Wiley Morgan Bingham, Company G, 24th Arkansas

Wiley Morgan Bingham was a private in Company G, 24th Arkansas Infantry. He enlisted as a private on July 4 1862 from Calhoun County, Arkansas.

He was captured on January 11, 1863 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas and transported to Camp Douglas prison camp in Chicago, Illinois. He was imprisoned there until he was paroled on April 3, 1863 and delivered to City Point, Virginia where he was released.

He survived the Battle of Franklin and the war. He was treated for some type of back injury in Meridian, Mississippi after the retreat from Nashville.

Wiley Morgan Bingham was killed in Arkansas in 1867, date unknown. He was buried in Arkansas, place unknown. His wife and children moved back to Saltillo, Tennessee where they both were born.

Source: Wiley Morgan Bingham’s Great, great grandson. Contact:  ullr44@comcast.net

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