Civil War Veterans Reunion
Photo Book 1
Same group as above. See vol 64 no 5 also. 1900s


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Posted by George S. Smith (gsid143@gmail.com) (2580 Cherry Road, Cabot, Arkansas 72023 ) on 2006-04-20
The man with the drum is Charles Montgomery Andres. I have too many relatives and put his name as John in an earlier posting. My bad.
Posted by kathy clark (clarkscorral@earthlink.net) (hope) on 2006-11-06
How are these men? I'm looking for Hezekiah Barksdale, and E. J. (Elija) Barksdale. Hezekiah is my great-grandfather, and E. J. is his brother.
Posted by Jim Mosley (jdmose@msn.com) (Benton, AR ) on 2007-06-08
The man seated third from the left is Oliver S. Jones - my greatgrandfather. He served in the 8th Arkansas Infantry. The man to his right (seated second from left) is Alfred Luck - his best friend. Oliver named one of his sons Alfred Luck Jones after his best friend. Oliver also owned Jones Blacksmith Shop and you can recognize him in the picture titled "Jones and Co. Blacksmithing around 1900"
Posted by George S. Smith (gsi143@gmail.com) (Emmet AR ) on 2017-01-30
Center back, black coat and the white van dyke beard is George Marcus Franks, a confederate soldier with the 22nd Arkansas Volunteers.
Posted by George S. Smith (gsi143@gmail.com) (Emmet AR ) on 2017-01-30
The man with the vest and drum, seated front row, is Charles Montgomery Andres, a Union soldier with the 9th Connecticut Regiment. He was born Charles Adrien Jean Baptiste Andree in New Orleans, went to an orphanage at age 4, served in the civil war as Charles Andre and arrived in what was then Hempstead County in 1967 as Charles Montgomery Andres. He married Nancy Ann Waddle, daughter of Archibald Waddle n 1970 and had seven children, six boys and a girl. There has been a book on his life published -- Reveille, A Story of Survival, War and Family -- written by his great-grandson George S. Smith, of the Sutton Community.
Posted by George S. Smith (gsi143@gmail.com) (Emmet AR ) on 2017-01-30
Center back, black coat and the white van dyke beard is George Marcus Franks, a confederate soldier with the 22nd Arkansas Volunteers.

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Author: Nevada County Depot and Museum
Title: "Photo Collection - Photo Book 1"
Published by: Nevada County Depot and Museum, 403 West First Street South, Prescott Arkansas 71857
URL: www.depotmuseum.org/photos.php/refphotos/106
Retrieval Date: October 19, 2017