FIELD OFFICERS AND STAFF
11TH & 17TH (GRIFFITH’S)ARKANSAS
INFANTRY (Mtd) CONSOLIDATED
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
Formed about Dec 1862 or Jan 1863 by the consolidation
of remnants of the 11th and 17th (Griffiths) Regts AR Inf. Mounted
in the spring of 1863 by order of Maj Gen Gardner and subsequently
served east of the Mississippi River as cavalry until the close of the
See A & I G.O. Letter recd 1862-D-1864. Also official records Union and Confederate Armies and paroles.
Port Hudson, LA siege (May-Jul 1863)
Near Natchez, MS (7 Nov 1863)
Meridian, MS campaign (Feb-Mar 1864)
Concord Church, MS (1 Dec 1864)
NARA Film Series M317:
Roll #121 A-Ca
Roll #122 Ch-L
Roll #123 M-S
Roll #124 T-Y
COMPANY A COMPANY B COMPANY C COMPANY D COMPANY E
COMPANY F COMPANY G COMPANY H COMPANY I COMPANY K
GRIFFITH, JOHN Col - Paroled 15 May 1865 at Jackson, MS. Residence: Ft Smith, AR.
JETT, B. P. Jr. Major - Paroled 14 May 1865 at Jackson, MS.
ORTON, G. W. 1Lt & Adj - Enl 20 Apr 1862 at Little Rock, AR. Captured 28 Mar 1864 near Natchez, MS and sent to MP at Johnson's Island, OH. Age 23. Released on oath 14 Jun 1865.
VAUGHT, W.W. Capt & AQM - Paroled 13 May 1865 at Jackson, MS.
LAWRENCE, J.F. Pvt - Paroled 18 May 1865. Age 19. Residence: Ft Smith, AR.
SMART, W.G. Pvt - Paroled 18 May 1865 . Age 28. Residence: St. Helena Parish, LA.
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