The following list is from various State Archives. Asteriks (*)next to names shows that I have copies of military recordsavailable.If you have any correction/additions, or have copies of military records you are willing to share, please let me know.
Asberry B. - 4th Russell's AL Cav., & Co.A, 26th Reg. AL
B.W. - Co.I,1st MS Inf. State Troops
Christopher C.* - Co.I, 20th MS Inf., & Co.I, 15th MS Inf., & Co.H, 37th MS Inf.
D.C.* - Co.e, 20th MS Inf., & Co.G, 9th MS Inf.
Emanuel - Co.H, 1st Batt. MS Inf. State Troops
Francis* - Capt. Renfroe's Texas Vol.State Troops
Howell Joel* - CoK, 5th MS Inf., & 14th MS Inf. (musician)
Isaac Lake - see note at end
James* - Co.B, 9th Arkansas Inf.
James A.* - Co.I, 2oth MS Inf.,& Co.I, 15th MS Inf.,& Co.H, 37th MS Inf.
James Harvey - Co.E, 49th Al Inf.
James Richard* - Co.C, 1st Batt. MS Sharp Shooters,C.S.A. & Co.F, 48th Indiana Inf., U.S. (died in War, Feb. 1865 near Columbia, SC)
James Wesley - Co.E,35th MS Inf.
Joel Holton* - Steed's Batt., MS
Joel Walker - Co.E, 35th MS INf., & 5th MS
John - 4th Russell's AL Cav.
John Monroe - Capt. Stewart's Greene Co., AL Home Guards
John D. - Co.E, 3rd Batt. MS Cav. Res. & Capt. Gillis' Co., MS Cav.
John Thomas* - Capt. Renfroe's Texas Vols. State Troops
John Wesley - Co.D,16th MS Inf.(buried at Jefferson Davis' Veterans Home in Biloxi, MS)
Joseph W.* - Co.E, 49th AL Inf.
Larkin (or Langford H.?) - Co.C, 8th AL Cav.
Langford H.* - Co.E, 35th MS Inf.
Middleton - Capt. Stewart's Greene Co. AL Home Guard
Nathan* - Co.C, 15th Batt. AL P.R., & Co.C, 56th AL P.R., & Co.F, 10th MS Cav. & Co.F, 12th MS INf.
Reuben* - Co.H, 1st Batt.MS State Troops
Stephen - Capt. Stewart's Greene Co.,AL Home Guards
Stephen B. - Co.B, 1st Foote's MS Inf. State Troops
Thomas - Co.A, 26th Reg. AL Inf.,& 4th Russell's Al Cav.
Thomas P.* - Co.G, 31st MS Inf., & Co.G, 37th MS Inf. (died in War, Junly 1864, buried Macon, GA)
W.P. - Co.A, 9th MS Cav.
William Franklin - Co.A, 17th Batt. MS Cav., & Co.A, 9th MS Cav.
William Rice* - Co.C, 1st Batt. MS Sharp Shooters (died in War, 1863)
William Stephen - Co.I, 20th MS Inf., & Co.H, 37th MS INf.
Note: Isaac Lake claimed to have been a member of the Mississippi State Militia and was honored as a Confederate veteran. He even attended the Diamond Reunion held at Gettysburg, VA in July 1938. However, Isaac saw little "action" in the War as he was actually born in 1857 and is listed on the 1860 Census with his parents as being 3 years old. He was 4 years old when the War started and 8 when it ended. However, I'm sure those were exciting times for a young boy, seeing his relatives go off to war, and then listening afterwards to all the menfolks talk about the War. Although he most likely wished very much to have participated in the War, he did not.