Captain John Ward Bagby. Co H. 3rd & the3rd & 5th combined, MO. Inf. C.S.A. Enlisted in Springfield, MO. on 1-1 to15-1862. Having been in the Mexican War he was elected to 1st Lt. on January 16-1862. In battle of Elk horn, Ark. Pea Ridge With sterling Price at Farmington MS. was wounded in Thigh. Elected to Captain May 8 -1862. After the Battles of Iuka & Corinth, MS. he was wounded & out of action for most of 1863. He was assigned to Court Marshall duty during & after Talladega , Ala. & after war ending 1865. Ref: CSR. Corrections & additions Oct.28-1862 On roster of Bowens Div 3rd Inf. Reg. Co H. Dec. 19-1862 Unable to report to duty (Affection of Kidney) at Camp Rogers Miss. Camp Richard? Feb. 5th tell Aug. Disease of kidney. Absent with leave. Nov. 1863 on Roster of 3rd& 5th Inf. of Cockrell, CO. D. received several pay vochers , present in May & June of 64 . July & Au reported sick. I haven't found how or why he is involved in court marshal duty at end of war, as written in Narlie Bagby's writings. James M. Bagby.
John started helping his uncle William Bagby in building & repairing wagons, carpentry, had general mercantile store & farm in Trenton, MO. Grundy , CO .after Mexican war. After Civil war, he lost all so he returned to Roanoke, MO. He was involved in law. mortuary, insurance. In Mexican War,1846 to 1848 He served in Captain John Smith's Company. In 1860 census a Susan F. Tomlinson was living in household in Trenton MO. Perlina Bagby (black) also, on later census in MO. James Terrill & wife Susan are on Grundy CO Censua also. Court records: Guardian's John Bagby. THH March 4th.1880 ?? If you are a decedent from John Ward Bagby, please contact me.
More About John Ward Bagby: Burial: Roanoke Cemetery. Occupation: Attorney ..
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