Isaac A. Howell
Residence Monroe County MS; 26 years old.
Enlisted on 4/9/1861 at Monroe County, MS as a Private.
On 4/9/1861 he mustered into "G" Co. MS 41st Infantry
He was transferred out on 4/9/1865 at Smithfield, NC
On 4/9/1865 he transferred into "G" Co. MS 9th Cons Infantry
He was Surrendered on 4/26/1865 at Durham Station, NC
born 4/27/1834 in Monroe County, MS
died 8/22/1906 in Quincy, MS
Buried: Cedar Grove Cemetery, Monroe County, MS
After the War he lived in Monroe County, MS
Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records
- Mississippi Confederate Grave Registry
Isaac A. Howell, Private, Capt. Newton J. Beckett’s Company, 41st Regiment Mississippi Volunteers,* enlisted April 14, 1862 at Meridian, Miss. by N. J. Howell for 3 years or the war, received $50 bounty, recorded absent, sick in hospital June 30, 1862, wounded, contusion, slightly, in first charge to the front, about 300 yards entrenchment’s, at Murfreesboro, Tenn December 31, 1862, sent to Atlanta hospital, remaining absent through February, re-enlisted for the war January 29, 1864, wounded near Atlanta, Ga. August 28, 1864, sent to hospital by Brigade Surgeon, no further records
* This company subsequently became Company G, 41st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
RECORD of EVENTS, Company G
for May 1 to Aug. 31, 1864, stationed at Jonesboro, Ga.
The Company with Regt. entered entrenchments in front of Dalton, Ga. on the night of th 5th May marched and Countermarched between that place and Resacca, and was engaged in the Combat at the latter place during the 14 & 15th May. fell back on the night of the 15th to Cassville at which place it arrived on the 18th. participated in the fight at that place on the 19th withdrew that night in the direction of the Etawah River and bivouac on the east side of that river until the morning of the 25th then took up a line of march toward New Hope and entrenched where it was engaged in skirmishing several days. Skirmished occasionally throughout the campaign until we occupied entrenchments around Atlanta. participated in the battle of the 22nd and 28th July near that place, was constantly under the enemy’s fire, or engaged in picket fighting while the Army remained around Atlanta. We are now at Jonesboro confronting the enemy.
M269: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi
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His records consist of 16 cards. You might also ask for a copy of Company G’s Record of Events quoted above.