Ezekiel T. “Zeke” Hudnall


Ezekiel T. “Zeke” Hudnall

Mississippi, USA
Death 8 Apr 1864 (aged 36)
Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, USA
Burial Union, Simpson County, Mississippi, USA
Memorial ID 13203863 View Source

Ezekiel T. "Zeke" Hudnall is the son of Isaiah Hudnall and Lavina Aarony.

He is 1 of 6 known sons of Isaiah and Lavina. His known brothers are:
Joshua Aarony Hudnall (3 Dec 1820-16 Sep 1829)
George W. Hudnall (13 Dec 1820-13 Dec 1820)
James A. Hudnall (1829- ? )
Banister Hudnall (1835-8 Dec 1884)
Joseph Harmon Hudnall (Feb 1843-7 Dec 1907)
On 29 Dec 1853, Ezekiel Hudnall married Ann Sophia Lockhart, daughter of Jacob J. Lockhart and Ann Cameron. In the 1850 Census, Sophia lived next door to the Hudnall family.

Per the 1860 U.S. Census, Ezekiel and Sophia Hudnall resided in Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Listed are:
-Ezekiel Hudnall, age 36, born Mississippi
-Sophia Hudnall, age 34, born Mississippi
-Eugene Hudnall, age 3, born Mississippi

Ezekiel and Sophia are known to have 2 children:
Eugene F. Hudnall (1856-1926)
Annie L. Hudnall Keen (1862-1936)

In 1861, Ezekial enlisted in the U.S. Confederate Army.

U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865
-Name: Ezekiel T Hudnall
-Enlistment Date: 1861
-Military Unit: Seventh Regiment Infantry, Company F

He was killed at the Battle of Mansfield, Louisiana.

National Park Service, Civil War
-Soldier Name: Hudnall, Ezekeil T.
-Regiment Name: 7th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
-Side: Confederate
-Company: F
-Soldier's Rank In: Third Lieutenant
-Soldier's Rank Out: Senior Second Lieutenant
-Film Number: M232 roll 20

The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. Series 1 - Volume 34 (Part I), Washington: Govt. Print. Off, 1891, page 553

Confederate loss was "about 1,000 killed and wounded" at Mansfield, but precise details of Confederate losses were not recorded. Some of the wounded, perhaps thirty, were taken to Minden for treatment. Those who died of wounds there were interred without markers in the historic Minden Cemetery.


DEC 24, 1827
APR 8, 1864
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Battle of Mansfield LA

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