Linda, it appears that some of the Guthrie's you asked about had moved to Pope County by the time the war started.
Edmond Guthrie enlisted in Co. H, 35th Arkansas Infantry, at Dover, Arkansas, on June 20, 1862, for three years or the war; age 29, born in South Carolina; and deserted at Little Rock on May 3, 1863. He then enlisted in Co. D, 3rd Arkansas Cavalry, U.S. Volunteers, in Yell County, Arkansas, on October 30, 1863, for three years; age 31, born in Spartanburg District, South Carolina.
Fielding Guthrie applied for a Confederate pension from Pope County in 1907, citing his service in Co. D, 10th Arkansas Infantry, but he is not listed on the company roster.
Frederick H. Guthrie enlisted as a corporal in Co. D, 10th Arkansas Infantry, at Springfield, Arkansas, on July 29, 1861, for twelve months; he reenlisted as a private when his twelve months was up; was captured near Natchez, Mississippi, on July 16, 1863; and was sent to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana, on August 7, 1863, where he died on May 1, 1864. He is interred in Crown Hill Cemetery at Indianapolis.
Michael O. Guthrie enlisted as a private in Co. D, 10th Arkansas Infantry, at Springfield, Arkansas, on July 29, 1861, for twelve months; was wounded at Shiloh, Tennessee, on April 6, 1862; and died of his wounds at Corinth, Mississippi, before April 30, 1862.
Nelson Guthrie appears on a payroll of Co. B, 15th Regiment Arkansas Militia (Pope County Militia), covering the regiment's annual muster for inspection and drill on March 10, 1862.