(1844 - 1900)
Home State: Arkansas
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 3rd Arkansas Infantry
He enlisted in Company C, 3rd Arkansas Infantry at Monticello, Arkansas on March 14, 1862.
On the Campaign
He was wounded in the left leg and captured in action on 17 September 1862 at Sharpsburg.
The rest of the War
His leg was amputated and he was confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland until exchanged on January 31, 1863. He was then furloughed to Arkansas.
After the War
In addition to his 1860 holding, he bought land in Drew County in 1888. He was Drew County Clerk (1872-1882) and County Coroner (1886-1890 and 1892-1894).
References & notes
Basic information from Howerton1. Married twice, to Martha Ridgell Hyatt (1842 - 1879) and Effie Rachel Clayton Hyatt (1852 - 1934). His widow filed an Arkansas pension application #29458 from Drew county in August 1927. Brother of Privates Benjamin F. and Elijah L. Hyatt, also in Company C.
11/27/1844; Chester County, SC
12/12/1900 Monticello, AR; burial in Hyatt Family Cemetery, Monticello, AR
1 Howerton, Bryan R., Roster of the Third Arkansas Infantry Regiment, CSA, Published 1998, <http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/3rd-his.html>, Source page: /civilwar/3rdcoc.html [AotW citation 13825]