Men from the 9th Mississippi Infantry photographed by J.D. Edwards at the Warrington Navy Yard, Pensacola, FL in 1861. (http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2013651850/)
From the left the men are said to be: James Pegues, Kinloch Falconer, John Fennel, James Cunningham, Thomas W. Falconer, James Simms, and John T. Smith.
Both the 9th and 10th Mississippi Infantry were sent to Pensacola in April, 1861, where they were organized and mustered into service. They were there until early 1862, when they were then sent back west, joining forces under Gen. A. S. Johnston and seeing action at Shiloh. The 9th and 10th Mississippi would serve in the Army of Tennessee throughout the rest of the war, in what was known as the "High Pressure Brigade."
Here's the link to a history of the 9th Mississippi's service: