Florida in 1861. He first joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry in October 1861. Later he enlisted at Jasper Florida 1862 in the 5th Florida Infantry, Company F. He was captured April 6, 1865. He was imprisoned at Newport News, Virginia. He was released June 1865. He died March 11, 1911.
James F. Jackson: Mr. Jackson enlisted in Company C. 21st Alabama Infantry in 1863. He was discharged at the close of the war at Meridian Mississippi. He died in Taylor County, Florida, March 18, 1892. His widow field for a pension at Taylor County in 1903.
John T. Jenkins: Mr. Jenkins was born December 17, 1817 in Wilkinson County, Georgia. He enlisted July 1861 at Worth County, Georgia in Company G. 14th Georgia Infantry. His pension records state he was captured at the high bridge on the Appomattox River on the Friday before the surrender. He was discharged April 9, 1865 in Virginia. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida, May 7, 1902. His Post Office address was Perry, Florida. He died in Taylor County in 1902.
Milton W. Johnson: Mr. Johnson was born in 1834. He enlisted in Company K of the 8th Florida Infantry on September 15, 1861, at Tampa Florida. He died in 1897 and is buried in the Mills cemetery in Taylor County.
Mathew A. Jones: Mr. Jones enlisted in the spring of 1863 in Thomas J. McGehee's Company at Jefferson County, Florida. In January 1865 near Aucilla, Florida his Company was on a raid after deserters. He was in a detachment of his company ordered to dismount and follow the dogs being used to trail the deserters. While chasing the deserters in a swamp he ran against a  lighter wood snag  hitting his right leg, just above the ankle. The bone was damaged and the leg was amputated 4 inches below the knee. Mr. Jones applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, May of 1900. His Post Office address was Iddo, Florida.
Charles A. Kelly: Mr. Kelly was born in 1837. He enlisted in Company E of the 5th Georgia Infantry. Mr. Kelly died in Taylor County in 1891 and is buried at New Hope Cemetery.
John R. Kelly: Mr. Kelly was born in Terrell County, Georgia , December 11, 1847. He enlisted in 1864 in Company B 10th Georgia Militia, as a guard at Andersonville prison. He was later attached to Company D, Georgia Cadets. He was discharged at Macon, Georgia in July of 1865. Mr. Kelly filed for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida February 6, 1908. His Post Office address was Fenholloway, Florida. He died in Taylor County, September 8, 1932 and is buried at the New Hope cemetery.   (Photo)
G.M. Kent: Mr. Kent was born in Jefferson County, Georgia in 1845. He enlisted in Kolb's Alabama Battery in 1862 at Eufaula Alabama. Mr. Kent is listed on the 1920 Taylor County census. He died in Taylor County in 1924.
Reuben Kent: Mr. Kent was born December 30, 1838 in Jackson County Florida. He is listed as a shoe maker on the 1860 Taylor County censes. He enlisted in 1861, at Taylor County, Florida, in the 2nd Florida Infantry, Company B. Mr. Kent was wounded in the left side of his chest at the 2nd battle of Manassas, Virginia, in 1863. He was discharged in May of 1865 at Macon County, Georgia. He first applied for a soldier's pension in 1906 at Suwannee County, Florida.
Andrew J. King: Mr. King was born in Coffee County, Alabama, March 9, 1844. He enlisted April 10, 1863, in Company G. 61st Alabama Infantry.  He was captured he states, in the later year of the war and sent to Elmira prison in New York. He was released at the close of the war in 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, April 29, 1903. He died in Taylor County February 15, 1908. (Photo)
James I. Kinsey: Mr. Kinsey enlisted in William Footman's 1st Florida Calvary, in Taylor County on August 5, 1864. He was discharged at Greenville, North Carolina. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, December 16,1901.
Tullius Kinsey: Mr. Kinsey was born in Jefferson County , Florida in 1842. He enlisted June 30, 1864 in Captain Barwick's Company F. 1st Florida Reserves.  Mr. Kinsey was at the Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida and states he was one of the soldiers that fired the first shots at this battle. He was discharged in Tallahassee, Florida in June of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, in September 1908. Mr. Kinsey died in Taylor County in 1920.
John T Kuhn: Mr. Kuhn enlisted in Company A 2nd Tennessee Calvary in 1863. He died at Boyd in Taylor County on May 14, 1925.
A. J. Lea: Mr. Lea enlisted in Company D of the 5th Florida Infantry on March 26, 1862, at Madison, Florida. He died in Taylor County in 1930 and is buried in the Adams cemetery.
Barnabus J. Levingston: Mr. Levingston was born in Telfair County, Georgia, July 15,1842. He enlisted at Springhill, Georgia,  in Company E. 61st Georgia "Sharp- Shooters", October of 1861. He was wounded in the foot at the battle of 2nd Manassas, Virginia. He was discharged at Petersburg, Virginia in 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida in 1912. He owned 10 acres at Fish Creek in Taylor County and had 50 head of hogs..
Abner J. Lewis:  Mr. Lewis was born in Bladen County, North Carolina, December 28, 1835. He enlisted in Montgomery, Alabama, April 9,1862 in the 60th Alabama Infantry, Company C. Mr. Lewis was wounded by a gunshot to his right leg at Petersburg, Virginian in April of 1865. He was taken prisoner while in the hospital, and was paroled at Farmville, Virginia in April of 1865. Mr. Lewis applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida, August 11, 1897. In 1901 his Post Office address was Salem, Florida. (Taylor, County)
Henry B. Lewis: Mr. Lewis enlisted in Madison County, at Camp Linton in 1863. He joined Captain McGehee's Home Guards. On his pension application he list that his service consisted of, catching out-laws.  He died in Taylor County Florida  July 5th, 1902.
John Lewis:  Mr. Lewis enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company D. He died in Taylor County, March 6,1876. His widow applied for a pension in Taylor County in 1909, she list her Post Office address as Hampton Springs, Florida.
William B. Lipscomb: Mr. Lipscomb was born in Edgefield South Carolina, September 24, 1846. He enlisted in Madison, County Florida, in January, 1864, in the 2nd. Florida Calvary Company I. Mr. Lipscomb fought in the battle of Olustee, Florida and the battle at Natural Bridge, Florida. He was wounded at the battle of Natural Bridge and sent to Madison Florida and was not able to return to  service. He was discharged at Madison, Florida in  May or June 1865. Mr. Lipscomb applied for a pension in 1899 in Taylor County, Florida.
Mathew C. Mathis: Mr. Mathis was born in Madison County, Florida May 27, 1847. He enlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry , July 27, 1864 at Taylor County. He was discharged at Perry, Florida  May of 1865.He applied for a soldier's pension in Madison, County September 9, 1897. He died in Madison County, Florida February 21, 1918. His widow applied for a pension in Taylor County, April 1, 1918.
James T. Mathis: Mr. Mathis enlisted at Taylor County, Florida in the 2nd Florida Infantry Company  L. ("Madison Rangers").  His health was not good because of the rigors and diseases of war, even after he came home in 1865. He died in Taylor County , October 7, 1880. His widow applied for a pension at Taylor County, July 19, 1897.
John H. Mathis: Mr. Mathis enlisted in the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I, at Greenville, Florida at Camp Tolo. He was surrendered May 10, 1865 at Tallahassee, Florida and paroled May 25, 1865 same location. He died in Taylor County, March 3, 1896. He did not receive a pension, his wife applied at Taylor County, July 27, 1897.
Robert F. McCall : Mr. McCall was born in Madison, County Florida on December 19, 1844.  He joined  Captain McGehee's home guards. he was discharged at the close of the war in 1865. He filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in 1907.He list his residence as Salem, Taylor County, Florida. He died October 1, 1910, in Taylor County, Florida.
William McDaniel: Mr. McDaniel was born in Georgia in 1832. He was in Company E of the 1st Georgia Regiment. He is listed on the 1900 Taylor County census. Mr. McDaniel died in 1909 and is buried at Lake Bird cemetery.
Z.O. McLeod: Mr. McLeod was born in Brooks County, Georgia on December 5, 1836. In June of 1861, he enlisted in Quitman, Georgia in Company C, of the 26th Georgia Infantry Regiment. In July of 1864 Mr. McLeod was wounded in the right arm, at the Battle of Monocacy Junction, Maryland. As the the result of the wound his arm had to be amputated. Mr. McLeod was taken prisoner at Frederick Maryland, he was held for six weeks and was then paroled and sent to Richmond, Virginia. In 1864, he was honorably discharged. Mr. McLeod came to Florida in October of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1887 and in 1909. Mr. McLeod died on May 10, 1918 in Madison County, Florida.
William McDaniel: Mr. McDaniel was born in Erwin County, Georgia, July 15, 1831. He enlisted in May of 1862 in the 1st Georgia Infantry, Company E. He was surrendered near Goldsboro North Carolina in 1865. Mr. McDaniel applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida, July 30 1897.  He lists his Post Office address as Lake Bird, Florida. He died in Taylor County June 9, 1909
David J. McMullen:  Mr. McMullen was listed on the muster roll of the "Taylor Eagles" a home guard unit formed in Taylor County. The captain of this unit was John M. Hendry. The roll shows Mr. McMullen enlisted on October, 22 of 1861. After three months in this unit, he joined 2nd Battalion Florida Infantry Company D. This company was later transferred to the 10th Florida Infantry, June 8th, 1864. According to a letter written in 1909 by Thomas J. McMullen to the pension board, David was discharged at night, after the battle of Olustee. He had been elected clerk of the court for Taylor County. At the close of the war he was the government tax collector for Taylor County.
William R. Minton: Mr. Minton was born in Hancock County, Georgia November 15, 1836. He enlisted September, 1862 in Abell's Light Artillery Company B. in Clay County, Florida. In early March 1865, he was wounded by shell fragments at the battle of Natural Bridge, Florida. He states he was hit by shell fragments in 19 different places, his breast bone and one leg was broken. He was discharged at Lake City, Florida in May of 1865. He filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, April 9, 1898.
William Jasper Morgan: Mr. Morgan was born November 20th, 1847 in Brooks County Georgia. he enlisted in Captain J. W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry  in April of 1864, at Perry Florida. He was discharged at Taylor County in 1865. He was approved for a pension in 1913 and list his mailing address as Shady Grove post office.
James P. Morgan: Mr. Morgan was born in Hamilton County, Florida, November, 25, 1846. He enlisted November 28, 1861 in the 1st Florida Calvary Company H. He was elected 2nt Lieutenant May 26, 1862 and promoted to 1st Lieutenant July 1, 1862. He was wounded at the battle of Missionary Ridge. He was discharged at Greensboro, North Carolina, April 26, 1865. He applied for  pension in Taylor County in 1931.
Mark Moses:  Mr. Moses enlisted in Company K. 31st Georgia Infantry in September 1861. He and his Company were surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia in April of 1865. He died in Taylor County, Florida, September 17, 1901.
William G. Murphy: Mr. Murphy enlisted in Captain Vance Randall's home guards, in 1863. He was discharged at the close of the war. He died in Taylor County, Florida, February 22, 1888. His widow applied for a pension in Taylor County in 1907.
William H. Newborn:  Mr. Newborn is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He was born in Georgia. It is possible he is the William Newborn listed on the roster of the "Taylor Eagles" home guard unit, formed in 1861 in Taylor County, Florida. He enlisted in Company D. 5th. Florida Infantry in 1863. Mr. Newborn did not draw a pension, his wife applied for one in Desoto County, Florida in 1913.
George W. Odom: Mr. Odom was born in Barnwell County, South Carolina in 1838. He enlisted at Camp Leon in Company D, 5th Florida Infantry, April 24, 1862. Mr. Odom was discharged in April 1865 and filed for a soldiers pension in Taylor County in July of 1909.
John H. O'Steen: Mr. Osteen was born about 1835 in South Carolina. He is on the 1860 and 1870 Taylor County census. He enlisted in Company G of the 3rd Florida Infantry at Madison, Florida, on April 28, 1862. He was listed as a musician.
Thomas Osteen: Mr. Osteen was born in Georgia about 1840. He is listed on the 1860, 1870 and 1880 Taylor County census. He Enlisted at Fort clinch as a Private on 19 August 1861, in Company G, 3rd Infantry Regiment Florida on 19 Aug 1861and promoted to Full 4th Corporal on 15 Oct 1863. He was captured at the battle of Nashville, Tennessee in December of 1864 . He appears on a prisoner of war roll at camp Chase, Ohio, received from Louisville Kentucky, January 4, 1865.
 
Daniel F. O'Quinn: Mr. O'Quinn was born in Muscogee County, Georgia on April 7, 1844. He enlisted in Company A 2nd Florida Battalion Infantry in March, 1863. He was later transferred to Company I 10th Florida Infantry. Mr. O'Quinn was wounded in the right arm in August of 1864, at Horseshoe, Virginia. He was given a furlough home to Taylor County because of his wounds and was not able to return before the war ended. Mr. O'Quinn first applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1897. He list his Post Office as Lake Bird. Mr. O'Quinn died in Madison County, Florida November 18, 1928.(Photo)
Daniel J. Parker: Mr. Parker appears on the 1860 Taylor County Florida census, it shows him owning 640 acres of land. He joined the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I , in Taylor County.  He died in Taylor County 10th of August, 1885.
William M. Parker: Mr. Parker was born in Brooks or Lowndes County Georgia, April 19, 1843. He appears on the 1860 Taylor County census. At Perry, Florida In May 1861, he enlisted in the 2nd Florida Infantry Company L. He was wounded at Gaines Farm, June 27, 1862. Mr. Parker was captured at the battle of Gettysburg June 23, 1863. He was discharged at Fort Delaware, June of 1865 at the close of the war. Mr. Parker applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County Florida, October 23, 1902.
William R. Poppell:  Records show Mr. Poppell enlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's  Company A. 1st Battalion Special Calvary, May 7 186? at Fenholloway, Florida, Taylor County. He was paroled May 19, 1865 at Madison, Florida.
John E. Pridgean : Mr. Pridgean joined Captain John H. Bryant's Company D. 1st Florida Reserves, sometime in 1862. Mr. Pridgean contracted typhoid fever in 1864 at Lake City, Florida and never fully recovered from it. He died in Taylor County, October 25, 1884. His widow filed for a pension in February 1906 at Taylor County.  
Jasper Reese: Mr. Reese enlisted in the 6th Georgia Infantry at Hancock County, Georgia on April 22, 1861. he was discharged in a Richmond, Virginia hospital, for disability at Yorktown, Virginia, January 12,1862. He reenlisted in Company I 59th Georgia Infantry, May 7, 1862. He was paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia April 9, 1865. He came to Taylor County soon after the close of the war. He died February 14, 1887 in Taylor County, Florida. His widow applied for a pension in 1927 at Taylor County.
Jim Reynolds: Mr. Reynolds was born at Chester County, South Carolina,  November 19, 1846. He enlisted at Tallahassee, Florida in May of 1864, in Tubberville's Company E 1st Florida Reserves. He was discharged May 1865 at Tallahassee. He applied for a soldier's pension in 1913.
Richard R. Roberts: Mr. Roberts was born February 22, 1844 in Hamilton County, Florida. He enlisted in Savannah, Georgia in 1864 in Charlie Jenkins Company 1st Florida Infantry, later transferred to the 10th Florida Infantry. he became sick about May 1864 at Richmond , Virginia and was sent home. His doctor did not feel he was able to go back into the field so he was detailed to work in the hospital at Lake City, Florida. He was sent from the hospital with others and fought at the battle of Natural Bridge and was wounded in the left leg. He was discharged at the close of the war at Lake City. Mr. Roberts applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, April 12, 1902.
William O. Rogers:  Mr. Rogers enlisted in the 3rd. Florida Infantry, Company G, on January 2, 1862. He was paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina. Mr.. Rogers died in Taylor County, Florida on August 3rd., 1900.
Joseph R. Rowell:  Mr. Rowell was born in Georgia and is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted in the 2nd Florida Infantry Company L in June 1861 at Madison Florida, in January 1863 he joined Company E 11th Florida Infantry. He was injured by an exploding shell at Petersburg, Virginia, February, 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension December 24, 1890 and list his mailing address as Lake Bird, Florida, Taylor County. He died in May 22, 1896 in Taylor County. 
David Rowell:  Mr. Rowell was born December 29th, 1842, in Jefferson County Florida.  He first joined the Taylor County home guard unit "Taylor Eagles" commanded by Captain John M. Hendry. Later some time in 1862, Mr. Rowell was transferred to the 4th Florida Infantry, Company E.  Mr. Rowell was shot through the right thigh and left arm, (which broke his arm) and was captured at Murfreesboro Tennessee around December, 1862. Later he was exchanged and got back to his command. He was furloughed because of his wounds and stayed home nearly a year. He did rejoin his unit and was captured again January 5th, 1863. He was paroled at Greensborough, North Carolina on May1, 1865. In 1909 he filed for a veterans pension and listed his residence as Taylor County, Florida.
Henry A. Rowell: Mr. Rowell possibly served 3 months in state service, in the "Taylor Eagles" (Robert W. Hendry said he served with him in this home guard unit )  Mr. Rowell enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry, Company D on April 30,1862. He was captured May 12, 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia. He was taken to the prisoner of war camp at Elmira, New York . He was paroled for exchange February 20, 1865. Mr. Rowell died March 26, 1892, in Taylor County Florida.
Joseph R. Rowell:  Mr. Rowell was born in Georgia and is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted in the 2nd Florida Infantry Company L in June 1861, at Madison Florida. In January 1863 he joined Company E 11th Florida Infantry. He was injured by an exploding shell at Petersburg, Virginia, February, 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension December 24, 1890 and list his mailing address as Lake Bird, Florida, Taylor County. He died in May 22, 1896 in Taylor County. 
William Saddler:  Mr. Saddler was born April 22,1847 in Decatur, County Georgia. He enlisted at Madison, Florida, in May of 1864, in Company K. 1st Florida Reserves. He was paroled at Madison, Florida , May 18, 1865. He filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County in March of 1911. He list on his application that he owns 80 acres of land in Taylor County and his Post Office address is Saddler, Florida, Taylor County.   ( Photo)
John J. Saddler: Mr. Saddler was born in Decatur County, Georgia, March 3 ,1838. He was in Company A. 22 Georgia Artillery Battery and at Gadsden County, Florida March 1, 1861 joined Frank Collins Company. In February 1865, he was shot in the left wrist and cut with a saber on the same arm the same day. He was discharged  February 17,1865 in North Carolina. Mr. Saddler applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida on December 1, 1902. His Post Office address was Perry, Florida. He died January 6, 1906 in Taylor County, Florida.
John Sapp:  Mr. Sapp was born in Florida and is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted in the 2nd Florida Calvary in March of 1862. He was taken ill, and while on sick leave died in Taylor County in July, 1864.
Joseph H. Sappington: Mr. Sappington was born in Georgia about 1832. He enlisted in Company F, Florida 1st Infantry Regiment on 05 Apr 1861, at Madison, Florida. He was unable to perform military duty and was discharged on April 4, 1862. Mr. Sappington died in Taylor County in 1880.
William G. Sayers: Mr. Sayers enlisted in 1862 in Company F 44th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry. Mr. Sayers was detailed the last 2 years of his service as a wheelwright and blacksmith. He was discharged at Macon, Georgia at the close of the war. He died in Taylor County, Florida, February 24, 1900.
Eli Sealy:  Mr. Sealy states on his 1908 pension application that he was born the 11th of February, 1843 in Wakulla, County Florida. In April 1863 in Jefferson, County Florida, he joined Company E, 1st Florida Reserves. He states in his pension files that he served in several engagements, and he states he was  wounded at the top of the forehead at the Marianna, Florida fight. . He was discharged in May of 1865 at Tallahassee. He applied for a soldier's pension in September 1908. Mr. Sealy list his address as Lake Joe, Taylor County. Mr. Sealy died in Taylor County,  March 8, 1924.   (Photo)  
William W. Sever: Mr. Sever was born in Bullock County Georgia, January 10th, 1847. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County, Florida census. He enlisted at Perry, Florida, in Captain J. W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry, Company A. on April 1st., 1864. He was discharged at Perry, Florida on April 26, 1865. Mr. Sever applied for a pension in Madison County July 5th, 1907.
Glasson G. Sheffield: Mr. Sheffield enlisted in the 29th Georgia Calvary Company C. at Thomas County, Georgia, August 12, 1863. He was discharged at Waynesboro, Georgia in 1865. Mr. Sheffield applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, July 16, 1897. He list his Post Office address as Lake Bird, Florida, Taylor County. He died in Taylor County, June 19, 1909 and is buried at the Lake Bird cemetery. (Photo)
 Moses Simmons:  Mr. Simmons enlisted in the 1st Florida Cavalry Company H November 23, 1861 at Houston Florida. He was wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga September 19, 1863. Due to his wounds he was mustered out of the 1st Florida Cavalry, November 3, 1864. Some time after this he enlisted in Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry in Taylor County.   (Photo)
Moses Slaughter: Mr. Slaughter was born March 9, 1829 in Lowndes County Georgia. He is listed on the 1860 Taylor County census. He enlisted at Madison, Florida in the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I, April 26, 1863.  Mr. Slaughter was discharged May of 1865 in Duval County, Florida. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1897 and  the 5th of April 1902. He list his residence in 1902 as Luther( Shady Grove), Florida in Taylor County.
Redding Smith: Mr. Smith enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company C. in 1861. He was discharged at the close of the war in 1865. He died January 25, 1895 at Taylor County.
Shadrack Smith : Mr. Smith is listed on the 1860, Taylor County, Florida census. He  first enlisted in R. H. Gambles Light Artillery in 1862 then in April, 1864, Captain J. W. Faulkner's, Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry. He was surrendered and paroled at Madison Florida, May 17, 1865. He died February 6, 1900 in Taylor County, Florida.
John J. Stephens: Mr. Stephens was born in Upson County, Georgia, May 30, 1841. He enlisted in Company I 29th Georgia Infantry at Thomasville, Georgia , October 1, 1861. He was wounded in the right thigh at the battle of Chickamauga, September 18, 1863. He was surrendered at Tallahassee, Florida, May 10, 1865 and paroled at Thomasville, Georgia May 19, 1865. Mr. Stephens applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida in 1906. Mr. Stevens died in Taylor County, May 11, 1908. (Photo)
William C. Stephens: Mr. Stephens was born in Marion County, Florida, August 29, 1833. he enlisted in J.M. Martins artillery Company in Nassau County, Florida in March of 1862. He was discharged May 8, 1865 at Meridian, Mississippi .Mr. Stephens applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida, January 30, 1902. He list his Post Office address as Salem, Florida Taylor County. He died in Taylor County January 20, 1907.
Daniel Stripling: Mr. Stripling enlisted in the 9th Georgia Infantry in 1861. He died in Taylor County, October 9, 1882.
David Sutton:  Mr. Sutton was born in Sampson County, North Carolina about 1833. He enlisted in Company E of the 11th Florida Infantry, March 13, 1863 at Madison, Florida. He was discharged due to health reasons February 1, 1864.  He died in Taylor County in February of 1895.
John H. Sutton: Mr. Sutton enlisted in Company L of the 2nd Florida Infantry in July 1861. He lost his right arm due to wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg in 1863. Mr. Sutton applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County on September 5, 1899. He died in Taylor County in December of 1900.
Lot Townsend : Mr. Townsend enlisted in Company H of the 50th Georgia Infantry March 4, 1862, in Colquitt, County Georgia. He was wounded in the arm, in July of 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg. Mr. Townsend rose to the rank of Captain while serving. He was captured at the battle of Sailor's Creek, Virginia on April 6, 1865 and released June 20, 1865 at Johnson's Island Ohio. He applied for a soldier's pension in Taylor County the 7th of May, 1894.
James Albert Tuten: Mr. Tuten was born in South Carolina about 1820. He is on the 1880 Taylor County census. He enlisted in Company F of the 1st Reserves Florida Infantry at Monticello, Florida, May 13, 1864. He died in Taylor County in 1890 and is buried at Station Field cemetery near shady Grove.
John H. Walker: Mr. Walker was born August 13, 1839 in Madison County, Florida. He enlisted at Monticello, Florida in April of 1863, in Captain Barwick's Company F, 1st Florida Reserves. He was paroled at Madison in May of 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension June 5, 1905. Mr. Walker died in 1918 and is buried in Salem, Cemetery in Taylor County.
Sam D. Waller:  Mr. Waller was born in Alabama about 1841. He enlisted in Company A of the 60th Alabama Infantry in February of 1861. He died in Taylor County in 1901 and is buried in Pleasant Grove cemetery.
James B. Watts: Mr. Watts was born in Madison County, Florida, April 22, 1837. He enlisted at Pensacola, Florida on March 6, 1862 in the 1st Florida Infantry. He was captured at Resaca, Georgia in January of 1864. He was paroled from the Rock Island prison camp in July 1865. He applied for a soldier's pension at Taylor County, Florida in 1907. He list his Post Office address as Fenholloway, Florida.
Andrew J. Weaver:  Mr. Weaver was born in 1817.  He enlisted in Company H, 1st Infantry Regiment Florida on 5 Apr 1861. He died in Taylor County in 1883 and is buried in the Salem cemetery

James H. Wentworth: Mr. Wentworth enlisted in Company D 5th Florida Infantry in 1862, at Madison Florida.  He was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, in 1863 and remained a prisoner till the war ended. He came to Taylor County right after the war.  (Photo)

Richard Moses White: Mr. White was born in Gadsden County, Florida December 6, 1840. In June of 1861 he enlisted in Company L, 2nd Florida Infantry at Madison, Florida. Mr. White was wounded at Petersburg, Virginia and given a furlough home. He was not able to return to his duty because of his wounds. He received his discharge at Tallahassee, Florida in May of 1865. He applied for a soldiers pension in Taylor County, Florida on June 20,1909. He list his Post Office address as Perry, Florida.
Benjamin Whitfield:  Mr. Whitfield was born January 20, 1827 in Roanoke, North Carolina. He enlisted in the 5th Florida Infantry Company G, in Jefferson County, Florida, March, 1861. He was captured at Reams Station in Virginia and paroled out in June, 1865. Mr. Whitfield filed for a soldier's pension July 22, 1897, in Taylor County, he was 75 years old at that time. He died the 6th of March, 1902. (Photo)
Edward M. Wilder:  Mr. Wilder is on the 1860 Taylor County Florida census. In may 1861 he enrolled in Captain Pillans Company L  2nd Florida in Madison, Florida and served 17 months. After his discharge from the 2nd Florida, he joined Gambles Artillery. He also served in Villepigue's Company, then swapped places with another soldier, which placed him back in Florida in Captain Dyke's Artillery. He was ordered to Andersonville Georgia where he served till the close of the war. Mr. Wilder applied for a pension on July 19th, 1897 at Taylor County Florida. He died in Taylor County December 16th, 1899.  ( Photo)
Jerry M. Wilder: Mr. Wilder was born in Taylor County, Florida on February 16, 1847. He is possibly the Jeremiah Wilder on the 1860 Taylor County census. He joined Captain J.W. Faulkner's Company A of the 1st Battalion Florida Special Cavalry , at Camp Carlton, in Taylor County in November or December 1864. He was mustered out at Mosley Hall, Florida at the close of the war. Mr. Wilder applied for a soldier's pension in 1909, he list his address as Fenholloway, Florida in Taylor County.
Iggliah N. Wood: Mr. Wood was born in Columbia County, Florida on August 4, 1843. He enlisted at Bronson in Levy County Florida, in December 20, of 1861, in the 1st Florida Calvary, Company I. He was captured November 25, 1863 at the battle of "Missionary Ridge". He was exchanged in May, 1865. Mr. Wood owned 180 acres in Taylor County. He list his post office address as Salem, Florida, Taylor County. He applied for a soldier's pension in November, 1907.
W. S. Woodall: Mr. Woodall enlisted in Company G of the 45th Georgia Infantry at Macon, Georgia on February 12, 1864. He died in Taylor County in 1937.
 
Andrew J. Wright: Mr. Wright was born in Dougherty County, Georgia. In  April of 1864 he enlisted in the 32nd Georgia Infantry, Company D. He filed for a soldier's pension in Taylor County, Florida,  February 18, 1908. He listed his Post Office address as Fenholloway, Florida. ( Photo)
Michael Young: Mr. Young enlisted in Spencer's Company A. of the 20th Georgia Calvary, in 1861. He later transferred to the 2nd Florida Calvary Company I. He was surrendered and paroled at Baldwin, Florida in May 1865. Mr. Young died in Taylor County in March of 1885. His widow filed for a pension At Taylor County, Florida in July of 1897. She list here Post office address as Spring Warrior, Florida.

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