Dupree's in The Civil War



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The Following lists Dupree's that served in the Civil War.
Last Updated 4/14/99
If you know of any person with the Surname Dupree not listed here please e-mail me at
borgite@yahoo.com

This page will always be being updated as your info is e-mailed to me so anything you send I can put on here.

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The following information submitted by
Jim Boyter
e-mail JimBoyter@aol.com
Thank you Jim


The following are decended from John Dupree that married Nancy Short and are the sons of Griffin Dupree

[written note at top right of page]
The last time I talked to Lula
last March she said 17 Dupree's
went off to War. Four came back.

Dupree's

and

The Civil War


cont......


Seven Dupree's, all Griffins sons, as best as I can determine were in Company D, "Cherokee Brown Rangers", 14th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment. They were

Andrew Jackson [Dupree]
Daniel Leonard [Dupree]
Farris C. [Dupree]
Joseph George [Dupree] [on the Confederate Roll of Honor]
Thaddeus Marion [Dupree] [Mine and Jim Boyter's ancestor]
William A. [Dupree]
Wright Cornelius [Dupree]

Uncle Ellis said that Thads Brother Charlie was killed while carring the flag during the Civil War.

Lula said that Uncle Joe was shot in the arm while carrying the
[unit] flag. Gene Mcgraw said that Uncle Joe picked the flag up with his other arm after he was shot. Second cousin Alta Naomi Shelton Smith said "Uncle Joe Never let the flag hit the ground. According to records Uncle Joes arm was amputated at Gettysburg on (the night of) July 2, 1863. (Amputation was standard practice to prevent infection from "dirty bullets".)

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The Following information was supplied
by
Herman Johnson
Thank you Herman

S.C.V Iowa Camp Representative

These are all the listings from the
Index of the Roster of
Confederate Soldiers of Georgia

by Lillian Henderson
six vol set.


The only spellings are included. First number is the vol and second number
is the page of that vol.

Example 6:155 would be vol 6 page 155



DUPREE

A.N. (or A.W) 6:467
Co I, Bartow and other counties GA,
63rd Reg GA Vol Inf

Augusta N. 2:844
Co A, Campbellton Home Guard,
Campbell Co, GA, 21st Reg GA Vol Inf,
Army of Northern VA

Benjamin I 1:488
Co F, Wilkinson Rifles, Wilkinson Co, GA, 3d
Regiment GA Vol, Wrights Brigade, Anderson's Division, Army of Northern, VA

Charles 1:341,
Co F, lst Regiment Ga Regulars Army of Tennessee

Charles 1: 778,
Co D, Butts Co Vol, Butts Co GA, 6th Regiment GA Vol Infantry, Army of
Tennessee

Charles T. 2:322
Co I, Stark Volunteers, Spalding Co, GA
13th Reg, GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

Charles W. 6:717
Co D, Mangham Inf, Bibb & Jones Co, GA
66th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Columbus 1:341
Co F, Ist Reg GA Regulars Army of Tennessee

Daniel 2:1051
Co F, Cobb, Coffee, and Spading Counties, GA
23 Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Daniel L. 2:362
Co D, Cherokee Brown Rangers,Cherokee Co, GA
14th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

Erastus 3:258
Co K, Brunswick Rifles, Glynn Co, GA
26th Reg GA Vol Inf

George R. 3:448
Co C, Berrien Minutemen, Berrien, Clinch, and
Lowndes Co, GA, 29th Reg GA Vol Inf
Army of Tennessee

Herod G. 1:699
Co G, Schley Co, GA, 5th Reg, GA Vol Inf Army
of Tennessee

Herod G. 1:707
Co H Hardess Rifles, Decartur Co, GA, 5th Reg Ga Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Herod G. 1:736
Co M, Bibb Co, GA, 5th GA Reg Vol Inf, Army of
Tennessee

J. H. 5:759
Co C GA Vol Inf, Dooly Co, GA
55th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

J. J. 2:683
Co I, Dooly Light Inf, Dooly Co, GA
18th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

J. M. 6:174
Co G, Dooly Guards, Chatham Co, GA
60th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

J. T. 1:488
Co F, Wilkinson's Rifles, Wilkinson Co, GA 3rd
Reg GA Vol, Wright Brigade, Anderson's Division,Army of Northern Virginia

James 1:452
Co B, Brown Rifles, Putnam Co, GA
3rd Reg GA Vol, Wright's Brigade, Anderson's Div, Army of
Northern VA

Jason L 4:789
Co G, GA Vol Inf, Carroll Co, GA
41st Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Jason L. 6:734
Co F, Putnam and other counties GA
66th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

John F. 6:807
Co C, Floyd Rifles, Bibb Co, GA
2nd Battalion GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

John T. 4:789
Co G, GA Vol Inf, Carroll Co, GA
41st Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

John W. 2:564
Co B, Schely Vols, Schley Co, GA
17th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

Joseph G. 2:362
Co D, Cherokee Brown Rangers, Cherokee Co, GA
(Joseph George) 14th Reg GA Vol Infantry

Note: From Jim Dupree
Is on the Confederate Honor Roll.
This Roll is posted on the Web.

Joshua R. 3:383 Co D, McAfee and Donaldson Guards
Cherokee Co, GA, 28th Reg GA Vol Inf
Army of Tennessee

Lewis J. 1:776 Co C, Beauregard Rifles, Houston Co, GA
5th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Lewis J. 4:907 Co I, Byars Vols, Butts Co, GA
45th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

M.M. (or W.M.) 1:915 8th Reg GA Vol Inf, Anderson's Brigade
Army of Northern VA, Field, Staff & Band

R. L. 5:759 Co C GA Vol Inf, Dooly Co, GA
55th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

Simon W. 5:759 Co C GA Vol Inf, Dooly Co, GA
55th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

T. R. 2:683 Co I Dooly Light Inf, Dooly Co, GA
18th Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Northern VA

Thaddeus M. 2:362 Co D, Cherokee Brown Rangers, Cherokee Co, GA
(Thaddeus Marion) 14th Reg GA Vol Infantry

W.C. 2:362 Co D, Cherokee Brown Rangers, Cherokee Co, GA
(Wright Cornelious) 14th Reg GA Vol Infantry.

Notes From Jim Boyter:
Lost His Leg at the Battle of 7 Pines.
Captured in 1865 at Petersburg after the Battle of Chancelorsville

William A. 2:362 Co D, Cherokee Brown Rangers, Cherokee Co, GA
14th Reg GA Vol Infantry

William J. 4:789 Co G, GA Vol Inf, Carroll Co, GA
41st Reg GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

DUPRE

Samuel A. 4:437 Co B, Kennesaw Inf, Cobb Co, GA
41st Reg, GA Vol Inf, Army of Tennessee

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The following information
provided by
Muttoot@aol.com
Beverly
Thank you Beverly

Private J.H.Dupree was a member of the 55th GA Infantry, listed on the roster of Co. C. He was on detached duty at Andersonville, GA.

Privates
R. L. Dupree

Simon W. Dupree

The 55th Infantry regiment was organized on May 17, 1862. It surrendered at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee on September 9, 1863. Those not captured, (J.H. and R.L. were not captured) were consolidated into three companies and served as guards at the prisoner of war camps at Andersonville, Georgia ( J.H.) and Salisbury, North Carolina. First Commander was C. B. Harkie (Colonel) not very well liked by any of his men. The Battle of Cumberland Gap was September 8-10, 1863.

A photograph of James Harrison Dupree is hanging in the Andersonville Museum (I am told by family members), Andersonville, GA.

"Roster of the Confererate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865, Volume V,", lists the following on the muster roll of Company C, Dooly County Georgia:

J.H. Dupree
R. L. Dupree
Simon W. Dupree


"Compendium of the Confederate Armies, South Carolina andGeorgia", lists the regiment and pertinent facts.

On July 31, 1906, James Harrison Dupree filed for Indigent Pension, I have copies of the application, questions for applicant, questions for the witness, power of attorney, affidavit of physicians, and the allowance of the pension. All the info was from a researcher online. He forwarded the copies to me via snail mail.

James Harrison Dupree, b. 11/29/1849, d. 6/12/22, Prospect Cemetary,Turner County GA, he married Nancy A. Thompson, 11/28/1868 and had William Henry, Sarah, Harris, John E.. James H., Jr., Samuel M. Ira Eugene and Nancy.

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Thomas Green Dupree
served as a private in the First Alabama Legion, Company E, 2nd Battery of the Confederate Army. This Company was later
consolidated with others and became Company B of the 59th Regiment Alabama Infantry. Sometime in the spring of 1864, Thomas was promoted to Corporal.

Thomas had enlisted at Montgomery, Alabama, June 15, 1862.He was wounded and captured April 4, 1865 at Sutherland Station between Petersburg and Burkville, Virginia, just 5 days before Lee's surrender. Sent as a prisoner to Point Lookout, Maryland. He was paroled from there June 11, 1865 at the conclusion of the war and upon swearing allegiance to the Union.

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Florida Confederate Pension Application
Files

A01108, DUPREE, Lucian D., Arty Units, Delila (Grantham), DeSoto Co, 1907,
12 pgs

A01199, DUPREE, George W., lst Regt Cav, Augusta (Crow), Hillsborough Co,
1902,, 13 pgs

A01199, DUPREE, George W., lst Regt Cav, Augusta (Crow), Hillsborough Co,
1902,, 13 pgs

A01260, MURPHY, James H., 4th Regt Inf, Annie (Dupree) spouse ?, DeSoto Co, 1907, 16
pgs

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SHAVER'S 7TH ARKANSAS
INFANTRY REGIMENT CSA CO D


DUPREE, J.W. PVT - Died 4 Nov 1861 at Bowling Green, KY

DUPREE, STEPHEN PVT - Deserted 16 Jun 1862
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Co. B, 11th Battalion
Georgia Volunteer Artillery Americus, Ga.
known as
"Cutts Battalion"
SUMTER FLYING ARTILLERY
http://www.ij.net/phickey/ga11.htm

DUPREE, Colquitt C.B. - Pvt. - enlisted 10Sept61 Americus, age 19. Killed in battle 4Aug64 near Petersburg, Va.

DUPREE, James - Pvt. - enlisted 1Mar62 Americus. Captured Petersburg, Va. 2Apr65. Released 26June65.

DUPREE, John H. - Pvt. - enlisted 10Sept61 Americus, age 18.

DUPREE, John W. - Pvt. enlisted 1July62 Americus.

DUPREE, Larkin- Pvt. - enlisted 10Sept61, Americus, age 20.

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Federal Company
14th Tennessee Cavalry, Company C
http://www.usit.net/tngenweb/obion/obiofedc.htm
PRIVATES:
Daniel.C Dupree
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Company D, Cherokee Legion (Ga) Cavalry
http://www.scsn.net/users/sage/cl_cod_c.htm
DUPREE, William G.
Pvt.

Enlisted Canton, GA 7- 22-63.
Promoted to 1st Sgt 12-13-63.
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HISTORY OF 55th MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
by Katherine Dhalle
Sergeant William Dupree
http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/55hist.htm

cont.......
While all of this was going on, the contracts between the black soldiers and the government was still unsettled for those Sergeants who had been commissioned but not mustered as 2nd Lieutenants. But things were to change, for on the 22nd and 28th of June, Sergeants John F. Shorter, William Dupree and James M. Trotter were finally mustered into the regiments as 2nd Lieutenants. However, despite this bit of goodness, Trotter wrote: “There in much feeling in the Regiment among the officers against these promotions of colored men in Regiments with white officers; but all the best officers are in favor of it...Some talk of resigning on account of these promotions. I cannot say that they will do so...I do not know how it will all turn out, but Dupree and I will try to do our duty as officers let prejudice be as great as it may.”19

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Itawambians in the Civil War
http://www.network-one.com/~ithissoc/civil.html
Richard Dupree

The following information was abstracted from a microfilm copy of the Works Progress Administration for Mississippi Source Material for Mississippi History: Itawamba County Volume
XXIX. The list of Itawambians who served during the Civil War was more than likely obtained during the 1930s from old veteran pension records which were at one time located in the Itawamba County Courthouse. Some of these people listed did not live in Itawamba County at the time of their service, but moved to Itawamba County after the war and were residents of Itawamba County when
the pension act was passed.

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The Following names were supplied by
Jerry Dupree
a.k.a. LQVARMINT@aol.com.
and are Directly related to Lewis Deupree (DuPre) the Son of
Josias DuPre
Thank you Jerry.


Dr. William J. Dupree -
Chief Surgeon, 2nd (Adair’s) Cherokee Mounted Volunteers
REGIMENTAL STAFF - Surgeon: William J Dupree appointed 24 Jul 63.

Thomas D. Dupree - Co. H, 15th Texas Cavalry (Johnson's Brigade).

Joseph Ellington Dupreee - Co. G, First Mississippi Cavalry, transferred to Waul's Texas Legion, January, 1863

Col. Louis Jared Deupree - Staff of Maj. Gen. William B. Bates, Army of Tennessee

Joseph E. Deupree - enlisted in Co. F, 11th Mississippi Infantry and later transferred to Co. G, First Mississippi Cavalry

Lt. Joseph Lattimore Deupree - enlisted in Co. F, 11th Mississippi Infantry and later transferred to Co. G, First Mississippi Cavalry

Dr. Thomas Mercer Deupree - Cop. F, First Mississippi Cavalry, died in 1862 of measles

Capt. Thomas Jefferson Deupree - Co. G, First Mississippi Cavalry

Corporal John Greer Deupree
James Wayne Deupree
William Daniel Deupree
William Drury Deupree
Thomas W. Deupree
Joseph Everett Deupree


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Ferdinand Dupree: B Company 1st Heavy Artilliary
Confederate Soldiers Buried in Crown Hill Cemetary

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The following Information
Provided by
Tom Guffin, Huntsville Al.
Thank you Tom

James Lewis Dupree enlisted in Co. G, 18th Alabama Infantry Reg. Muster
role dated 31December, 1861 and signed by Co. C commander Captain James M.
Oliver. Private in Co. C, 1st Alabama Cavalry Reg.
The following men were transferred to Captain Joseph Hodgsen, C Co. of Colonel J.H. Clanton's Cavalry Regiment by special order from Brig. Gen.
C.P. Walker, while company was encamped at Auburn, Al. Oct. 23, 1861:
Dupree, J.L. Pvt.
Dupree, H.H. Pvt.
( 9 others not Dupree)
The first Alabama Cavalry Reg. opened the Battle of Shilo. Henry Hill Dupree, James Lewis Dupree's younger brother, sustained a back injury at Shilo and was transferred to a hospital in Atlanta. He returned to service with the 59th Inf. Reg.
A claim was filed by A. Dupree, the widow of James L. Dupree, on February 20th, 1863, and recorded with the Confederate States Treasurer 1862-1864.

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Tenneseans in the Civil War
The Following Information supplied
by
Steven J. Tokarcik
Civil War Reenactor
(stevent@fred.net)
(stevent@mlog.com)
Private Archer's Brigade ANV

DUPRE Cornelius 0.-Pet. K Co. 4th In

DUPRE William Pet. H Co. 28th Con.

DUPREE A O Pet. J Co. 3rd (Clack's)

DUPREE Aloton M.-Pvt. J Co. 3rd (Clack's)

DUPREE H O Col. O Co. 7th CaC, K.-Pet. O Co. 50th In!.

DUPREE H O Pet. F Co. 49th In

DUPREE O Pet B Co. 3rd Cac.

DUPREE Jacob Sgt. O Co. 40th In!.\tab

DUPREE James A.-Pet. O Co. 40th

DUPREE L J Pet. Scott's L-Arty. Co.

DUPREE Moses Pet. F Co. 10th In

DUPREE P O Cpl. H Co. 19th Cac.\tab

DUPREE. P. 0.-Pet. O Co. 3rd Clack's

DUPREE, Samuel L.-Pet. O Co. 34th In

DUPREE, W. B.-Cpl. L Co. 7th Cac.

DUPREE, William-Pet. H Co. 28th Con. In




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The Following Information supplied
by
Scott
Nlalabungu@aol.com


South Carolina Confederate Co. C 23 Reg. - DuPree, J, Private
Georgia Infantry Co. E 5th Battalion - DuPree JH
North Carolina Co E. Malletts Battalion - DuPree JH
Florida Co B, Infantry - DuPree JW

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J. S. Dupree killed at Vicksburg

Bradley's Company
Waul's Texas Legion, 2nd Battalion
Timmons' Regiment, Texas Infantry

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DUPREE, HENRY H. - Musician, Co C 18th Infantry
DUPREE. JAMES LEWIS - Private, Co C 18th Infantry
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The Following Information supplied 
by 
Linda Desoto
ldes@centuryinter.net (Linda DeSoto)
Decendant of 
John Dupree and Lucy Little

John Dupree (1806-1898)[son of Thomas Dupree/Cynthia McDonald] and Mary 
Ann Taylor (1807-1881) had 9 children: 3 m, 6f.
All 3 sons were in the Confederate Army.  2 sons and 1 son-in-law died 
in the Civil War from a measles epidemic.  The 2 sons who died were young 
and unmarried.  This family was quite bitter ... and that animosity 
carried down to my grandmother whose grandfather was the 1 son who 
survived.

      *=direct line
*Daniel Ivy Dupree (1830-1899): enlisted Sept.22,1862 at Delhi, 
Louisiana. CSA,11th Battalion La. Infantry,served in medical corps 
(was called "Dr.",after the Civil War) ..was at the Battle of Vicksburg.

V A Stewart Dupree (ca1840-1861)...died in measles epidemic

Francis Newton Dupree (ca1840-1861)...died in measles epidemic

V A Stewart Dupree, (Francis) Newton Dupree, and William Cannon 
(son-in-law) enlisted at Natchitoches Parish, La. and died from 
measles in 1861, while in the army near Delhi, Louisiana.

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(source: Margaret Davis Cate  "Our Todays and Yesterdays" pp 220-222; and from research generously provided by James Blain, Luanne Harper and Donna Dixon Masterson.)

Brunswick Rifles

Roster

Roll at the time or orgnization 28 Oct 1860; mustered 20 May 1861 for 60 days.  At the expiration of this sixty-day term of service, the company was reorganized as Company A, of the 26th Georgia Volunteers and served through the whole four years of the War.

Dupree, E.D

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The following information supplied by
Colonel Speicher
Thank you 
This information is very much appreciated

Subj:	 Dupree's in the Civil War
Date:	4/14/99 8:17:37 AM Central Daylight Time
E-Mail: (Speicher, James COL   SPEICHEJ)
To:	borgite@yahoo.com ('borgite@yahoo.com')

Reference your listing as above.  I have been researching the 11th Battalion
Georgia Light Artillery for several years.  Five soldiers with the surname
Dupree served in that unit.  Those five are listed on page 7 of your list
with information provided by Paul Hickey.  Let me expand on his information:

Dupree, Colquitt C. B.  Enlisted in the Sumter Flying Artillery Battery on
September 10, 1861, as a private at age 19.  On May 23, 1862 the SFA became
Battery A of the battalion.  Killed at Petersburg, Virginia on August 4,
1864.

Dupree James A.  Enlisted in Battery B on March 1, 1862, as a private.  In
October 1864, he reported for detached duty with a musket at Fort Gregg on
the Petersburg Line.  Last muster roll (Jan-Feb 1865) shows him present at
Fort Gregg.  He was captured April 2, 1865, and taken to City Point,
Virginia on April 4.  Subsequently taken to Point Lookout, Maryland and was
released on June 26, 1865.

Dupree, John H.  Enlisted in the Sumter Flying Artillery Battery on
September 10, 1861, as a private at age 18.  On May 23, 1862, the SFA became
Battery A of the battalion.  Detailed as a herdsman for the 3rd Corps
Artillery in January and February 1864.  Last muster roll (Jan-Feb 1865)
shows him present with the battery.

Dupree, John W.  Enlisted in Battery A on July 1, 1862, as a private.
Admitted to Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, Virginia from May 2 through 19,
1863, suffering from debility.  In September 1863, placed on detached
service as butcher and herdsman for 3rd Corps Artillery, Army of Northern
Virginia.  Served in that capacity until November 1864.  Last muster roll
(Jan-Feb 1865) shows him "absent in county collecting tax in kind."

Dupree, Larkin  Enlisted in Battery A on August 27, 1862, as a private at
age 20.  Last muster roll (Jan-Feb 1865) shows him absent on leave of
indulgence.

Colquitt and John W. are brothers and sons of William N. Dupree and Sarah
Covey.  John H. and Larkin are brothers and sons of Herod J. Dupree and
Ptenia Glover.  Both sets are cousins to the others as William and Herod are
brothers.

Hope this information is useful.

Colonel James L. Speicher
Leavenworth, Kansas 
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