Battle of Iuka
 
 
Identifying the Confederate Dead
Buried in the Mass Grave at Iuka, Mississippi


Last Updated: 20 September 2012

In Shady Grove Cemetery at Iuka, Miss., there is an impossibly long, narrow, and largely unmarked grave.

Of the mere handful of markers placed there, one announces rather matter-of-factly that 263 unknown Confederate soldiers lie buried together in this mass grave, referring to them as: the fallen from the "
Battle of Iuka" (19-20 Sept. 1862).

Since Union forces under Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans held the field following the battle, the man responsible for burying the dead was Capt. William Wiles, then-Federal Provost Marshal who was present on site there. In his report, Capt. Wiles stated he'd collected and buried the remains of "265 Southerners" [Cozzens, pg 133] ... two more than the marker's total reads.

By all accounts, the majority of the fighting and dying on the Confederate side of the battle fell to a relatively small number of regiments within the Confederate Second (Hèbert's) Brigade and the Fourth (Martin's) Brigade. An exhaustive search was made of the Compiled Military Service Records held by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for every
Confederate unit that is documented as having taken the field at Iuka. This search identified men who died as a direct result of the battle, and would therefore almost certainly be buried in the Iuka mass grave. Other sources were helpful in identifying potential candidates for this list, but only NARA records were used as a source of confirmation of death.

Confederate Forces Fielded at Iuka
  • First (Gates’) Brigade (0 reported casualties) was held in reserve until nightfall on 19 Sept 1862 when it was moved forward and replaced the depleted Second Brigade and formed the right wing. Units comprising the First Brigade: 16th Arkansas Infantry, 2nd Missouri Infantry, 3rd Missouri Infantry, 5th Missouri Infantry, 1st Missouri Cavalry and Wade’s Missouri Battery.
  • Second (Hèbert’s) Brigade (reported 63 KIA). Hèbert’s Brigade was by far the most heavily engaged Confederate force in the fight and was engaged in multiple attacks and counterattacks attempting to capture and hold Union artillery pieces operated by the 11th Ohio located at the battle's center-most strategic point. Units making up the Confederate Second Brigade: 3rd Louisiana Infantry (reported 9 KIA), 3rd Texas Cavalry-Dismounted (reported 22 KIA), 14th Arkansas Infantry (reported 2 KIA), 17th Arkansas Infantry (reported 2 KIA), 40th Mississippi Infantry (reported 10 KIA), 1st Texas Legion [a.k.a. 27th Texas Cavalry-Dismounted] (reported 18 KIA), St. Louis Battery (a.k.a. Dawson's/3rd Missouri Light Artillery) and Clark’s Battery (a.k.a. Farris'/2nd Missouri Light Artillery) – neither artillery unit reported any casualties, and according to the O.R., of the two, only the 2nd Missouri's cannon were actively engaged during the fight.
  • Third (Green’s) Brigade (0 reported casualties) was held in reserve for the duration of the conflict at Iuka. Units comprising the Third Brigade: 7th Mississippi Battery, 43rd Mississippi Infantry, 4th Missouri Infantry, 6th Missouri Infantry, 3rd Battalion Missouri Cavalry-Dismounted, Guibor’s Missouri Battery and Landis’ Missouri Battery.
  • Fourth (Martin’s) Brigade (this brigade reported 22 KIA, although no regimental-level reports were made). This command was also heavily engaged in the battle. During the fight, the brigade was divided and two regiments (37th and 38th Mississippi) were split off and sent to the right of the Second Brigade while the other two regiments (37th Alabama and the 36th Mississippi) were sent to the far left wing. The brigade eventually reformed (comprising the Confederate left flank) after nightfall on Sept 19, when the First Brigade was sent forward and relieved the battered Second Brigade. Units making up the Fourth Brigade: 36th Mississippi Infantry, 37th Mississippi Infantry, 38th Mississippi Infantry, 37th Alabama Infantry.
  • Armstrong’s Confederate Cavalry (no report of casualties): Adam’s Mississippi Cavalry, 2nd Arkansas Cavalry, 2nd Missouri Cavalry, 1st Mississippi Partisan Rangers
Confederate after-action reports place the number of soldiers killed in action (KIA) during the battle at 85, with another 157 listed as missing (MIA) and 410 wounded (WIA) at Iuka. Many of the wounded were purposefully left behind in the organized Confederate withdrawl.

Federal reports state that the bodies of
99 Confederate soldiers were collected "on the field" following the battle. Implicitly, these bodies would undoubtedly be those of Confederate KIA, and others who died of wounds (DOW) shortly after the fighting ended – many of whom were likely numbered among the "wounded" or "missing" on Confederate reports.

Even by making
allowances for the typical hyperbole of victors exaggerating the number of enemy combatants killed, or for the losing side to knowingly understate its losses, in either case – considering the Union total, or the lesser Confederate tally – these figures are by no means comparable to the count of 250-plus bodies Capt. Wiles reported he'd supervised the burials of in the mass grave. To explain this sizable and surprising discrepancy, one need only look to yet another Union report originating at Iuka, one in which Federal troopers reported the discovery of a gruesome cache of 162 additional Confederate bodies they'd come across behind the Iuka Methodist Church. Of note, these additional bodies were described as having been "previously prepared for burial." Others have actually accounted for these 162 bodies; in fact, in a published newspaper article of 1867, Dr. William M. Willson calculated this very number when compiling his list of "Confederate Dead," stating that of the total, the vast majority (138) of these men were "known by the citizens here [Iuka] to have been Missourians ...".

The district-wide CSA military hospital system had a long-established presence at Iuka by the time of the battle, and many of the citizens of Iuka were already skilled caregivers by late 1862. Before the fighting kicked off that September afternoon, it appears that 162 deceased
men (most likely previously hospitalized or whom had been cared for in private homes) were just about to be buried by Confederate authorities when Union forces showed up and delayed the burial parties from finishing their duties. These bodies had been collected behind the Methodist Church, which itself was likely used as a place of caring for sick, injured and dying men. These men – although still Confederate soldiers – are clearly not battlefield casualties from the conflict, but now it seems that their remains were intermingled with those killed and wounded from the battle itself. It is therefore understandable that their number was later added to the total of battle casualties, even though these 162 men had died before a shot was fired at Iuka.

Although it is admittedly
impossible to ever know with certainty the identity of any one of the Confederates buried in the mass grave at Shady Grove, the names below are of men who are almost certainly buried there, as their deaths – resulting from their direct participation in the battle – have been verified by their official individual service records.

Since the Confederate retreat left Union authorities in a better position to actually count the dead, the most logical conclusion to be drawn from this research is to accept the initial Federal count of 99 bodies of Confederate dead found "on the field." Then, add to that number, those "previously prepared" 162 bodies discovered behind the Methodist Church, for a revised total of 261 Confederate bodies in need of burial at Iuka following the battle.

To reach
265 – the number Capt. Wiles reported that his detail actually interred in the mass grave – another 4 men must have died after the first count was completed, but before the Union burial detail finished its gristly task, leaving a "battle-related" death total of 103.

This number is much more in line with both the Confederate and Union battle tallies – and, intriguingly enough, is precisely the number of names that has surfaced (thus far) through this research effort. By their own records, it is well-documented that a great many Confederate sick and wounded were simply left behind at Iuka in Federal hands. The names of those men who died of their wounds (DOW) at Iuka within just a few days of the battle have also been confirmed through official records.

There are a great many reports and personal accounts that go into detail about the unseasonable heat and oppressive drought of that September and October of 1862 in the Iuka/Corinth area. These conditions (with temperatures exceeding 90°F) would have provided additional motivation to bury hundreds of rapidly decomposing bodies as quickly as possible.

One first-hand account, written roughly 10 days after the battle, describes the putrid conditions lingering on the field at Iuka. Of note, this source specifically mentions the presence of "graves" ... not still-unburied bodies [Cozzens, pg 133]. This suggests a timeline for a corpse to be counted among the candidates for burial in the mass grave: Clearly, that an individual soldier's death must have occurred before the end of September 1862 (to fall within the 10-day window), and their death had to have occurred at Iuka (not even at relatively nearby Corinth where these same Confederate units soon found themselves).

The best known of the Confederate dead at Iuka,
Brigadier General Lewis Henry Little, is not among those interred at Iuka. Although he was killed there on Sept. 19, and buried in a single grave in the yard of a prominent family, his body was later disinterred and taken back to Baltimore, Md., where he was reburied in his family plot. Whether or not his death is accounted for in the tallies is unknown, but it is clear that his body was never left "on the field" to be collected/counted by Federal authorities.

With the addition of Gen. Little's name to it, the following list provides the most comprehensive grouping of names yet compiled of those confirmed Confederate KIA at the Battle of Iuka – truly "the fallen" from the battle itself – of which the editor is aware.

By removing the General's name, and by adding the names of those confirmed dead from wounds suffered in this battle, who died within the 10-day burial window, one may logically conclude that this list represents a group of 103 rank-and-file Confederate soldiers who are extremely likely – if not highly probable – to be among those interred in the mass grave of Shady Grove, alongside those 162 previously deceased, once-hospitalized men (including 138 Missourians) at Iuka whose identities, unfortunately, remain unknown:

Unit: Last: First: Middle: Rank: Confirmed Cause of
Death:
Date of Death at Iuka in Sept, 1862: Source:
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co F)
Bagby Daniel J. 1 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co F)
Hutchison William   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co K)
Wand G. L. Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co K)
Warner S.   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co K)
Wilkins J.   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co L)
Hendricks Anthony S. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co M)
Gwin Malcomb C. 1 Cpl KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co A)
Wynn W. F. F. 1 Lt DOW 25-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co C)
Calvit Isaac R. 2 Sgt DOW 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27  TX Cav Co C)
Coffee Benjamin B. 1 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co D)
Roach Mathew L. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co E)
Laporte F. H. Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co F)
Hill Wilson   Pvt DOW* 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co F)
Martin Thomas A. 3 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co F)
Waddell William   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co H)
Gentry Samuel   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co H)
Hamilton L. A. 2 Cpl KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co H)
Woods L. B. 5 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(
27 TX Cav Co I)
Ellis William   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co I)
Irvin James T. 2 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co I)
Mayo William J. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co K)
Milwee J. W. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
1st TX Legion
(27 TX Cav Co K)
Rose J.   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
14th Ark Inf
  - Co H
McMaster Thomas   1 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M317
17th Ark Inf
  - Co D
Watrous W. B. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M317
17th Ark Inf
  - Co E
Conley Cyrus L. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M317
17th Ark Inf
  - Co E
Gibson Daniel   4 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M317
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co A
Bridges Duncan F. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co A
Ramouin Joseph B. 2 Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co A/K
Hirsch Henry B. Bugler KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co B
Steward James   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co B
Whitaker B. W. 2 Cpl DOW 21-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co C
Crew Henry M. Pvt DOW 20-Sep NARA M320
3rd LA Inf
  - Co C
McCain A. W. 2 Sgt DOW 20-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co C
Philpott Benjamin F. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
 - Co E
Barton J. R. Pvt DOW 25-Sep NARA M320
3rd LA Inf
  - Co E
Norwood B. L. Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co F
Clark Mathew O. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co G
Tauzin J. M. Sgt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co H
Bickham J. D. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co H
McDonald James   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co H
Singleton S.   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co I
Beale W. H. Pvt DOW 22-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co I
Howell S. J. Pvt DOW 24-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co K
Denham R. D. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  LA Inf
  - Co K
Irvin John B. 1 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M320
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co A
Andrews Blunt   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co A
Sherrod J. H. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co B
Laird Joseph S. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co B
Oliver Ruben W. 2 Cpl KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co C
Bowers W. P. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co C
Caldwell Carter   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co C
Crawley W. P. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co C
Harris William T. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd TX Cav
  - Co D
Cherrytree N. R. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co D
Winton J. F. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co E
McMacken James   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co F
Barnett William J. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co F
Conner A. J. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co G
Beck A. T. Pvt KIA* 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co G
Odell M. J. 1 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co H
Ellison George W. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co H
Hannah W. W. 2 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co I
Cole Dekalb K. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co I
Green William G. Capt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co I
Ingram D. J. 3 Lt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co I
Rice William N. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co I
Taliaferro Andrew J. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd  TX Cav
  - Co K
Bonner William L. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
3rd TX Cav
  - Co K
Hitt John R. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M323
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co A
Banister William   Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co B
Pearson Jeremiah   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co C
Durell John   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co C
Sims William C. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co F
Castleberry James   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co H
Dias William   Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co H
Miller Harry   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co H
Richards B. F. Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M311
37th  Ala Inf
  - Co H
Richards James M. Pvt DOW 19-Sep NARA M311
37th Miss Inf
  - Co A
Allen Henry T. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co A
Arrington James M. Pvt Died 23-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co A
Wells William G. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co C
Scruggs Dewit C./E. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co D
Cox E. Plumer Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co D
Watson Y. A. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co F
Quinby James   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co H
Harden Allen C. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co H
Hargroves William J. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
37th Miss Inf
  - Co H
Simmons S. V. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
38th Miss Inf
  - Co D
Walch William   Pvt KIA* 20-Sep NARA M269
38th Miss Inf
  - Co E
Pope Henry T. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
38th Miss Inf
  - Co E
Price J. M. 3 Lieut KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
38th Miss Inf
  - Co F
Fletcher W. B. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
38th Miss Inf
  - Co F
Thames Joseph   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co B
Wheeler W. L. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co C
McKay Samuel   Cpl KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co D
Strahan W. P. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co E
Peden E. G. Pvt DOW 21-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co F
Holland Henry W. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co H
Coleman R. C. Capt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co K
Barnes W. W. Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co K
Mays Abner   Pvt KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
40th Miss Inf
  - Co K
Mays Jesse   Cpl KIA 19-Sep NARA M269
Total: 103         *presumption of death is noted in NARA file

             
                       

         It is the expressed desire of the editor, that this document may lead to a permanent memorial at Shady Grove Cemetery to list the names of those men who died in the battle and are almost certainly buried there. Although a complete list can never be compiled, perhaps this effort to identify as many as possible may suffice in its place, and a fitting reminder can be crafted to mark the impossibly long line of men who fell at Iuka in September, so long ago, yet remain together to this day.

Reseach compiled and edited by                       Inspired by the idea of

C.C. (Chip) Culpepper II                                        Kenneth E. Byrd, Ph.D.

21 Iviers Drive                                                        Indiana School of Medicine

Little Rock, Ark. 72223                                           635 Barnhill Drive

                                                                               Indianapolis, IN 46202

 

With additional research provided by
William Nolan                                                         Judith Walker

292 Goat Creek Cutoff Road                                 31 County Road 180

Kerrville, TX 78028                                                Iuka, MS 38852

 

Main Research Sources:
A List of Casualties of the 3rd Texas Regiment in the late engagement at Iuka, Miss., Sept. 19, 1862,”
The Texas Republican (Marshall, TX) newspaper of Sat., 11 Oct. 1862 cited by http://genforum.genealogy.com/tx/messages/50495.html

Barnes, Irene, “Hunting Somebody’s Grandpa ... a potpourri of raw history,” self-published, 2003

Cozzens, Peter, “The Darkest Days of the War: The Battles of Iuka and Corinth,” The University of North Carolina Press, 1997

Dewoody, Samuel N., “Names of the Confederate Dead at Iuka, Mississippi” dated 27 April 1866 as it appeared in The Daily Memphis Avalanche (Memphis, TN) newspaper of 26 Oct. 1868

Kitchens, Ben Earl, "Rosecrans Meets Price, The Battle of Iuka, Mississippi," Thorwood Publishers, 1987

Miller, Rex, "Dowdell's Volunteers," History of the 37th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers CSA, Patrex Press, 1992

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama, NARA M311

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Arkansas, NARA M317

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana, NARA M320

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi, NARA M269

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Missouri, NARA M322

National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas, NARA M323

Nolan, William, “3rd Texas Cavalry, Killed & Wounded at Iuka, MS,” unpublished manuscript, 2009

Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series I, Vol 17, Pt 1, 1880

Rowland, Dunbar, "Military History of Mississippi, 1803-1898," 1999 Reprint

Rowland, Dunbar, "Encyclopedia of Mississippi History," Vol 1, 1907 Microfilm

Singletary, Samuel A., (former Sgt. of 37th Alabama Infantry), his eyewitness account of the Battle of Iuka, as it appeared in The Weekly Enterprise, Vol 4., newspaper (Enterprise, Ala., T.J. Carlisle, editor), dated Thurs., 8 May 1902

Tunnard, W.H., and William L. Shea, "A Southern Record, The History of The Third Regiment Louisiana Infantry," 1866; 1997 ed.

Yoseloff, Thomas, ed.; Robert Underwood Johnson, "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War," 1956

 

Special Thanks:

The following individuals shared valuable information, leads, guidance and expert counsel to this project on the various HistorySites.com state-specific Civil War public message boards, and by way of private correspondence with the editor. The importance of their individual and collective expertise, insight and contributions to compiling this data simply can not be overstated.

Arkansas in the Civil War Message Board:
Bryan Howerton

Anthony Rushing

Louisiana in the Civil War Message Board:
Art Bergeron

Evelyn Rard
Gregg Davies

Mississippi in the Civil War Message Board:
Bruce Allardice

Jerry D. Mason

Texas in the Civil War Message Board:
William Nolan
Joe Allport

 

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