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Florida button, state seal "Cherokee rose", officer staff, E Halfmann, (22.3mm)

Florida button, state seal "Cherokee rose", officer staff, E Halfmann, (22.3mm)

William Denham, possibly of the 2nd Florida Cavalry  The son of Andrew and Adeline Denham, William was a West Florida Seminary Cadet and private in the 1st Florida Infantry. He was captured during his first skirmish, but he was released and recovered from his wounds. The Florida State Archives Web site states that Denham later served in the 2nd Florida Cavalry and in Captain Scott's 5th Florida Battalion. However, Richard Ferry, a Civil War historian who specializes in Florida, states that…

William Denham, possibly of the 2nd Florida Cavalry The son of Andrew and Adeline Denham, William was a West Florida Seminary Cadet and private in the 1st Florida Infantry. He was captured during his first skirmish, but he was released and recovered from his wounds. The Florida State Archives Web site states that Denham later served in the 2nd Florida Cavalry and in Captain Scott's 5th Florida Battalion. However, Richard Ferry, a Civil War historian who specializes in Florida, states that…

Reproduction of an 1861 Map of Florida by Alvin J. Johnson.  Florida during Confederate period.  capitol never captured during Civil War.

Reproduction of an 1861 Map of Florida by Alvin J. Johnson. Florida during Confederate period. capitol never captured during Civil War.

[Dr. Edmund Lewis Massie of Trans-Mississippi Department, Medical Staff Confederate States Infantry Regiment, in uniform]

[Dr. Edmund Lewis Massie of Trans-Mississippi Department, Medical Staff Confederate States Infantry Regiment, in uniform]

Unidentified soldier, C.S.A Ambrotype is2.75 x 2.25 inches. State of Alabama Department of Archives.

Unidentified soldier, C.S.A Ambrotype is2.75 x 2.25 inches. State of Alabama Department of Archives.

Private Lewis F. Gay Born in Jefferson County, Georgia, came to Providence, FL in 1858. He enlisted in the 4th Florida Infantry, Co F on May 23, 1861, at Lake Butler. He was captured at Cedar Key in Jan 1862 and sent to the Union prison at Fort Delaware until his exchange in Aug 1862. He underwent treatment for typhoid fever at Richmond, VA and Chattanooga, TN. He later fought at the battles of Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, Franklin and Nashville, TN and Bentonville…

Private Lewis F. Gay Born in Jefferson County, Georgia, came to Providence, FL in 1858. He enlisted in the 4th Florida Infantry, Co F on May 23, 1861, at Lake Butler. He was captured at Cedar Key in Jan 1862 and sent to the Union prison at Fort Delaware until his exchange in Aug 1862. He underwent treatment for typhoid fever at Richmond, VA and Chattanooga, TN. He later fought at the battles of Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, Franklin and Nashville, TN and Bentonville…

TSLAC 306-4065 Second Florida Special Battalion. This large flag belonged to the 2nd Florida Special Battalion, which was assigned to the defense of Fort Brooke, whose guns overlooked Tampa Bay. Much of what is known about this flag is tentative. It is now thought that this flag, along with the St. John's River flag (TSLAC 306-4062), were constructed about the same time from blue cloth ordered from a mill in Madison County, Florida. The flag is inscribed on the edge with the words "Captured…

TSLAC 306-4065 Second Florida Special Battalion. This large flag belonged to the 2nd Florida Special Battalion, which was assigned to the defense of Fort Brooke, whose guns overlooked Tampa Bay. Much of what is known about this flag is tentative. It is now thought that this flag, along with the St. John's River flag (TSLAC 306-4062), were constructed about the same time from blue cloth ordered from a mill in Madison County, Florida. The flag is inscribed on the edge with the words "Captured…

Sixth plate early clear glass ambrotype of an unidentified Civil War Confederate soldier, possibly Florida infantry. He is seated and the uniform is very plain with no trim, with a short grey 9 button jacket which features a slash pocket on either side of the breast, cloth epaulets and belt loops. This uniform most resembles uniforms worn by The 1st Florida Infantry and also in the few other known images of Florida soldiers.

Sixth plate early clear glass ambrotype of an unidentified Civil War Confederate soldier, possibly Florida infantry. He is seated and the uniform is very plain with no trim, with a short grey 9 button jacket which features a slash pocket on either side of the breast, cloth epaulets and belt loops. This uniform most resembles uniforms worn by The 1st Florida Infantry and also in the few other known images of Florida soldiers.

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