I wonder if it was accepted?
I'm starting to notice something...a lot of these men are showing up on registers for different groups. For instance, Sgt. B.F. Stokes is listed as a Sgt. Co. A, Cow Cav, also on the 5th Florida Rangers, and Ludlow's Co. and all with the same rank. This leaves me wondering if Capt. Ludlow did not perhaps succeed Capt. Faulkner is command at some point. (I have not yet seen a the actual name of Ludlow's company other than that--Ludlow's. I suppose is possible that it was Co. A...later on.) All in all, it's a bit confusing; particularly as I would like to construct these rosters as accurately as possible.
Wow...Capt. William B. Watson got shipped all the way to Washington D.C. after his capture (or surrender)!! The Yankee's must have considered him an important man!
Wilcox's 2nd Lt. L.A. Whittier was transferred (I'm guessing to) the 4th Ga. Cav. January 18, 1865. Interesting little tidbits of information...
James K. Williams, 5'2" and a red-head. Wonder if this blue-eyed fella was an Irishman? :)
Doing back-up research on names...George W. Hendry, Ft. Meade...was in Co. E, 7th FL Infantry Reg. That's the same one my g-g-uncle and half-uncles were in!! (I'm hazarding a guess that this is the Captain Hendry's brother George Washington Hendry.)
Um, so in the middle of my research they decide that now is the time to do an update to the website!! Crash goes Fold3 research for the day.
However, I was just looking at ANOTHER George W. Hendry...who, due to the signature...may actually be the Cow Cav's G.W.H. If so, he was in the 9th Fl. Inf. and enlisted in Tampa. Could be a second enlistment though...which is why I wanted to go back and look at the G.W.H. in the 7th Fl. Inf. Guess I know what I'll be at a later date. :) (I tell you...this research is A-D-D-I-C-T-I-N-G.)
Off to go wash the dishes and make bread. (Squash based. ;D)