Justice, Gilmore, Private Company I, deserted Prater, Daniel, Private Company H, captured near Turman's Ferry, Jan. KY KY Romans, William E., Private Company E, deserted May, Henderson, Private Company I Bevins, John W., Private Company D Sanders, Jacob, Private Company D Borders, Daniel, Private Company G The fleur-de-lis is from the coat of arms of Soissons, a town in France recaptured by the 39th Regiment in 1918. Castle, Amos, Private Company G Davis, William H., Private Company E, died April 8, 1863, at Ashland, Hite, Nicholas, Private Company A Gilliam, Demarcus L. L., Private Company D Hibbitts, Joseph, Corporal Company K Nov. 17, 1864, Badgett, Americus J., Private Company A, died Feb. 24th, 1865, at Louisa, KY in Carter County, KY Sword, William J., Private Company D Louisa, KY McIntire, John, Private Company A Hargate, Henry, Private Company E, deserted Reg. July 1, 1863, to Co. E, died Childers, Alexander, Private Company I Harkness, Joseph S., Private Co. E discharged Sep. 7, 1864, commissioned Ray, Reuben, Private Company K Christian, Lewis, Private Company A Lacy, Keanas F., Private Company D, drowned March 16, 1865, Middle Frasier, Cirus, Private Company B Kenady, John, Private Company K Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls; Virginia. Sterling, Pinson, William R., Private Company E Baker, Henry Jr., Private Company E, deserted Nickels, John, Private Company C Lineage and Honors Information as of 12 November 2013. Mullins, John V., Private Company H Simpkins, Richard, Private Company F, deserted Cumpton, William, Private Company K, transferred to Company B, Dale, Cumins, Private Company I Wright, Charles V., Private Company E Blankenship, Bird, Private Company H 41st Infantry Regiment. Hamilton, James W., Private Company D Smallwood, Elijah R., Private Co. D, discharged Feb. 15, 1864, at Louisa Dempsey, Joseph B., Sergeant Company E Hopkins, James C., Private Company D resigned Feb. 2, 1865 Estep, William H., Private Company H Tipton, Jacob, Private Company K, died 11 Feb. 1865, at Ashland, KY Hall, Flemming, Private Company I, transferred to Company B History. KY Music, Andrew J., Sergeant Company A Spradlin, Soloman, Private Company A Ratliff, William, Private Company F, died May 1, 1863, at Ashland, Mutter, John W., Private Company D, Napper, Samuel, Private Company E Nollen, Apperson, Private Company F, killed Jan. 1, 1864 in Floyd Co., Gunnels, George, Private Company G Owens, Reace, Private Company K, deserted, Pack, George W., Private Company G Four soldiers received the U.S. Medal of Honor while serving with the 39th Infantry. Webb, Jonathan, Private Company E, died July 16, 1863, of accidental Company C KY Blankenship, F. M., Private Company H Ford, James, Private Company B, died April 26th, 1863, at Louisa, KY Mead, James M., Private Company C Hall, Squire, Private Company B Morgan, William, Private Company B, died July 19th, 1863, at Ashland, Tussey, Jonathan, Private Company F, Vance, Mason, Private Company C KY Bevins, George M. D., Private Company E, discharged June 10, 1865, Mainard, Amos, Private Company C King, Franklin, Private Company H Parsons, O.K., Private Company G William H., Private Company K Aldridge, Ali, Jr., Private Company I Blair, John , Private Company B The 39th fought through the Battle of the Bulge, helped secure the Remagen bridgehead and moved across Germany as the allied forces finished off the last of the German resistance. Estep, William, Private Company H Kilgore, Ellington, 1st Lieutenant Company B Company F 140th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers (hosted at Pennsylvania Military Archives) Members of 187th Regiment (hosted at Pennsylvania Military Archives) South Dakota. Norris, David, Private Company I Charles, George, Private Company H KY Kenady, Solomon B., Corporal Company B, deserted Sept. 25, 1863 Bingham, Thomas J., Private Company E, died date unknown at Richmond, Hamilton, Samuel, Private Company K died, date unknown, a prisoner Phillips, James H., Assistant Surgeon Meade, Rodes, Private Company K Slaughter, Nathaniel Mateson Eddington (Captain) – Company A, 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry. Chaney, Jonathan, Private Company I, deserted Company C, died Feb. 7, 1863, at Peach Orchard, 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Jackson, Mississippi, during the late spring of 1862. Childers, Henry, Private Company G Deboard, William, Sergeant Company G Phillips, William E., promoted from Assistant Surgeon to Surgeon January Dotson, Daniel, Private Company H The casualties suffered by a typical American infantry regiment serving in World War II were horrendous. "[3] On 31 July 1943, while temporarily attached to the 1st Infantry Division), the 39th suffered its first serious reverse at the battle of Troina, when entrenched and heavily armed German forces repelled an assault by the 39th Infantry Regiment with heavy casualties. About twenty-five percent of this unit was sick in June, and there were … of fever to 1st Coleman, William F., Corporal Company H, died April 17, 1863, at Louisa, KY Fields, Hiram, Private Company C, died April 24th, 1864, at Louisa, Ford, John W., Sergeant Company B 22d, 1863, at Louisa, KY Blankenship, Daniel, Private Company H Weddington, Jacob, Private Company A, died Feb. 5th, 1865, at Ashland, Brown, Andrew J., Private Company C Rowe, Stephen W., Private Company D, died April 2, 1863, at Louisa, Johnson, Cornelius, Sergeant Company C Aldridge, Ali Sr., Private Company I Luster, Rainey, Private Company H, died May 20, 1865, at Andersonville, KY, on account of disability Watkins, Wilson, Private Company G, deserted 6, 1865 Ga. of scurvy Bowe, Hargis, Private Company A Its decorations include four Presidential Unit Citations, four French Croix de Guerre (two with Palm and one with Gilt Star), and the Belgian Fourageré. KY Goble, Isaac, 1st Lt. Company A Inf. Allen, John, Private, Company H, died Oct. 24, 1864, at Lexington, Taylor, David, Private Company B Coleman, Daniel, Private Company H Feel free to view examples of morning reports and rosters below. Walters, John E., 1st Sgt. Peterson, Allen, Private Company K, deserted Damron, Lewis P., Sergeant Company K, killed in action, 21 Aug. 1863, Skeans, Nathaniel, Private Company B, deserted March 25, 1863 Adkins, Jesse, Private Company I, died April 9, 1864, at Louisa, KY Mainard, Benjamin, Corporal Company C Blackburn, Nathaniel, Private Company D Long, Joseph, Private Company B, deserted March 25, 1863 Porter, Larkin, Private Company G Branham, George W., Private Company G Vanhook, William, Private Company B Bond, Van H. 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division 487. Chumbley, Elias B., Private Company E, deserted Reffett, Joseph, Private Company F Jewel, James, Private Company H, transferred to Company G, October Justice, Caleb, Private Company B Mounts, Elijah, Private Company H, transferred to Company G, October Panley, Jonathan , Private Company C, died April 8th, 1863, at Ashland, Castle, Daniel, Private Company G Newsome, Lackey G., Private Company K, killed in action, 25 Feb. 1865, Piketon (Pikeville), KY Wilcox, Owen, Private Company A, died, date unknown at Louisa, KY Brown, William S., Private Company D Lake, James J., Wagoner Company E 39th Infantry Regiment, organized at Dalton, Georgia, in April, 1862, recruited its members in the counties of Butts, Whitfield, Bartow, Dade, Fayette, Clayton, and Chattahoochee. KY Ray, Jackson, Private Company K Mead, Charles, Private Company G Bennett, Jason, Private Company K, died 18 Dec. 1864, at Paintsville, 47th Infantry Regiment. KY 15, 1864 KY Jacobs, Leonard, Private Company F 4th Battalion 39th Infantry was reactivated in October 2017 at Fort Jackson. James, Abner, Private Company C, discharged Dec. 1865, for disability Thomas, James, Private Company G shot of Kentucky: 1861-1866. Fields, Elisha, Private Company C KY Biliter, William, Private Company D March 21st, 1864 Davis, John, Private Company I Wherley, Harvey, Wagoner Company K 1864. Elkins, Andrew J., Private Company B Cline, Peter, Private Company H, discharged Nov. 21, 1864, at Louisa, Vanover, Henry, Private Company B Kenady, James, Private Company K, died 28 Dec. 1864, at Louisa, KY Payne, George W., Private Company I Rice, George W., Private Company A Mounts, James, Private Company I died, date and place unknown May 19, 1863 Fletcher, Joseph, Sergeant Company C, discharged May 18, 1865, at Lexington, Prater, Ezekial, Private Company F Gibson, William, Private Company F Damron, Spurlock, Private Company K Hatfield, George Jr., Private Company E, died April 8, 1863, at Louisa, Cook, Jarred, Private Company H Gibson, George C., Private Company B, died April 20th, 1863, at Ashland, wounds Justice, William A., Private Company I Cassada, Enoch, Private Company I prison, GA DISCLAIMER. Berry, William T., Private Company G Mims, David A., Colonel, promoted to Colonel and Commanding Officer Crum, Adam, Private Company G Adkins, George A., Private Company C Workman Daniel, Corporal Company I Goodman, Pleasant, Private Company F Wilcox, George W., Private Company A Phillips, William, Private Company H, captured near Turman's Ferry, 23, 1863 Sturgeon, William, Private Company F Company E, discharged Oct. 31, 1864, on Payne, Lewis, Private Company I, died April 24, 1863, at Louisa, KY Youts, (Younts) Solomon, Private Co. K, previously served in Co. D, KY Davis, James Jr., Private Company H KY Newsome, Henry, Private Company C Webb, David J., Private Company F disability Francis, James M., Corporal Company H, captured at Peter's Creek, KY, When questioned about the soundness of the practice, Colonel Flint said, "The enemy who sees our regiment in combat, if they live through the battle, will know to run the next time they see us coming." on account of disability Company C, discharged, commissioned in 6th Adams, William, Private Company K Aikins, William H., Private Company I 23, 1863 Price, Jesse, Private Company G, discharged 2 Jan. 1864, at Lexington, Brady, Elias, Private Company F Robison, Samuel, Private Company B McGuire, William, Corporal Company C, captured Dec. 4, 1862; released Texas. Pinson, Henry, Private Company E died March 8, 1863, at Louisa, KY Charles, Thomas, Private Company E Estep, Elijah, Private Company H Company A Powers, Joseph D., 1st Lt. Company K Riley, Daniel , Private Company C Damron, Wright, Private Company B Hale, Isaac M., Private Company K Hall, Riley, Private Company K KY White, George, Private Company A Colonels. Lambert, Joseph, Private Company K Fletcher, Sylvester, Private Company G Powers, William H., Private Company K, killed in action, 12 June 1864, NameandRank. Hopkins, George, Private Company E, deserted KY, of erysipelas Gunnels, James M., Private Company C died April 13th, 1863, at Louisa, Wood, John, Private Company K Varney, Alexander, Private Company E, deserted Fields, Lewis, Private Company C Burgess, George T., Private Company G Bowen, Henry, Private Company G 1863 Blackburn, Barnabus, Private Company E Adkins, Andrew J., 2d Lt. Company B Gibson, Henderson B., Corporal Company B, deserted May 1, 1865 MD Reffett, Daniel, Private Company F Stafford, E., Private Company I, died March 19, 1865, at Ashland, KY Hall, Granville, Private Company K, deserted Slone, Simeon, Private Company I to 1st The two trees represent the Groves of Cresnes, the site of the regiment's first military success in France during World War I. Mounts, Jackson, Private Company H Clevinger, Silas, Private Company D KY. 19, 1863, Easterling, Henderson, Corporal Company F Berry, William T., 1st Lt. Company E Kiney, John W., Private Company B Allison, James N., Private Company C, discharged May 18, 1865, at Lexington, May, David C., Private Company I KY GA Blankenship, Washington, Private Company H The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Maynard, Stephen, Private Company E, died April 23, 1863, at Ashland, KY Blackburn, Peyton Sr., Private Company E, killed Sept. 16, 1864, by Charles, John, Private Company H, died April 9, 1863, at Louisa, of McCoy, John, Private Company H Bandy, Guy, Private Company I Smith, Thomas, Private Company A Williamson, John E., Private Company E In 1815, after that war ended, the 39th was consolidated with the 8th and 24th Regiments to form the 7th Infantry Regiment.[2]. Brown, William C., Private Company C Dials, Eli R., Private Company A, captured at Johnson County boat fight, Blair, Isaiah , Private Company B Kentucky Cavalry (CSA) KY Hatfield, Jeremiah, Private Company E, died May 10, 1863, at Louisa, Tipton, Wiley, Corporal Company B Goble, Andrew J., Private Company A Nesbitt, William H., Private Company C Akers, William, Private Company A Hickman, John W., Sergeant Company G Howell, John., Private Company B Yates, William, Private Company I, died, date and place unknown Panley, Joseph S, Private Company C, transferred to Co. E, 39th Infantry Justice, William C., Private Company D to 2Lt. Campbell, James M., Private Company D, died May 9, 1863, at Louisa, Elswick, Isaac, Corporal Company D, died Dec 6, 1864, at Louisa, KY. Rowe, Loyd, Sergeant Company D King, Lewis, Private Company H, discharged Nov. 21, 1864, at Louisa, Prater, William, Private Company F Enlisted as a private in Company B, 39th Regiment Georgia Infantry May 12, 1862. Damron, Moses D., Private Company B 44th Infantry Regiment. Roberts, Richard, Private Company A, died Nov. 23rd, 1864, at Lexington, Davis, Squire, Private Company I Cook, William, Private Company D Gilliam, Berry C., Corporal Company D Willis, George, Private Company F, killed in action Jan. 12, 1865, Huntingdon, Edward, Private Company G, died 10 April 1863, at Louisa, Dotson, Elijah, Jr., Private Company H, died May 21, 1865, at Andersonville, Patton, John Jr., Private Company F Stiltner, Fredrick, Private Company I Daniels, David, Private Company H, died Aug. 7, 1864, at Mt. Muncey, Archibald, Private Company I Welch, Toliver, Private Company A, deserted March 26, 1863, at Louisa, Damron, William, Private Company B Hill, David, Private Company E Smallwood, John, Private Company D Sipples, Leroy B., Private Company I, died June 1863 at Ashland, KY Vanhoose, John B., 1st Lt. Company G Hatfield, Jacob, Private Company G in Pike County, KY Baker, Andrew, Private Company H Later in the war, the 39th landed at Utah Beach on 10 June 1944 (D+4) with other reinforcing units and then fought through the rugged French countryside. Deboard, John, Corporal Company G Beginning on March the 10th of 1862, the men had begun training at the Opelika Camp of Instruction. Wheeler, Stephen M., Private Company G, transferred to Vet Reserve Blackburn, Gilbert, Private Company E, deserted Charles, Fredrick, Private Company H, prev. Hinkle, John, Private Company H, discharged Nov. 21, 1864, at Louisa< Tackett, Granville, Private Company B April 30, 1863 Colored Cavalry Apr. Tackett, John, Private Company K, deserted Return to Rosters Index Page England, Solomon, Private Company B Adkins, Owen, Private Company I Edwards, Joel G., Private Company G Hatfield, Jacob, Private Company H, transferred to Company I, August Luster, Calvin, Private Company H Perkins, George, Private Company G Dotson, John, Private Company H Adams, William D., Corporal Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at They wer published as a set of 43 volumes between 1893 and 1905. Burriss, James, Private Company E Patton, David, Private Company K, deserted Cross, John M., Private Company G Handshoe, Harrison, Private Company F, deserted McGuire, Jacob J., Private Company E Newsome, Davenport, Private Company B, transferred to Company K Burget, Moses, Private Company I Hurley, John W., Private Company H Ratliff, Andrew J., Cpl. KY, of wounds 45th Regt, Miss. Deskins, Lewis, Private Company I Whitt, James P., Private Company F Perkins, John H., Private Company G Rogers, James, Private Company E Coleman, Richard D., 1st Lt. Company H, killed in action at Turman's Hall, James, Private Company I Kenady, Mc., Private Company K, deserted Endicott, Samuel, Private Company I, captured at Wheeler's Ford, returned 39th Infantry Regiment. Hamilton, Craig, Private Company B KY, of erysipelas to Adjt. Ward, Nathaniel, Private Company E Childers, William, Musician Company G Stratton, Alexander, Private Company C Walters, Wilburn Corporal Company C 1, 1865 KY Browning, Miles B., Private Company D Osborn, Sherwood, Private Company K of fever Raney, Miles, Private Company D Ball, James, Private Company C GA Hughes, Walter, Private Company F Moyers, James D., Private Company E KY Bolen, Enoch, Private Company F Bailey, James C., Private Company K Rowe, Reuben H., Jr., Private Company D Wallace, Soloman, Private Company G, died 8 June 1864, at Louisa, KY KY Handshoe, Adam, Private Company F, deserted McCoy, Andrew J., Private Company E, died Dec. 11, 1862, at Pike County, Reed, Paris L., 2d Lt. Company E, discharged Nov. 25, 1864, of disability Davis, Michael, Corporal Company G Jacob, James, Private Company C Masters, Nathaniel, Private Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at Kiney, Henry, Private Company B Parker, William W., Corporal Company E Dec. 10, 1863 Dec. 4, 1862 Jan. 9, 1864, supposed dead Compton, John W., Sergeant Company B Hunter, Keanas P., Private Company D Hurley, Asbury, Private Company I, deserted KY, of chronic diarrhea, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave #760 Pinson, Thomas, Sgt. Payne, David L., Private Company I Bailey, Calvin, Private Company K, deserted Johnson, Solomon, Sergeant Company C Vermillion, Wallace, Private Company E Wooten, Cassell, Private Company B June Coburn, George, Private Company F, deserted Baker, Nathaniel, Private Company B, deserted March 27, 1863 McLain, Peter, Private Company E Harkins, John J., Private Company B Without this type of information, the NPRC may be unable to perform a search. 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