The Stone Prairie Independent Home Guard Company comprised William L. Lee, captain; Hood Tate, first lieutenant; Thomas Smith, second lieutenant; George M. Goodnight, first sergeant, and the following privates: L. Mattingly, Amos Carlin, A. B. Carlin, M. V. Smith, J. Goodnight, F. M. Goodnight, Silas Moudy, T. Moudy, E. Davis, W. R. Browning, P. P. Henderson, H. J. Smith, George W. Browning, M. L. Tate, J. W. Lee, Jesse Nott, T. Smith, W. Toner, G. B. Roden, James Riddle, W. Horine, William Stringer, J. B. Blankenship, John Miller, Tilmon Edwards, Dave Thomas, C. C. Edmonds, H. L. Jackson, Corny Westfall, A. J. Marbut, J. McKennys, I. W. Roden, J. R. Stringer, G. L. Carlin, A. J. Lee, J. M. Marbut, Thomas Carlin, William A. Lee, Asa Carlin, Thomas Calton, Morgan Calton, Gideon Jackson, John A. Smith, J. Blankenship. In October, 1864, Lee was ordered by Col. Harrison, of the First Arkansas Cavalry, to report at once at headquarters. This company, in common with others, continued in service from beginning to end of the war.
From Goodspeed's 1888 History of Barry County (reprint), p. 87.
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