Mississippi 4th Infantry Regiment State Troops

Historical Notes:
The Mississippi 4th Infantry Regiment State Troops (Bromley's) was organized August 25, 1862 as a unit of the Minute Men under the order of Major General T. C. Tupper. The Minute Men were organized in May 1862 under the order of Major General T. C.Tupper from militia companies in each county. The enlistment term was for six months. Although not mustered into the Confederate States services, they were still subject to orders of Confederate officers. Rosters:
The roster of this unit contains the names of 142 men.


  • Company A - (Capt. Humphreys’ Company) - raised in Lafayette County

  • Company B - (Itawamba Chivalry) - raised in Itawamba County

  • Company C - (Capt. Carloe’s Company) - county of origin not specified

  • Company D - (Capt. Gwartney’s [Gwartley’s] Company) - county of origin not specified

  • Company E - (Capt. Hawkins’ Company) - county of origin not specified

  • Company F - (Capt. Fountain’s Company) - county of origin not specified

  • Company G - (Capt. Williams’ Company) - county of origin not specified

  • Company H - (Itawamba State Guards) - raised in Itawamba County

  • Company I - (Lafayette Defenders) - raised in Lafayette County

  • Company K - (Bee Minute Men of Itawamba County) - raised in Itawamba County

  • Company L - (Capt. Holland’s Company) - county of origin not specified


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