Claiborne County, MS
 in the Civil War

Claiborne County Units in the Civil War

12th Reg. Inf., Co. H / K - Claiborne Guards
Mustered into State Service March 25, 1861
at Port Gibson, Claiborne County, Mississippi
Captain I.G. Hastings, age 48, retired
Captain Henry Hughes, promoted Colonel, killed May 1864
Captain A.K. Jones
Captain R.R. Applewhite commanding, May 1864
1st Lt. A.I. Lewis
1st Lt. A.K. Jones
2nd Lt. W.H. Hastings
2nd Lt. A.J. Sims
3rd Lt. William T. Jeffries

16th Reg. Inf., Co. G - Fairview Rifles (aka Claiborne Rangers)
10th Reg. Inf., Co. C - Port Gibson Riflemen
10th Reg. Inf., Co. I - Columbia Guards
38th Reg. Inf. (Mtd.), Co. B -Van Dorn Guards
48th Reg. Inf., Co. F - Claiborne Volunteers
(also, Co. F, 2nd Battalion Inf)
1st Regiment Wirt Adams Cavalry,
Company F / I - Warren & Claiborne Guards
4th Regiment Cavalry, Co. C - Magruder Partisans Rangers
(also Co. A, Hughes' Battalion Cavalry)
4th Regiment Cavalry, Co. D - McLean's Co.
(also Co. C, Hughes' Battalion Cavalry)
Power's Regiment. Cavalry, Co. G - William's Co. (LA & MS)

Powers Cavalry Regiment, Owen's Scouts (LA & MS)

Yerger's Reg Cavalry, Co. C W. Thompson's Co.

24th Battalion Cavalry, Co. B - Hargrove's Co.
(also, Co. B, Moorman's Cavalry)
Note: Company B -- Capt. Banister Hudnallís Independent Company (raised in Lawrence County, MS), and Capt. Thomas J. Hargroveís/Hargraveís Company [also called Co. D] (raised in Claiborne & Copiah Counties, MS)
24th Battalion Cavalry, Co. D - Davenport's Co.
(also Co. F, Moorman's Cavalry)
Note: Company D -- Capt. Joseph W. Davenportís Cavalry Company [also called Co. F] (raised in Claiborne County, MS)
24th Battalion Cavalry, Co. F - Davenport's Co.
Note:  Company F -- Capt. Joseph W. Davenportís Company of Cavalry (raised Claiborne & Copiah Counties, MS)
Capt. Lewis' Independent Company (Claiborne Light Infantry)
1st MS Light Artillery, Company K - Abbay's Battery
Roberts Company - Mississippi Artillery  (Seven Stars Artillery)
made up of men from Jefferson, Claiborne, Franklin & Copiah Counties
1st Louisiana  Artillery - Watson's Battery

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