This article from a Cross County Microfilm written in 1935 by a Mrs. Hare where she had a muster roll for McGehee's company with the mens names on it from Cross, which has my great great grandfathers name France, Riley included on it.   Connie Cox.

Many Thanks to Connie Cox for her generous gift


A list of the roll of Company A of the 29th Arkansas Confederate Cavalry which was organized at the old Methodist Camp ground near Vanndale in 1863 is a valued possession of Mrs. T. D. Hare.

Captain I. N. Deadrick was Commander  William Grooms was first Lieutenant, John Cross was second Lieutenant. and W. P. Wilkins was third Lieutenant. W.P Brown was orderly Sergeant, John M.  Vann was second Sergeant and Sam Ware was Commissary Sergeant.

Privates were:

Sam Vann
John Graham
Mose Pitt
John S. Haggard
Nath Halk
William Copeland
Jack Witt
Anthony Hogan
Jim Snowden
Clay Nelson
Wilbur Cobb
Tom Taylor
Robert Taylor
William Hooper
William Henderson
Will Pulley
G. A. Tyer
Sam Tyer
Dan Boone
Tom Holland
Joe McGuffy
Jim Trotter
William Jones
Robert Dollar
Marsh Dollar
Henry Watkins
Tom Grant
Neal Landers
George W. Chriscoe
Rufus Sullivan
Ase Searcy
William Bryant
Anderson Page
Riddick Pope
Neverson Pope
Shep Pope
Ben Cooper
James  Prossor
Ben Alls
William Reeves
Will Neal
Billy Wilson
James Elder
John Moore
George Lane
John Douglas
Wiley France
Jim Beard
Robert Reid
Asy Byrum
John Lindley
J. M. Mebane
Baird Hare
Henry Mitchell

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served in these Companies, contact  Jeri Helms Fultz or Bryan Howerton.

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