|Birth: ||May 14, 1844|
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1897|
William's actual place of birth is listed "Cherokee Nation" which later became Arkansas.
From the National Parks website of Soldier Details, William Quarles is listed as a private in the 18th Regiment, Company G, of the Confederate Army in Arkansas, on film number M376, Roll 19. From the Fold 3 website his records show he was captured at Port Hudson, Louisiana on July 9, 1863. He was paroled and released July 11, 1863, also from Port Hudson, LA. Number of Roll:72 (652)
Will's parents and siblings had escaped from Arkansas to Kansas as refugees from the Civil War. William joined them at Leavenworth, Kansas after the war ended.
William James married Mary Angeline Chinn October 22, 1865 in Kansas. In 1867 they settled on a farm 2 1/2 miles north of Dadeville, Missouri. Their children not listed below are Mary Adeline Evans (1865-1946), Lelia Mae Whitley (1881-1961), and Bessie Pyle (1884-1971).
Thomas Quarles (1806 - 1894)
Rebecca Cox Quarles (1822 - 1894)
Mary Angeline Chinn Quarles (1849 - 1916)
Effie Rebecca Quarles (1868 - 1870)*
Thomas Singleton Quarles (1871 - 1900)*
William James Quarles (1844 - 1897)
Mary Jane Quarles Ewell (1847 - 1935)*
Sarah Ellen Quarles Morris (1849 - 1921)*
Thomas Hubbard Quarles (1851 - 1918)*
Kisiah A Quarles Dinwiddie (1852 - 1909)*
Julia Margaret Quarles Tefertiller (1854 - 1929)*
Rebecca Susana Quarles Maze (1858 - 1895)*
Farewell my wife and children all. From you a father Christ doth call.
Created by: P Jones
Record added: Apr 04, 2011
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