|Birth: ||Feb. 10, 1838|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 1910|
Civil War - Co. H, 30th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Rogan's Arkansas Cavalry - C.S.A.
Appears on a Muster and Descriptive Roll of prisoners of war belonging to the Army of the northern Sub-District of Arkansas, and surrendered on the 11th day of May, 1865, by Brigadier General Meriwether Jeff Thompson, C.S.A., commanding said Army, to Major General G. M. Dodge, U.S.A., commanding Department of the Missouri.
Paroled at Wittsburg, Arkansas, May 25, 1865.
Where enlisted - Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Age - 24 Years, Eyes - Gray, Hair - Black.
Complexion - Fair, Height - Six Feet.
Where Born - Georgia.
Card Number - #44184813.
National Archive - Microfilm #317 - Roll - #200.
30th Arkansas Infantry Regiment - Organized, June 18, 1862, assigned to McRae's Brigade, Hindman's Division, January through February of, 1863. Reassigned to Tappan's Brigade under MG. Sterling Price, April, 1863, where the regiment fought in the Battle of Helena and, in the defense of Little Rock on September 10, 1863. Retreated, into southwestern Arkansas, where the regiment was consoldated with the 32nd Arkansas Infantry, December, 1863. Fought throughout the Camden Campaign and, at Jenkins Ferry, April 30, 1864. Consolidated again with Dawson's Infantry Regiment, April, 1864. Remained in service in southwestern Arkansas until surrendered with MG Kirby Smith's Army on May 26, 1865.
Officers - Col. Archibald J. McNeill.
Field Officers - Lt. Col. Casten W. Baldwin, Maj. Paul M. Cobbs, Maj. Martin Dawson, Lt. Col. Robert A. Hart, Maj. Joseph C. Martin, Maj. James W. Rogan.
Known as - 39th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, & 5th Trans-Mississippi Infantry Regiment.
Husband of - Martha Jane Robinson Canamore.
Married - 1864.
Elizabeth Jane Steadum Leach Canamore.
Married - September 27, 1893, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Mary Alzina Slatton Edwards Canamore.
Married - August 15, 1899, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Physical Description - Complexion - Fair - Black Hair - Blue eyes, Height - 6' - Strong & very hard worker.
Residence - CC-953, Farm - Brookland, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Occupation - Farmer - Brookland, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Passed Away - At the home of his grand-daugher, Viola Christine Canamore.
Cause of Death - Kidney Failure.
Fieldstone Grave Marker - Initials - D.M.C. & M.J.C.
Source of birth date - Kinsey Bible.
Source of death date - Sweet Moments Cemetery survey.
Source of Information - Interview of - Lilly Ma-no-tee Canamore, DVD - Dated - May 31, 1991.
December 17, 1867, David Marion Canamore & Martha Jane Robinson Canamore sold 280 acres of land at Township 15N, Range 5, for $200.00 to James H. Edwards. Signed with an X. Someone signed their names as D. M. Kenamore and Martha Jane Kenamore on the land records. David & Martha owned four houses and parcels of farmland at the old homestead area, just off County Road 960, not far from the present Goobertown Store and the Antioch Church.
Alveriah Canamore Dreiszus.
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Daniel Canamore (1818 - 1839)
Mary Elenda Kinsey Canamore (1817 - 1840)
Elizabeth Jane Steadum Leach Canamore (1857 - ____)
Mary Alzina Slatton Edwards Canamore (1860 - ____)
Martha Jane Robinson Canamore (1842 - ____)*
Wensell C. Canamore (1860 - ____)*
Needham Frank Kenemer (1861 - 1928)*
Robert Washington Canamore (1863 - 1898)*
Hollie Canamore (1865 - ____)*
David Atlas Canamore (1870 - 1946)*
Thomas Canamore (1873 - 1943)*
Joseph James Canamore (1875 - ____)*
William Jacob Canamore (1877 - 1948)*
Emily J. Canamore (1879 - ____)*
Martha Lue Canamore Sims (1882 - ____)*
George Adolphus Canamore (1887 - 1926)*
Lillie Ma-no-tee Canamore Gleason (1894 - 1994)*
Elizabeth Alzina Canamore (1900 - 1900)*
Thomas Wensell Cannimore (1908 - 1973)*
Roland West Kennemore (1834 - 1862)*
Margaret Elenda Canamore (1836 - ____)*
David Marion Canamore (1838 - 1910)
William Daniel Kennemore (1840 - 1889)*
Sweet Moments Cemetery
Created by: Lin
Record added: Oct 15, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12058748