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Chapman L Davis


Birth: 8 Dec 1825


Death: 15 May 1864


(Aged 38 years, 5 months, 7 days.)


Burial: Lauderdale Springs CSA Cemetery
Lauderdale County, Mississippi, USA

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Served in Company C, 37th Inf., Mississippi as Pvt

Residence was not listed; Enlisted on 4/30/1862 as a Private. On 4/30/1862 he mustered into "G" Co. MO 4th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) (Estimated date of enlistment) Sources used: - Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records Residence was not listed; 36 years old. Enlisted on 9/1/1862 as a Private. On 9/1/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. MS 37th Infantry He died of wounds on 5/15/1864 at Lauderdale Springs, MS He was listed as: * Wounded (date and place not stated) Other Information: born 12/8/1825 Buried: Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS Sources used: - Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records - Mississippi Confederate Grave Registry
Unit Details:
37th Infantry Regiment was organized during the spring of 1862 with men recruited in the counties of Clarke, Lowndes, Greene, De Soto, Jasper, and Claiborne. After participating in numerous battles in Mississippi the unit was assigned to General Hebert's Brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. It was captured when Vicksburg fell and during the siege it lost 17 killed, 56 wounded, and 7 missing. Exchanged, the regiment contained 26 officers and 442 men in December, 1863. It then served under Generals Mackall, Cantey, and Featherston in the Army of Tennessee. The 37th fought in the Atlanta Campaign, endured Hood's winter operations in Tennessee, and ended the war in North Carolina. It reported 5 killed and 27 wounded of the 453 engaged at Iuka, had 19 killed and 62 wounded at Corinth, and sustained 81 casualties at Hatchie's Bridge. Many were disabled in Tennessee, and early in 1865 its ten companies were reduced to three and the unit was redesignated the 37th Battalion. It surrendered in April. The field officers were Colonels Orlando S. Holland and Robert McLain; Lieutenant Colonels William S. Patton, Samuel H. Terral, and William W. Wier; and Major John McGee.
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