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Robert Evans


Birth: 8 Dec 1817


Death: 16 Mar 1887


Burial: Contrell Cemetery
Contrell, Scott County, Mississippi, USA

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Served in Company F, 36th Inf., Mississippi as Cpl

Residence Scott County MS; 43 years old. Enlisted on 3/4/1861 at Scott County, MS as a Corporal. On 3/4/1861 he mustered into "F" Co. MS 36th Infantry He was Surrendered on 5/4/1865 at Citronelle, AL Other Information: born 12/8/1817 in Scott County, MS died 3/16/1887 in Scott County, MS Buried: Contrell Cemetery, Lena, MS After the War he lived in Scott County, MS Sources used: - Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records - Mississippi Confederate Grave Registry
Unit Details:
36th Infantry Regiment was assembled during the spring of 1862 and mustered into Confederate service at Corinth, Mississippi. Its members were recruited in Scott, Copiah, and Hinds counties. This unit had 326 men engaged at Iuka and lost 12 killed and 71 wounded in the Battle of Corinth. Later it was placed under the command of General Hebert, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and captured when Vicksburg fell. During the siege it reported 28 killed and 72 wounded. After being exchanged, the regiment, serving in Mackall's and Sears' Brigade, fought in the Atlanta Campaign and in Tennessee with Hood, then took part in the defense of Mobile. It sustained 6 casualties at New Hope Church, 38 at Kenesaw Mountain, 29 at the Chattahoochee River, and 13 in the Battle of Atlanta. The 36th was included in the surrender of the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. The field officers were Colonels Drury J. Brown and William W. Witherspoon, Lieutenant Colonels Edward Brown and S.J. Harper, and Majors Charles P. Partin and Alexander Yates.
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