Crawford Guards – Moscogee County Georgia

JOAN JONES, Captain.
R. G. MITCHELL, 1st Lieutenant.
J. S. DISMUKES, 2d Lieutenant.
T. SCHOONMAKER, 1st Sergeant.
H. S. TISDALE, 2d Sergeant.
A. M. SAULS, 3d Sergeant.
D. A. WINN, 4th Sergeant..
JOHN MAY, 1st Corporal.
JOHN LOCHABY, 2d Corporal.
JAS. B. WELLS, 3d Corporal.
N. J. PEABODY, 4th Corporal.


Matthew Allen
William Barbarce
Charles L. Bass
J. R. Beck
Tryon Best
A. Blake
Wesley R. Bradford
Joshua Canter
Thomas Carter
Edmond Christian
Reuben T. Clayborne
Richard C. Clarke
Daniel Crane
W. G. Cunningham
John H. Davis
John C. Davis
W. C. H. Doyle
David B. Edwards
Theophilus Fowler
George W. Farrar
Samuel D. Gamble
William B. Garratt
Calvin Going
John Hancock
Sterling E. Hannah
John R. Hall
Richard W. Hinton
Robert H. Hood
Matthew A. Hubert
David Huson
Joseph T. Hyde
Cader C. Knowles
Moses Land
Arthur Lawrence
John Leigh
John Magner
Elijah Martin
Patrick McCabe
John R. McCorkle
Hezekiah McGraw
William Misenheimer
William Moody
Martin Mooney
James Moran
Andrew L. Mott
Patrick O’Haire
Gustavus A. Palmer
William B. Parker
Joseph Perdue
James Pettitt
Elbert Presly
Mitchell Ralston
Harvey Rice
Thomas R. Robinson
Milton Rose
Thomas J. Salter
Christopher Salvo
Allen W. Sanders
William Slaught
Abner Smith
Thomas J. Stockton
John Sullivan
Coleman B. Tait
Samuel L. Taylor
William H. Tillotson
John F. Turner
James Welden
Thomas White
Uriah Williams
T. H. Wooten

William M. Champion
Joseph T. Hodson

MLA Source Citation: Georgia Volunteers for the War with Mexico. Web. 29 January 2015. - Last updated on Feb 21st, 2013

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    1. weaverk9
      2:44 pm on August 8th, 2014

    Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park, a National Park Service unit, preserves the site of the first battle of the U.S.-Mexican War. To help visitors research their ancestry and to honor the War veterans, Palo Alto is creating an online soldier database.

    The database will be free and available on the park website at At this time Palo Alto is gathering information to create a searchable database.

    Does anyone have any electronic records on the Crawford Guards? Any information provided will be credited as you specify.

    Thank you,

    Karen Weaver
    Outreach Coordinator
    Palo Alto Battlefield NHP

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