|Birth: ||Dec. 6, 1843|
|Death: ||Mar. 18, 1918|
Drew C. was the son of John W.(William ?) and Joanna Mathews (Joshenia Mathis as some pronounce it) Warrick.
Drew married Mary "Mollie" Powell (daughter of Wiley and Sarah Powell)Oct 22, 1863(the date is being checked) in Rankin County, Mississippi.
Drew C. married 2nd. Emily (Emma) O. ca 1891. They made their home in Bowie, Desha County, Ark.
1910 Desha County, Ark. census Drury Warrick was married to his 3rd wife. Annie F. Warrick with her 22 year old son, John L. Martin, living with them. They had been married less than a year.
D.C. Warrick's Civil War Record.
enlisted 8/24/1861 at Grenada, Ms Co B 6th Ms Vol for 12 mo. by Gen'l West
muster roll Nov&Dec 1862 CoB/6th Ms Inf Regt last paid 9/1 present
muster rolls for July,Aug,Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec 1863 captured at Vicksburg, paroled at home.
Appears on roll of pows captured at Vicksburg 7/4/1863 paroled 7/10/1863
Oath of Parole Document signed 7/7/1863 by D Warrick CoB/6th Ms Vols at Vicksburg, Ms
Appears on register of pows Dept Cumberland captured 12/16/1864 near Nashville, Tn forwarded to Louisville Ky 1/4/1865
Admitted 12/16/1864 No. 1 USA Gen'l Hosp Nashville Tn wounded foot/feet by Cannon ball at battle of Nashville. Released to Provost Marshal 1/3/1865.
Appears on roll of pows arriving 1/11/1865 at Camp Chase Ohio from military prison Louisville
Oath of Allegiance to US 6/13/1865 Camp Chase Ohio. Described as resident of Rankin Co, Ms, Dk Complexion, Dk Hair, Hazel Eyes, 5'10.5" age 22, captured 12/16/1864 Nashville (from Bill Thornhill)
Mary Powell Warrick (1866 - ____)*
William Howard Warrick (1875 - 1943)*
Amanuel Otho Warrick (1879 - 1941)*
Note: Masonic Emblem on Stone
Maintained by: Forever loved: Beatrice
Originally Created by: Pat Treadwell
Record added: Oct 24, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6874201