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Davis, Elijah S.

Private Co. C
Corporal Co. I

Co. Musician

Wounded in stomach
Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records



Florence, Thomas W.

Private / Sergeant
Company E
Harris County
"Chattahoochee Guards"

Wounded August 31, 1864
Jonesboro, Ga.
Died October 27, 1864
Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA


Barbiere's Cavalry Battalion, Alabama Reserves
Capt. Thomas K. Truss' Co.

Franklin, Green Berry

Private

Stationed at Wilsonville, AL.

Included in the surrender of
Lt. General Richard Taylor,
Citronelle, AL, May 4, 1865.
Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records



Glass, Manson

Private Co. C.
"Cahaba Valley Rangers"

Enlisted at Cedar Grove, 1861

Wounded,
shot through right thigh,
September 19, 1863,
Chicamauga, TN.
Taken to Lumpkin Hospital,
Rome GA.

Paroled, Newton NC,
April 19, 1865
Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records


50th Alabama Infantry
McCormack, Carrol D.

Private, Co. E.
"Limestone Rebels"

Wounded in the back
April 6, 1862, at Shiloh
Sent to hospital in Columbus
and Enterprise MS.

Was put on list of deserters
while still in hospital.
Rejoined unit November 1862
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Mitcham, John A.

Private Co. A
Upson County
"Upson Sentinels"


Named son after Robert E. Lee.

Surrendered at Greensboro, NC,
April 26, 1865



Price, Quintus S.

Private Co. G.
"Huie Guards"

Captured Petersburg, VA,
April 3, 1865

Released Point Lookout, MD,
June 17, 1865



Rich, James M.

Private Co. D
"Ashville Blues"

Regimental Teamster
Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records


Col. William Wirt Adams, 1st Confederate Cavalry

Rivers, Joel M. M.

Private

Wounded at Shiloh,
discharged 1862.
Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records


4th Georgia Reserves
Sistrunk, Thomas W.

Private, Co. A/F

Contracted Dysentery, September 1864,
died February 14, 1865


9th Alabama Infantry
Stewart, George H.

Private/Corporal Co. F


Enlisted June 4, 1861, Athens, AL.

Wounded, Salem Church,
May 6, 1863
Gun Shot to the Head

Wounded, sent to Gen. Hospital
Howard's Grove, Va August 2, 1864
Given 45 day furlough to
Lowndes Co., AL
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? Georgia Reserves
Wilson, T. W. T.



Wright, Jacob

Private Co. K

Captured at Vicksburg,
wounded at Missionary Ridge
and discharged 1864.
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Relatives

21st Alabama Infantry
Barnes, Asa D.
(Half brother of Lewis Dewitt Barnes)
Private Co. C
21st Alabama Infantry
Enlisted March 7, 1863

Died, Hospital, Choctaw Bluff, AL
May 11, 1863

Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records


Caldwell, William Daniel
(Brother-in-law of R. C. Swygert)
Private, Co. K,
55th Georgia Infantry
Detached service Co. A,
Andersonville, Ga,
February 26, 1864.

Cato, James William
(Brother-in-law of John A. Mitcham)
Private, Co. A,
46th Georgia Infantry
"Upson Sentinels"
Private May 1, 1862.
Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. September 20, 1863.
Died of disease at Thomaston, Ga. July 17, 1864.

Cato, Stephen Frank
(Brother-in-law of John A. Mitcham)
Private, Co. A,
46th Georgia Infantry
"Upson Sentinels"
Private August 7, 1863.
Died at Manassas, Va. April 12, 1864

Florence, James T.
(Twin Brother of Thomas W. Florence)
Private, Co. (new) A,
60th Georgia Infantry
"Anthony Grays"

(Company E, 2nd Battalion NC Infantry)
Captured Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863.

Died Fort Delaware, DE, October 27, 1863


Gable, Noah W.
(Brother-in-law of T. W. T. Wilson)
Private, Co. G,
53rd Georgia Infantry
"Georgia Rebels"
Private April 30,1862.
Appointed Hospital Steward March 1863.
Captured near Knoxville, Tenn. December 3,1863.
Released at Johnson's Island, Oh. June 20,1865.

Gates, Conrad E.
(Brother-in-law of Jacob Wright)
Private, Co. K, 23rd Alabama Infantry
Private September 27, 1861, Montgomery Ala.
Captured December 24, 1864, Franklin, Tenn.
Discharged May 1865.

Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records

McCormack, Albert M.
(Brother of Carrol D. McCormack)
Private, Co. F, 9th Alabama Infantry
Enlisted March 12, 1862 by Capt. Hobbs
Wounded, captured, parolled, Nov. 1862
General Hospital, Petersburgh, VA
Returned home

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McCormack, Arthur C.
(Brother of Carrol D. McCormack)
Private, Co. A, 9th Alabama Infantry(?)
Pension received by widow L. J. McCormack, 1905

Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records

McCormack, James
(Brother of Carrol D. McCormack)
Alabama Infantry ?

Mitcham, James W.
(Brother of John A. Mitcham)
Private, Co. A,
46th Georgia Infantry
"Upson Sentinels"
Died at Dalton, Ga. December 31, 1863

Neal, Benjamin F.
(Nephew of Quintus S. Price)
Private, Co. G,
44th Georgia Infantry
"Huie Guards"

Wounded, shot in left arm,
Mechanicsville, VA

Surrendered, Appomatox, VA
April 9, 1865


Philen, Madison
(Brother of Laura Ann Philen)
Private, Co. F/H,
62nd Alabama Infantry

Captured at Blakely (near Spanish Fort)
and sent to Ship Island.

paroled at Natches.
Taken to Black Rock and walked home.

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Rich, John
(Brother of James M. Rich)
Private, Co. D,
25th Alabama Infantry

Regimental Teamster

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Rich, William
(Brother of James M. Rich)
Private, Co. D,
25th Alabama Infantry

POW Rock Island, Ill

Rivers, Euphrates
(Brother of Joel M. M. Rivers)
Private, Co. G,
7th Alabama Cavalry

Died circa 1864

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Rivers, Hinchey P., Jr.
(Brother of Joel M. M. Rivers)
Private, Co. C,
Murphy's Battalion Cavalry
(Co. H, 15th Alabama Cavalry)

Alabama Confederate Service & Pension Records

Smith, Jesse
(Brother of Missouri A. Smith)
Private/Corporal, Co. K,
23rd Alabama Infantry
Died 1865

Sistrunk, Thomas L.
(Son of Thomas W. Sistrunk,
Half-brother of G. W. Sistrunk)
Private, Co. (new) A,
60th Georgia Infantry
"Anthony Grays"

(Company E, 2nd Battalion NC Infantry)
Died White Sulphur Springs, VA,
December 14, 1861

Stewart, James N.
(Brother of George H. Stewart)
Private, Co. F,
9th Alabama Infantry
Enlisted, June 4, 1861 at Athens, AL

Assigned extra duty, Foard Hospital,
Ringgold, GA, June 1 - 30, 1863

Wounded, sent to Gen. Hospital,
Howard's Grove, VA, May 24, 1864.
Died, Typhoid, May 26, 1864.

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Summers, William R.
(Son-in-law of Quintus S. Price)
Private, Co. D,
19th Georgia Infantry
"Senoia Infantry"
Wounded in hip at Mechanicsville, Va., June 26, 1862.
Furloughed from General Hospital at Howard's
Grove, Richmond, Va., July 5 to 25, 1862.

Wounded at Ocean Pond, Fl. February 20, 1864.

Paid at Atlanta, Ga. April 20, 1864.


Swygert, Emanuel Zeddo
(Uncle of R. C. Swygert)
1st Lieutenant, Co. C,
15th South Carolina Infantry
"Lexington Guards"
Died, November 7, 1861
Fort Wagner, Hilton Head Island, SC

Swygert, Morgan Govan
(Brother of R. C. Swygert)
Co. A, 41st Georgia Infantry
Wounded Perryville, Ky. October 8, 1862.
Surrendered Greensboro, NC, April 26, 1865.

Wilson, James R. C.
(Brother of T. W. T. Wilson)
1st Sergeant, Co. B,
13th Georgia Infantry
"Meriwether Volunteers"
Brigade forage master September 7, 1862
Captured and paroled at Hartwell, GA, May 19, 1865.

Wilson, John P.
(Brother of T. W. T. Wilson)
Killed, January 10, 1862.

Wright, Daniel Robert
(Brother of Jacob Wright)
Co. E, 46th Alabama Infantry
Captured at Champion Hill,
Vicksburg, MS, May 16, 1863.

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Other Relatives


Davis

The following list is from the Davis family tree from "Ancestors and Kin" by Mary Kennedy Reynolds
Davis, Charles L.
Private, Co. K, 23rd Alabama Infantry
paroled Salisbury, NC, May 5, 1865

Davis, Dawson
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
enlisted March 1862,
died August 14, 1862, age 17.

Davis, Howard C.
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
enlisted April 2, 1862
Yellow Bluff, AL
sick, June 11, 1862
General Hospital, Mobile
wounded, discharged March 15, 1865,
Livingston, AL

Davis, Robert T.
Lieutenant (resigned) / Private,
Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
enlisted 1862, Mobile
wounded in arm, admitted to Floyd House
and Ocmulgee Hospitals,
Macon, GA, July 29, 1864
paroled June 2, 1865, Demopolis, AL

Davis, William E.
Private, Co. D, 38th Alabama Infantry
enlisted March 1862,
POW May 1865,
paroled Livingston, AL, May 12, 1865.

Davis, William M.
Private, Co. K, 23rd Alabama Infantry

enlisted September 22, 1862
Montgomery, AL
captured Vicksburg, MS
paroled Salisbury, NC, May 5, 1865

Franklin

The following list is from the Franklin family tree as researched by Carolyn Moering
Franklin, David W.
Private, Co. B, 10th Alabama Infantry

Enlisted March 18, 1862, Elyton
Battles
Seige of Yorkstown, April 1862
Seven Pines, VA., May 31, 1862

Franklin, Hosekial
Private, Co. A, 40th Alabama Infantry
enlisted March 17, 1862
Gaston, Alabama
Killed ~1864

Franklin, Isaiah W.
Private, Co. C, 20th Alabama Infantry
"In Articulo Mortis"
August 1, 1863
General Hospital, Selma, Ala

Franklin, Jacob N.
Killed ~1864

Franklin, James L.
Private, Co. C, 48th Alabama Infantry
Enlisted April 7, 1862,
Warenton
Died June 1862,
Millington, North Carolina

Franklin, Thomas
? Co. K, Killed, Shiloh

Franklin, Thomas J.
Private, Co. G, 18th Alabama Infantry
enlisted July 7, 1861,
Jonesboro, Al
Battles
Shiloh - April 6, 1862,
Blackland, Perryville - October, 1862,
Chickamauga - September 19-20, 1863,
Missionary Ridge - November 25, 1863,
Lookout Mountain - November 24, 1863,
Ringgold - November 27, 1863,
Rocky Face Ridge - February 25, 1864
captured at Cassville, GA,
May 20, 1864;
died: September 2, 1864;
chronic diarrhea
Buried, Rock Island, Ill

Franklin, William
Killed ~1864

Smith, Edmond Cape
Private, Co. H, 28th Alabama Infantry

Enlisted September 1, 1863
Captured Missionary Ridge,
November 25, 1863
POW Rock Island, IL.
Paroled, June 15, 1865
Talladega, Alabama

Smith, Jacob Gore
Private, Co. H, 28th Alabama Infantry
Enlisted March 17 or 24, 1862
Shelby Springs, Shelby County, Alabama by
Col. J. W. Frazier
Paroled June 15, 1865
Talladega, Alabama.

Kirk

The following list is from the "Journal of W. R. Kirk"
Brasell, Eli
(Brother-in-law of W. R. Kirk)
Private, Co. B, 21st Alabama Infantry
enlisted Wilcox, Co.,
October 18, 1862
Captured at Fort Gaines
August 8, 1864;
died of pneumonia, Ship Island
November 29, 1864

Kirk, Calvin Cellars
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
W. R. Kirk's Journal says
"Killed at battle of Chickamauga"
CSA Records say
"Captured, POW, paroled Selma, June 1865"

Kirk, James J.
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
Joined Winter 1862
Captured at Missionary Ridge,
November 25, 1863
died December 21, 1863,
POW at Rock Island Ill.

Kirk, John M.
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
Wounded, captured near Nashville,
December 15, 1864
died March 27, 1865,
POW Camp Chase, Ohio.

Kirk, Oliver H. P.
Sergeant, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry

Captured near Atlanta, July 22, 1864
and held as POW
at Camp Chase Ohio for 7 months.

Kirk, William R.
Chaplain
Clarke Co. Guards
90 day Volunteers
Joined March 1862
Stationed at Halls Mills and Mobile.

Southall, William
(Half brother of W. R. Kirk)
Private, Co. C (later I), 6th Alabama Infantry
Killed at battle of Seven Pines.

Lowery

The following list is from the Lowery family tree as researched by Winton W. Lowery
Lowery, Andrew Madison
Finnegan's Florida Regiment

Lowery, David
Enlisted Cedar Grove, July 24, 1861
Captured Cassville, GA, May 19, 1864
Died POW Rock Island, IL., July 24, 1864
Congestion of the brain.

Lowery, David L.
Co. B, 23rd Alabama Infantry

Lowery, Newton R.
Co. D, 30th Alabama Infantry
Died POW Camp Morton, IN.,
August 25, 1864, Dysentery

Lowery, Richard H.
Co. D, 30th Alabama Infantry
Died disease, January 6, 1863

Lowery, William R.
Co. B, 23rd Alabama Infantry

Philen, Walker

The following list is from the Philen and Walker family trees as researched by Dan L. Philen
Kimbrough, William T.
(Brother-in-law of Laura Philen)
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry

Captured near Nashville,
December 17, 1864
POW Camp Chase, Ohio
paroled Demopolis, June 2, 1865

Walker, Addison Arthur
Private, Co. K, 7th Alabama Cavalry
Engagements: Navy Yard, Florida, 1863/04/00,
Johnsonville, Tennessee, 1864/10/00,
Columbia, Tennessee, 1864/11/26,
Springhill, Tennessee, 1864/11/27,
Franklin, Tennessee, 1864/11/00,
Nashville, Tennessee, 1864/12/10 - 1864/12/16.

Walker, William Jackson
Private, Co. B, 38th Alabama Infantry
Died POW Camp Morton, IN
February 3, 1865
Buried, Crown Hill Cemetery
Indianapolis, IN