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For ease in locating Negro soldiers, they will be marked with a red bead.

Compiled by Edson Barlow

 

 

 

 

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Civil War - Confederate Soldiers

A. BARLOW     Private, Co C 46th (Crabtree's) Regiment AR Cavalry, probably 46th AR Infantry Regiment Mounted, organized in late 1864, Colonel W. O. Coleman, surrendered May 11, 1865

A. BARLOW    Corporal, Co A 27th MS Infantry   Perhaps A.A. BARLOW, buried in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton Co GA
Photo contributed by Clinton D. Barlow.    If anyone can make a positive ID of A.A., it would be appreciated to hear from you.

A.B. BARLOW    Sergeant, Co K 24th GA Infantry, original records filed under ALBERT B. BARRON

A.B. BARLOW    Private, Co B Hughes' Battalion MS Cavalry

A.B. BARLOW   Original records filed under WILLIAM L. BARLOW, Private, Co I 26th NC Infantry, organized at Crabtree, Wake Co NC on August 27, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA on April 09, 1865

A.C. BARLOW    Sergeant, Co G 1st Local Troops GA Infantry, demoted to Private.

A.C. BARLOW    Private, Co H 4th TN Infantry, organized at Germantown, Shelby Co TN May 15, 1861, furloughed 30 days on January 05 1865 and rejoined army at Bentonville NC March 19-20 1865, consolidated with other units and redesignated the 3rd TN Infantry Consolidated at Smithfield NC April 09, 1865

A.E. BARLOW   Private, see E.A. BARLOW

A.J. BARLOW    Private, Co H 2nd LA Reserve Corps, on rolls of prisoners of war, paroled at Washington LA on June 17, 1865, res St. Landry Parish Louisiana

A.P. BARLOW, JR.    Private, Co I 6th KY Infantry, enlisted October 28, 1861 at Franklin KY, died of disease October 22, 1862 at Knoxville Tennessee

A.M. BARLOW     see MASON BARLOW  

ABRAHAM BARLOW    Co. B, 37th NC Inf. Resident of Ashe Co., Enlisted in Iredell Co. on August 15, 1862, age 26. WIA and taken POW at Gettysburg, PA on July 01 - 04th, 1863, hospitalized at David's Island, NY Harbor, exchanged at CityPoint, VA on September 08, 1863. Absent with wounds thru February 01, 1864, when status reported as AWOL. Deserted to enemy on October 11, 1864, took oath and was released on October 12, 1864.  

ABRAM BARLOW     Born January 28, 1834, died February 09, 1896, Private, Co B & K 37th NC Infantry, organized at High Point NC November 20, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865.

ALBERT CLARK BARLOW

ALEXANDER D. BARLOW    Private, Co C 1st VA Infantry Reserves, organized by consolidating Averett's and Farinholt's Infantry Battalion of Reserves on August 12, 1864.

ALEXANDER BARLOW   Private, Co H 22nd MS Infantry, promoted to Corporal, served 1861-65, wounded, pension application no. 3814 filed August 06, 1902 as resident of Craighead County AR, died November 22, 1902
Widow Martha Ann Barlow's pension application no. 3814 filed August 08, 1903 in Arkansas

ALFRED BARLOW   Second Lieutenant, Co F 13th TN Cavalry Regiment, organized aspartisan rangers September 1862, Colonel Mounce L. Gore, surrendered at Washington GA on May 11, 1865

ALONZO D. [A.D.] BARLOW, JR.    Private, Co H 9th MS Infantry, wounded ("slight scalp wound") on September 19-20 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga  [The American Citizen October 03, 1863]

ANDREW J. BARLOW    Private, Co A 23rd VA Infantry Battalion, organized with 5 companies January 15, 1862, also known as the 1st Infantry Battalion, disbanded at Christianburg VA April 12, 1865

ANSLOW [ANSLEM] H. BARLOW    Private, Co I 3rd VA Infantry, organized at Portsmouth VA April 20, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865. [Anslem H.W., enlisted February 25, 1862, and was killed in the battle of Williamsburg, May 05, 1862]

ARTHUR BARLOW    Private, Co E 1st (Nelligan's) LA Infantry, enlisted April 28, 1861 at New Orleans LA, present on all rolls to December 1863, on furlough on January and February 1864, absent without leave on July and August 1864

ARTHUR W. BARLOW    Private, Co A 30th GA Infantry   Died in service, Savannah Georgia, May 08, 1862

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BENJAMIN BARLOW   Private, Co A 23rd VA Infantry Battalion, organized with 5 companies January 15, 1862, also known as the 1st Infantry Battalion, disbanded at Christianburg VA April 12, 1865

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARLOW    Private, Co D 5th Cavalry Battalion AL Hilliard's Legion, organized with 3 infantry, 1 artillery and 1 cavalry battalion at Montgomery AL June 25, 1862, 5th Cavalry Battalion transferred December 30, 1862 to Co D 10th Confederate Cavalry Regiment which was formed by consolidating the 19th Battalion GA Cavalry and the 5th Battalion Hilliard's Legion AL Cavalry Family information:   Benjamin F. Barlow enlisted on April 26, 1862 at Lowndes Co Alabama, by J.B. Rudulph for 3 years. Assigned to 5th Battalion (Cavalry) Capt. Rudulph’s Co. “D”, Hilliard’s Legion Alabama Volunteers as a Private. He was captured in Irvine, Kentucky either end of July or early August 1863. He was sent to Camp Chase, Ohio August 14th from Louisville, Kentucky by order of Brig. General J.T. Boyce. He was later transferred to Ft. Delaware on February 29th 1864. He was released from Ft. Delaware on June 14, 1865 at the end of the war.

BRYANT P.S. BARLOW     Private, Co B 7th Battalion MS Infantry, killed in the Seige of Vicksburg

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C. [NICHOLS CICERO] BARLOW   Private, Co F 38th MS Cavalry, buried Mt Zion Cemetery, Wesson, Lincoln Co Mississippi

C. BARLOW    Private, Co G Power's Regiment MS Cavalry

C.B. BARLOW   Private, see CHARLES P. BARLOW

C. C. BARLOW    Private, Co A 1st Battalion -McNair's- MS Cavalry

C.C. BARLOW   Private, Co D 3rd MS Cavalry Reserves

C.C. BARLOW   Private, Captain Gibson's Co MS Cavalry

C.C. BARLOW   Co F 39th MS Infantry

One of the CC BARLOW'S above is CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BARLOW, I'm not sure which, probably Co D 3rd MS, as this is where his brother, Darling Barlow enlisted... One family story handed down says CC served the last 2 years in the Confederate Army, received discharge money in gold, and as he left he paymasters tent he stole the officers pistol. He later traded the pistol for forty acres of land with a cabin! ---seh---

CALLOWAY BARLOW    Private, Captain Jones' Co NC Infantry

CALVIN BARLOW   Born 1829, enlisted March 15, 1862, discharged July 27, 1862 for epilepsy, Private, Co I 26th NC Infantry, organized at Crabtree, Wake Co NC on August 27, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

CHARLES C. BARLOW   Private, Brook's Company of AL Cavalry Reserves. Perhaps AL Hardie's Cavalry Battalion Reserves, organized with 5 companies September 07, 1864, surrendered at Citronelle AL May 04, 1865. Or perhaps AL Thomas' Cavalry Regiment Reserves, organized probably in 1864, disposition unknown

CHARLES G. BARLOW   Private, Co B 10th KY Cavalry, also Co B 11th KY Cavalry U.S.A.

CHARLES G. BARLOW   Forage master, 4th LA Infantry, on rolls of Prisoners of War paroled at Port Hudson LA in July 1863

CHARLES P. BARLOW   Private, Co D 19th (Biffle's) TN Cavalry Regiment, organized October 03, 1862, Colonel Jacob B. Biffle, surrendered at Gainesville AL May 12, 1865 ----He was imprisoned at Rock Island, Illinois for most of the War---

CHAUNCEY  M. BARLOW   Sergeant, Co D Waller's Regiment TX Cavalry, promoted to Second Lieutenant

CHRISTOPHER BARLOW    Private, Co D 5th KY Cavalry, enlisted September 02, 1862 at Lexington KY

CHRISTOPHER BARLOW    Private, Captain Byrne's Co KY Horse Artillery

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D. BARLOW    Private, Co I 24th AL Infantry, organized at Mobile AL October 15, 1861, consolidated with the 28th AL Infantry and the 34th AL Infantry and designated as the 24th AL Infantry Consolidated at Smithfield NC April 09, 1865

D.B. BARLOW     Private, Co I 1st FL Infantry, organized and mustered into Confederate service for 12 months at Chattahoochee FL on April 05, 1861, failed at reorganization February 1862, men who re-enlisted organized into four companies as 1st FL -McDonell's- Infantry Battalion in February 1862

DANIEL B. BARLOW   Son of Elias and Jane Barlow, was born 30 March 1833 in Alabama and died 07 September 1862 in the Civil War, possibly from malaria.

DANIEL J. BARLOW   Private, Co G 13th MS Infantry, promoted to Captain

DANIEL M. BARLOW   Private, Co B 3rd AL Infantry Battalion Hilliard's Legion, organized with 3 infantry, 1 artillery and 1 cavalry battalions at Montgomery AL June 25, 1862, transferred to Co A 60th AL Infantry which was organized by consolidating the 3rd and 4 companies of the 1st AL Infantry Battalions, Hilliard's Legion, at Charleston November 25, 1863, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

DARLING BARLOW   Private, Co A 3rd MS Infantry Battalion and Co B 7th Battalion MS Infantry, captured by Union forces at Franklin TN on November 30, 1864, enlisted in the Union Army to avoid prisoner of war camp and mustered into Co F 5th U.S. Infantry as Private on April 06, 1865. Pension number 41916 filed 27 March 1926 while living in the Harris County Home, Houston Harris Co Texas, died 11 August 1926, buried Evergreen Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co Texas

DAVID D. BARLOW  or D.E. BARLOW or G.E. BARLOW    Private, Co C 19th Battalion GA Cavalry, transferred to Co D 10th Confederate Cavalry which was formed by consolidating the 19th Battalion GA Cavalry and the 5th Battalion Hilliard's Legion AL Cavalry

DAVID H. BARLOW   Private, promoted to Second Lieutenant, Co I 15th NC Infantry, organized as the 5th NC Infantry Volunteers, mustered into Confederate service at Garysburg, Northampton Co NC June 11, 1861, redesignated 15th Infantry on November 14, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

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E. BARLOW   Private, Captain Mallet's Co NC Infantry. Probably Co K 3rd NC Artillery Regiment, Captain Edward Mallet commanding, organized in Craven Co NC in early 1862, became Co C 61st NC Infantry Regiment in November 1862, 61st NC Infantry Regiment was organized at Wilmington NC September 05, 1862, surrendered Orange County NC April 26, 1865

E.A. [ELIAS ABNER] BARLOW    Private, Co H 23rd AL Infantry, organized at Montgomery AL November 05, 1861, regiment surrendered at Vicksburg MS July 04, 1863, paroled later in month and declared exchanged November 1863, consolidated with the 31st and 46th AL Infantry Regiments and designated the 23rd AL Infantry Regiment Consolidated on April 09, 1865

E.D. [EDWARD D.] BARLOW   Private, VA Carolina Light Artillery Battery, Captain Thomas Rowe Thornton, organized in Caroline Co VA July 23, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865.
Disability Pension Application, filed July 1912
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E.P. BARLOW   Private, Co I 25th TN Infantry, organized at Camp Zollicoffer, Overton Co TN August 10, 1861, Colonel Sidney S. Stanton, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

E.V. [EMMETT VIRGIL] BARLOW   Private, Co F 39th GA Infantry and Co B 56th GA Infantry.  Enlisted May 05, 1862, Co B 56 Ga Inf CSA, Captured at Vicksburg, MS, July 04, 1863.  Paroled there July 08, 1863. Pension records show he surrendered at Greensboro, NC April 26, 1865.
From Cemetery Records, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Haralson Co Georgia, born 19 September 1838, Laurens Co Georgia, died 15 August 1911  - Wife Susan A.C. Burrow Children 1. Amelia M. Barlow, born 01 October 1866 in Georgia 2. Mary S. Barlow, born 06 February 1876, Carroll, Georgia, died 1956   3. Arthur W. Barlow, born 27 September 1879 Oaklevel, Cleburne, Alabama

EDWARD BARLOW, see O. BARLOW    Private, Co A 3rd LA Infantry, enl May 17, 1861 at New Orleans LA, promoted to Sergeant July 04, 1862, captured and paroled at Vicksburg MS on July 04, 1863, paroled at Alexandria LA on June 03, 1865, res Iberville Par LA

EDWARD I. BARLOW   Private, Co D 9th KY Mounted Infantry, enlisted October 21, 1861 at Abingdon VA, promoted to 4th Corporal, promoted to 4th Sergeant on December 01, 1862, promoted to 3rd Sergeant on September 25, 1863, died of disease in 1864 at Montgomery AL

ELBERT F. BARLOW   Private, Co K 64th NC Infantry, organized by increasing 11th Infantry Battalion to a regiment in 1862, captured with most of the regiment at Cumberland Gap MD on September 09, 1863, enlisted in the Union Army at Louisville KY to avoid prisoner of war camp

ELIAS WILLIAM BARLOW   Private, Co D 2nd AL Light Artillery Battalion, organized at Mobile AL November 08, 1861, regiment surrendered at Vicksburg MS July 04, 1863, paroled later in month and declared exchanged November 1863, broken up and enlisted men assigned to Barret's MO Artillery Battery November 19, 1863

ELIJAH O. BARLOW    Private, Co D 33rd AR Infantry, organized July 11, 1862, Colonel H. L. Grinstead, surrendered May 26, 1865

ELIPHET BARLOW    Private, Co K 50th NC Infantry, organized at Camp Mangum, near Raleigh NC on April 15, 1862, surrendered at Durham Station, Orange Co NC April 26, 1865

ELISHA BARLOW    Private, Co C 19th Battalion GA Cavalry

ELISHA BARLOW    Private, Co B 14th Battalion GA Light Artillery and Captain Anderson's Battery GA Light Artillery

One of these Elisa's will probaby be ELISHA TILLMON BARLOW, son of Morgan Tillmon Barlow and Mary Allday

ELISHA A. BARLOW    Private, Co D 17th MS Infantry

ELISHA M. BARLOW   Private, Co G 2nd AR Infantry, organized spring of 1861, consolidated with other regiments into the 1st Infantry Regiment Consolidated on April 09, 1865, surrendered April 26, 1865 in NC  [He was wounded by a mini-ball in the right leg during the Battle of Liberty Gap in Tennesee on 25 June 1864. His leg was subsequently amputated four inches below his right knee]

ENOCH BARLOW   Private, Co B 36th MS Infantry

EUGENE BARLOW   Private, Co I 5th KY Cavalry, enlisted September 02, 1862 at Georgetown KY

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FLETCHER D. BARLOW    Born MA, Private, Co K 7th LA Infantry, enl February 22, 1862 age 26 at Ponchatoula LA, wounded at Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862, promoted to Second Lieutenant April 1863, captured at Rappahannock Station VA November 07, 1863, sent to Washington November 11 1863, forwarded to Johnson's Island OH November 14, 1863, released on Oath of Allegiance to U.S. on June 02, 1865, dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, 5' 6", married, resident Covington Louisiana

FRANK BARLOW   Private, Co I 10th KY Cavalry

FRANK BARLOW    Private, Co E 12th MS Infantry

FRANK BARLOW    Private, Co E 36th MS Infantry

FRANK BARLOW, see BENJAMIN FRANK BARLOW

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G.E. BARLOW, see DAVID D. BARLOW

G.M. BARLOW  [Gallant Marshall] Private, Co H 46th GA Infantry, enlisted, 04 Mar 1862, died 02 Nov 1862 in Charleston, Charleston Co SC

GEORGE B. BARLOW    Private, original records filed under GEORGE W. BARLOW, Co A 3rd AR Infantry, organized July 05, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

GEORGE E. BARLOW   Private, Co G 14th TX Cavalry

GEORGE THEODORE BARLOW    Private, Co G 36th MS Infantry, born 1837 in Copiah Co, Mississippi died 1863 in Siege of Vicksburg - Vicksburg Mississippi

GEORGE W. BARLOW   Private, Co E 17th TX Infantry

GEORGE WASHINGTON BARLOW   During the Civil War he was for ten months in the Confederate Service, but took part in no general engagements.

GREEN BARLOW   Sergeant, Co A 4th MS Cavalry and Co B 46th MS Infantry

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H. BARLOW    Private, Co G Power's Regiment MS Cavalry

H. BARLOW    Private, Co G 11th SC Infantry

H. C. BARLOW    Desha County Battalion AR Militia

H. C. BARLOW    Private, Co D 1st NC Infantry Battalion Junior Reserves, organized with 3 companies at Camp Holmes, near Raleigh NC, May 25, 1864, Co D added June 15, 1864, consolidated with 6th NC Infantry Battalion Junior Reserves and designated 70th NC Infantry Regiment (1st Junior Reserves) at Weldon NC July 04, 1864, surrendered Orange Co NC April 26, 1865

H. F. BARLOW    Private, Co G 2nd AR Infantry, organized spring of 1861, consolidated with other regiments into the 1st Infantry Regiment Consolidated on April 09, 1865, surrendered April 26, 1865 in NC

H. M. BARLOW    Sergeant, Co H 14th Confederate Cavalry which was organized in September 1863 by consolidating Garland's Battalion MS Cavalry, Cage's Battalion LA Cavalry (Miles Legion), Captain Rhode's Co MS Partisan Rangers and Captain Mullen's Co LA Scouts & Sharpshooters

H. P. BARLOW    Private, Captain Buck's Co MS Cavalry

H. P. BARLOW     Private, Co A 1st -Patton's- MS Infantry

H. P. BARLOW    Private, Signal Corps -regiment not stated, captured and paroled at Port Hudson LA on July 04, 1863

HAMILTON BARLOW    Private, Co H 58th NC Infantry, organized in Mitchell Co NC July 24, 1862, also known as the 58th Partisan Rangers, surrendered as the 58th Consolidated Infantry April 26 1865

HARMON HOWARD BARLOW     Private, Co C 2nd (Duke's) KY Cavalry, enlisted August 29, 1862 at Glasgow KY, promoted to 1st Corporal October 11, 1862, captured on July 26, 1863 at Salineville OH, prisoner of war at Camps Douglas and Chase.  Barlow, Harmon Howard, born December 04, 1833, and died March 03, 1900, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Barren Co Kentucky

HARRISON BARLOW    Private, Co B 14th Battalion GA Light Artillery and Anderson's Battery GA Light Artillery

HARRISON H. BARLOW    Private, Co C 26th NC Infantry, organized at Crabtree, Wake Co NC August 27, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865

HENRY BARLOW    Private, Co I 154th Senior Regiment TN Infantry Regiment, organized Shelby Co TN May 14, 1861, Colonel Preston Smith, designated as the 2nd TN Infantry Consolidated April 09, 1865

HENRY D. BARLOW  see DAVID H. BARLOW  

HENRY R. BARLOW   Private, Co C 19th Battalion GA Cavalry, transferred December 30, 1862 to Co D 10th Confederate Cavalry which was formed by consolidating the 19th Battalion GA Cavalry and the 5th Battalion Hilliard's Legion AL Cavalry

HORACE BARLOW    Private, Co G 12th MS Infantry, promoted to Sergeant   (Adams Co Mississippi)

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I. M. BARLOW    Co A 18th (Newsom's) TN Cavalry Regiment, organized by the consolidation of Newsom's Cavalry Regiment and four companies of Colonel Jeffrey E. Forrests 4th AL Cavalry Regiment May 11, 1864, Colonel John F, Newsom, consolidated with the 20th TN Cavalry and designated as the 19th and 20th TN Cavalry in March 1865

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