Howell, Isaac A E. Enlisted Apr. 14, 1862 in Meridian, MS by Capt. Beckett for three years in Company G, 41st MS Regiment, although one record shows the enlisting official as N. J. Howell. The roll ending Jun. 30, 1862 listed him as absent sick in hospital. He was present in the next roll, but then he received a slight head wound at Murfreesboro on Dec. 31, 1862 and was sent by a surgeon to a hospital at Atlanta, GA. Howell was shown absent wounded in the rolls of Jan-Feb and Mar-Apr, 1863 but was listed present for the roll of Jul-Aug, 1863. He was listed as present on subsequent rolls until he was wounded outside of Atlanta on Jul. 28, 1864 and was sent to hospital by the Brigade Surgeon. He surrendered as a Private at High Point, NC April 28, 1865 and was paroled in Greensboro, NC [Co. H 9th Miss. Cons. 5-1-1865]. His surrender record in the National Archives is filed with 9th MS Regiment records. The Mississippi Civil War Veteran’s web site states he was born on Apr 27, 1834 in Monroe County, MS and died on Aug. 22, 1906 in Quincy Monroe County, MS and was buried at the Cedar Grove Cemetery 12 mi SE of Aberdeen, in Monroe County, MS.