June 1981 Collage


This list of names was taken from a photostatic copy from the General Services Administration National Archives, of The Confederate War Department, Washington, D.C. by Simeon E. Lewis.

The entire regiment or what was left of it that belonged to the Trans-Mississippi Department was surrendered by General E.R. Kirby Smith, C.S.A., commanding said Department, to Major E.R.S. Canby, at Shreveport, La. June 7, 1865.

Paroles: Co. A., 8th Missouri Cav. Confederate Anny - June 7, 1865

2nd Lieut. Joseph G. Lewis   | Company Commander Capt. J.H. Cobb

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2nd Sgt John Cargill, Bollinger County

3rd Sgt William Fullbright, Cape County

1st Corp. Eli C. Lewis, Cape County

2nd Corp Henry W. Shafer, Bollinger County

Private Donald J. Allen, Bollinger County

Private William C. Allen, Bollinger County

Private George C. Chandler, Bollinger County

Private Francis M. Cole, Bollinger County

Private Chesley B. Cargile, Bollinger County

Private Andrew J. Cargile, Bollinger County

Private James A. Daniels, Cape County

Private Christopher E. Baker, Bollinger County

Private Andrew J. English, Cape County

Private James A. Flany, Bollinger County

Private William H. Flaniken, Bollinger County

Private Robert S. Harris, Bollinger County

Private  Soloman N. Haydon, Cape County

Private Francis M. Hartle, Cape County

Private George H. Holly, Cape County

Private Daniel Lape, Cape County

Private Jonathan Limbaugh, Cape County

Private Jesse M. Pierce, Cape County

Private John F. Robinson, Bollinger County

Private Washington G. Ramsey, Bollinger County

Private William Ramsey, Bollinger County

Private Joseph Rathbuns, Bollinger County

Private George W. Smith, Cape County

Private Jackson M. Snider, Bollinger County

Private Henry A. Sanders, Bollinger County

Private Ransom Stephens, Bollinger County

Private Benjamin F. Stevens, Bollinger County

Private Frank A. Sadler, Bollinger County

Private Matthew N. Taylor, Bollinger County

Private Henry A. Upchurch, Cape County

Private Isaac R. Wallace, Stoddard County

Private Jacob Welder, Bollinger County


The Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society was organized in May 1970, a non-profit organization, its primary purpose is education in the field of genealogy. Membership is open to individuals upon payment of the annual dues of $10, or a couple for $15, per year, beginning in May. Life membership is available for a one-time payment of $250.

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