Thomas Jackson

Thomas Jackson

Civil War (Confederate) · Confederate Army · Private E-1
Civil War (Confederate) (1861 - 1865)
State

Florida

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Unit

Sixth Infantry (I-Ma)

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Branch

Confederate Army

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Conflict Period

Civil War (Confederate)

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Rank

Private E-1

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Service Start Date

15 May 1862

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Service End Date

9 Nov 1862

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Served For

United States of America

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Stories about Thomas Jackson

War

    Thomas Jackson was enlisted as Private on May 15, 1862 in Captain Cawthon’s Company, Company H (Union Rebels), 6th Regiment Florida Infantry by S. A. Cawthon at Mount Vernon Arsenal, Florida, for a period of 3 years or the war.  (Company Muster Roll for April 1st to July 1st, 1862).

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for November 12th, 1862 through February 11th, 1863.  This roll documents him being due bounty, and being absent sick at Salvica, Kentucky since October 8th, 1862.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for November 12th, 1862 through February 11th, 1863.  This roll documents him being due bounty, and being absent sick at Salvica, Kentucky since October 8th, 1862.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for February 11th, 1863 through April 17th, 1863.  This roll documents him being due bounty, and being absent sick since October 8th, 1862.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for April 17th through April 30th, 1863.  This roll documents him being due bounty and pay from enlistment, and being left sick in Kentucky  since October 8th, 1862.

    He is reported absent and due commutation from enlistment on the Company Muster Roll for April 30th through July 9th, 1863.  This roll documents him being due bounty and pay from enlistment, and being left sick in Kentucky.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for July 9th through October 31st, 1863.  This roll documents him being left sick in Kentucky.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for November and December, 1863.  This roll documents him being left sick in Kentucky.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for December 31st, 1863, through February 29th, 1864.   This roll documents him being left sick in Kentucky.

    He appears on a List of Confederate Prisoners who have died In General Hospitals in the District of Western Kentucky, dated March 27th, 1863.  Cause of death is given as chronic dysentery, on November 9th, 1862 at the Prison Hospital at Louisville, Kentucky.

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