Grave of Arthur Lewis
Wounded in the fight at St.
Luke's Churchyard, Lewis
died two days later and was
buried at Riverside Cemetery.
S.C.V. Monument
This monument at Riverside
Cemetery in Marianna was
placed by the Theophilus
West, M.D., Camp 1346, Sons
of Confederate Veterans. The
organization has undertaken
an ambitious project to mark
the graves of Confederate
soldiers and restore burial
grounds throughout Jackson
County.
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Grave of Lieutenant Adams
A small United States flag
marks the fading tombstone
of Lieutenant Isaac Adams of
the 2nd Maine Cavalry. The
lieutenant was mortally
wounded during the Battle of
Marianna. He and the other
Union died were buried at
Riverside Cemetery, but have
since been moved to
Barrancas National Cemetery
in Penacola. His headstone
remains.
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Confederate Casualties

Killed or Mortally Wounded

Henry O. Bassett, Captain - Company E, 6th Florida Infantry (Marianna Home Guard)
James H. Brett - Marianna Home Guard
John C. Carter - Company E, 6th Florida Infantry (Marianna Home Guard)
M.N. Dickson - Marianna Home Guard
Arthur Lewis - Norwood's Marianna Home Guard
Woodbury "Woody" Nickels - Norwood's Marianna Home Guard
Solomon Sullivan - Norwood's Marianna Home Guard
Francis "Frank" Allen - Greenwood Club Cavalry
M.A. Butler, Lieutenant - Greenwood Club Cavalry
Littleton Myrick - Company B, 15th Confederate Cavalry


Wounded

Thomas Baltzwell - Marianna Home Guard
A.F. Blount, Lieutenant - Marianna Home Guard
Samuel Bosworth - Campbellton Cavalry
John Chason - Marianna Home Guard
John Davis, Sr. - Marianna Home Guard
John J. Dickson - Greenwood Club Cavalry
Peyton Gwin - Marianna Home Guard
Thaddeus W. Hentz - Marianna Home Guard
Isaac King - Company B, 15th Confederate Cavalry
R.C.B. Lawrence - Marianna Home Guard
Adam McNealy - Marianna Home Guard
William McPherson, Lieutenant - Company G, 5th Florida Cavalry
William Mathews - Campbellton Cavalry
Oliver Sellers - George Robinson's Jackson County Home Guards
C.N. Sheats - Chisolm's Company, Alabama State Militia
W.N.W. Shiver - Poe's Battalion, 1st Florida Reserves



Union Casualties

Killed or Mortally Wounded

Isaac Adams, Lieutenant - Company M, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Ellis Ayer, Lieutenant - Company I, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Ansel Brackett - Company F, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Silas Campbell - Company E, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Thomas A. Davis - Company J, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Nicholas Francis - Company E, 82nd U.S. Colored Infantry
David C. Whitney - Company F, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Mahlon M. Young, Captain - Company H, 7th Vermont Infantry (Volunteer Staff Member)


Wounded

Joshuah R. Adams - Company M, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Alexander Asboth, Brigadier General
Isaac Anderson - Company C, 86th U.S. Colored Infantry
James Breckenridge - Company C, 86th U.S. Colored Infantry
Elisha E. Clark - Company L, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Charles Clough, Jr. - Company L, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Nathan Cutler, Major - 2nd Maine Cavalry
Orrin Evans - Company L, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Eben Hutchinson, Major - 2nd Maine Cavalry
Solomon Johnson - Company C, 86th U.S. Colored Infantry
Samford Pendleton - Company E, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Luthor Pollard - Company G, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Lyman W. Rowley, Lieutenant - Company B, 1st Florida U.S. Cavalry
Samuel Stoddard, Jr. - Company F, 2nd Maine Cavalry
Three Unknown Members - 2nd Maine Cavalry
Two Unknown members - 82nd U.S. Colored Infantry