Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 3/1/1862 at Camp Walton, FL as a Bugler.
On 3/1/1862 he mustered into "E" Co. FL 1st Battn Infantry
He was transferred out on 8/15/1862
On 8/15/1862 he transferred into "E" Co. FL 1st Reorg Infantry
He was Dropped (date not stated)
He was listed as:
* Absent, sick 12/15/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)
Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:
- Soldiers of Florida in the ...Civil War...
- Biographical Rosters of Florida's Soldiers 1861-1865
I can find no rosters in the CSRs files available to me for the 1st Florida Infantry Battalion, C. S. A.
I would not believe he was a Bugler. Confederate infantry regiment companies had two musicians, a Fifer and a Drummer, no Buglers
From his Compiled Service Record File:
Fifer/Musician Isac [sic] P. Pitts, (New) Company E, 1st Florida Infantry, enlisted on March 1, 1862 at Camp Walton, sent to hospital sometime in Jan/Feb 1863, he was recorded on the October 31, 1863 as "Absent, Sick," no further records
Record of Events: Company E (new) First Florida Infantry, C. S. A.
Stationed near Knoxville, Tennessee, March 1-October 31, 1862.
Station not stated, to December 31, 1862.
Stationed at Tullahoma, Tennessee, January-February 1863.
Stationed at Wartrace, Tennessee, March-April 1863.
April 24.— The regiment left Tullahoma on April 24.
April 26.— Arrived at camp near Wartrace on April 26, 1863.
Stationed near Chattanooga, Tennessee, June 30-October 31,
Stationed at Dalton, Georgia, November-December 1863.
November 25-27.— The company was in the action of November
25, 1863 (Missionary Ridge).
November 27.— Marched from battlefield to Dalton, Georgia,
arriving November 27.
Stationed at Dalton, Georgia, January-February 1864