CONFEDERATE STUCKEYS IN THE CIVIL WAR

This page is an attempt to identify all of the Stuckeys who fought on the Confederate side in the Civil War. It is (and probably always will be) heavily "under construction". In researching the information on this page many assumtions(and many errors and omissions) have been made. If anyone has any information about Confederate Stuckeys in the Civil War (or about the Stuckey family in general), please contact me. I am anxious to make the information on this page as complete and accurate as possible



Note: All references on this page that mention a soldier being listed in a certain unit refer to "The Roster of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865, Edited by Janet B. Hewett" (unless otherwise noted).


Major References

SOLDIERS WITH UNKNOWN FAMILY HISTORIES

SOLDIERS WITH KNOWN FAMILY HISTORIES


Line of Edmund Stuckey (ca 1745 - 1831) of Sumpter County, SC


Line of John Stuckey (ca 1770 - aft 1840) of Perry/Lawrence/Attala County, MS


Family of Stephen Stuckey (1786- 1847) of Sumter Co., SC (Son of Edmund)

[John Jefferson Stuckey] [Company B, 15th Battalion South Carolina Artillery].

[W.N. Stuckey] [Company H, 1st Alabama Infantry].

Family of William Stuckey (1788-1846) of Sumter County, SC (Son of Edmund)

[Benjamin Nelson Stuckey] [Company E, 4th South Carolina Cavalry].

Company E was from Marlboro. May also have served in Company G, 9th South Carolina Infantry.


Family of Shemian Stuckey (1788-1846) of Sumter County, SC (Son of Edmund)

[William H Stuckey] Listed on a [Muster Roll of Company A] [4th Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)] as a 1st Lieut. (although he is not listed as such in Hewett) He is also listed as a Captain on a muster roll of Company E of the same regiment. These companies were among those which were consolidated with the 2nd Battalion to form the [59th Alabama Infantry]. William H. retired as a Captain on 4/30/1864.

[Thomas P. Stuckey] [Company E, 59th Alabama Infantry] Company E was from Dale County and was formed from part of Company B, 4th Battalion, Hilliard's Legion which split up on Sept. 14, 1862. Thomas enlisted in Hilliard's Legion on Feb.15, 1863 at Skipperville, Ala. He surrendered and was paroled at Lynchburg, VA on April 13, 1865

Family of Starkey Stuckey, ca ?-? (Son of Edmund) of Lafayette County, Arkansas/Dale County, Alabama. (Son of Edmund)

[Nelson H. Stuckey] Son of Starkey. Listed on a [Muster Roll of Company A] [4th Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)] as a 1st Lieut (although he is not listed in Hewett) This company was among those which were consolidated with the 2nd Battalion to form the [59th Alabama Infantry]. Nelson was apparently transferred to Company E. in the 59th as a Sgt.

[Albert J. Stuckey] [Company H., 37th Alabama Infantry]

Family of Tyra J. Stuckey (Son of Starkey, ca 1820 - ?) of Lafayette County, Arkansas

[Henry W. Stuckey]Grandson of Starkey

[Company K, 20th Arkansas Infantry] [Muster Roll]. Henry W. was also in [Company D (Bright Star Rifles)], 4th Arkansas Infantry [Muster Roll]. He may also have been in the 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment, but he is listed there as H.W. Stuckeye.



Family of Hardy Stuckey (1798-1896) of Sumter Co., SC (Son of Edmund)

[Oscar Stuckey] [].

Died in the Civil War(Ancestors & Friends). Unit Unknown. Not listed in Hewett.

[Hardy C. Stuckey] [Company B, 21st Infantry].

Killed at Petersburg(Ancestors & Friends)

[Daniel S. Stuckey] [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry].

Died in the Civil War(Ancestors & Friends)

[E. Worthington Stuckey] [Company B, 21st Infantry].



Family of Howell Stuckey (1798-1896) of Sumter Co., SC (Son of Edmund)

[Wiley D. Stuckey], [Company H, 21th South Carolina Infantry.

[H.G. Stuckey], Son of Wiley D. (listed above), Grandson of Howell [Company H, 21th South Carolina Infantry.


[Anderson Stuckey] [Company J 14th South Carolina (Gregg's) Infantry] and s [Company D,G 7th Battalion (Enfield Rifles)South Carolina Infantry]and .


[E.L. Stuckey] [Company G,K 3rd Light Attilery (Palmetto's)].


[John .R. Stuckey] [].

Killed in battle in VA. Unit Unknown. Not listed in Hewett.

[Jasper E. Stuckey] [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry].

Died as a POW in camp Chase, Ohio

[A. Furman Stuckey] Wounded several times.

Company C, 6th South Carolina Infantry Battalion [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry]


[Christopher C.Stuckey] Company C, 6th South Carolina Infantry Battalionkilled in action 14 Sep 1862, Boonesboro/South Mountain, MD. (Broken Fortunes, Kirkland). May also have served in Company F., 9th South Carolina Infantry but no information has been found on that unit.


[F. Franklin Stuckey] [].

Killed in battle. Unit Unknown. Not listed in Hewett.

Family of Alexander N. Stuckey(Son of Stephen, 1807 - ?) of Darlington Co., SC

[Alexander Fairchild Stuckey], Sergeant [Company A, 14th South Carolina Infantry. Wounded at the battle of The Wilderness

Note there were several other Stuckeys in this unit; Capt. Charles M. Stuckey, Private J. W. Stuckey

Family of Daniel Stuckey (1792-1882) of Lauderdale County, MS/Grimes County, TX (Son of John)

[John Stuckey] [Company D. Barne's Regiment Texas Cavalry]

[Daniel B. Stuckey] [Confederate Marker on Headstone. No information as to unit. Not listed by Hewett]

[Prew Benson Stuckey] [16th Texas Infantry, Company C]

[Robert Stuckey] [Company C, 5th Texas Cavalry]

[Loderick Stuckey] [Company C, 5th Texas Cavalry]

[Simon W. Stuckey] Hewett lists Simon W. Stuckey in LA Cav., Lott's Co. (Carroll Dragoons). There was a Louisiana Cavalry unit called Lott's Company (Carroll Dragoons). There was also a Mississippi unit called the Carroll Dragoons from (Surprise!!) Carroll Co., MS. This unit was also called [Co. B, 2nd Battalion Partisan Rangers]. An S. Williams Stuckey was listed by Hewett in this unit. S.W. Stuckey's headstone in Lauderdale Co. ,MS gives his unit as the 3rd Louisiana Infantry.

[Pad Stuckey] Hewett lists a P. Stuckey in the 5th Mississippi Calvary, Company I.Could this be Pad?

More details about Daniel Stuckey's family in the Civil War(Mike Stuckey's "Stuckey Site")

Family of John Stuckey (1793-?) of Covington County, MS (Son of John)

[Wright Stuckey] Conscript - Lived Rankin County, MS in 1860. Unit Unknown. [Patton's Army of 10,000]

[Jackson Stuckey] [Company A, 3rd Mississippi Infantry Battalion]

[Elisha Stuckey] [46th Mississippi Infantry Battalion, Company B (Capt. Mcgee's Company)] From Covington County

[Enoch Wright Stuckey] [38th Mississippi Mounted Infantry]Not listed by Hewett. Enoch's headstone say's the 38th was a cavalry unit.

Family of Simon Stuckey (1803 - ?) of Lawrence County (Son of John)

[Daniel Stuckey] [1st Mississippi Infantry Battalion (State Troops), Company F](12 mo. 1862-1863)

[John G. Stuckey] 1st Mississippi Infantry Battalion (State Troops), Company F](12 mo. 1862-1863)

[Robert Brice Stuckey] [7th Mississippi Infantry, Company G]

[E.D. Stuckey] {}

Family of William Stuckey (1806 - 1846) of Attala County (Son of John)

[William Newland Stuckey] [1st Mississipi (King's) Infantry Regiment (State Troops), Comapny H.]

[David N. Stuckey] [40th Mississippi Infantry, Company D]

........ [1st Mississipi (King's) Infantry Regiment (State Troops), Comapny I.]

........ [Mississipi Roger's Company]

[John W. Stuckey] [40th Mississippi Infantry, Company D]

[S.P. Stuckey] [40th Mississippi Infantry, Company D]

[P.R. Stuckey] [30th Mississippi Infantry, Company D]


Family of Edmund Stuckey (1808 - ?) of Attala County (Son of John)

[Edmond Stuckey] In January of 1862, Edmund Stuckey joined Company the 1st Light Mississippi Artillary, Company L. Read more about Edmund in the Civil War(Mike Stuckey's "Stuckey Site")Edmund was discharged form the above unit on 8/7/1862. Edmund then joined Company F of The 1st (King's) Mississippi Infantry (State Troops)

[Robert D. Stuckey]

F. 13th Mississipi Infantry, Comapny I.

[Elam W.Stuckey] Connection to civilian life still needs to be made. [1st Light Mississippi Artillary, Company H]


The families of William Stuckey and Edmund Stuckey accounted for every male Stuckey over the age of 17 who appears on the 1860 census of Attala County, MS. All of them fought in the Civil War in one unit or another.

Line Unknown

Family of Jackson Stuckey (ca 1821 - ca 1893) of Saline County, Arkansas

[Calvin Stuckey] Grandson of Starkey

[William Stuckey] Grandson of Starkey

[James Dalton] Grandson of Starkey

Both Calvin and William were Privates in [Company A, 11th Arkansas Infantry]& then later in [Company A, 11th & 17th Consolidated Infantry]

James was a Private in [Company H, 18th Arkansas Infantry] They all appear on a [Muster Roll of the 18th Akansas Infantry]

After the infantry, Calvin, William, and James Dalton all served in Poe's Cavalry Battalion from its formation to the end of the war. While in Poe's Battalion, Calvin was promoted to Sgt. Read about the Stuckey brothers exploits in the Civil War.

Family of Edmund Stuckey (1797 - 1858) of Marion County, Alabama

[Enoch Samuel Stuckey] 1st Liet. KIA at Peachtree Creek on July 20, 1864.

[Eli Stuckey] Private. Died of Typhoid, Staunton Hosp. 10/15/1862 (age 22).

[Joseph H. Stuckey] Private. Wounded at Gettysburg. Present at Andersonville.

[Joshua Stuckey]Private.

[James H. Stuckey] at battle of Iuka, MS.

All of the above were brothers and were listed on the [Muster Roll (and brief summary of war record)] [Company B, Alabama 26th Infantry (O'Neal's)]

James H. and Joshua were also privates in Comapny I and Eli was a private in Conpany F of the [42nd Alabama Infantry]. Eli may also have served in the 1st Confederate Infantry Battalion, 2nd Regiment, Company H.

Family of Owen Stuckey (ca 1808 - 1889) of Barbour County, Alabama

[Benjamin Frank Stuckey] - Private, listed on a [Muster Roll] [Muster Roll 2] of [Company G or K, 29th Alabama Infantry]. [Lewis H. Stuckey] - He is listed in Company F, 1st Alabama Infantry [Marshall H. Stuckey] - Private, listed on a Muster Roll of [Company K, 29th Infantry.]


Family of William Mallard Stuckey (ca 1798 - ?) of Cado Parish. LA

[Lewis B. Stuckey] [21st (McRae's) Arkansas Infantry Regiment] also known as the 15th (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry; Hobb's-Boone's Infantry Regiment This unit was captured, paroled, and disbanded after the fall of Vicksburg. [The 36th Arkansas Infantry] was being formed about the same and Lewis B. is listed as being part of that unit. [William W. Stuckey] [Company D (Bright Star Rifles), 4th Arkansas Infantry],(with Henry W. Stuckey, Son of Tyre J.)


Family of O.F Stuckey (ca 1821 - ca 1893) of Pulaski County, Arkansas (The only member of O.F Stuckey's family to serve was O.F. himself. According to census records, he was born in Indiana.)

[O. F. Stuckey] - Corporal in the Peyton Rifles of. Borland's Regiment (includes Muster Roll). This unit lasted for 10 days from 4/20/1861 - 4/30/1861 when it was disbanded,O.F. re-entered the service in 6/1861 by joining the Company A, 6th Arkansas Infantry. His company was called the Capitol Guards mustered in at Little Rock. O.F declined to transfer from State to Confederate service at Pocahontas in July 1861 and was subsequently discharged. O.F rejoined the service again in the 22nd Arkansas Infantry which was renamed the 20th Arkansas Infantry. O.F was 1st Sgt. in the 20th. [Muster Roll].


Family of Augustus Stuckey (ca 1830 - ?) of Walton Co., Florida (The only kmown member of Augustus Stuckey's family to serve was Augustus himself.

[Augustus Stuckey] - Sgt; [Company D, 3rd Battalion Florida Cavalry]. This unit was originally W.B. Amos Partison Rangers. [Company I, 15th Confederate Cavalry]


Family of Alexander Stuckey (ca 1821 - ?) of Wilkinson County, Georgia (Alexander himself served along with some of his sons.)

[Alexander Stuckey] - Brevit 2nd Lieut. - Company H [6th Georgia Infantry] State Guards.

[Daniel S. Stuckey] [Company D. 63rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry].

[Jackson Stuckey] [Company D. 63rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry].


Family of Lewis and Dorcas Noland Stuckey of Conecuh and Pickens Counties, Alabama

[James Lewis Stuckey(1842-1884)] [Company G, 40th Alabama Volunteer Infantry] No information has been found on Company G. of this unit

James enlisted April 1862 at Demopolis, AL. Surrendered and paroled at Vicksburg in July 1863. Captured at Big Shanty, GA in June 1864 and paroled from Rock Island POW camp in Illinois on 22 June 1865. James died in 1884. His widow applied for a Confederate veteran's pension in 1903, listing as assets 40 acres of land appraised at $1 per acre; one 2-room house with a front gallery ($20); and household goods, kitchenware, and 5 cows worth $20, for a total value of $80.

[John J. Stuckey(1833-Nov 24, 1863)] [Company G, 40th Alabama Volunteer Infantry] No information has been found on Company G. of this unit

Enlisted at Bethany Church in Demopolis. John was probably KIA at Lookout Mountain, TN. A member of his company, Grant Taylor, in a letter to his wife following the battles at Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge wrote...

"Marietta Ga Nov 28th 1863
Dear Malinda, ...Well, Malinda, the great battle of Chattanooga has been fought and lost...and John Stuckey is missing..."

Another letter, from Grant to Malinda dated 2 Dec 1863...
"Beloved wife and children, ...my company lost...2 killed dead, five wounded, 2 severely, one missing and 8 prisoners...and John Stuckey is missing. I fear he was killed."

[William David Stuckey(1835-1873)] [Company G, 40th Alabama Volunteer Infantry] No information has been found on Company G. of this unit

William enlisted as a Sgt on March 1862 at Bethany Church for '3 years or war'. Surrendered with garrison at Vicksburg and paroled on 9 Jul 1863. Listed as AWOL from 23 August to 1 October and reduced in rank. On 15 May 1864 at Resaca, GA, the 40th Alabama was on the far right of the Confederate line, anchored on the Oostanaula River. During the Union assault, William suffered a severe wound in the right kneecap requiring amputation below the knee. Infection later set in, and the remainder of his leg had to be removed at the hip. William spent five months recuperating in hospitals in MS and AL. In 1867, the state of Alabama authorized the issuance of artificial limbs for its veterans and William received an artificial leg at a cost to the state of $70. He died a few months before his 38th birthday, leaving a widow and seven children. Sallie, his wife, applied for a pension in 1898, listing the value of her taxable property as "nothing." She owned 2 cows valued at $15 and household goods worth $20. Neither William or Sallie ever learned to read or write.



Parentage Unknown


ALABAMA/FLORIDA

[W.D.A.N. STUCKEY] [Company C, 4th Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)]. Also known as the Barbour Light Artillery. Organized at Eufaula in April 1862, it soon became an independent artillery company (Kolb's Battery). It fought in the various battles of the Army of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Atlanta then under Gen'l Hood's in Tennessee.
[John J. Stuckey] Listed in two separate Companies in the same unit. [Companies B & E, 4th Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)]. Company C. of the 4th Battalion was detached and became Kolb's Battery. The rest was consolidated with the 2nd infantry Battalion and became the 59th Alabama infantry. John J. must have transferred to company C, at some point because he is listed in Kolb's Battery.
[John L.] - Vol. Corporal. [1st Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)]
[O. H. Stuckey] Listed on a [Muster Roll] of [Company A & D, 4th Battalion (Hilliard's Legion)] An O. H. Stuckey is also in Company H of the [59th Alabama Infantry].
[G.W. Stuckey] [Company H, 2nd Alabama Cavalry].
[James M. Stuckey] [Companies G & C, 1st Alabama Infantry]
[Milton L. (Buck) Stuckey] [Company E, 4th Alabama Infantry]. [Muster Roll]. Wounded, 2nd Manassas; KIA, Darbytown Rd., Sept '64.
[James W, Stuckey] [Company E, 4th Alabama Infantry]. [Muster Roll]. Recruited 11/1861.
[John M. Stuckey] [Company E., 4th Alabama Infantry]. [Muster Roll] [Muster Roll2]

(Not listed in Hewett). Wounded. Place unknown. Survived the war. This unit was from Conecuh County.


[J.Q. Stuckey] [Company C, 17th Alabama Infantry]. Organized in 8/1861 at Montgpomery, Ala with men from Coosa, Lounds, Montgomery, Pike, Randolph, Monroe, Butler,and Russell Counties. Fought at Shiloh, Franklin, Peach Tree Creek, & Nashville.
[Edward Campbell (C.S) Stuckey] - Private [Company K, 29th Alabama Infantry]. [Muster Roll]. Died of disease at home on sick furlough Nov 16, 1862.
[James Stuckey] Private [Company D, 10th Florida Infantry] [Muster Roll]
[John Stuckey] - Private [Company D, 11th Florida Infantry] [Muster Roll], Killed. [John Stuckey] - Not listed in Hewett. Originally files under Starkey, J.B. [Company D,E,B 36th Alabama Infantry]



ARKANSAS


[C.L. Stuckey] [Company K, 20th Arkansas Infantry], (with Henry W. Stuckey, Son of Tyre J.)




GEORGIA


[S. Stuckey] [Company D. 63rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry].
[James Stuckey] [Company D, 18th Georgia Infantry]
[William Stuckey] [Company A, 45th Georgia Infantry]
Family of William N. Stuckey (ca 1820 - ?) of Taylor County, Georgia

[William Stuckey - Sgt [Co H 12th (Robinson's) Georgia Cavalry] This unit was from Taylor County, Georgia.


[Dennis B. Stuckey] HREF=" [Company G. 6th Georgia Infantry] [Muster Roll]. This Company was from Taylor County, Georgia.

. Paroled at Thomasville, NC, 5/1/1865. Dennis may also have been in the 1st Battalion Georgia Calvary(Mckinney's Company). Hewett lists a Denis Stuckey in that unit, but no information can be found on that unit.
Family of Howell Stuckey (ca 1820 - ?) of Taylor County, Georgia (The only member of Howell's family to serve was Howell himself)

[Howell Stuckey] Private, [Company I, 3rd Georgia Infantry] also known as the Caswell Guards (previously the Wilkinson Invincibles) from Wilkenson County. Captured, Manassas Gap, Virginia, July 23, 1863. Took oath of allegiance to U. S. Govt. at Point Lookout, Maryland, U. S. service 2/19/1864.
Family of Nelson Stuckey (ca 1821 - ?) of Wilkinson County, Georgia (Nelson himself was the only member of this famnily to serve.)

[Nelson Stuckey - 1st Sgt. - Company A [6th Georgia Infantry(State Guards)] No information has been found about this unit.


Family of Alison Stuckey(ca 1834 - 1863) of Wilkinson County, Georgia (Alison himself was the only member of this famnily to serve.)

[Allison Stuckey] - Became 2nd Sergeant in Co. H, 2nd Regiment, 1st Brigade, GA State Troops on 10/11/1861. Mustered out 4/1862. Enlisted as a private in Co. D, 57th Regiment GA Inf. on 5/3/1862. Became 1st Corporal and was wounded in knee at Bakerís Creek, Mississippi on 5/16/1863. Died 5/29/1863.


Family of William A. Stuckey(ca 1840 - 1863) of Wilkinson County, Georgia (William himself was the only member of this famnily to serve.)

[William A. Stuckey] [Company D, 57th Georgia Infantry] [Muster Roll]

Enlisted in Co. H, 2nd Regiment, 1st Brigade, GA State Troops on 10/11/1861. Mustered out in 4/1862. Enlisted in Co. D, 57th Regiment GA Inf. on 5/3/1862. Died while home on furlough in 1863.
Family of John Stuckey(ca 1824 - ?) of Wilkinson County, Georgia (John himself served along with at least one son.)

[J.Z. Stuckey] - [Company F, Second Regiment Georgia State Line] [Company F, Second Regiment Georgia State Line] [Wilkinson County "Georgia Rangers"] [Muster Roll]

[James Stuckey] [Company D. 63rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry].

MISSISSIPPI/LOUISIANA/TEXAS


Family Connection has yet to be made

[John Z.} - Corporal - [Company D, 4th Louisiana Cavalry] Connection to civilian life still needs to be made.



[Anderson M. Stuckey Private [Company I (Gray's), 28th Louisiana Infantry.]


[John R. Stuckey was in [Company f, 48th Mississippi Infantry.] [John W. Stuckey was in [Company H, 31th Louisiana Infantry.] [Lewis Stuckey was in [Company B, 9th Battalion Louisiana Infantry.] [W.E. Stuckey] [Company A, 3rd Mississippi Infantry(A. of 10,000)] No information has been found about this unit.


[William Stuckey] [Company A, 1st Mississippi Cavalry Reserves.] No information has been found about this unit.
[William E. Stuckey] [Company H, 42nd Mississippi Infantry] No information has been found about this unit
[W, P. Stuckey] [Company G, 6th Mississippi Infantry]Company G probably came from Copiah County, MS. No further information has been found about this unit.
[R Stuckey] [Company G, 2nd Texas Infantry]No Information has been found about this unit.
[E.C Stuckey] [Company D, 19th Texas Infantry] No information has been found about this unit
[John M. Stuckey]Corporal, [Company D, 19th Texas Infantry]No information has been found about this unit
[S.B. Stuckey]Corporal, [Company B, 4th Mississippi Calvary]No information has been found about this unit



NORTH CAROLINA


[William H. Stuckey] [Company F, 1st Artillery (10th State Troops)]At this time it is unknown who William H. Stuckey was. No further information has been found about his Civil War unit


[William J. Stuckey] [Company C, 1st NOrth Carolina Infantry]At this time it is unknown who William J. Stuckey was. No further information has been found about his Civil War unit


[William H. Stuckey] [Davis' Company, Clarks Special Battalion, North Carolina Militia]At this time it is unknown who William H. Stuckey was. No further information has been found about his Civil War unit




SOUTH CAROLINA


[J.J Stuckey] [Company B, 15th Battalion South Carolina Artillery].


[E.L Stuckey] [Company C, 2nd Battalion(Manigault's) South Carolina Artillery].


[J.J Stuckey] [Company C, 2nd Battalion(Manigault's) South Carolina Artillery].


[E.L. Stuckey] [Company G,K 3rd Light Attilery (Palmetto's)].


[J.N. Stuckey] [Melcher's Company, German Artillery].


[B.N. Stuckey] [Company C, 12th Battalion South Carolina Cavalry].


[C.M. Stuckey] [Company I, 6th South Carolina Cavalry].


[C.M. Stuckey] [Company B, 1st South Infantry].


[J.C. Stuckey] [Company H, 1st South Infantry].



[John W. Stuckey], Private [Company A, 14th South Carolina Infantry.

Wounded at Gettsbutg. Note: there were several other Stuckeys in this unit; Capt. Charles M. Stuckey, Sergeant Alexander Fairchild Stuckey
[Charles M. Stuckey], Private [Company I, 14th South Carolina Infantry.

Note there were several other Stuckeys in this unit; Private John W. Stuckey, Sergeant Alexanfer Fairchild Stuckey

[Andrew Nelson Stuckey], Private [Company A, 14th South Carolina Infantry.

From Abbeville County

[Thomas J. Stuckey], Private [Company A, 14th South Carolina Infantry.

From Abbeville County

[A. F. Stuckey], Private [Company A, 14th South Carolina Infantry.

From Abbeville County

[A. Stuckey], Private [Company N, 1st South Carolina Infantry.

From Abbeville County

[J.H. Stuckey] [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry].


[John J. Stuckey] [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry].


[W. C. Stuckey] [Company E. 19th South Carolina Infantry].




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