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Andrew Jackson Beardain
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Private
Company I
Mississippi Defenders
33rd Mississippi Infantry
Confederate States
Civil War

Confederate Veteran (used by permission of The Flag Guys )

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Confederate Private (not Andrew Jackson Bearden)
Andrew Jackson Beardain
14 March 1820
9 November 1895

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  Seal of Mississippi


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Cemetery marker
Military Record
33rd Mississippi Infantry

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Cemetery marker
Chapel Hill Cemetery
Pope, Panola County MS

Andrew Jackson Bearden (Beardain)

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Military Record
source: Civil War Soldiers And Sailors System
www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/index.html

Confederate soldiers

A. Jackson Beardon

Regiment Name: 33 Mississippi Infantry
Side: Confederate
Company:  I
Soldier's Rank In: Private
Soldier's Rank Out: Private

Please visit the Biographies page of the 33rd Mississippi Infantry for a short biography.

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Commanders
source:  33rd Mississippi
home.att.net/~captnerdo/33rd.htm
source:  Mississippi 33rd Infantry Regiment
www.researchonline.net/mscw/unit1.htm
source: Civil War Soldiers And Sailors System
www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/regiments.htm
Confederate officer

Colonel Aaron B. Hardcastle
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Charlton
Major Theodore A. Jones

Captain William B. Johnson
1st Lieutenant William B. Hall
1st Lieutenant R. H. Crozier
2nd Lieutenant Robert H. Crozier
2nd Lieutenant C. E. Stephen
3rd Lieutenant C. Eugene Stephen
3rd Lieutenant Samuel Brown

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33rd Mississippi Infantry
Mississippi Defenders
source: Civil War Soldiers And Sailors System
www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/regiments.htm
source:  33rd Mississippi Infantry
www.angelfire.com/ms3/davidg33
Confederate soldier

7 Mar 1862

Organized at Eureka MS
June 1862 Stationed at Grenada
Mar-Apr 1863 Delta Campaign at Deer Cree, Rolling Fork, and Ft. Pemberton
16 May 1863 At Champion Hill (Vicksburg) but not actively engaged
July 1863 Second Battle of Jackson
Feb 1864 Fell back to Demopolis AL following unsuccessful attempt to stop Gen. William T. Sherman
Spring 1864 Marched to Montevallo AL
19-31 May 1864 Engaged in Atlanta Campaign
12-27 June 1864 Engaged at Kennesaw Mountain GA
20 Jul 1864 Disastrous "Hood's First Sortie" at Peachtree Creek GA; 33rd battle flag lost to the enemy
30 Nov 1864 Battle of Franklin; 33rd battle flag lost to the enemy a second time
15 Dec 1864 Battle of Nashville
5-9 Jan 1865 Moved to Tupelo MS
Feb 1865 Ordered to Carolinas, transported by rail to Augusta GA
25 Feb 1865 Marched to Newberry SC
19-21 Mar 1865 Battle of Bentonville NC
Apr 1865 Became 22nd Mississippi Regiment
18  Apr 1865 Hostilities ended
26 Apr 1865 Surrendered near Durham Station NC; paroled at Greensboro NC

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