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Capt Felix Randolph Robertson, Jr
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Birth: 1827
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Jul. 10, 1862
Arkansas, USA

He was a Confederate War veteran and served as Captain of Company E, 18th Arkansas Infantry Regiment.

Company E "Arkansas Rifles" This company was organized at DeWitt, Arkansas county, Arkansas, on February 24, 1862, with the election of Felix R. Robertson, captain; Simon Rice, first lieutenant; James J. Gillcoat, second lieutenant; and Charles J. Miller, third lieutenant.

Captain Robertson left the company because of illness, and was succeeded by Simon Rice (killed in action at Corinth), then Charles J. Miller, who remained in command of the company until the surrender at Port Hudson.

At least sixteen men of Company E died in the measles epidemic of the Spring of 1862. In June, 1862, five of its members were transferred to the newly organized 12th Arkansas Battalion (Sharpshooters).

Company E suffered nineteen casualties at the Battle of Corinth, and surrendered with 21 men at Port Hudson, Louisiana. A total of 87 men are known to have served in Company E.

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Married Mary McKenzie in 1848 in AR.

Children of Felix and Mary Robertson:

James H Robertson 1849 1932
Mary Lydia Robertson Roche 1851 1913
Family links: 
  Felix Randolph Robertson (1781 - 1865)
  Lydia Waters Robertson (1788 - 1832)
  Mary McKenzie Robertson (1835 - 1891)
  James Houston Robertson (1849 - 1932)*
  Mary Lydia Robertson Roche (1851 - 1913)*
  James Waters Robertson (1812 - 1836)*
  Elizabeth Anderson Robertson Smith (1813 - 1891)*
  Mary Jordan Robertson Sullivan (1816 - 1871)*
  Eleanora Reeves Robertson Hennen (1818 - 1880)*
  John E Beck Robertson (1820 - 1863)*
  Felix Randolph Robertson (1827 - 1862)
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Jack Mitchell
Record added: Oct 08, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118401348

- quebecoise
 Added: Jul. 31, 2015
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 10, 2015
Thank you for your service to our country and thank you for my freedom.
- YankeeGraver
 Added: Aug. 26, 2014
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