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Theophilus Floyd appears on a muster roll dtd May 15, 1862 at Opelika as Pvt, Co H, 39th Ala inf Rgt; I had made
an earlier note that he was killed, but don't recall where the information came from.

Deo Vindice,

Homer


C. W. Rollings

Confederate Veteran; Feb 21, 1821- killed in train accident Sep 27, 1895; appreciate anything ref particulars
of the accident.  Homer

 The William Boswell that served as Pvt, Co F, 33d Ala; KIA Chickamauga, Ga Aug 20, 1863; mother Mary J. Boswell filed claim for effects.

Richard R. Coleman, age 24, farmer from Glennville, then Barbour now Russell; enlisted at Glennville in
Mar 1862 as Pvt, Co H, 15th Ala Inf Rgt (served earlier as Pvt, Co B, 1st Ala Inf Rgt); wounded at
Cold Harbor, Va Jun 27, 1862, died four days later; burial site unknown. 

Wiley M. Hall, age 26, a farmer from Midway, then Barbour now Bullock; enlisted at Midway in Jul 1861 as 2d
Corp, Co B, 15th Ala Inf Rgt; died of disease at Front Royal, Va Dec 25, 1861; buried Old Soldiers Cemetery,
Mt. Jackson, Va.

Thaddeus C. Harper, age 20, a farmer from Fort Browder; enlisted at Ft Browder in Jul 1861 as Pvt, Co B, 15th
Ala Inf Rgt; died of measles at Mt. Jackson, Va Dec 9, 1861; also buried Old Soldiers Cemetery.

Jackson Hicks (Hise), age 25, farmer from Indian Creek, then Barbour now Bullock; enlisted in Jul 1861 as Pvt,
Co B, 15th Ala Inf Rgt; died of disease at Mt. Jackson Nov 25, 1861; also Old Soldiers Cemetery.


Henry Fennell, age 20, a farmer from Pine Grove; enlisted at Midway, then Barbour, now Bullock 
in Jul 1861 as Pvt, Co B, 15th Ala Inf Rgt; died of disease at Warrenton, Va Dec 15,
1861; buried Manassas Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Va.

W.A. McGilvary, age 21, a farmer from Clayton; enlisted at Fort Browder in May 1861 as Pvt, Co D,
15th Ala Inf Rgt; died of disease at Warrenton, Va Jan 7, 1862; also buried Manassas Cemetery.

Benjamin F., Pvt, Eufaula Lgt Arty; Charles D., Pvt Co A, 1st Ala and later Eufaula Lgt Arty; Henry C., Capt, Co K of
the 15th and later Post Quarter Master at Eufaula; J.C., who was a Veteran.

The Morning Report for Co A, 45th Ala Inf Rgt of Mar 22, 1862 shows Pvt James M. Baker present, age 28;
enlisted by D.M. Seals Mar 10, 1862 at Clayton, receiving an enlistment bounty of $50.00; captured Franklin,
Tenn Nov 30, 1864; sent first to Louisville, Ky then to Camp Douglas Dec 6, 1864; discharged from Camp
Douglas Jun 18, 1865.

His grave is marked James M. Baker Co A 45 Ala C.S.A, no dates; shown at the Natl Achives as J.M. Baker;
Salem Baptist is on Dale CR 23, north of Skipperville.


Would anyone know anything about another Henry County Glover.

GLOVER, John B. (Private, Company B, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)

Colonel James D. Allen, 6th Alabama Infantry
1115 Adams
Missouri City, Texas  77489
Voice:(281) 499-2572 FAX: (281) 261-8020
http://home.att.net/~al_6th_inf/


Thomas J. Burke, 1844-k. Cold Harbor, Va. Sep 27, 1862 while serving as Pvt.,
Co B, 15th Ala Inf..  Regt. thought to have lived at Spring Hill prior to the war; who
were his parents? anything appreciated.

Homer

Records indicate that Daniel P., David S., Jacob K., and Larkin
Weaver were killed in the W B T S; were they brothers? unconfirmed
source states sons of Absolom and Mary H. Weaver; anything
at all appreciated.
Homer

The following Thomas Confederate soldiers are interred at Oak Hill Cemetery, Union Springs:

G.Y., Nov 24, 1820-Oct 2, 1877; Pvt, Co B, 23d Ala Inf Rgt.

William H., Oct 7, 1835-Nov 4, 1910; b. Talbot County, Ga; Pvt, Co E, 4th Bn, Hilliard's Legion and in Nov 1863
transferred to Co E, 23d Bn, Ala Sharpshooters.

These at Bethel Presbyterian Church
Cemetery, south of Union Springs.

Lorenzo, no dates; Pvt, Co B, 23d Ala Inf Rgt.

Jordan G., no dates; Pvt, Co C, 1st Ala Inf Rgt and later Pvt, Co B, 53d
Ala Cav Rgt.

This one at Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery, north of Midway; church no longer there; do not know if the
remains were returned or not.

John S., d. Dec 23, 1862, age 35; Pvt, Co H, 45th Ala Inf Rgt.


Dr. Edmund Sheppard of Eufaula, b. Feb 28, 1791 in New Jersey, d.
Mar 24, 1874 at Eufaula; enlisted at Eufaula Jun 20, 1861 as Pvt., Co
K, 15th Ala Inf..  Rgt, age 70; can anyone provide parents and wife
for this true Confederate Soldier?  CWBSLocator@webtv.net (Homer JONES)


EMAIL: CWBSLocator@webtv.net
DATE: Mar 21 2000

A few more Barbour Smith's while I'm at it:

Canneth L., Pvt.., Co B, 1st Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 22.

Caleb, Pvt.., Co H, 1st Ala Inf.. Regt.; no age given.

Turner, Pvt.., Co A, 1st Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 20.

A.G., Pvt.., Eufaula Light Arty; no age given.

James D., Pvt.., Co K, 15th Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 40, a mechanic.

John N., Pvt., Co H, 15th Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 22, a farmer.

Joshua L., Pvt.., Co H, 15th Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 19, a farmer.

____? Smith, Pvt.., Co H, 15th Ala Inf.. Regt.; age 18, a farmer.

Bennett, Pvt., Co H, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt; no age given.

Harry, Pvt., Co E, 7th Ala Inf. Rgt; no age given.

James F., Pvt., Co E, 7th Ala Inf. Rgt; no age given.

W. A., Pvt., Co E, 7th Ala Inf. Rgt; no age given.

Harry, James F. and W. A. probably served later in Co H, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt, if they survived until May 1862.

Here's an oldie from Barbour: Jacob Smith, Pvt., Eufaula Home Reserves; age 59 on roll dated Aug 1, 1863.

Joseph C. Green, 1834-Nov 1, 1906; enl Mar 15, 1862 at Clayton as Pvt.,
Co K, 29th Ala Inf. Rgt, age 29; he was captured at Salisbury, NC Apr
12, 1865 and imprisoned at Camp Chase; released Jun 13, 1865; buried
Behasaida, west of Clayton. Newton J. Glover: Pvt., "Eufaula
Minute Men" (a local home guard
unit commanded by Capt John
Hardy), age or dates shown.

Ed E. Glover: 2d Corp, Lee's Co, Ala Volunteers (also home guard
commanded by Capt Lovard Lee, Jr) Ed listed as being age 46 on
muster roll dated Oct 1863.

Page Floyd is shown on the muster roll for the "Barbour Rangers" (also
home guards) as Corp, age 45; the date on the roll May 30, 1862 under
the command of Capt J. W. Mabry.

One William Booth, b. Henry County Aug 5, 1832, d. Geneva County Aug
28, 1916; enlisted at Clayton Mar 10, 1862 as Pvt., Co A, 45th Ala Inf. Rgt;
buried Earlytown Church of Christ Cemetery, west of Samson, Geneva
County

Asa F. Beasley enlisted at Clayton Mar 10, 1862 as Pvt., Co A, 45th Ala
Inf.  Rgt, promoted to Sgt; captured at Franklin, Tenn. Dec 17, 1864; d.
as POW Feb 1, 1865.

John L. McNair enlisted at Clayton Mar 27, 1862 as Pvt., Co A, 45th Ala
Inf. Rgt, age 26; d. May 5, 1863; wife Sarah McNair filed claim for effects
of the deceased Jun 13, 1863.


Randolph W. Wellborn, enlisted at Eufaula Jun 1, 1861 as Pvt., Co K,
15th Ala Inf.  Rgt, age 18; promoted  to Sgt, killed at Chickamauga, GA
Sep 20, 1863.

Frank B. Calloway of Midway, then Barbour now Bullock County enlisted
Jul 3, 1861 as Pvt., Co B, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt, age 22; killed at Suffolk, Va May
1, 1863

Daniel Hartzog, age 27, a farmer of Clayton enlisted May 3, 1861 at Fort
Browder as Pvt., Co D, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa in
Jul 1863, died in enemy hands.

Dennis P. Kinney a native Irishman, age 25; a mason by trade, enlisted
at Eufaula Jun 20, 1861 as Pvt., Co K, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; killed at Cross Keys,
Va. Jun 8, 1862.

Harris D. Lampley, age 28 elected Capt Co A, 45th Ala Inf. Rgt Mar 27,
1862; promoted to Maj. then Col; killed near Atlanta, Ga. Aug 24, 1864;
remains returned and interred in the Louisville Methodist Church Cemetery,
Barbour County.

Henry A. Young enlisted at Eufaula Feb 26, as Pvt., Eufaula Light Artillery;
killed in railroad accident at Chunky Bridge, Miss Feb 19, 1863; remains
returned and interred at Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula.


Stephen L. Floyd  Pvt., Co F, 1st Ala Inf. Rgt
and a William M. Floyd served as Pvt., Co B, 41st Ala Inf. Rgt; 

Homer  CWBSLocator@webtv.net


John J. Floyd, Nov 1, 1843-Jul 25, 1881; Pvt., Co F, 37th Ala Inf. Rgt; buried Salem Church Cemetery,
off State Road 51 north of Louisville at Hobdy; Page, Sep 26, 1816-Apr 16, 1907 is buried at Pleasant Plains Church Cemetery, County Road 53 south of Clayton.


Henry W. Barrow, Pvt., Co I, 4th Rgt, Ala Reserves (Senior); age 48, grey eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 6'; enlisted at Clayton by a Capt Ervin May 17, 1864; there was a J. M. Barrow, Pvt., Co H, 4th Rgt, Ala Reserves but I have nothing
further than that.

Elijah Hudson, 1843-1878 is buried in the McDonald Cemetery which is on the Perry Dykes place, north
of Skipperville; the cemetery, or what is left of it, is in a plowed field in a Chinaberry grove; I think he served in the war as Pvt., Co's D and C, 12th Ala Cav. Rgt; as far as how to get to it, I could show it it to you but doubt you could find
it otherwise.


James T. Kindall, Nov 11, 1826-Sep 14, 1892 served in the WBTS as Pvt., "Eufaula Minute Men"; enlisted at Eufaula Mar 30, 1863; appearss on the muster roll Jun 30, 1863 at Fort Cobb, Aplachicola River. 

CWBSLocator@webtv.net


J. Mc L. McRae, 1838-1901; Pvt., Co B, 1st Ala Inf. Rgt/Pvt., Eufaula Light Arty/
Capt, Co H, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt/Maj, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt; m. Amma Williams.

John S. Thomas, Pvt, Co H, 45th Ala Inf Rgt; d. Dec 23, 1862; m.
Amanda M., 1836-1906; Fellowship Church Cemetery, N of Midway.

 

George P. Cook, May 1, 1824-Jun 1, 1909; Pvt, Co K, 29th Ala Inf Rgt; does
not appear in the Rgtl History, but is at Natl, so I have nothing other than a name, rank and unit; w. Mrs G.P.,
d. 1900; grave marked George Perry Co, Co K, 29 Ala; rechecked my survey sheet and he is at Bethsaida.

John H. Dent, Capt, Co G, 5th Ala Inf Rgt; 1840-d. aboard Confederate Steamship Coqutte Jul 15, 1864,
buried near Smithfield, NC; s/o John H. and Mary E. Dent; not totally sure about his unit (5th Ala)
and do not know who he married; memorial marker at Clayton City Cemetery.


Alfred A. Couric, Feb 20, 1843-Dec 17, 1917 served first as Pvt, Co B,
1st Ala Inf Rgt and later as Corp, Eufaula Lgt Arty; probably son of Charles Couric; m. Sallie McLeroy,
1850-1900; buried in the Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula


The 7th Ala was a 12 month's rgt organized at Pensacola, Fla in May 1861; it was unique in thatit contained 2 cav co's and 8 of inf; it was disbanded in Apr 1862; Ordnance Sgt Green J. Grubbs served in Co E of the 7th; he next shows as Pvt G.J. Grubbs, Co D, 53d Ala Partisan Rangers; the 53d was in reality the 53d Ala Mtd Inf Rgt and also called the 53d Ala
Cav Rgt; believe me, this is the same soldier; Worthy J. also served in Co E of the 7th and later as 1st Lt, Co B, 4th Bn, Ala Cav and still later as Lt, Co I, Jeff Davis Legion Cav, Phillips Ga Legion, JEB Stuart's Cav Corps, Army of Northern Va;
Frank M. Grubbs, also of Barbour was in Co E of the 7th and later in Co H of the 39th at age 20; not widely
known, but  was common for men toserve in more than one unit during the war.   

William A. McTyer, no dates; Capt, Eufaula Light Artillery; appears first as 1st Lt on muster roll dated Feb 9,1861, for  Co B, 1st Ala Inf Rgt, age 23; later shown as Capt Eufaula Lgt Arty; two sets of records at the Natl Archives; m. Terese W. Hunter; buried Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula.

There was a Thomas R. McTyer who served first as Pvt, Co B, 1st Ala Inf Rgt and later as Sgt, Eufaula
Light Artillery; he was from Barbour, but have nothing further; possibly did not survive the war? he also has
two sets of records at Natl; shown on the 1st Ala muster roll as age 18, Feb 9, 1861.


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John T. Smith, 1830-1889, Co A, 5th Ala Inf. Rgt is buried Belcher Bethel Church Cemetery, off SR 131 at Baker Hill; Moses E. Smith, Sep 23, 1836-Aug 24, 1893/ w. Nancy Ann, 1840-1896; Lehman David Lee, Jun  7, 1849-Jan 7, 1936; w. Margie Antnett, 1851-1917; all the above at
Belcher Bethel Church Cemetery.

Joseph H.: Pvt., Co A, 5th Bn Cav. , Hilliard's Legion; later a part of the
10th Confederate Cav.  Regt.

J.E.: Pvt., Co G, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; co G was from Henry.

J.H.: Pvt., Co H, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt; co H was from Barbour; he does not show
on the initial roll at Opelika May 1862, but could have enlisted later.

W.F.: Pvt., Co E, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; co E was from Dale; enlisted Mar 3, 1862,
age 26; d. of disease Gordonsville, Va May 3, 1862.

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Joseph H.: Pvt., Co A, 5th Bn Cav, Hilliard's Legion; later a part of the
10th Confederate Cav Regt.

J.E.: Pvt., Co G, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; co G was from Henry.

J.H.: Pvt., Co H, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt; co H was from Barbour; he does not show
on the initial roll at Opelika May 1862, but could have enlisted later.

W.F.: Pvt., Co E, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; co E was from Dale; enlisted Mar 3, 1862, 
age 26; d. of disease Gordonsville, Va May 3, 1862.

John C. Beasley, Oct 23, 1823-Feb 8,1864; I have found record of a John C.
Beasley, a farmer from Midway, age 26; the rgtl also shows John C. Beasley
as being age 26, and died in 1863; my question: does anyone have any record that could help me sort this out? as we all know, when dealing w/ records of
this sort, some played fast and loose  with dates and ages...anything at all,
would be greatly appreciated; a T.S. Beasley, age 23 enlisted with John C.
but I can account for him in Calhoun County, early 1900's
CWBSLocator@webtv.net

Reply to query from Ondelake@aol.com
James Beasley died in Barbour Cnty ca.1836/37.His wife may have been 
Elizabeth. Administrators  for his estate were F. W. Pugh, Elizabeth Beasley, Joshua, and John C., and William Beasley.
Heirs of the estate were 
1.John C
2.Francis Green Beasley
3.Elefar Beasley
4.Jane Beasley.
The last 3 were minors and half brothers and sisters of John C.
In 1831 John G. Beasley Patented land between Clayton and Louisville, near 
Pratts.
John G. b.17 May 1782 probably in Anson N.C. d. 18 July 1883
John Edison Beasley b.ca.1850 Al
Barbara G. Beasley b. 24 Sept.1831 Al. d. ca. 1905 m. John C. Beasley 12 May 
1850.
He was b.23 Oct. 1823 N.C. d. 8 Feb. 1864.They are both buried in Beasley 
Cemetery. John C. may have been the son of James Beasley Who d. 1836/37.
John G. Beasley b. 10 Apr. 1854 d.24 July 1870- Buried in family cemetery.

John W. Beasley-b. 2. Dec. 1836 d. 5. Sept 1903. M. Martha Long in 1867.She was b.20 Mar. 1844 Al. d. 16 July 1908.They are buried in Beasley family cemetery.


W.T. Helms, Aug 12, 1838-Sep 15, 1915; b. Union Cou, NC, resided at
Clio in 1907; stated in the census he served in Co D, 39th Ala Inf. Rgt,
but records show Pvt., Co D, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; there was a William
Helms who served in Co C 39th.  m. Milbera S., 1846-1923; buried
Sykes Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, SR 10, east of Clio.

Abram Helms, Nov 20, 1816-Aug 28, 1880; Pvt., Co I, 4th Rgt, Ala Reserves;
enlisted 5/15/64, age 48; blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5' 9" tall.
buried Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, CR 10, south of Blue Springs.

There was Joel P. Helms and William S. Helms, sons of Abraham and Nancy
Helms; both served in Co K 29th Ala Inf. Rgt; both survived the war; Joel
d. in Barbour and William d. in Henry County.


Response to Helms above:

W. T. HELMS was William Thomas HELMS, son of Hilliard HELMS and Mahala --?-- (recently saw her identified as RICHARDSON). His wife was Milbra Sophina HELMS, daughter of John HELMS and Hollie CHANEY (my 3rd great-grandparents).

Hilliard HELMS, private, Co. I, 4th Reserves (Cpt. John E. Adkinson's Co.).
Mustered in 16 Oct 1864. Blue eyes, dark hair, 5' 11". Residence: Barbour
Co., AL. Father of William Thomas HELMS (above).

John Jackson HELMS, son of John HELMS and Hollie CHANEY, served as a private in Co. A, 45th AL Inf.. B. 21 Sep 1838, Barbour Co., AL; d. 1922 in Houston Co., LA. Buried at Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Pansey, Houston Co., AL.  Married to Frances Ann DEES. (My second great-grandparents).

Joel Sim (or Sims) HELMS, b. 30 Oct 1842, Barbour Co., AL; d. bef. 6 Jun
1864. Served as a private in Co., A, 45th AL Inf.. Body claimed on 6 Jun 1864
by his widow Rachel S HELMS (nee TOMBLIN). Brother of John Jackson HELMS.

William Madison HELMS, b. 29 Dec 1835. Marr. Rebecca MOONYEHAM, 6 Apr 1863.  May have served in the war. Not located in the 1870 U.S. Census. Not mentioned in the petition against his father's estate (nor are his own heirs,
if any). Brother of John Jackson HELMS.

George Washington HELMS, b. 12 Jan 1840, Barbour Co., AL. Marr. Mary Ann TOMBLIN. Not enumerated in the 1870 Census (Barbour Co., AL). Son, George W. (b. Jul 1862) enumerated in household of John and Hollie (CHANEY) HELMS. [I thought I had looked at his military service records, but don't see record of it.]

Abram Helms, Nov 20, 1816-Aug 28,
1880; Pvt., Co I, 4th Rgt, Ala Reserves;
enlisted 5/15/64, age 48; blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5' 9" tall. buried Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, CR 10, south of Blue Springs.

There was Joel P. Helms and William
 S. Helms, sons of Abraham and Nancy Helms; both served in Co K 29th Ala
 Inf. Rgt; both survived the war; Joel d. in Barbour and William d. in Henry
 County.

Joel Pinkney HELMS, captured at Nashville, 15 Dec 1864. Forwarded to
Louisville, KY, 17 Jan 1865. Sent to Camp Chase, OH. Took oath of allegiance
13 Jun 1865. Stated he was 18 years of age and home was Barbour Co., AL. 
Florid complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 5". Wounded 15 Dec 1864 by
cannon ball. Received treatment. Son of Abraham (Abram HELMS above) and
Nancy --?--

William S. HELMS was William Saunders HELMS; other Info. as shown above. At
the time I was looking at HELMS military records at the Nat'l Archives, I
apparently didn't look at William's record cards.

-- Karon


Calvin Spurlock served as a Pvt. in the Barbour Light Artillery.

George W. was a Corp in Co K, 15th Ala Inf. Rgt; died of disease at
Richmond, Va May 7, 1863.

James A. was a Pvt. in Co K also; killed Knoxville, Tenn Nov 25, 1863.

D.A. from Glenville served as Pvt., Co H, 15th Ala; this is David,
wounded at Cold Harbour, Va Mar 10, 1862 died seven days later.

R.S., think he was called Raz also in Co K of the 15th.

Green, Pvt., Co H of the 15th; died of disease in Va May 1, 1862 less
than 3 months after enlisting.

M. R. also served in Co K of the 15th.

Confederate Cemetery, Tullahoma.



G. W. Barksdale, Pvt., Co C, 45th Ala;
d. 4/10/63.

James A. Campbell, Pvt., Co D, 39th Ala;
d. 11/11/62.

John D. Condry, Pvt., Co G, 39th Ala;
d. 11/13/62.

James M. Howard, Pvt., Co C, 45th Ala;
d. 4/25/63.

John W. Nolin, Pvt., Co F, 39th Ala;
d. 11/18/62.

Richard L. Williams, Pvt., Co F, 39th la;
d. 11/9/62.

John Williams, Pvt., Co F, 39th Ala;
d. 11/18/62.

Mathew Walter Gilmore, 1843-1918
is buried in the Enterprise City Cemetery

Alexander D. McKinnon, 1844-1919; would have enlisted around Jan 1863 as Pvt, Co B, 57th Ala Inf Rgt; near
the end of the war his Co became Co G, 27th Ala Inf; he surrendered with Co G of the 27th May 1, 1865
in Greensboro, NC; the records do not show that the 57th or 27th Ala
ever served in Va; buried Pea River Presbyterian Church Cemetery, just north of Clio.

I find two C.W. Hicks; the first served as Sgt, Co H, 3d Bn, Ala Reserves;
to have served w/ that unit he would have been quite young or older; Since
he held the rank of Sgt, I would think he was was older, in the 45 plus area;
the other C.W. Hicks served as Pvt, Co D, 3d Bn, Hilliard's Legion; the
Legion was disbanded in Nov 1863 after an earlier battle at Chickamauga,
Ga where the Legion lost about fifty- percent of its men; upon disbandment,
the men were transferred to either the 59th or 60th Ala Inf rgts or the 23d Bn,
Ala Sharpshooters; I do find him in any of the three, so its possible that he did
not survive Chickamauga or was too badly injured and could not continue
to serve; C.W. or Charles W. Hicks is not recorded as being buried in present day Pike County

The 7th Ala Inf Rgt was a 12 month
rgt and after enlistments expired in
Apr or May 1862, it was disbanded;
a number of those from Barbour who
had served in the 7th, re-enlisted in
the 39th Ala Inf Rgt; the following
men of the McKinnon line appear
on a muster rolled for Co C, 39th
Ala Inf Rgt dtd May 15, 1862 at
Opelika, Ala: Daniel M., age 20,
Daniel N., age 25 and John S.,
age 23; near the end of the war,
the 39th Ala was consolidated w/
other rgts and those who had served
in Co C of the 39th were transferred
to Co H of the 22d Ala; only one,
John S. was present to surrender
in NC in May 1865.



Deo Vindice,

Homer

 

 


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