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Company H                   "Sons of '76"
formally Company D, Third Battalion, Alabama Infantry

Marion County
 

NAME RANK DISPOSITION
John Spears White Captain Appointed Captain October 3, 1861.  6 feet tall.  Resigned March 20, 1862.  Petitioned November 21, 1864 to raise a company of exempts to arrest deserters and "tories".  Listed residence as Kentucky when he took oath February 7, 1865.
James Wilson White
(letter)
Captain Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 2nd Lt. and promoted to Captain March 20, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863.  Present at Andersonville and given 30 day furlough to see family on July 1, 1864.  Led Regiment during Atlanta Campaign upon return .  Wounded at Franklin but was able to get out of Tennessee before retreat.  Applied for pension in Fernbank, Lamar County, Alabama on February 24, 1897 at 69 years old.  Died before 1907 Census. 
Henry W. Mathews 1st Lt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 1st Lt. 
Miles Izates Taylor 1st Lt. Born in Walker County, Alabama on September 21, 1835.  He was a lawyer in Winston County, Alabama at the outbreak of the war.  Enlisted October 3, 1861 as 3rd Lt.  Promoted to 1st Lt. on March 20, 1862.  Commanded 26th Alabama Regiment, through attrition, by the end of the day at Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863.  Wounded in foot (heel) and captured at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863.  Admitted to West Walnut Street Hospital in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Turned over to Provost Marshall on October 28, 1863 and sent to Fort Delaware.  Received at Johnson Island on November 25.  Transferred to Point Lookout on  March 21, 1865.  Sent from Point Lookout to Fort Delaware on March 28 for exchange.  Signed oath and released on June 12, 1865 with his residence listed as Marion County.  His younger brother Eli C. Taylor had been killed in action around Bowling Green, KY.  Moved to Forney, Kaufman County, Texas in 1873 and married Laura Alice Hindman, the daughter of a Cherokee Indian.  Applied for pension on August 31, 1909 at age 74.  He died August 15, 1912 and was buried in Kaufman City Cemetery. 
John F. Mathews  2nd Lt. Enlisted and appointed 3rd Lt.  Promoted to 2nd Lt. on March 20, 1862 and died May 18, 1862.  Buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia on May 20 in Section J, Grave #119.
John T. Anthony 2nd Lt. Born October 22, 1837 and enlisted as 2nd Sgt. September 13, 1861.  Promoted to 2nd Lt. March 22, 1862.  Wounded in arm at Seven Pines on May 31, 1862 and admitted to Banner Hospital.  His right arm was amputated.  Resigned January 29, 1864.  Became a school teacher after the war and applied for relief as maimed October 27, 1879 in Lamar County, Alabama.  He later applied for pension in Itawamba County, Mississippi in 1900 and resided for a time in the Beauvior Old Soldiers Home in Biloxi, Mississippi.  Died October 20, 1909 in Itawamba County, Mississippi and is buried in Union Grove Cemetery, Tilden, Mississippi.
Newton W. Brown 2nd Lt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 4th Sgt.  Promoted 2nd Lt. May 10, 1863.  Present at Andersonville and appointed acting adjutant on June 9, 1864.
W. Henry Hughes 1st Sgt. Enlisted October 3, 1861 and present at Andersonville as 1st Sgt.  Surrendered and paroled at Columbus, Mississippi on May 19, 1865.
Abraham Lollar 1st Sgt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 1st Sgt.
Huel L. Hughes 2nd Sgt. Born July 22, 1838 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted October 3, 1861 as private.  Promoted to 5th Sgt. April, 1862 and wounded at Malvern Hill at age 24 on July 1, 1862 with wound to right side of chest.  Given furlough to Columbus, Mississippi on August 24, 1862.  Promoted to 2nd Sgt. and wounded in action at Gettysburg July 1, 1863 while leading about 20 men attacking breastworks in which only he and three other men returned.  Furloughed on September 13, 1863 to Columbus, Mississippi.  On wounded leave in April, 1864 as 2nd Sgt.  I would suspect he was maimed as he was detailed with Co. C of the 2nd Battalion stationed at Camp Wright in Macon, Georgia late 1864 and captured at Macon on April 20, 1865.  Resided in the Insane Hospital in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in 1907 Census.
William Jno. Martin 3rd Sgt. Born July 20, 1824 in Lawrence County, Alabama.  Father of Pvt. George Franklin Martin.  Enlisted October 13, 1861 as private and present at Andersonville as 3rd Sgt.  Captured at Nashville on December 16, 1864 but later escaped.  Given 30 day furlough on February 4, 1865 so was on furlough when the Regiment deployed to North Carolina.  Lived in Marion County, Alabama after the war but never filed for pension.  Died December 20, 1895 in Alabama.
John E. Spradlin, Sr. 4th Sgt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Captured at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863,  paroled on May 4 and exchanged on May 10.  Present at Andersonville as 4th Sgt.
W. Jay Mathews 5th Sgt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in service September 1, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his father Walter Mathews.
Edwin Gibson Turman 5th Sgt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 1st Corporal.  Died on pneumonia in 3rd Alabama Hospital on May 20, 1863.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia Grave #2, row 32, Division D
William Wilson Purnell Sgt. Born February 3, 1833 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted September 13, 1861 as private.  Commissioned Hospital Steward and promoted to Sgt. on November 2, 1863.  Captured at Franklin as he stayed behind in charge of the wounded on December 16, 1864.  Sent to Camp Chase, Ohio where he served as Ward Master.  He was paroled on June 13, 1865 at age 32 and sent home to Marion County.  Resided in Crews Depot, Alabama after the war and filed for pension in Lamar County, Alabama.  In a letter to ADAH he states that he had the hospital journal from Tuscumbia.  Where is this journal!!!
William D. Terrell Sgt. Enlisted October 13, 1861.  Died at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his father Marion County Judge John D. Terrell.  Buried Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond on July 1.
Andrew Jackson Watkins 1st Cpl. Enlisted October 3, 1861 as 4th Corporal and present at Andersonville as 1st Corporal.  His widow Gillie Caroline applied for pension in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi in 1924.
James B. Franks 2nd Cpl. Enlisted February 3, 1862 as private.  Given 30 day furlough home to Marion County on March 12, 1863 as 2nd Cpl.  Captured at Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863, paroled May 4, and exchanged May 10, 1863.  Present at Andersonville.
George Andrew White 2nd Cpl. Born July 11, 1842 and worked in the family store.  Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 2nd Cpl.  Died in 2nd Alabama Hospital of diarrhea on May 9, 1863.  Deceased claim filed by his mother Jane White on August 11, 1863.
Clint Underwood 3rd Cpl. Enlisted September 13, 1861 as 3rd Corporal and mention in orders November, 1862 to go back to Marion County to recruit.
Henry Wilson Miller Corporal Born September 4th, 1846 in Beaverton, Alabama and enlisted February 6, 1862.  Wounded at South Mountain September 14, 1862 and captured.  Sent to U. S. Army Hospital on Camden St. in Baltimore, Maryland.  Sent to Fort McHenry for exchange and then exchanged May, 1863 and furloughed home unable to serve.  While laying wounded a federal soldier said "Hug a Yankee" and he carried him under shelter of hill and after giving  him water from his canteen, he bade him a kindly "good-bye".  Listed on rolls at Andersonville as dropped from rolls due to absent without leave and only as private.  After war resided in Millport, Lamar County, Alabama.
James M. Harkins Corporal Died in Virginia and buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond Virginia in  Grave #1, Row I, Division C.
John W. Reynolds 3rd Cpl. Enlisted October 3, 1861 as private.  Present at Andersonville as 3rd Cpl.
Wm. C. Hill, Jr. 4th Cpl. Enlisted as private on October 3, 1861.  Promoted from ranks on January 2, 1862.  Died in Chimbarazo Hospital of typhoid on July 19, 1862 and was buried at Oakwood Cemetery on July 21, 1862. Deceased claim filed by his widow Lydia M. Hill on April 4, 1863.
W. L. Sanders Corporal Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to Howards Grove on July 6.  Given 30 day furlough on July 10.  Promoted to Corporal upon return.  Admitted to 3rd Alabama Hospital on December 15, 1862 due to variola (small pox) and transferred to Howards Grove where he died on January 23, 1863.
J. M. Williams Corporal Enlisted July 13, 1861 and dropped from rolls due to prolonged absence without leave by April, 1864.  His widow M. E. Williams applied for pension in Tate County, Mississippi in 1916.
Thomas J. Hodges Musician Captured at Jonesburo, Georgia on September 1, 1864 and sent to Camp Douglas on October 29, 1864.
Jon. Osburn Auditon Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded by bomb shell in foot and back at Gaines Mill on June 28, 1862.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on June 30 and died on July 8 at age 22.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia on July 17, 1862. Deceased claim filed by widow Mary with 2 children.
James Armstrong Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Killed in action in the Seven Days campaign according to letter from John W. Stanford to his wife Jane.
John T. Armstrong Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, 1862 and discharged from service.  Applied for relief as maimed in Lamar County, Alabama on October 27, 1879.
Thomas Backus Pvt. Enlisted February 10, 1864 and present at Andersonville.  Captured at Nashville on December 15, 1864 and sent to Camp Douglas on December 20.  Paroled May 12, 1865 and listed his residence as Mobile, Alabama.
W. H. Bagwell Pvt. Wounded in action at Chancellorsville on May 2-3, 1863.  Eventually died and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery on May 12, 1863 in Section T, Grave # 103.
Wm. H. "Coon" Ball Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Wounded in action at Chancellorsville May 2, 1863 and admitted to Camp Winder Hospital.  Dropped from the rolls in April, 1864 for prolonged absence without leave.  Applied for relief as maimed from Franklin County, Alabama.
James H. Ball Pvt. Enlisted May 24, 1862 and present at Andersonville.  Deserted May 20, 1864 and signed oath on February 3, 1865.  Listed his residence as Pikeville, Marion County, Alabama.  Applied for pension after the war in Williamson County, Tennessee
D. A. Been Pvt. Deserted May 6, 1862.
John B. Berryhill Pvt. Enlisted on January 4, 1862.  Wounded in arm at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to Chimbarazo.  Given 30 day furlough on July 18, 1862.  Returned and present at Andersonville.  Survived war as he resided in Confederate Soldiers Home in Mountain Creek, Alabama in 1915 and they asked the Archives for confirmation.  He died Mid-June 1918 in Tupelo, Mississippi and was laid to rest at Gilvoe Cemetery on June 17.
W. H. Berryhill Pvt. Enlisted on September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital on August 18, 1862 due to illness and died there on August 27, 1862.
William C. Bradford Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and deserted December, 1861.
Joseph Bryce Pvt. Enlisted on September 13, 1861.  Wounded in leg at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to Chimbarazo.  Given 30 day furlough on July 13, 1862 and returned.  Present at Andersonville.
Robert Bryce Pvt. Enlisted on February 20, 1862.  Medically discharged on May 28, 1862 due to dysentery and age.
W. H. H. Bryce Pvt. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863 and died on May 10, 1863 in Richmond.  Deceased claim filed with J. W. White as power of attorney. 
Samuel P. Brown Pvt. Wounded at South Mountain on September 14, 1862 and eventually died.  Deceased claim filed on March 7, 1863.
Thomas Bryant Pvt. Enlisted on September 13, 1861.
W. C. Burlison Pvt. Enlisted on September 13, 1861.
James M. Byron Pvt. Listed on rolls at Floyd House Hospital at Macon, Georgia August 29, 1864.  Wounded in right leg in Georgia which resulted in amputation of lower 3rd of the leg.  Gangrene had settled in.  More than likely wounded around Atlanta or Jonesboro.  Listed residence Pikeville, Alabama.
Berry Middleton "Mid" Cantrell  Pvt. Born December 7, 1839 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted February 20, 1862.  Sick in Camp Winder Hospital October, 1862 and returned to duty on December 16.  Deserted July 23, 1863 turned himself in and released with promise to stay North of Ohio River for duration of war.Resided in Marion County, Alabama in 1907 Census.
David R. Cantrell Pvt. Enlisted February 25, 1862.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on April 2, 1863 for gunshot wound.  Detailed as Nurse until Regiment was detached to Andersonville in which he was present.  Admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in LaGrange, Georgia on July 4 and released on July 7.  Deserted August 22, 1864 and turned himself in with his brother.  Released on oath to stay north of Ohio River.
Isaac S. Cantrell Pvt. Died in Richmond, Virginia of disease on April 12, 1862 and was buried the same day in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond in Grave #100, Row G, Division A.
Francis M. Clark Pvt. Born December 3, 1844 in Marion County and enlisted March 1, 1863. Present at Andersonville.  Paroled 1865. 
R. L. Clark Pvt. Enlisted April 6, 1863.  Wounded in action at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863 and recovered.  Present at Andersonville.
William F. Clark Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama on February 3, 1845 and enlisted May 1, 1862.  Admitted to 2nd Alabama Hospital on April 20, 1863 for typhoid and furloughed home to Marion County, Alabama for 50 days on June 5, 1863.  Present at Andersonville.  Applied for pension in Hamilton, Lamar County, Alabama after war and still lived there in 1911.  Gave deposition of service as Dr. W. F. Clark for George S. McKay's widow on November 5, 1914.
William H. Clark
 (letter)
Pvt. Enlisted October of 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital, Richmond, Virginia on July 2, 1862 for pneumonia and died July 9, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his mother Boechim E. Clark. 
James C. Clouse Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died of Typhoid on May 4, 1863 in General Hospital #1 and was buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia on May 5, 1863 in Section T, Grave #551.
Thomas J. Clouse Pvt. Enlisted on January 43, 1864 and present at Andersonville.  Listed by local genealogists as having survived the war.  Gave deposition of service for George S. McKay in June, 1899.
William Clouse Pvt. Died in Richmond on August 28, 1862.
W. J. Coleman Pvt. Died in Hospital #20, Richmond, Virginia in 1862.
G. W. Crier Pvt. Died in Hospital #19, Richmond, Virginia
James T. Dickerson Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on December 3, 1862, transferred to Danville on December 26 and eventually to the C. S. A. Hospital in Selma, Alabama where he died on May 20, 1863.
J. T. Dowry Pvt. On roster list of Camp Winder Hospital on April 29, 1863 with residence listed as Aberdeen, Mississippi.
Edward D. Flurry Pvt. Present at surrender, attended reunion on August 8, 1900 in Guin, Alabama.
John J. Franks Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in Richmond on May 1, 1862 in Richmond.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery on May 2, 1862 in grave #164, row J, division A.
William D. Franks Pvt. No record of him as of yet except died September 12, 1914 in Carrol County, Mississippi and is buried in the Beauvier Confederate Cemetery in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Madison Miles Frazier Pvt. Born November 18, 1838 in Salisbury, North Carolina and enlisted August 8, 1862.  Reported missing at South Mountain on September 14, 1862 but was wounded and captured. Sent to Fort Delaware and declared exchanged at Aikens Landing, Virginia on November 10, 1862 but actually exchanged before that.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on October 15, 1862.  Captured at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863 and held at Fort Delaware. Signed oath and released June 16, 1865 to his home in Marion County, Alabama.  Attended reunion on August 8, 1900 at Guin, Alabama where he lived after the war.  Died in Guin, Fayette County, Alabama on January 1, 1925 and is buried in the Guin City Cemetery.
Samuel Fretwell Pvt. Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on June 7, 1862 due to Typhoid and then transferred to Huguenot Springs on July 27.  Discharged from service on March 20, 1863.
W. H. Galamore Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  On wounded furlough April 27, 1864 so he was wounded at either Gettysburg, Mine Run or Bristoe Station.
Thomas Gann Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on April 29, 1862 and discharged from service out of Lynchburg Hospital #2 on June 6, 1862 due to disease of lungs.  He died June 24, 1883 and his widow Mary E. Gann applied for pension in Washington County, Arkansas in 1901.
George Gann Pvt. According to local county genealogist he was mustered in and present at surrender but this is not backed up by the Greensboro film I have.
John C. Gibbs Pvt. Born April 17, 1831 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted May 12, 1862.  Present at Andersonville.  Captured March 25, 1865 near Russelville, Alabama and took oath and released same day.  Resident of Goldmine, Marion County, Alabama in 1907 Census.
John W. Gibbs Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died March 21, 1862 and buried next day in Richmond, Virginia.  Deceased claim filed by his widow Nancy E. Gibbs leaving 2 children with John T. Meador Power of Attorney.
Timothy Gibbs Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on August 30, 1862 due to dysentery and died there on September 4, 1862.
David W. Gilbert Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Listed as deserted March, 1862 but died in Richmond, Virginia.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Grave #88, row O, Division A.
Henry J. Glasscock 
 (letter)
Pvt. Listed as missing in action at South Mountain on September 14, 1862.  Later declared dead as listed "left on field".
James A. "Duff" Halcombe Pvt. Enlisted February 13, 1862.  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 with ball lodged in right thigh.  Wounded in action at Chancellorsville May 2, 1863 with 2 different gunshot wounds to left arm and right leg.  Sent to Camp Winder Hospital.  30 day furlough on June 12, 1863 and present at Andersonville.  Sick in Hospital when Regiment surrendered. Applied for pension from Kendrick, Tishomingo County, Mississippi on September 4, 1900 at age 59.
Rolland T. Holcombe Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Detailed as nurse at #13 Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on March 13, 1863 and returned to Regiment on December 19.  Present at Andersonville.  He applied for pension in Hemstead County, Arkansas in 1901.
William A. Hall  Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted December 7, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital on June 28, 1862 and discharged due to chronic diarrhea on July 24, 1862 at age 18.  Re-enlisted to Cavalry upon recovery.
John A. Hall  Pvt. Captured at Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863 and sent to Fort Delaware  where arrived on July 6, 1863.  Died there on March 16, 1864 of inflammation of lungs.  Buried Finn's Point National Cemetery, Salem County, New Jersey. 
James A. Handley Pvt. Died of disease in Richmond, Virginia.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery on April 15, 1862. 
N. H. Handley Pvt. Enlisted after April, 1864 and paroled June 19, 1865 in Demopolis, Alabama.
T. Joseph W. Harper Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Deceased claim filed on March 7, 1863 by his widow Nancy Harper.
James B. Harris Pvt. Deceased claim filed on September 15, 1862 with John T. Meador as power of attorney.
Mark Harris Pvt. Enlisted on October 3, 1861 with residence in Walker County.  Captured at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and received at Fort Delaware on July 6.  Took oath and released on June 14, 1865 to Walker County, Alabama.
Toliver H. Harris Pvt. Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital on April 6, 1862 and returned to duty on April 14.  Wounded in the hand at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital on July 2.  Given 60 day furlough on July 13, 1862 to Columbus, Mississippi.  His widow Susan applied for pension in Marshall County, Mississippi in 1916.
W. W. Hawkins Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and eventually ended up at the Huguenot Springs, Virginia Hospital on July 27, 1862.  Wounded at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863.  Dropped from rolls for prolonged absence without leave on April 26, 1864.
Lafayette Herrington Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in Richmond, Virginia of disease on April 15, 1862 and buried in Oakwood Cemetery on April 15.
Icabod Caine Hill Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on October 14, 1862 for rheumatism at age 22 and returned to duty on November 6, 1862.  Admitted to Hospital #9 on January 6, 1864 and transferred to Howard's Grove on January 7, 1864 due to Rheumatism.  Present at Andersonville.  He applied for pension in Lee County, Mississippi in 1907.
James A. Hill Pvt. Enlisted on October 3, 1861.  Wounded in action at South Mountain September 14, 1862 and returned.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863 at age 23.
William C. Hill, Sr. Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded and captured at South Mountain on September 14, 1862 and admitted to hospital in Frederick, Maryland.  He died there on October 5, 1862. Grave #83 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
W. H. B. Hill Pvt. Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital for Typhoid on September 2, 1862 and died September 4.  Buried in Richmond at Oakwood Cemetery on September 6, 1862.
Gabriel Homer Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Listed under original muster list.
N. H. Homer Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  In rolls of Hospital #20 October 25, 1862.  Admitted to Winder 4th Division Hospital December 3, 1862 and then in 3rd Division Hospital April 23, 1863.  Furloughed home to Marion County where he died.
James A. Howard Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded in action at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863 and returned.  Wounded with gunshot wound to right leg and captured at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.  Sent to DeCamp General Hospital on Davids Island in New York Harbor.  Exchanged and admitted to the General Hospital in Petersburg, Virginia on September 9, 1863.  Furloughed 60 days upon release on September 16, 1863.  Dropped from rolls due to prolonged absence by April of 1864.
M. Daniel Howell Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama.  Wounded with compound fracture of thigh and captured at South Mountain on September 14, 1862.  Admitted to General Hospital #4 on September 19, 1862 and transferred to #1 on January 15, 1863.  Died of traumatic femoral aneurysm in Frederick, Maryland on March 15, 1863 at age 25.  Buried in grave #192 at Hospital Cemetery in Frederick. 
John Wesley Hughes Pvt. Born March 22, 1842 in Pikesville, Marion County, Alabama and enlisted originally in Company K of the 42nd Alabama in September, 1862.  Transferred to the 26th Alabama on February 19, 1863.  Present at Andersonville April, 1864.  Wounded twice in action at Kennesaw Mountain June 27, 1864.  Parolled at Decatur, Alabama in 1865.  Lived in Guin, Marion County, Alabama after the war and provided deposition of service for John T. Flippo's application for pension in Texas on July 5, 1913.  Still there in 1921 Confederate Census.
Thomas E. Hughes  Pvt. Enlisted November 1, 1863 and present at Andersonville.  Survived war.
William P. Hulsey Pvt. Admitted to #2 Hospital in Richmond on June 7, 1862 due to Bronchitis and returned to duty on July 12.  Admitted to Hospital #21 on August 29 and given 60 day furlough on September 6, 1862 and died at home with deceased claim filed on April 24, 1863 by J. W. White.
Charles M. Hyde Pvt. Died August 8, 1862 in General Hospital in Farmsville, Virginia of Typhoid.
F. J. Johnson Pvt. Admitted to Chimbarazo on May 6, 1863.
James A. Johnson Pvt. Enlisted on September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Winder #2 Hospital on November 14, 1862 and returned to duty on November 28.
Joseph Johnson Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama.  Discharged from service September 17, 1863 due to Bronchitis out of the Staunton, Virginia Hospital at age 47.
Joshua Johnson Pvt. Killed in action at Gaines Mill on June 27, 1862.
A. M. Jones Pvt. Under original muster list.
A. Kivett Pvt. Deserted April 15, 1862 in Alabama.  Mentioned in order that sent him back to Marion County to recruit November, 1862.  This order is in the file of Col. O'Neal. 
W. E. Lansdall Pvt. Died in Yorktown on April 1, 1862.
J. Lester Pvt. Died in Richmond of unknown causes.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Grave #76, Row D, Division A.
E. M. Lindley Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and deserted on February 6, 1862 while in camp at Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
F. M. Loden Pvt. 5 feet 11 inches tall.  Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted May 18, 1862.  Discharged on July 24, 1862 at age 21 due to chronic diarrhea and he died at home.
John B. Loden Pvt. Enlisted May 18, 1862 and died in Richmond on July 21, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his father Jesse Loden.
Larkin D. Loden Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted on February 1, 1862.  Discharged on September 28, 1862 due to Pythesis Pulmonalis from 2nd Alabama Hospital and died in Marion County on October 15, 1862 at age 25.  Brother of John Loden as deceased claim filed by his father Jesse.
Robert D. Logan Pvt. Enlisted January 13, 1862.  Wounded with gunshot wound to left hand at Gettysburg.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on July 15, 1863 and then transferred to Howards Grove Hospital.  While in Howards Grove he was charged with inciting mutiny in hospital and was arrested 10/9/63 and sent to Richmond.  Major General R. E. Rhodes requested a speedy trial.  Regiment never heard from him again (April, 1864).  Pensioned from Thornhill, Alabama.
John T. Lowry Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on April 4, 1863 due to Syphilis.  Deserted on July 15, 1862 and dropped from rolls on August 25, 1862.  Returned and transferred to Aberdeen, Mississippi.
John D. Lowe, Sr. Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo Hospital on April 7, 1862 due to Bronchitis and died there on May 21, 1862.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia in Grave #40, Row C, Division A on May 22.
John D. Lowe, Jr. Pvt. Born January 14, 1844 near Atlanta, Georgia and enlisted November 1, 1863.  Present at Andersonville.  Enlisted for illness to St. Mary's Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama in early November 1864 and missed the "invasion of Tennessee".  He survived the war and was paroled in Pond Springs, Alabama in 1865.  Resided in Russelville, Franklin County, Alabama in 1921 Census.
Thomas Lyons Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and brother of Gainum.
Gainam Scroggins Lyons Pvt. Born August 8, 1833 in Tennessee and family moved to Marion County in the 1840's.  Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to #13 Hospital.  Admitted to Hospital #13 on December 14, 1862 due to fever and returned to duty on December 24.  P. O. Box listed at Eldridge, Walker County, Alabama.  Present at Andersonville.  Gainum and his family (14 kids) moved to Texas around 1893 to live with his son near Brandon.  He died there on October 2, 1910.
Isaac T. Markham Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in Camp Winder Hospital of typhoid on September 4, 1862.  Buried Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia on September 5 in Section A, Grave #29. Deceased claim filed by his father Abner Markham on October 31, 1864.
George Franklin Martin Pvt. Born November 6, 1844 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted February 19, 1863.  Wounded at Chancellorsville May 2, 1863 with gunshot wound near elbow joint.  Given 30 day furlough to Ridgelow, Alabama out of 2nd Alabama Hospital on June 9, 1863.  Present at Andersonville.  Moved to Texas after the war and died January 24, 1913 in Hawley, Jones County, Texas.
George W. Mays Pvt. Enlisted February 18, 1862.  Died of disease on April 18, 1862 in Banner Hospital in Richmond and buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Grave #3, Row H, Division A. Deceased claim filed by widow Sabrah Y. Mays.
Harley Tuttle McKay Pvt. Wounded by bombshell at South Mountain on September 14, 1862 and had leg amputated, sent home on furlough.   Detached to Columbus, Mississippi as shoemaker, order #39 issued by General Lee on February 3, 1863.   Still on rolls as detached duty of 26th Alabama April, 1864.
George  S. McKay Pvt.  5 feet 11 inches tall and nephew of Harley Tuttle McKay.  Enlisted January 18, 1862.  Wounded at Gaines Mill on June 27, 1862 and admitted to Chimbarazo for wounded ankle on June 30, 1862.  Still on wounded furlough November, 1862.  W. F. Clark states that he was on crutches around Marion County for a long time.  Dropped from rolls due prolonged absence without leave on April  26, 1864 but did return.  Listed as being present at surrender by local genealogists but according to his oath statement taken at Nashville, Tennessee on February 7, 1865, he deserted on July 4, 1864 and resided in Maury County, Tennessee.  This oath and declaration was more than likely necessary as depositions given for his pension application state that he was wounded in the left hand on July 4, 1864 (in the action around Chattahootchie River) which amputated his forefinger and maimed the rest of his fingers on the left hand.  He was taken care of by his mother's family in Franklin County, Tennessee which was at that time firmly in Yankee hands. Died August, 1900 and his widow, Minerva O'Rear McKay received pension until her death in 1928. 
J. S. McClain Pvt. Captured at Spanish Fort, Alabama on April 8, 1865 and paroled.
H. R. McGuire Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 left behind when Regiment assigned to Virginia and died July 5, 1862 in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Timothy M. McGuire Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863 and admitted to Huguenot Springs Hospital, Virginia.  Present at Andersonville.
John T. Meadors
(letter)
Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on April 7, 1862 due to rheumatism .  Power of attorney for a number of Deceased claims.
James Vanburn "Van" Mills Pvt. Born March 12, 1843 in Fayette County, Alabama and enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Chancellorsville on May 2-3, 1863.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on May 6, 1863 and was eventually furloughed.  Received pay in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in June, 1863.  Deserted from there and dropped from rolls.  Never paroled and resided in Glen Allen, Fayette County, Alabama in 1921 Census.
J. G. Moore Pvt. Listed as deserted on June 20, 1862.
Caleb T. Mosley Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in Pikesville, Alabama on March 24, 1862.
Jasper N. Mosley Pvt. 5 feet 11 inches tall.  Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Gaines Mill on June 27, 1862 and given 30 day furlough on August 14, 1862.  Captured at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863 and sent to Fort McHenry and then on to Fort Delaware.  Released from there on June 14, 1865 to Pikesville, Marion County, Alabama.  Died in Crews Depot, Lamar County, Alabama.
William Mosley Pvt. Born March 20, 1842 in Marion County and enlisted after April, 1864.  Paroled in Military Ford, Marion County, Alabama and resident of Detroit, Alabama in 1907 Census.
A. B. Northcut Pvt. Listed by local genealogists as having served and survived the war.
Langston Y. Osborne Pvt. Died of typhoid in 2nd Alabama Hospital on September 15, 1862.  Deceased claim filed on October 31, 1864 by his widow Tabitha Osborne.
Anthony Jasper Paul Pvt. Enlisted January 28, 1862.  Became ill in transit to Virginia and died in Knoxville, Tennessee on March 5, 1862.  Deceased claim filed on September 15, 1862 by his father A. F. Paul in Marion County, Alabama.
W. A. S. Purnell Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died in Yorktown on April 11, 1862 and deceased claim filed by Corporal Wilson Purnell.
A. Posey Pvt. Admitted to 2nd Alabama Hospital on June 6, 1863
William W. Powell Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted February 15, 1862.  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862.  Died from his wounds on July 14, 1862 at age 24 and a deceased claim filed by his widow Sarah Powell on March 3, 1863. 
John W. Pyron Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died of disease on May 8, 1862 in Hospital #19.   Buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia in Grave #51, Row K, Division A on May 10, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his father Jackson H. Pyron.
Wilton M. Pyron Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Given discharge due to bronchitis on August 18, 1862 at age 19 but must have died shortly after as deceased claim filed on September 15, 1862.
James M. Pyron Pvt. Born in 1846 and enlisted June 12, 1864.  James survived the war.  The Pyron's are all brothers.
William R. Reed Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Captured at Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863 and received at Fort Delaware on July 7, 1863.  Joined Captain Ahle's Battery on August 1, 1863.
J. A. Reynolds Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded in thigh at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and admitted to Chimbarazo on July 2.  Given 40 day furlough to Columbus, Mississippi on July 13, 1862.  Listed as absent without leave November, 1862.
James L. Robertson Pvt. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.  Died in Hospital in Frederick, Maryland on September 9, 1863.
James S. Robertson Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted October 3, 1861.  Killed in action at South Mountain on September 14, 1862 at age 25.  Deceased claim filed by widow Mary E. Robertson with W. W. Purnell as Power of Attorney on April 16, 1863.
J. D. Sanders Pvt. Deserted in Alabama on January 2, 1862.
Rufus R. Sanders Pvt. Wounded in Seven Pines May 31 and died in Richmond on June 12, 1862.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery on June 14, 1862.
Anderson D. Sandlin Pvt. Enlisted May 12, 1862.  Wounded by gunshot wound to lower left arm at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.  Captured at Field Hospital on July 5.  Sent to DeCamp Hospital on Davids Island, New York Harbor.  His left arm was amputated above the elbow and he was paroled on October 22, 1863.  Upon release he was admitted to Hospital #9 on October 28 and then transferred to 2nd Alabama Hospital on the 29th.  Given 60 day furlough on November 4, 1863 to Marion County, Alabama.  He was detached to Invalid Corps in which he retired from September 8, 1864.  Applied for relief as maimed October 27, 1879 in Lamar County, Alabama.  Died April 27, 1884 in Lamar County and his widow Catherine filed for pension there.
Andrew D. Sandlin Pvt. Died in Richmond on May 1, 1862.
James D. Simms Pvt. Listed under original muster list as enlisted September 13, 1861.
Joshua V. Smith Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Detailed as teamster 1862-63 and present at Andersonville.  Deserted on January 22, 1865 and signed oath on February 7, 1865 in Nashville.  Listed residence as Murray County, Tennessee.
William D. H. Spradlin Pvt. Enlisted October 3, 1861.  Admitted to Farmville, Virginia hospital on August 8, 1862 due to Typhoid.  Returned to duty on October 15, 1862.  Wounded in leg at Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863.  Admitted to #2 Hospital in Richmond and had leg amputated.  Died there on June 4, 1863 and buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond on June 6.  Buried Section S, Grave #330.  General Order #131/3 issued October 3, 1863 for issuing a Medal of Honor to him for Chancellorsville.
James C. Stanford
(letter
Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted February 15, 1862.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on May 10, 1862 and died on May 21, 1862 at age 37.  "Died suddenly, went to mess room a few hours before death". Deceased claim filed on March 3, 1863.  Buried in Oakwood Cemetery on May 22, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his widow Arrazina Stanford from Marion County, Alabama.  Brother to John Washington Stanford.  They had two brothers, William and Daniel, who fought for Company F, 42nd Alabama Infantry. 
John Washington Stanford
(letter)
Pvt. Born March 2, 1830 and enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on May 18, 1862 due to Typhoid and returned to duty on June 15.  Died in the Staunton, Virginia Hospital of pneumonia on December 29, 1862.  Buried in Thornrose Cemetery on West Beverly Street in Staunton, Virginia.
J. W. Stanton Pvt. According to Regimental returns of October, 1862 "Left on Battlefield at Boonesboro, September 14, 1862".  In other words, killed in action at South Mountain.
Harbard Suggs Pvt. Listed on original muster list of September 13, 1861.
Aaron Mark Sullins Pvt. Born September 20, 1839 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted February 3, 1862.  Transferred from Lynchburg Hospital to Buchanan, Virginia Hospital April 12, 1863.  Present at Andersonville.  Applied for pension in Lee County, Mississippi in 1915.  Is buried in Priceville Cemetery, Lee County, Mississippi.
William H. Terrell
(letter )
Pvt. Enlisted January 8, 1862.  Detailed as teamster 1862-63 but rejoined Regiment when Confederate Government transferred all wagons to Army.  Present at Andersonville and survived the war.  In one of his letters he states that he had a photo taken during the war, would love to have a copy of this photo!!!
Robert W. Terrell Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama in 1834 and enlisted December 8, 1861 at age 27.  Was in and out of hospitals the majority of the time.  Teamster with his brother early 1863 until the Regiment lost their wagons.  Given medical furlough on August 18, 1863.  According to Terrell letters he lived for a while farming in Tennessee after the war with his brother William.
Thomas Washington Terrell Pvt. Born April 23, 1846 in Shelby County, Alabama and enlisted March 20, 1864 (went to war with George S. McKay.  Sick and never saw battle.  On sick furlough at end of war.  Resident of Pikeville, Marion County, Alabama in 1907 Census and Crews Depot in 1921 Census.  Gave deposition of service for George S. McKay's widow Minerva on November 2, 1914.
William G. Thompson Pvt. Enlisted February 15, 1862.  Wounded in abdomen and captured at Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862.  Sent to Fort Monroe for exchange on October 17, 1862 and admitted immediately to Chimbarazo.  Given 40 day furlough on November 17, 1862 and died in Huntsville, Alabama.  Deceased claim filed by widow Mary E. Thompson on April 28, 1863 from Marion County, Alabama.
Henry Leverett Tucker Pvt. Born December 28, 1835 in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted October 3, 1861.  6 feet 1 inch tall.  Wounded in abdomen and captured at South Mountain on September 14, 1862.  Paroled on October 4 and exchanged on October 10, 1862 then admitted to Chimbarazo.  Furloughed 40 days on November 12, 1862.  Captured at Cashtown, Pennsylvania July 5, 1863 and sent  to Fort Delaware.  Released June 14, 1865 with residence as Marion County.  Resident of Kansas, Walker County, Alabama in 1907 Census.
Moses Tucker Pvt. On original muster list dated September 13, 1861.
E. G. Turman Pvt. Sick in Winchester Hospital in the November, 1862 muster.
L. D. Turman Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862.  Present at Andersonville in April, 1864.
Robert Turman Pvt. Enlisted April 15, 1863 and present at Andersonville.  Paroled on May 25, 1865 in Columbus, Mississippi.
Alexander Underwood Pvt. Enlisted February 4, 1862 in Virginia and died March 12, 1862.  Deceased claim filed by his father Jesse Underwood in February, 1863.
Henry C. Underwood Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Admitted to Chimbarazo on June 29, 1862 and transferred to the Danville, Virginia hospital on July 2, 1862 due to tuberculosis.  Given 60 day furlough on September 30, 1862.  Captured at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863 and sent to Fort Delaware.  Became ill and sent to Aikens Landing , Virginia for exchange on September 30, 1864.  Admitted to Howards Grove on October 7 and given 60 day furlough on October 18, 1864 to Marion County, Alabama.
John J. Underwood Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Died on April 7, 1862 in Wynn's Mill, Virginia.  This is a post around Yorktown.  According to reports there was a lot of sniping so it's possible he died that way.
W. P. Underwood Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 with no other record.
V. W. Van Hoozer Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Transferred to Farmville, Virginia Hospital from Chimbarazo.  Died October 31, 1862 in Marion County, Alabama while on furlough of Icterus (jaundice).  His widow Margaret Gentry applied for pension in Chickasaw County, Mississippi in 1916.
Green Berry Walker Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861.  Wounded at Chancellorsville May 2-3, 1863 and admitted to 2nd Alabama Hospital.  Recovered and present at Andersonville April, 1864.  His widow Sarah M. Walker applied for pension in Lauderdale County, Mississippi in 1924.
A. B. Warren Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and listed on Regimental returns of November and December, 1862 as being on leave.
D. S. Weaver Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and present at Andersonville April, 1864.
Joseph C. Weaver Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted March 17, 1862.  Admitted to Camp Winder Hospital on July 7, 1862 due to illness and returned to duty on July 29.  Killed in action at Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862 at age 25.  Deceased claim filed by widow Isabella L. Weaver on March 3, 1863 leaving 3 children.
Thomas William Webb Pvt. Born September 13, 1839 and enlisted September 13, 1861.  Detailed as pioneer late 1863 and present at Andersonville in April, 1864.  His grandson, who is still kicking, tells the story of how when he came back from the war his wife met him at the door with a gun and wouldn't let him in the house.  He had always had a full beard but he was now clean shaven and she didn't recognize him!  He died June 5, 1919 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
Thaddeus Walker Webb, Jr. Pvt. Enlisted January 18, 1862.  Died of unknown reasons June 17, 1862 and there was deceased claim filed by his father Thaddeus Webb on April 30, 1864.  Buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Section O, Grave #111 on the same day.
F. G. Westbrook Pvt. Enlisted September 3, 1861.  Wounded at Gettysburg with gunshot wound to thumb and admitted to #9 Hospital in Richmond on July 20 and then transferred to 2nd Alabama Hospital same day.  Later transferred to Howards Grove on August 5.  Returned to duty on September 9, 1863 and present at Andersonville.
J. W. Westbrook Pvt. Enlisted September 13, 1861 and according to local genealogist survived the war.

Letter from Captain James W. White, Company H, to Colonel O'Neal dated May 1, 1864

Colonel,

    I respectfully ask for leave of absence for (30) thirty days to visit my family in Marion County, Alabama.  It has been about 12 months since I have had a leave of absence and my family needs some attention.  I desire to go and see to their welfare as our county is near the line and liable to fall into the hands of the enemy at any time.  I pray this may meet with your approval.
I am very respectfully,
J. W. White
 

Letter to B. H. Terrell from Henry Glasscock, Pvt., Company H 

    I am here at Lynchburg with R. W. Terrell.  I have been sick with fever & diarrhea for about 3 months but I am getting well.  Now if get no back set I think that I will be well in a few days.  I would be glad to see you all.  Give my best respects to all.
Henry Glasscock
(
Killed in action at Boonesboro (South Mountain)
September 14, 1862)

Letter to Clark's from nephew John T. Meador, Pvt., Company H

A line to you aunt Bockie Clark,

    Dear Aunt you will be informed of the death of your Dear son William (William H. Clark, co. H) which I have not time right now to give you the particulars of & I will give you a statement of his illness so that you can fix up papers and receive his money he has pay due him from Oct. 3rd up to July 8th/62 for 9 months & 5 days at $11.00 per month also $20.00 for his six months clothing making in all $125.82.  He owes the government 31 cents leaves a balance due him $125.52c.  Fix up the papers according to the above statement & send them forthwith & I will try to collect the money & send it to you.  Nothing more but the remains of your nephew unto I am.
John T. Meador

Excerpt of letter from John W. Stanford to wife Nancy dated July 13, 1862

    Brother James is dead.  He died May the 21, 1862 at Chimbarazo Hospital,  Richmond, VA.  He was never well until he died.  He got worse every day from the time he left Tuscumbia, Ala.

Excerpts of letters between John W. Stanford and his wife Nancy

March 6, 1862
    My body is absent from you this day and many miles from thee but my heart is with you day and night.  Take good and special care of my loving and charming children.  Raise them up in the path of duty and the commandments that children should do.  Tell them I am standing in the defense of them and my darling and loving companion that is in a distant land from me this day.  I can't rite nor more.  May God protect you until we meet again.  This is from you husband and I will remain you husband until death.

January 4, 1862 (from Nancy to her husband)
    Hoping when this comes to hand it will find you well and doing well. I received your letter this evening which informs me of you afflictions.  I was in a dread to hear from you for I had heard you had give out on a march and was left and I think you had better come home until your health gets better- - -.  I am living by myself only as some of the children stays with me and that is a lonesome way of doing for me.  I would write more but I have not time at the present and God protect us through life and save us in death.  So nothing more at present only remains your affectionate wife until death.
Nancy J. Stanford
(Unknown to Nancy, her husband had died 6 days earlier)