Chamblesses in the Civil War

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THE CIVIL WAR

The Civil War began on April 12, 1861 with the shelling of Fort Sumpter in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina. It ended on April 9, 1865 with the surrender by General Robert E. Lee to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia. More Americans were killed in this war than any war that the United States has ever fought. Approximately 1,000,000 men were either killed or wounded during this long four years of conflict. There were approximately 530,000 men soldiers who died or were killed during this war, more of them from disease, than was killed on the battlefields. Approximately 140,000 Union soldiers were killed in battle and approximately 225,000 died from disease. The Confederacy suffered approximately 75,000 soldiers killed in battle and about 90,000 died from disease. The Union and the Confederacy together suffered approximately 500,000 wounded. Historians have written many versions as to why the Civil War was fought but have never come to a general agreement. In the 1850’s there was continuous quarrelling between the different sections of the United States. The South wanted to be left alone and vigorously resisted measures that they felt would strengthen the National government. The West wanted free farms and roads. The North wanted a protective tariff for its industries. Slavery questions was in each of these measures and the different sections of the United States could not reach an agreement that was agreed on by all parties.

As the settlers from the North and South began to move into the western territories the slavery issue became more controversial as the people were divided on slavery in the new territories. In 1854, Senator Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois pushed a bill through Congress (The Kansas-Nebraska Act) that would allow new territories to decide for them selves the slavery question. This made slavery legally possible in two territories from which it had been barred. Public opinion in the North ran strongly against this new law. This caused the Whig Party to break up and in its place appeared a new political party, the New Republican, which Abraham Lincoln soon joined. Supporters and Opponents of slavery began to pour into Kansas, causing armed conflicts to flare up. Much of the violence was generated from the rough frontier spirit, but many people from the North felt that the South wanted to force slavery into the territories. The United States Supreme Court entered into the dispute in 1857 with a ruling that would later become known as the Dred Scott Decision. The case involved a slave who had claimed freedom by being taken into a territory where slavery was illegal. The decision was that Congress could not exclude slavery from the territories.

Many southern leaders had urged Secession from the Union if Abraham Lincoln should win the election for the President of the United States. They contended that the national government was a league of sovereign states and that any state had the right to withdraw from the Union. South Carolina, who had always supported States Rights, had threatened to secede in 1832 over national tariffs. South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union in December 1860. By the time Lincoln was sworn into office in March of 1861, six other states had followed South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. Later on Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas had joined the secession. Kentucky and Missouri set up their own state governments, but supported the Confederacy.

The issue is still being discussed and argued today that Slavery was the cause of the Civil War. In Lincoln’s inaugural address he did not stress force against the South nor declare to abolish slavery, but stated that he felt secession was illegal and he would hold Federal possessions in the South, which included Fort Sumpter. In April 1861 he sent additional forces to Fort Sumpter and the South fired on Fort Sumpter, forcing the garrison to surrender. On April 15, 1861, Lincoln called for federal troops to enforce the Nation’s laws and the South considered this a declaration of War. If Slavery was the only reason for the war, why did President Lincoln wait until September 22, 1862 to issue his speech, later known as the Emancipation Proclamation. The war was going badly for the north so Lincoln decided the Union had better change their tactics or lose the war. In his Proclamation on September 22, 1862, President Lincoln announced that unless the rebelling states returned to the Union by January 1, 1863 he would issue a proclamation freeing their slaves. This Proclamation did not include the border states, which were not in rebellion against the Union. We must ask ourselves, if slavery was the only reason for the Civil War, why weren’t the slaves in the North and in the border states freed at this time? In the same speech President Lincoln announced his decision to use Negro Troops for the Union Army. Up until this time the war, the white Northerners said the Civil War was a white man’s war and that Negroes would make poor soldiers.

Negroes were allowed into the Union Army in late 1862 but were treated as second-rate citizens. They served in all black regiments, led mostly by White officers. Only about 100 blacks became officers. The Negro soldiers were only paid one half the salary of the whites, with no bounties, and if they protested for equal pay, they were either shot of jailed. Finally in 1864 Congress passed a bill giving them equal pay and bounties with the white soldiers. Blacks fought in approximately 190 battles during the remainder of the war, resulting with about 68,000 wounded or killed.

In this war, as most of the wars that have been fought throughout history, it was mainly about power and politics. We have to ask ourselves, “Were all these young men that were killed, wounded, died of disease, or away from their homes for so many months for or against slavery”? “Were they for or against States Rights”? The vast majority were probably just like you and I today, highly patriotic, wanting to support our country where we live, trusting the leadership to guide and make the right decisions. Many of the young men on both sides probably had no strong feelings either way and probably did not fully realize what they were fighting for.

We need to look deep into our souls and ask, “What if the South had won the war”? “Would we be the great nation that we are today or would we be several smaller nations like the countries in Europe”? We could possibly be under foreign rule, because we might not have had the strength and power to withstand World War I and World War II, had this country not been a United Nation.

There are many today, both white and black, that want to continue to use the slavery issue to justify their prejudice. I agree from the bottom of my heart that slavery is evil and wrong, that no man has the right to own another human being. We must remember however, that no American took their slaves by force. They were sold or traded to the white man by their own people. They were captives taken from other tribes during wars and were slaves to their own race prior to being sold to the white race. This does not make it right, but it is a fact of history that everyone knows, but many will not accept. We must forgive what our ancestors of both races did and look to the future and how we can make things better for everyone. We must remember that not one of us alive today owned slaves. If it had not been for slaves and their hard work could we have developed the United States into a world power as quickly as we did? I do not think it would have been possible, so we should look to the contribution that was made by the Black slaves in developing our Nation as well as the bad part of slavery.

There are many among us that want to forget the Civil War and anything that reminds them of those dark stains in the history of the United States. I disagree and feel that we should remember the Civil War every day that goes by. It was the most costly war the United States has ever fought in loss of lives, money, and total devastation to our country. Five Hundred Thousand United States Citizens died and another Five Hundred Thousand were wounded. The world will never know what great accomplishments might have been made by some of these individuals if they had lived. Out of the ashes of those dark times came a great country, united in a common bond, to become the strongest and richest country on earth. The people of this great nation united to rebuild what was left of a devastated nation into the greatest world power ever known. It has taught us a lesson that I hope we never forget “A country divided cannot stand”. This war was fought over States Rights and the freedom to choose how to run your own state, and did an individual state have the right to withdraw into a separate country. If all State Rights are taken away, then very shortly personal rights and freedoms are taken away, and we all become slaves to a dictator, regardless of color. Freedom must never be taken away. We must remember the lessons learned from this War and look forward to the future, forget our animosities toward one another about the past, and continue to make this country a better place to live. We cannot accomplish this goal unless we Remember The Civil War and its HORRORS. We must not let History repeat itself.

I want to preserve the Chambliss involvement in the War for future generations. I have tried to gather all the Chambliss names that served in the Civil War and what happened to them into one manual. I do not know how many of them relate to my individual line, but I know the Chambliss Family has been very patriotic and the Chambliss Name has been in every War that the United States has been involved in. This is the most up to date list I have, but I will continue to update as my research continues.

Written by Leland Chambliss

CHAMBLISS’ of the CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865

JOHN RANDOLPH CHAMBLISS – Brigadier General – 13th Calvary Regiment of Virginia. Born: 1-23-1833 in Hickford, Greeneville, Co., Virginia. Son of John Randolph Chambliss Sr. and Sarah John Rives Blow. Graduated from West Point Military Academy in 1853. Married Emmelene Turner and had seven children. Enlisted on July 12, 1861 as a Colonel and promoted to General in 1864. After his death many kind words were spoken about him, from both the South and the North. The New York Herald of August 19, 1864, recorded that he was “a man of superior education, warm domestic and social affections, exquisite manners, temperaments, and taste…{who} through his whole career manifested a high sense of honor, moral rectitude, and Christian obligations.” General Robert E. Lee lamented to General Wade Hampton that Chambliss “fall will be felt throughout the Army, in which by his courage, energy, and skill, he had won for himself an honorable name. KILLED at Charles City Road Virginia on August 16, 1864. Source: ( The Virginia Regimental Series ) Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and the Confederate Patriot Index 1924 –1978 Vol II Tennessee Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy.

ZACHARIAH H. CHAMBLISS – 1st Lieutenant – K Company 53rd Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted March 18, 1861 as a Private in Ramsey’s Co. K 1st Regiment – Georgia Infantry, appointed 1st Sergeant on January 20, 1862. He was mustered out at Augusta, Georgia on March 18, 1863. He rejoined the 53rd as a 2nd lieutenant on May 6, 1862 and promoted to 1st Lieutenant on July 9, 1863. Son of John M. Chambliss and Elizabeth Jordon. Born March 9, 1835 in Forsyth, Monroe County, Georgia. KILLED at Wilderness, Virginia on May 6, 1864. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 ), Muster Roll Co. K 1st Regiment (Ramsey’s) Ga. Volunteer Infantry, Personal Research.

JOHN T. CHAMBLISS – 1ST Lieutenant – K Company 12th Infantry Georgia. KILLED at Cedar Run, Virgina, August 9, 1862. Son of John D. and Obedience Chambliss. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

LITTLETON M. CHAMBLISS – Private - Co. A 12th La. Infantry. Enlisted May 13, 1861 at Camp Moore La. KILLED in Battle of Peach Tree Creek on July 20, 1864. He was the son of Littleton Martin Chambliss Jr. and Elizabeth Young. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

SEABORN CHAMBLESS – Private - 39th Infantry Co. F Alabama Born: August 25, 1829. Son of Jeptha and Susan Jones Chambless. Married Rebecca O’Neal on February 8, 1853. KILLED Mortally wounded at Reca Georgia on May 15, 1864 and died in the hospital on May 18, 1864. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and TALBOT COUNTY GA TALBOT CO MARRIAGES 1828-1867.

HENRY C. CHAMBLESS – Private - 22nd Texas Infantry Co. B. KILLED in battle, place unknown. He was born October 3, 1846, the eldest son of Greenbery Young Chambliss and Mary Ann Fisher. Source: The Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861- 1865, Vol. III, pages 329 – 330. Death confirmed by Linda Chambliss Conovaloff.

THOMAS A. CHAMBLISS – Private – A Company 14th Infantry Georgia. Enlisted July 9, 1861. Son of William Chambliss and Polly Huckaby. Married: Mary F. Kelley on June 17, 1858 in Lee County, Georgia. Born: 1834 in Georgia.KILLED at Chancellorville on May 3, 1863. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 ) and Georgia Marriage Index, 1851-1900, and Muster Roll of Company A, 14th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern Virginia C. S. A. Monroe County, Georgia "Confederate Volunteers"

THOMAS STEPHEN CHAMBLESS – Private - Alabama – Unit unknown KILLED in the Civil War, location unknown. Son of Joel H. and Jane W. Chambliss. Source: Records of Madison County, Alabama.

ROBERT G. CHAMBLISS – Private - Alabama. Lt. Artillery Goldthwaithe Battery – KILLED at Gettysburg.

APPLEGATE CHAMBLESS – Private – K Company 2nd Calvary Regiment New Jersey. UNION ARMY Enlisted August 25, 1863. KILLED at Egypt Station, Mississippi on December 8, 1864. Source: ( Regiments of Officers and Enlisted Men of New Jersey in the Civil War 1861 – 1865 )

JOHN C. CHAMBLISS – Private – Co. K 47th Alabama Infantry Regiment. DIED of disease in Ladies Relief Hospital at Lynchburg, Virginia on May 29, 1863. Son of Christopher Columbus and Amanda Young Chambliss. Source: ( Roster of 47th Alabama Infantry Regiment )

STETH O. CHAMBLISS – Private – K Company 1st Infantry Regiment North Carolina. Enlisted July 17, 1861 at Northhampton County, North Carolina. Born 1831. DIED at Richmond V. A. Hospital April 3, 1863 of Typhoid Fever. Married Sarah A. M. Shaw on September 4, 1856. Source: ( North Carolina Troops 1861 –1865 A Roster)

S. L. CHAMBLISS – Private 24 Texas Calvary – DIED at Rock Island Union Prison (now Arsenal Island) on August 8, 1863. Buried at Rock Island – Grave 1392. Source: Rock Island County, Illinois Confederate Deaths.

JOSEPH C. CHAMBLESS – Private - Enlisted at age 22 at Murphee’s Crossroads, Blount County, Alabama on February 4, 1863. Taken Prisoner of War at Missionary Ridge on November 23, 1863. Sent to Rock Island Union Prison on December 5, 1863. DIED: May 14, 1864 of Typhoid fever. Buried in grave #1144. SOURCE: Heritage Books, 28th Alabama Confederate Regiment. – Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Alabama.

JOHN H. CHAMBLESS – Private - Infantry (Res.) Berry’s Co Mississippi. DIED: 1864 of pneumonia and exposure. Born: March 17, 1836. Son of James Grey Chambliss and Nancy Bradley Meiars. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

STEPHANUS CHAMBLISS – Private -11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. A Georgia. Enlisted September 10, 1861. DIED: April 26, 1862 of pneumonia near Lebanon Church, Virginia. Born in 1837 in Jones County, Georgia. Son of Jesse C. and Nancy Chambliss. Married Lucinda Cannon on February 25, 1855 in Sumter County, Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

FRANCIS M. CHAMBLESS – Private – 1st Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted January 1, 1864. DIED of disease at LaGrange Georgia July 25, 1864. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

DAVID CHAMBLISS – Co. E 1st Artillery - Alabama – DIED in Elmira (Civil War) Prison SOURCE: Elmira Prison Records.

GEORGE FREDERICK CHAMBLISS – Private - 56th Infantry Co. Son of Thomas Adkinson Chambliss and Evelina B. Smith. Married: Agnes Poythress Baird on March 12, 1856. Born: 1825 in Brunswick County, Virginia. Died: 1862 Source:Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Civil War Soldiers of Brunswick County, Virginia. and The Virginia Regimental History Series, 1st edition. H. E. Howard Inc. (I have found no records indicating whether he was killed in battle or died of disease.)

JESSIE C. CHAMBLISS Jr.– Private - 5th Infantry Artillery 11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. Born about 1830. Died: November 15, 1864 in Sumpter County, Georgia. (Possibly killed in battle or died of disease from war.) Son of Jessie C. Chambliss and Nancy. Married: Matilda J. Gamage on September 2, 1856 in Sumpter County, Georgia. Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

THOMAS CHAMBLESS – Private - Co. D Cons. Cres. Regiment Louisiana Infantry. Enlisted October 16, 1863 at Washington, La. WOUNDED in battle and entered C.S.A. hospital in Sheveport, La. Transferred to Keatchies on July 20, 1864. Paroled at Natchitoches, La. on June 20, 1865. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

GEORGE C. CHAMBLESS – 28th Alabama Regiment – Enlisted in Jefferson County, Alabama on November 1, 1863. WOUNDED in battle on November 23, 1863 at Missionary Ridge. Recovered and was on Muster roll on May 3, 1864. Died in Arkansas. SOURCE: Heritage Books, Inc, and Records of 28th Alabama Regiment.

THOMAS E. CHAMBLISS – Private - 9th Infantry 2nd Co. A Virginia. Enlisted September 23, 1863 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He was WOUNDED in the upper arm on May 10, 1864 near Chester Station. He was hospitalized on May 11 until June 9, 1864 at Chimborazo Hospital, then furloughed. He was back in the hospital on August 5, 1864. Son of Thomas Adkinson Chambliss and Evelina B. Smith. Married: Catherine Bolling. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Civil War Soldiers of Brunswick County, Virginia, and The Virginia Regimental History Series, 1st edition. H. E. Howard Inc.

WILLIAM PARHAM CHAMBLISS – Major –UNION ARMY. 2nd Lt. Mounted Volunteers 5-23-1846 to 5-23-1847, Captain 3rd Tennesse Volunteers 10-7-1847 to 7-24-1848 during the Mexican War, 1st Lt 2nd Calvary 3-3-1855, Captain 4-6-1861 5th Calvary, Major 4th Calvary 3-3-1864. Brevet Major 5-4-1862 for gallant and meritorious service in action at Warrick’s Creek, Va. Brevet Lt. Col. 6-28-1862 for gallant and meritorious service at the battle of Gaines Mills, Va. During the battle of Gaines Mill, he was WOUNDED in several places and lay on the battlefield for four days and then taken to Libby prison in Richmond, Virginia. These wounds partially disabled him for the rest of his life. After his release from Libby Prison he underwent treatment at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York. He then served as instructor of calvary at the United States Military Academy from October of 1862 until June 1864. He was made special inspector of Calvary of the Mississippi in August 1864 until April of 1865. He then served with his regiment in Texas until he retired on November 1, 1867 and became president and general manager of the Cobourg Railway and Mining Company in Canada. Son of William and Sarah Parham Chambliss Born: March 20, 1864 in Bedford Co., VA. Died: February 22, 1887. Source: List of Officers of U. S. Army 1779 – 1900. Compiled by Col Wm. H. Powell, U. S. Army – L.R. Hamersly & Co. Pub. And Encyclopedia of Prominent Persons of Virginia Biography by Lysa Gardner Tyler.

WILLIAM O. CHAMBLISS – Private – C Company 2nd Infantry Regiment Florida. Enlisted July 31, 1861. Captured at Gettysburg – Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. Released April 9, 1865. Son of Robert B. Chambliss and Nancy P. Northington. Married: Martha Julia Dennard. Born: 1835 in Virginia. Died: 1889 in Live Oak, Suwanne Co., Florida. Source: ( Soldiers of Florida in the Civil War ) And Columbia County, Florida Pension Files A 10376.

WALTER BLOW CHAMBLISS – 1st Lieutenant – Gen. & Staff – ADC to Gen John Virginia Military Institute and was an aide to his brother. He was the son of John Randolph and Sarah Rives Blow Chambliss Sr. Married: Jenny C. Spradley December 21, 1869 in Greeneville Co., Virginia. Died: In 1885. Source: Virginia Civil War Records

LAWSON SPIVEY CHAMBLISS – Sergeant – 17th Infantry Co. B. Allen’s Texas Regiment Son of Henry Chambliss and Sarah Huckaby. Born September 13, 1826 in Granville Co., North Carolina. Married: Rebecca Thomas Clack July 11, 1849 in Alabama, Nancy Franks July 3, 1859 in Bastrop Co., Texas, and Nancy Cope September 17, 1871 in Bastrop Co., Texas. Died June 10, 1909 in Bastrop Co., Texas and is buried in the Chambliss Cemetery in Bastrop County, Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 Vol. III pages 329-330, Pension Records for Confederate Soldiers, Family research of Henry Chambliss by Sandra Weaver.

HENRY FULTON CHAMBLISS – Private - 4th (Russell’s) Calvary Co. H Alabama Regiment. Born 6-26-1837. Son of Henry Chambliss and Sarah Huckaby. Married: Adelaide Almira McWilliams October 12, 1853 in Marshall Co., Alabama. Died: Shot to Death from ambush in Bastrop County on March 21, 1891. Buried in Fairfield Cemetery in Bastrop Co., Tx. Source: Confederate Pension Records, Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 Vol. III pages 329-330, Muster Roll of Russell’s Co H 4th Alabama Calvary, Bastrop Advertiser, March 28, 1891, Family Research of Henry Chambliss by Sandra Weaver.

BASTROP ADVERTISER - March 28, 1891 - Their bodies left on the ground, stark and cold in death. Again it becomes the duty of the ADVERTISER as a faithful chronicler of passing events, to record one of those dark and bloody crimes which so retard the progress of civilization, blot the fair name and blast the prosperity of a country, causing the good and the bravest citizen to tremble with fear and awe. While quietly riding along the road, in the enjoyment of strong and vigorous health, and seemingly with a bright future before them, Robert L. Jenkins and his father-in-law Henry F. Chambliss, are brutally shot to death by bloody assassins, from ambush, their heads and bodies riddled with bullets.--------Nothing in the buggy was interfered with, the money, $1000.00 in gold and currency was found intact. Mr. Chambliss being a member in good standing of the Masonic Lodge at Red Rock, by request of the W.M., of that lodge, his remains were taken charge of by Gamble Lodge, and given Masonic burial, a large membership participated in the solemn ceremonies. The religious services were impressively conducted by Rev. W. Wooton.

GEORGE A. CHAMBLESS – Private - 5th Calvary Co. A Alabama. Enlisted on September 1, 1862 at Moulton, Alabama, age 19. Born: 1839 Died: about 1909. Son of Henry Chambliss and Sarah Huckaby. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330, Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Cos., AL Muster Roll.

JOEL ANDREW CHAMBLISS – 4th (Russell’s) Calvary Co. H Alabama Regiment. Born in 1830. Son of Henry Chambliss and Sarah Huckaby. Married: Samantha Elvira Mahan November 4, 1858 in Alabama. Died in Mississippi in 1865 from measles while on the way home after the war ended. Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III, pgs 329 – 330, Muster Roll of Russell’s Co H 4th Alabama Calvary, and Family Research of Henry Chambliss by Sandra Weaver.

JAMES ANDREW CHAMBLESS - Private – E Company 5th Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted May 11, 1861. Born: December 3, 1839 in Terrell Co. Georgia. Son of William Chambliss and Polly Huckaby. Married: Mary Frances Kelley on October 12, 1865 in Terrell County, Georgia. Surrendered Greensboro, North Carolina on April 26, 1865. Died: August 29, 1909 in Dawson, Georgia. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia )

BENJAMIN F. CHAMBLISS Dr. – Private – Company A 14th Regiment Georgia. Enlisted on March 4, 1862. Appointed Hospital Steward of the Medical Dept. C. S. A., November 6, 1863. At home on sick furlough February 13, 1864. No later record. Son of William Chambliss and Polly Huckaby. Source: Muster Roll of Company A, 14th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern Virginia C. S. A. Monroe County, Georgia "Confederate Volunteers"

DOCK CHAMBLESS – 5th Infantry Co A & E Georgia. Son of William Chambliss and Polly Huckaby. Born: June 1, 1836. Married: Sarah Clements about 1870. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

FRANK MARION CHAMBLESS – Co A 7th Tennessee Cal. Born 7-20-1837 in Macon, Georgia – Died: April, 1918 in Normangee, Texas. Son of Jeptha and Susan Jones Chambliss. Buried in City Cemetery- Madisonville, Madison County, Texas. Married: Helen Antoniette White on June 20, 1863 at Hernando, MS. Sources: Confederate Patriot Index 1924-1978 Vol. II. Tennessee Daughters of the Confederacy – P-Vine Press – Columbia, TN. Cemetery records of City Cemetery, Madisonville, TX.

JEPTHA C. CHAMBLESS – Private - Infantry Cobb Guards Co. A Georgia. Son of Jeptha and Susan Jones Chambless. Married: Sarah Ann Edwards September 18, 1844. Died: February 23, 1877. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Talbot County GA. Marriages 1828 - 1850 pg 5.

JOSEPH ELLERBE CHAMBLISS – Sergeant -35th Infantry Co. A. Mississippi Born: February 10, 1843 Died: July 9, 1916. Son of Alexander Wiles and Rebecca Ellerbe Chambliss. Married: Laviece Gwin January 1, 1865. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330; Frank Bennett Chapter, Auxiliary to Anson Chapter, United Daughters of Confederacy. Information submitted by John N. Cox, his great great grandson.

JOHN ALEXANDER CHAMBLISS – Chaplain for the Confederacy in South Carolina. Born: August 30, 1840 in Athens, Georgia. Died: 1917. Son of Alexander Wildes Chambliss and Rebecca Ellerbe. Married: Mary Crayton Mauldin on August 8, 1861. Source: “History of Georgia Baptists with Biographical Compendum” compiled for the Christian Index. Reproduced from 1881 edition in the Baptist Historical Collection – Furman University Library, Greenville, South Carolina.

ELDRIDGE E. CHAMBLISS – Private -12th Infantry Co. I Virginia Enlisted on February 22, 1862 at Hicksford Virginia. He was absent because of sickness on from April 1862 to September 1863 due to recurring fever, and rheumatism. He was in Chester Hospital from January to March of 1863, effects of bad vaccinations. Son of John C. and Tilly Woodruff Chambliss. Married: Elizabeth Rebecca Ann Evans. Died: 1894. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and the Virginia Regimental History Series 2nd addition – H. E. Howard Inc..

HIRAM B. CHAMBLISS – Private - Lt. Artillery (Jefferson Arty) Darden’s Co. Mississippi Son of John Seright and Matilda Darden Chambliss. Born about 1830. Married: Calvina Hageman. Died: 1887 Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

HENRY BALDWIN CHAMBLESS – 2ND Lieutenant – I Company 2nd Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted April 15, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865. Married Augusta Jane Roquemore on April 21, 1868 in Panola County, Texas. Son of John D. and Obedience Chambliss. Died: October 6, 1888 in Buel, Texas. Buried in Buel Chapel Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas. Source: (Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 ) and Marriage license issued April 20, 1868 by H. Polland County Clerk Panola Co., Texas.

ANDREW D. CHAMBLISS – 1ST Sergeant – E Company 9th Infantry Regiment.Georgia. Enlisted June 11, 1861. Son of Henry and Rachael Danielly Chambliss. Married Lavina Pye on January 28, 1844. She died in 1854 and he married Harriet Anthon on January 30, 1855. Died: January 20, 1896 in Talbot County, Georgia. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865), TALBOT COUNTY GA Military - Company E - 9th Regiment COMPANY E, 9TH REGIMENT, GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY "TALBOT GUARDS", TALBOT COUNTY GA TALBOT CO MARRIAGES 1828-1867, and Early Georgia Marriages.

WILLIAM HENRY CHAMBLISS – Private - 5th Infantry (St Guards) Curley’s Co Georgia. Born: October 24, 1824. Died: January 23, 1885. Buried in Dean Cemetery in Smith County, Texas. Son of Henry Chambliss and Rachael Danielly. Married: Martha Pye July 7, 1844. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Warren Co., GA Marriages.

JOSEPH BAKER CHAMBLISS – Private -5th Infantry (St Guards) Curley’s Co Georgia. Born January 6, 1827 in Warren County, Georgia. Died: June 19, 1904 in Greenville County, Georgia. Son of Henry Chambliss and Rachael Danielly. Married Adalme Hobbs on May 16, 1858 in Meriweather, Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and TALBOT COUNTY GA TALBOT CO MARRIAGES 1828-1867.

JOHN FLOYD CHAMBLISS – Private - E Company 9th Infantry Regiment Georgia. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House in Virginia April 9, 1865. Son of Henry Chambless and Rachel Danielly. Married: Andissa Middlebrooks on January 14, 1857 in Meriweather, Georgia. Born: March 14, 1829 in Warren Co., Georgia. Died: Meriweather Georgia. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 ) TALBOT COUNTY GA Military - Company E - 9th Regiment COMPANY E, 9TH REGIMENT, GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY "TALBOT GUARDS"

ANDREW JACKSON CHAMBLESS – Private - Infantry 10th Battalion Co. D Georgia. Born about 1822. Died in December 1866 in Bibb County, Georgia. Son of Samuel Chambless and Jane Danielly. Married Mary Tapley on February 2, 1846. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Marriage & Obituaries from the Macon Messenger

SAMUEL C. CHAMBLESS – Corporal 14th Battalion (St Guards) Co. A. Georgia. Born in 1824. Died: December 28, 1899 in Bibb County, Georgia. Son of Samuel Chambliss and Jane Danielly. Married Amanda P. Gilbert on January 4, 1853 in Bibb County, Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330, and Early Georgia Marriages.

LAMBERT A. CHAMBLISS – Private - 24th Infantry Co. K Alabama. Born: January 1840 in Kingston, Autauga Co., Alabama. Son of Allen Mark Chambliss and Elizabeth Jane Whitehead. Married Susan W. about 1867 who died in 1879 then married Delia Scott about 1880. Died: August 1922.. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330, Bio. Of Lot Scott, and Autauga County, Alabama Cemetery Records.

EPHRIAM CHAMBLISS – Private - 24th Calvary Co. K Texas. Born in Mississippi about 1837. Son of William Henry Chambliss and Millie Mae Parrish. Married: Kitsy Tolar on January 24, 1861 in Tyler Co., Texas. Died: April 22, 1920 in Woodville, Tyler County, Texas. His place of burial is unknown, a notation on his papers states he did not have a regular funeral, buried by his neighbors. Pension Application # 25400. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

VAN CHAMBLISS – Private - 24th Calvary Co. G Texas Son of William Henry Chambliss and Millie Mae Parrish. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

SAMUEL A. CHAMBLESS – Private -27th Calvary Co. D Texas. Son of William Henry Chambliss and Willie May Parish. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

RICHARD COCKRAN CHAMBLISS – Private - Co. H 1st Virginia Calvary. Born 1-19-1837 in VA. Died: 1-1-1920. Married Sara Elizabeth Atwell in 1870 in VA. Source: Confederate Patriot Index 1924 – 1978 Vol. II – Tennessee Daughters of the Confederacy – P-Vine Press – Columbia, TN.

MASTEN E. CHAMBLESS – Private – 5th Alabama Regiment from 1861 to 1865 when it disbanded. Born: February 4, 1836. Died: November 10, 1910 in Fayette County, Alabama. Son of Aaron Chambliss and Mary Mason. Married: Married Mary Wimbreth Harrison. Source: Census of Confederate Soldiers in the Civil War, on file in Fayette County Court House, Fayette, Alabama.

NATHANIAL R. CHAMBLISS – Major – S Company 1st Calvary Regiment of Kentucky. He was the Commander of Selma, Alabama Arsenal from October 1862 until March of 1863, and Commander of the Charleston, South Carolina Arsenal from December 10, 1863 until sometime in 1864. Died: March 7, 1897. Source: (Confederate Kentucky Volunteers War 1861 – 1865 ) and National Archives and Records Administration – The Confederacy.

WILLIAM LAWSON CHAMBLISS – Private – Enlisted in Co K 1st Regiment (Ramsey's) on June 4, 1861 and mustered out on March 18, 1862. Enlisted in A Company 32nd Regiment Georgia on May 5, 1862. Born Jan. 4, 1840. Son of Lawson Green Chambliss and Martha Elizabeth Russell. Married: Millie Harrison. Surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina on April 26, 1865. Died In Monroe County Georgia on May 9, 1911. Buried at Juliette Methodist Cemetery in Jones Co., Georgia. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 ) and Muster Roll of Co. K 1st Regiment (Ramsey's) Ga Volunteer Infantry.

SAMUEL LEE. CHAMBLISS – Lt. Colonel 13th Battalion Partisan Rangers Louisiana Son of Peter Chambliss and Mary Rutledge. Married Jane Truett Scott on July 16, 1836 in Jefferson County, Mississippi. Born: April 4, 1814 in Port Gibson, Mississippi. Died: June 16, 1869 in Corsicana, Texas. Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers), Navarro County, Cemetery Records, and Jefferson County, Mississippi Records.

CORTEZ CHAMBLISS – 1st Lieutenant Infantry 2nd Battalion (St Troops) Co. A Mississippi Born: March 2, 1818 – Died: December 31, 1879 in Claiborne Co. Ms. Son of Peter Corbin Chambliss and Drucilla Jones Harper. Married Eilizabeth N. C. Boles on November 11, 1847. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Jefferson County, Mississippi Records.

LEONARD C. CHAMBLISS – Private - 36th Infantry Co. C Mississippi Son of Peter Corbin Chambliss and Drucilla Jones Harper. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

CALVIN CHAMBLISS – Private - Calvary Hughes Battalion Co. A Mississippi Son of Peter Corbin Chambliss and Drucilla Jones Chambliss. Married: Mary Selman on February 4, 1841. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Jefferson County, Mississippi Records.

FREDERICK CHAMBLISS – Corporal Calvary 24th Battalion Co. A Mississippi Son of John Seright Chambliss and Matilda Darden. Married: Namoni Stanley on January 24, 1855 in Jefferson County, Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Mississippi Marriages 1829 – 1900.

LEONARD A. CHAMBLISS – Private - 44th Infantry Co. G & I Mississippi Son of Calvin Chambliss and Mary Selman. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILLIAM RUTLEDGE CHAMBLISS – Adj. 25th Louisiana Infantry F & S. He was appointed Adj on March 22, 1862. On September 12, 1864 he became Captain of Calvary in Trans. Mississippi Dept. Born December 26, 1840. Died: February 13, 1913. Son of Samuel Lee Chambliss and Jane Truett Scott. Sarah Garrett. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

THEODORIC JAMES CHAMBLISS – 1st Lieutenant 16th Infantry Co E. Born: 1843 in Sussex County, Virginia. Son of William Oliver Chambliss and Martha A. Jones.  : Married Amanda Davis Armistead. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOSEPH H. CHAMBLISS – Private -11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. B Georgia. Enlisted March 1, 1862. Transferred to 8th Calvary Regiment on January 1, 1865. Son of William M. Chambliss and Elizabeth Ann McNatt. Married: Martha Pilcher on August 17, 1865 in Sumter County, Georgia. Born: 10-18-1843. Died: 11-1906. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Sumpter Co. Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

WILLIAM M. CHAMBLESS – Private - Calvary 29th Battalion Co. D Georgia. Son of WillIiam Chambliss and Elizabeth Ann McNatt. Married: Theodocia Battle. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

WILLIAM CHAMBLESS – Private -Artillery 11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. B Georgia. Born: October 9, 1823 in Jones County, Georgia. Died: October 18, 1901 in Sumpter County, Georgia. Son of Jessie C. Chambliss and Nancy. Married: Elizabeth Ann McMath on August 2, 1842 in Sumpter County, Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

JOHN ANDREW JACKSON CHAMBLISS – Private -11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. A Georgia. Enlisted March 1, 1862.Born: May 28, 1820. Died: October 10, 1873 in Sumpter County, Georgia. Son of Jessie C. Chambliss and Nancy. Married: Lucy Ann Chappell about 1847. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

ANDREW CHAMBLESS – Private - Artillery 11th Battalion (Sumter Arty) Son of Jessie C. Chambliss and Nancy. Married: Emilie. Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILEY CHAMBLISS – Private - 11th Battalion (Sumter Arty.) Co. A Georgia. Enlisted on July 6, 1861. Deserted from Camp Nine near Winchester, Virginia on October 19, 1862 Reported on last muster as Absent without leave. Died: 1887 in Baldwin County, Alabama. Son of Jessie C. Chambliss and Nancy. Married: Maryann L. Tison on December 11, 1859 in Sumpter County, Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Sumter Artillery Roster Co A and Co B, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Artillery, Americus, Georgia.

JOHN L. CHAMBLISS – Private -Heavy Artillery Coleman’s Co. Virginia. Son of John L. Chambliss and Susan Vaughn. Married: Rebecca E. on May 15, 1856. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JAMES HARRISON CHAMBLISS – Private - 33rd Infantry Co. A & K Arkansas. Son of John Graves Chambliss and Celia Jane Mabry Cain. Married: Cynthia Ann James. . Pension Request Veteran No. 15305 filed on August 8, 1911 in Calhoun County, Arkansas. Born: 1841 Died: December 25, 1929 in Oauchita County, Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Arkansas Confederate Veterans and Pension Applications.

THOMAS B. CHAMBLISS – Private - 33rd Infantry Co. K Arkansas. - Corporal Son of John Graves Chambliss and Celia Jane Mabry Cain. Married: Adelia Bell September 7, 1853 in Hardeman County, Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN PACE CHAMBLESS – Private – K Company 31st Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted September 9, 1861. Surrendered Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865. Died: 1918. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia )

JOHN A. CHAMBLISS – Private -Crafts Calvary – Born in Tishmingo Co., Mississippi in 1846 – Died in 1911. Buried in Itawamba Co., Mississippi. Source: Index of Confederate Soldiers and Mississippi Confederate Grave Registration – Heritage Books.

R. G. CHAMBLISS – Lieutenant - Art. Alabama. – Born in Alabama in 1843. Died in 1932 and is buried in Winston Co., Mississippi. Source: Graves of Confederate Soldiers Mississippi Confederate Grave Registration – Heritage Books.

WILLIAM PERRYMAN CHAMBLESS – Private - 11th Calvary Co. K Texas. Mustered into service on June 28, 1861 in Colonel W. C. Young’s Texas Volunteers, Co K at Boston, Texas by Chief Justice John A. Talbot. This unit was transferred with the 11th Regiment and mustered into the Confederate State Service on October 2, 1861 Discharged at Camp Douglas, Illinois on June 17, 1865 on G.O. 109, A.G.C. Died: December 13, 1917 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330, Confederate Pension Rolls, and Muster Roll of Captain Morris’ Co. K Texas Volunteers.

HENRY GILMORE CHAMBLESS – Private - 11th Calvary Co. K Texas . Mustered into service on June 28, 1861 in Colonel W. C. Young’s Texas Volunteers, Co K at Boston, Texas by Chief Justice John A. Talbot. This unit was transferred with the 11th Regiment and mustered into the Confederate State Service on October 2, 1861. He is still listed on the roll in February 1864. Married Delphia ? Pension application # 18052. Died: July 14, 1911 in Limestone County, Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 And Confederate Pension Rolls and Muster Roll of Captain Morris’ Co. K Texas Volunteers.

HENRY F. CHAMBLESS – Private -1st and 3rd (Yager’s) Calvary Co. A. Texas. The Pension application # 19486, by his widow states he enlisted April 11, 1862 and discharged as disabled on October 13, 1862. Died: February 19, 1909 in Taylor County, Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Confederate Pension Rolls.

ANDREW JACKSON CHAMBLIS – Private -33rd Calvary Co. K Texas. Enlisted May 10, 1862 in Jackson County, Texas. He signed the amnesty oath August 8, 1865, Widow pension application # 18701. Died: Fall of 1878. His wife died in Victoria County, Texas November 14, 1918. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN LEVI CHAMBLESS – Private – 32nd Calvary Co. H Texas. Born in Talbot County Georgia about 1842. Enlisted January 19, 1862 and still on the roll in February 1864. Pension application # 21685. Died: June 11, 1924 in Merkel, Taylor County, Texas and is buried in Merkel Cemetery. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOSEPH K. CHAMBLISS – Private - Infantry Co. 3rd Battalion Co. G Mississippi. Died: June 1, 1924. Buried in Yell County, Arkansas. Pension request 13959 in Yell County, Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Arkansas Confederate Veterans and Pension Applications.

JOHN CHAMBLISS – Private/Teamster – 9th Texas Infantry Co. A. Mustered in January 4, 1862 at Paris, Texas. Detached as Brigade Teamster on May 5, 1862, present in July to October, 1862. Sick at Brownsville, Ga. 8/27/62-roll of September/October, 1862. Present January/June, 1863; present 4/5/1864; POW near Nashville, TN. On December 15, 1864, received at Louisville, KY on January 2, 1865; received at Camp Chase, OH on January 6, 1865. In Camp Chase Hospital (erisypelas), January, 30 – February 4, 1865. Enlisted in U.S. Army on March 20, 1865 and transferred to Chicago. Source: Compiled Service Records of the 9th Texas Infantry on microfilm at the National Archives.

ALBERT MADISON CHAMBLESS – Private - 11th Infantry Co. E Texas. Son of Christopher Columbus Chambless and Amanda Melvina Edwards. Married: Mary E. Fleming on June 16, 1864 in Panola County, Texas. Born: 1844 in Talbot County, Georgia. Died: May 24, 1885 in Louisiana. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Louisiana Confederate Pension rolls.

THEORERICK CHAMBLISS – Private – I Co. 17th Calvary Regiment of Kentucky UNION ARMY. Son of John Graves Chambliss and Celia Jane Mabry Cain. Married: Clarissa Jane Drennon on June 3, 1848 in Hardemon County, Tennessee. Died in Caldwell County, Kentucky. Enlisted September 1, 1864. Source: (Report of Adjutant General State of Kentucky)

ANDREW CHAMBLISS - Private – I Co. 17th Calvary Regiment of Kentucky UNION ARMY. Son of John Graves Chambliss and Celia Jane Mabry Cain Enlisted December 20, 1864. Married: Martha J. Died: 1917. Source: (Report of Adjutant General State of Kentucky)

JAMES MASTERSON CHAMBLISS – Private – Co. F 3rd Georgia Reserve – The records of the “Great Prison” in Andersonville, Georgia show him as a prison guard in 1864. Buried on the “Old Phillips Place” near Sargent, Texas. Source: Catherine Ryan descendent of James

W. B. CHAMBLISS – Captain - 4th Louisiana. Calvary Co. D. Captured and paroled on June 6, 1865. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

J. CHAMBLISS - Sergeant Asst Surgeon - Co. S HF & S 3rd Louisiana Infantry. Enlisted May 17, 1861 at New Orleans, La. Present on rolls to June 30, 1861. Roll for July and August 1861, Present. Appointed Asst., July…Orderly Sergt. from May 21 to July 1. Roll for November and December absent on furlough. Resigned his position as Acting Surgeon November 30, 1861 and appointed Assistant Surgeon. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

B. F. CHAMBLISS – Full Hospital Steward - Medical Department C.S.A. – A Company 14th Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted March 4, 1862. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

JAMES H. CHAMBLISS – Full Quarter Master – A Company 5th Battalion Calvary Regiment Florida. Born: 1821. Died: August 14, 1875. Buried in Chambliss Cemetery Plat 140 in Florida. Married: Bettie Applewhite. Source: ( Soldiers of Florida in the Civil War )

J. W. CHAMBLISS – Full Teamster – E Company 55th Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted May 3, 1862. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

J. W. CHAMBLISS – Private - 8th Louisiana Co. E. Captured at Strausburg on September 22, 1864. Received at Pt. Lookout Maryland from Harpers Ferry on October 3, 1864. Tranferred to Aikens Landing, Va. And exchanged on February 2, 1865. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

ALEXANDER Z. CHAMBLESS – Private – A Company 21st Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted August 8, 1861 – Discharged November 8, 1861 Disability. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

ANDREW J. CHAMBLISS – Private - C Company 3rd La Regiment North Carolina. Enlisted May 8 1862 at Henrico, Virginia. Source: ( North Carolina Troops 1861 – 1865 A Roster )

W. S. CHAMBLESS – Private - 1st (Johnston’s) Infantry Co. E Mississippi Sergeant Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 1st Mississippi Infantry Regiment – Organized at Corinth Mississippi during the spring of 1861 and consisted of 682 men from the counties of Marshall, Itawamba, Desota, Panola, Lafayette, Tisomingo, and Smith. This unit was captured at Ft. Donelson, Tennessee on February 16, 1832. During this battle 16 men were killed and 61 wounded of the 331 men who participated in this battle.

HENRY CHAMBLESS – Private – A Co. 37th Infantry Regiment Virginia. Source: ( The Virginia Regimental Series )

WILLIAM C. CHAMBLESS – Private – A Company 21st Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted August 19, 1861. Source:( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

J. M. CHAMBLISS – Private – K Company 53rd Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted May 6, 1862 – Discharged May 12, 1862. Furnished Substitute. Source: ( Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865 )

A. C. CHAMBLISS – Private – A Company 32nd Infantry Regiment Georgia. Enlisted March 18, 1864. Surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina on April 26, 1865. Source: (Roster Confederate Soldiers Georgia 1861 – 1865) MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A, 32d REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY- ARMY OF TENNESSEE JASPER & JONES COUNTIES, GEORGIA

GEORGE W. CHAMBLISS – Private – E Company 5th Battalion Calvary Regiment Florida. Enlisted March 26, 1865. Source: ( Soldiers of Florida in the Civil War )

IRA P. CHAMBLISS – Private – E Company 5th Battalion Calvary Regiment Florida. Enlisted January 20, 1865 – AWOL May 3, 1865. Source: Soldiers of Florida in the Civil War

JOHN CHAMBLISS – Private – Co. A 9th Texas Infantry. Enlisted January 4, 1862 at Lamar, Texas. Born 1844. Source: ( Roster of 9th Texas Calvary )

J. H. CHAMBLISS – Private 9th Texas Field Battery. Enlisted June 18. 1861. Source: ( 9th Texas Field Battery Roster )

L. M. CHAMBLISS – Private Co. K Cons. Cres. Regiment Louisiana. Infantry. Paroled at Natchitoches, La. On June 6, 1865. Source: (Louisiana Confederate Soldiers)

JOHN CHAMBLISS – Private -Co. K 21st Regiment Mississippi Volunteers. Enlisted May 16, 1861 at age 22.

WILLIAM L. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st (Ramsey’s) Infantry Co. K – Survived the war. Source: Records of Ramsey’s Infantry Co. K.

JOHN A. CHAMBLISS – Private – K Company 136 Infantry Regiment Illinois UNION ARMY. Enlisted on May 20, 1864 – Out on October 22, 1864. Rejoined G Company 6th Calvary Regiment Union Army March 3, 1865. Source: ( Illinois Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men)

A. CHAMBLISS – Private - 16th Infantry Co. A Alabama Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

D. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st Calvary 2nd Co. E Alabama . Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

FRANCIS H. CHAMBLISS – Private - 16th Infantry Co. H Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

FRED CHAMBLISS – Private -Lt. Artillery Goldthwaite’s Battery Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

J. CHAMBLISS – Private -Lt. Artillery Goldthwaite’s Battery Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

PHIL S. CHAMBLISS – Private - 38th Infantry Co. F A Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

THOMAS B. CHAMBLISS – Private -Lt. Artillery 20th Battalion Co. A Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

W. CHAMBLISS – Private -7th Calvary Co. G Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

W. M. CHAMBLISS – Private - 2nd Calvary Co. H Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

J. T. CHAMBLESS – Private - 5th Calvary Co. A Alabama. Enlisted at Moulton, Alabama on September 1, 1862, age 22. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Cos., AL Muster Roll.

MANUEL H. CHAMBLESS – Private _16th Infantry Co K Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330.

M. E. CHAMBLESS – Private -5th Calvary Co. A Alabama. Enlisted at Moulton, Alabama on September 1, 1862, age 26. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Cos., AL Muster Roll.

N. M. CHAMBLESS –- Corporal - 5th Calvary Co. A Alabama. - Enlisted at Moulton, Alabama on September 1, 1862, age 25. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Cos., AL Muster Roll.

FRANCIS A. CHAMBLISS – Private -16th Infantry Co. K Alabama. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILLIAM W. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st (Crawford’s) Calvary Co. A Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. M. CHAMBLISS – Private -3rd Calvary Co. H Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN G. CHAMBLISS – - Bugler - 3rd Calvary Co. G. Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILLIAM B. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st Volunteer Co. B Arkansas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. C. CHAMBLISS – Private -4th Res. Co. G Georgia. - Corporal Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

ANDREW C. CHAMBLISS – Private -8th Infantry (ST Guards) Co. D Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

C. A. CHAMBLISS – Private - 32nd Infantry Co. A Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

HENRY CHAMBLISS – Private -Calvary 1st Battalion Res. McKenney’s Co. Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

THOMAS CHAMBLISS – Private - 1st (Fannin’s) Res. Co. C Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

THOMAS CHAMBLISS – 2nd Res. Co. E Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

ALEXANDER C. CHAMBLESS – Private -Artillery 9th Battalion Co. A & E Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Muster Roll of Co E 9th Battalion Light Artillery, Fulton County, Georgia.

B. CHAMBLESS – Private –1st (Ramsey’s) Infantry Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

D. CHAMBLESS – Private - Calvary 15th Battalion (St Guards) Wooten’s Co. Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

HENRY CHAMBLESS – Private - 2nd Calvary Co. G Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. F. CHAMBLESS – Private -9th Infantry Co. B. Georgia. Sergeant Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN CHAMBLESS – Private -Siege Artillery 28th Battalion Co. D & F Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

THOMAS CHAMBLESS – Private - 51st Infantry Co. F Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

W. M. CHAMBLESS – Private - 3rd Reg. Co. F Georgia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

ZACHARIAH D. CHAMBLESS – Private -Infantry 10th Battalion Co. D Georgia. Sergeant Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. CHAMBLISS – Private -Light Artillery Cobb’s Co. Kentucky. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. CHAMBLISS – Private -3rd Mtd. Infantry 1st Co. F Kentucky. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

N. R. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st Calvary (Helm’s) Kentucky. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

C. F. CHAMBLISS – Private - 4th Calvary Co C Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

G. CHAMBLISS – Private -2nd (Davidson’s) Infantry Co. H Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

H. H. CHAMBLISS – Private - 3rd Infantry Co. D Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

L. S. CHAMBLISS – Private - 2nd (Quinn’s St. Troops) Infantry Co. B Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

W. H. CHAMBLISS –-1st Sergeant - Infantry 2nd State troops Co. A Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILLIAM CHAMBLISS – Private -2nd Infantry Co. A Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

WILLIAM R. CHAMBLESS – Private - 43rd Infantry Co. H Mississippi. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

J. W. CHAMBLESS – Private -3rd Battalion Sr. Res. Durham’s Co. North Carolina. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

ANDREW J. CHAMBLISS – Private -Lt. Artillery 3rd Battalion Co. C & A North Carolina. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

E.CHAMBLESS – Private -7th (Duckworth’s) Calvary Co. A Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

G. W. CHAMBLISS – Private -7th (Duckworth’s) Calvary Co. A Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

H. M. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st Heavy Artillery Co. K Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

M. CHAMBLISS – Private -1st Heavy Artillery 2nd Co C Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

W. J. CHAMBLISS – Private -16th (Logwood’s) Calvary Co. G Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

W. L. CHAMBLISS – Private -16th (Logwood’s) Calvary Co. D Tennessee. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

E. J. CHAMBLISS – Private -14th Infantry Co. E. Texas Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

L. CHAMBLISS – Private -14th Infantry Co. E. Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

STEPHEN M. CHAMBLISS – Private - 10th Calvary Co G Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Texas Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 Unit Roster Volume 2.

J. CHAMBLES – Private -11th (Spraight’s) Bn. Volunteers Co. B Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

B. A. CHAMBLESS – Corporal - 10th Calvary Co. K Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Texas Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 Unit Roster Volume 2.

E. CHAMBLESS – Private - 10th Calvary Co. K Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330 and Texas Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 Unit Roster Volume 2

J. J. CHAMBLESS – Private -11th Infantry Co. E Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN CHAMBLESS – Private -11th Calvary Co. K Texas. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

DAVID CHAMBLISS – Private - Infantry 44th Battalion Co. E Virginia. Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JOHN A CHAMBLISS – General and Staff Chaplain Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

JACKSON CHAMBLISS – General and Staff PACS Surgeon Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

THOMAS J. CHAMBLESS – Private - Mead’s Confederate Calvary Co. B Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 – 1865 Vol. III pages 329 – 330

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