Kinnon E. White, age 30 years, was enlisted as a 2nd Corporal on April 2nd, 1862 in Captain McLean’s Company, Company H (Union Rebels), 6th Regiment Florida Infantry by J. J. Finley at Mount Vernon Arsenal, Florida, for a period of 3 years.
The Company Muster Roll for November & December, 1863, documents him as being 4th Sergeant.
He is captured by the 4th Kentucky Cavalry (US) near Lafayette, Georgia on October 18th, 1864.
He appears on a Roll of Prisoners which documents him arriving the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky on November 22nd, 1864, and transfer to Camp Douglas Military Prison At Chicago, Illinois on November 24th, 1864.
He appears on a Roll of Prisoners at Camp Douglas Military Prison At Chicago, Illinois, applying for the oath of allegiance in January, 1865. Remarks taken state, “Claims to have been loyal. Enlisted through false representations. Was captured & desires to take the oath of allegiance to the U.S. & become a loyal citizen.”
He appears on a Record of Prisoners of War at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, stating that he was discharged on May 15th, 1865.