Blackburn, James - Spring Station, Ky. - Born in Woodford County, Ky., April 30, 1841. Entered Arkansas State Service at Helena, Ark., April, 1861, and transferred to Confederate States Army. Private, 1st Lieutenant, Captain, first in Cleburne's Regiment Arkansas Infantry, Hardee's Brigade; then Hawthorn's Regiment, Fagan's Brigade; Captain, May, 1864. Prisoner at Camp Chase to February, 1865; exchanged and served under Kirby Smith, Trans-Mississippi Department, to close of war. Member Abe Buford Camp No. 97, Versailles, Ky. Inspector-General on Staff of General P. P. Johnston, 4th Kentucky Brigade U. C. V. Farmer.
Didlake, George W. - Born in Fayette County, Ky., March 8th, 1835. Died July 30th, 1895. Entered Confederate Service September, 1862. Private Company A, then Sergeant, 8th Kentucky Cavalry, Morgan's Command; then Assistant Adjutant General of Brigade commanded by W. C. P. Breckinridge. Captured and imprisoned at Fortress Monroe, Fort Delaware, Point Lookout, Allegheny Penitentiary and Johnson's Island. Served to close of war. Was a member of John C. Breckinridge Camp No. 100, Lexington, Ky.
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Nunnelley, Robert C. - Lexington, Ky. - Born in Somerset, Ky., October 6th, 1819. Entered Confederate Service June, 1861. Private, Forage Master, 2nd Lieutenant and Captain, Company E, General Joe Shelby's Missouri Cavalry. In all engagements the command fought in. Captured and in St. Louis and Alton prisons six months. Served to close of war. Member Geo. W. Johnson Camp No. 98, Georgetown, Ky. Farmer.
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Shaffer, Thomas Jefferson - Franklin, La. - Born in Terrebonne Parish, La., October 9th, 1842. Entered Confederate Service May, 1861. Private, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Louisiana Infantry Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Chas. D. Dreaux, on the Peninsular Virginia until April, 1862. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant in 26th Louisiana Infantry. Served with it to close of war. Was at Fall of New Orleans. Through Siege of Vicksburg. On General M. L. Smith's Staff as A. I. G., and in Trans-Mississippi Department. Served four years. Commander Florian Cornay Camp No. 345, Franklin, La. Sugar Planter.
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Engman, H. A. - Lexington, Ky. - Born in New Orleans, La., September 7th, 1845. Entered Confederate Service July, 1861. Private 14th Louisiana Regiment in Commands of Generals Magruger, J. E. Johnston, R. E. Lee and T. J. Jackson. Commissary Trans-Mississippi Department. Served three years. Wounded at Gaines Mill, Va., and disabled for further service. Member John C. Breckinridge Camp No. 100. Major of Ordnance, Staff of Brigadier-General N. M. Marks, U. C. V. Farmer and Breeder Thoroughbred Horses.
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Voorhies, Charles Howard - Lexington, Ky. - Born in Woodford County, Ky., April 2nd, 1839. Died October 12th, 1903. Entered Confederate Service about October, 1862. Lieutenant of Staff of Brigadier General A. Buford. Served three years. Was a member of John C. Breckinridge Camp No. 100, Lexington, Ky. Former Cashier Northern Bank.