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Wellborn's Alabama Mounted Volunteers

Field and Staff

Name of Soldier, Rank, Variant Spelling, 
Editor's Correction & See Also

Currie, Hugh, Ass't Sugeon
Currie, John, Adjt.
Curtis, John Jr. Bugler
Hunt, William W., Jr., Drum Major
Shackelford, Charles I., Ass't Surgeon
Torrence, D.A., Sergt. Major, (correction and see also) Wellborn's
Wellborn, Levi T., Surgeon
Wellborn, William, Colonel
Young, Benjamin, Major, (correction and see also) Brodaux
Chandler, L., Private (shown as a member of Wellborn's Mtd. Vol's, but no
company listed)

end of list

Jesse J., Jr: enl Mar 1, 1862 as Pvt
Co C, age 22; lost on retreat from
Murfreesboro, Tenn Jan 6, 1863.

William: enl Mar 1, 1862 as Pvt,
Co C, age 34; hospital Tunnel
Hill, Ga, May 15, 1863-Jul 8, 1863,
debilitis; wounded Nashville retreat
and captured; wife Elizabeth.

George W.: enl Mar 1, 1862 as Pvt,
Co C, age 17; s/o Mark Moseley;
decease claim by Attorney Thomas
H. Watts Mar 4, 1863.
Homer

The following is an incomplete list
list of Confederate soldiers who
died in The Conscript Hospital at
Camp Watts, Ala, 1862-1863:

Abercrombie, John: Co N, 26th Tex.
Acton, Albert: Co C, 26th Ark.
Alexander, J.A.: 24th Tenn.
Bowling, W.: Co A, 7th Ark
Campbell, Sam: Co G, 6th Ark.
Ellis, W.B.: 5th Ark.
Ellison, G.R.: Co B, 6th Ark.
Gardner, William: Co D, 7th Ark.
Johnson, S.C.: Co C, 9th Ark.
Lassater, J.W.: 8th Ark.
Leonard, T.C.: Co I, 8th Ark.
Nelson, P..: Pnifer's Ban.
Perry, Joseph E.: Co H, 1st Tex.
Simpson, T.B.: Co K, 8th Ark.
Thorn, Ed: Co I, 1st Tex.
York, J.L.: Co I, 2d Ark.

Camp Watts deaths continued:

Arnold, George W.: Capt, Co D, 57th
Ala.
Bethea, Theodore: Lt, Co E, 62d Ala.
Bingham, S.W.: Co H, 31st Miss.
Britt, William: Co M, 5th Mo Cav.
Brooke, Charles T.: Montgomery
Reserves.
Brown, John: unknown unit.
Bufford, James J.: unknown unit.
Callaway, Joseph B.: Co C, 3d Ala.
Christian, John H.: Co G, 54th Ala.
Davis, I.H.: Lockhart's Bn.
Frasier, William: Co M, COI.
Grayhorn, John: Co E, 42d Ga.
Grimes, John: unknown unit.
Hampton, George W.: Co H, 66th Ga.
Harrell, Edwin: unknown unit.
Holly, Thomas L.: COI.
Howard, Shelton: COI.
Howell, Henry: unknown unit.
Lambert, Charles W.: Co D, 18th Ala.
Lamp, I.C.: Co H, 53d Ga.
Lang, W.A.: Co G, 46th Miss.
Lynch, Nicholas: Co G, 1st Miss cav.
Mahone, John: Co H, 1st Ala.
Mathew, Marcus: Co G, 53d Ala cav.
Miller, Joseph L.: Co B, COI.
Milling, Robert B.: Co B, COI.
Pettigrew, John: 45th Ala.
Puckett, Alex D.: Sgt, Co A, 26th Ga.
Pulley, I.T.: Lockhart's Bn.
Sample, Willis: Co C, Tarrant's Bn.
Terry, H.C.: Co C, COI.
Williams, John H.: Co F, 44th Miss.
Wills, W.B.: Co A, 7th Fla.

end of list

COI=Camp of Instruction (Boot Camp

THAMES, John J. (Private, Company B 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) John
James Thames was born on September 17, 1834 in Talbotton, Talbot County,
Georgia to Thomas John Thames from North Carolina and Levinia "Viney" Aaron
from Randolph County, Georgia. He married Nancy Ann Peacock of Pulaski
County, Georgia in Randolph County, Georgia on December 18, 1853. He and
Nancy had two daughters, Amanda and Theodosia, in Georgia before moving to
Dale County, Alabama in 1859 where several of his Thames and his wife's
Peacock kin had already moved.

On March 4,1862 John and Nancy's daughter, Levinia, was born. The next day
John enlisted in the Sixth Alabama Infantry, Company B, at Abbeville,
Alabama. He changed his mind about going with the Sixth Regiment and instead
joined as a Private for three years or the war on March 8, 1962 along with
Nancy's brother, James A. Peacock, (who was married to John's sister, Mary
Jane Thames), into the 33rd Alabama Infantry Regiment Company "G" , "The
Daleville Blues", which was being formed at Daleville, Dale County, Alabama near their home. John later said, in the 1907 Covington County, Alabama
census, that he didn't leave with the regiment until March 15, 1862. He was
27 years old.

After the fighting at Perryville, Kentucky Company "G" was occupying the second boxcar on the train south of Cleveland, Tennessee when it derailed.
Many of soldiers were riding on top of the boxcars as was usual and that may have contributed to the numbers killed in the wreck. In this wreck John
James Thames received a leg broken in two places near the hip. Possibly John was riding on the top of the boxcar. He was with the 67 soldiers taken to
the hospital in Cleveland where he remained until Christmas eve of 1862 when he was furloughed to Daleville by order of the hospital surgeon to recover.
He never fully recovered and walked with crutches the rest of his life. He
was kept on the roles until his discharge at Eufaula, Alabama. He later drew
a pension for his war service.

John's family were owners of a lot of land in the southern part of Alabama and northern Florida. He had purchased land from the U.S. Land office as
early as 1860 and he added to it after the end of the war. He and Nancy had a son, John Alexander, in 1863, Thomas Jefferson, in 1866, Lincy Ann Dancy
Dan, in 1868, Timpay in 1872, Susan Ann Missouri, in 1874, and William Allin, in 1879.

His wife, Nancy, died in 1898 and John moved to Covington County, Alabama and remarried in 1899 to Arlinoche Coroxton. He then moved to Laurel Hill,
Florida and lived there until he became feeble in 1922 when he moved to Samson, Geneva County, Alabama with his grandson. He died there on January
25, 1923 at the age of 89 years. He is buried south of New Brockton, Coffee County, Alabama at Bethany Baptist Church where he was one of the first
deacons and representatives to the regional Baptist conference. And the church that his father, Reverend Thomas John Thames began in 1884 and pastored until his death in 1893. Most of the folks buried in that large cemetery are related to him. Willie W. Butts in California


wwwbutts@prodigy.net http://www.geocities.com/alavol33rd/jjthames.htm

Thames, A.B. LA 3rd (Wingfield's) Cav. Co.D
Thames, A.S. NC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, A.W. SC 7th Cav. Co.H  Sgt.
Thames, Albert GA 2nd Res. Co.C
Thames, Alexander NC 2nd Arty. (36th St.Troops) Co.C
Thames, Alfred W. SC Cav.Bn. Holcombe Legion Co.E  Sgt.
Thames, Andrew SC 5th Bn.Res. Co.F
Thames, C.C. SC 4th Cav. Co.I
Thames, C.C. SC Cav. 12th Bn. Co.B
Thames, C.P. MS 1st (King's) Inf. (St.Troops) Co.I  Sgt.
Thames, C.P. NS 14th Conf.Cav. Co.K
Thames, Calvin AL 5th Inf. New Co.G
Thames, Christian TX 4th Cav. Co.B
Thames, Cornelius AL 38th Inf. Co.E,A  Sgt.
Thames, D. NC 14th Inf. Co.D
Thames, F. AL 4th Res. Co.F
Thames, F.W. SC 11th Inf. Co.D
Thames, G.W. GA Cav. 8th Bn. (St.Guards) Co.B  Sgt.
Thames, Hugh NS 14th Conf.Cav. Co.K
Thames, J. TX Cav. Terry's Regt. Co.C
Thames, J.B. AL 4th Res. Co.D
Thames, J.E. AL 18th Inf. Co.E
Thames, J.E. SC Mil. 1st Regt. (Charleston Res.) Co.D
Thames, J.J. AL 62nd Inf. Co.E
Thames, J.L. MS 12th Cav. Co.L
Thames, J.L. MS Inf. 1st Bn.St.Troops (12 mo. '62-3) Co.E
Thames, J.M. GA Cav. 8th Bn. (St.Guards) Co.B
Thames, J.P. SC 9th Inf. Co.D
Thames, J.P. SC Palmetto S.S. Co.E
Thames, J.R. SC 4th Cav. Co.D
Thames, J.R. TX 7th Cav. Co.E  Sgt.
Thames, J.S. MS 39th Inf. Co.F
Thames, J.S. SC 6th Inf. 2nd Co.K
Thames, J.S. SC 9th Inf. Co.D
Thames, J.T. GA 2nd Cav. Co.F
Thames, J.W. MS 13th Inf. Co.D
Thames, J.W. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I  Cpl.
Thames, James AL 42nd Inf. Co.A
Thames, James GA 7th Inf. (St.Guards) Co.F
Thames, James MS 13th Inf. Co.D
Thames, James W. AL 30th Inf. Co.D
Thames, John AL 11th Inf. Co.K
Thames, John AL 14th Cav.
Thames, John AL 17th Inf. Co.H
Thames, John AL 41st Inf. Co.E  2nd Lt.
Thames, John MS 5th Inf. Co.I
Thames, John F. AL 30th Inf. Co.D
Thames, John J. AL 33rd Inf. Co.G
Thames, John J. AL 6th Inf. Co.B
Thames, John S. SC 5th Cav. Co.H
Thames, Joseph MS 38th Cav. Co.F
Thames, Joseph NC 18th Inf. Co.E  Comsy.Sgt.
Thames, N.C. AL 17th Inf. Co.H
Thames, N.J. AL 36th Inf. Co.F
Thames, R. NS 14th Conf.Cav. Co.K
Thames, R.D. SC Rutledge Mtd.Riflemen & Horse Arty. Trenholm's Co.
Thames, R.H. MS 39th Inf. Co.A
Thames, R.J. SC 4th Cav. Co.D
Thames, R.J., Jr. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, R.J., Sr. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, R.M. KY 4th Cav. Co.D
Thames, R.R. MS 12th Cav. Co.L  Cpl.
Thames, R.R. SC 4th Cav. Co.D
Thames, Richard MS 39th Inf. Co.F
Thames, Richard D. SC 5th Cav. Co.H
Thames, Robert MS Inf. 1st Bn.St.Troops (30 days '64) Co.B
Thames, Rufus M., Jr. SC Inf. Hampton Legion Co.C
Thames, S. GA 2nd Res.
Thames, S.A. MS 39th Inf. Co.A
Thames, S.J. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, S.J. SC 4th Cav. Co.D
Thames, S.J. SC Manigault's Bn.Vol. Co.A
Thames, S.W. AL 38th Inf. Co.E
Thames, Samuel AL 32nd Inf. Co.K
Thames, Samuel M. AL 30th Inf. Co.D  2nd Lt.
Thames, Stephen AL 33rd Inf. Co.A
Thames, T.D. LA 3rd (Wingfield's) Cav. Co.F
Thames, T.M. MS 39th Inf. Co.A
Thames, T.M. MS Cav. 1st Bn. (McNair's) St.Troops Co.A
Thames, T.M. MS Home Guards Barnes' Co.
Thames, T.T. MS 2nd Cav. Co.B
Thames, T.T., Jr. MS 3rd (St.Troops) Cav. Co.B
Thames, T.T., Sr. MS 3rd (St.Troops) Cav. Co.B
Thames, T.W. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, Thomas MS Cav. Stockdale's Bn. Co.A,B
Thames, Thomas A. AL 30th Inf. Co.D  Cpl.
Thames, Thomas J. GA 57th Inf. Co.F
Thames, Thomas J.C. AL 57th Inf. Co.K
Thames, Thomas L. SC Inf. Hampton Legion Co.C
Thames, W.C. FL 1st (Res.) Inf. Co.G
Thames, W.E. SC 5th Bn.Res. Co.F
Thames, W.J.B. SC 23rd Inf. Co.I
Thames, W.M. MS Cav. 24th Bn. Co.F
Thames, W.N. MS 1st (King's) Inf. (St.Troops) Co.B
Thames, W.S. SC 9th Inf. Co.D
Thames, W.S. SC Palmetto S.S. Co.E
Thames, W.W. MS 6th Inf. Co.H
Thames, W.W. NS 14th Conf.Cav. Co.K
Thames, William MS 27th Inf. Co.F
Thames, William MS 3rd (St.Troops) Cav. Co.B  Capt.
Thames, William MS Inf. 1st Bn.St.Troops (12 mo. '62-3) Co.E
Thames, William MS St.Cav. Perrin's Bn. Co.E
Thames, William G. AL 33rd Inf. Co.C  Sgt.
Thames, William H. MS 39th Inf. Co.A
Thames, William R. GA 57th Inf. Co.F  2nd Lt.
Thames, William T. TX 10th Inf. Co.A
Thames, Wm. AL 22nd Inf. Co.K
Thamm, Arthur TX 1st (McCulloch's) Cav. Co.E
Thamm, Arthur TX 36th Cav. Co.H


Leroy Johnson enlisted at Ozark Mar 4, 1862 as a pvt in Co I of the 33d; rec a medical discharge at Tupelo, Miss Jul 15, 1862.

William D. Johnson enlisted Mar 4, 1862 as a pvt in Co I; died, date/ location not given; decease claim filed by father Daniel Johnson; there was a plain William Johnson who also was in the 33d, but he was a s/o Soasbe and Barbara Johnson from over in Coffee; he also died in the war; widow, Permelia Ann Mahair.

Deo Vindice,
HomerJones
*************************
 There is a book: "A Revised History of the 33d Ala Inf Rgt" by L.B. Williams of Auburn; unfortunately all it states
 is: H. Helms, Pvt, Co A, enlisted at  Elba Sep 7, 1863; clothing requisition,
 Mar 12, 1864; the 33d was in a real  knock-down-drag-out at Resaca, Ga on 14-15 May 1865; 400 Confederate
 soldiers killed there are buried in unmarked graves at the Confederate Cemetery, Resaca; I have heard that
 some few have been identified lately.


 Deo Vindice,

 Homer
**************************

Got real lucky on the McCarty's,
hopefully someone can help on
these:

Augustus Milligan, 1829-1889 and
William M. Milligan, 1820-1881; both
at City (Union) Cemetery, Ozark;

I have the units they servd with but
need parental/spousal information;
anything at all greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Deo Vindice,

Homer
*************************

There is a John Fountain Soldier, 1825-
1910 over in Coffee; do you think he may
have been related to Noah?

Bit more on Noah: a Member of the
Ala General Assembly representing
Dale in 1859.

Homer
******************

Margaret,

I do not have a listing for Henry T. or
H.T. Long as having served from any
Ala county; T.E. Long you you spoke of would have been from or at least,
enlisted in Barbour: served as Pvt,
Co B, 4th Bn, Hilliard's Legion and
Pvt, Kolb's Btry, Ala Lgt Arty; there
was a Thomas Long, Co B, 39th
Ala Inf who also would have been
from the county; he may be T.E.,
can't tell for sure as the Co B
roster I have is incomplete; if Terri
sees this, sure she can shed some
light on it.

There were more than a dozen Long's
that I know of who served from Barbour
alone, and a pure tub full from other
counties which makes them somewhat
difficult to research.

Homer

***************************

Anyone have anything ref parents/wives
for these soldiers at Ebenezer?

Henry Caraway, Jan 13, 1813-Aug 31,
1893.

W.J. Dunaway, May 1, 1833-Jan 13,
1898.
William E. Heath, Mar 19, 1832-Feb
24, 1909.
Lee A. Jennigs, 1826-Oct 16, 1883.
Phillip King, Aug 6, 1833-Sep 22, 1901.
Calvin Seay, Jul 28, 1818-Dec 1, 1895.
Anything at all, greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Deo Vindice,
Homer


Don't know a great deal about
Theopolis Floyd, but one by that name
is listed as serving as Pvt, Co H, 39th
Ala Inf Rgt; on a muster roll dtd May
15, 1862 at Opelika, age shown as 31;
I had penciled a note KIA, but have no
idea where that information was found;
somewhere I have seen Theopolis, Jr,
could this be him? there were five
other Floyd's from Barbour County in
Co G of the 29th Ala, but have no
idea if/how they were connected.


Not too much ref John Vaughn
except there was a John A. Vaughn
who served in the WBTS as Lt, Co A,
1st Ala Inf Rgt; Co A was organized
at Eufaula Jan 17, 1861; also find a
John Vaughn, Pvt, Co H, 4th Ala
Reserves; could be father/son or
the same person, I have no way of
knowing; John Vaughn is also on
a muster roll for the Eufaula Minute
Men at Fort Cobb dtd Mar 30, 1863;
knowing the way folks hopped from
one unit to another, this could very
wll be the same Soldier.

Deo Vindice,
Homer
****************************
William C. Paschal served as Pvt, Co
E, 53d Ala Cav Rgt;; his wife was, I
believe Sarah; I had found her at
Ebenezer, but cannot find my notes;
Mr Hayes did not show her there,
but I definately found a grave marked
Sarah?, w/o W.C. Paschal; pretty
sure the Johnathan S. Paschal there
who also served in Co E is a brother.

Sorry 'bout that; Wm C. Paschal was
in the 53d Ala Cav Rgt; he would
never forgive me for that one.

Anything appreciated

Deo Vindice,

Homer
*******************
There are a number of Paschals's
there: Martha, Benjamin, Mathew,
J.S., Georgie, Martha R. and maybe
some others; remember now, Ed
had two listings for the cemeteries
there; one he called Ebenezer-Zion
and the other Haw Ridge; both listed
seperately; for my purposes, I have
lumped them into one, maybe that
is where the problem arises as I
call them all at Ebenezer.

Sorry for the confusion.

Deo Vindice,
Homer
*************

Furney Clark, Sgt/Lt, Co H, 40th Tenn.
Inf Rgt/Lt, Co A, 54th Ala Inf Rgt:
Oct 8, 1834-Jun 24, 1916; Ebenezer-
Zion section at Ebenezer Church
Cemetery.

Deo Vindice,
Homer
**********************
Not too much ref John Vaughn
except there was a John A. Vaughn
who served in the WBTS as Lt, Co A,
1st Ala Inf Rgt; Co A was organized
at Eufaula Jan 17, 1861; also find a
John Vaughn, Pvt, Co H, 4th Ala
Reserves; could be father/son or
the same person, I have no way of
knowing; John Vaughn is also on
a muster roll for the Eufaula Minute
Men at Fort Cobb dtd Mar 30, 1863;
knowing the way folks hopped from
one unit to another, this could very
wll be the same Soldier.

*****************

The followng is a listing of Confederate
soldiers who served with Ga units, and
according to pension records, resided
in Dale followng the war; since in nany
cases, I have located wives/children,
but not the Soldier, I'm beginning to
believe some may be in unmarked
graves; if anyone has anything to that
effect, would sure like to hear about it:


Barnes, Solomon
Beckham, J.J.
Bowen, J.H.
Brown, Simeon
Bryant, G.B.
Campbell, John L.
Chaffin, Thomas W.
Coggins, Samford
Corbin, Taylor
Cunningham, James
Cunningham, William
Deal, W.A.
Dossette, W.J.
Edmonson, George
Edwards, J..
Evans, George
Goocher, J.
Griffin, Matthew
Hammock, J.P.
Jackson, R.G.
Jackson, T.J.
Jeffries, L.F.
Johnson, W.T.
Keal, James
Killingsworth, P.D.
Lamb, Thomas
Mathis, W.B.
McCord, W.R.
Parramore, Fred M.
Pierce, Leonard
Pittman, James
Powell, A.R.
Reeves, Isaac N.
Sauls, E.A.
Thornton, W.G.
Tice, Andrew J.
Walker, Jesse A.

Anything at all greatly appreciated.
Thanks

Deo Vindice,

Homer




Elijah Andrews: Pvt, Matthew's Co,
County Reserves;
Dec 12, 1816-Jan 21, 1889; s/o
Benjamin and Emily Matthews Andrews;
m. Lucinda Byrd, b. 1818; buried Union
Cemetery Ozark.

William M. Andrews: Pvt, Co D, 57th
Ala Inf Rgt;
Apr 14, 1823-Nov 12, 1873; s/o William
and Frances Martin Andrews; m. Martha
J. Harper, 1828-1919; also at Union.

Cato Carroll: Pvt, Co F, 7th Ala Inf Rgt/
Co D, 57th Ala Inf Rgt;
Jan 16, 1838-d. Eufaula Jul 23, 1898;
s/o Major James and Penelope E.
Kennedy Carroll; Union Cemetery.

Ransom Deal: Pvt, Vaughn's Co, County
Reserves;
1827-1904; s/o Lewis H. and Elizabeth
Kirkland Deal; m. Olivia J. Matthews,
b. 1839; Union Cemetery.
Homer

Thomas J. Fain: Pvt, Co I, 17th Ga Inf
Rgt;
Feb 27, 1842-Jan 23, 1929; s/o Lt Thomas
M., Co K, 4th Bn, Ala Reserves and
Sarah A. Culver Fain; m. Martha A.
Byrd, 1856-1929; Union Cemetery.
Homer
Haywood Martin: Pvt, Matthew's Co,
County Reserves;
Dec 26, 1812-Nov 19, 1900; s/o
Benjamin and Elizabeth Martin; m.
Emily Dixon, 1822-1888; also Union
Cemetery.

Augustus Milligan, 1829-1889 and
William M. Milligan, 1820-1881; both
at City (Union) Cemetery, Ozark;

Don't know a great deal about
Theopolis Floyd, but one by that name
is listed as serving as Pvt, Co H, 39th
Ala Inf Rgt; on a muster roll dtd May
15, 1862 at Opelika, age shown as 31;
I had penciled a note KIA, but have no
idea where that information was found;
somewhere I have seen Theopolis, Jr,
could this be him? there were five
other Floyd's from Barbour County in
Co G of the 29th Ala, but have no
idea if/how they were connected.

Homer
Ezekiel, 24 year old s/o of Ephriam
Wise enlisted at Clayton Mar 15, 1862
as Pvt, Co K, 29th Ala Inf Rgt; died of
disease at Camp Jackson, Fla Jul 23,
1862; survived by wife Barbara A.T.
Wise.

John C. also a s/o Ephriam Wise,
enlisted at Clayton Apr 1, 1862 as
Pvt, Co K, 29th Ala Inf Rgt; find
nothing further ref him.
Homer
Elijah Andrews: Pvt, Matthew's Co,
County Reserves;
Dec 12, 1816-Jan 21, 1889; s/o
Benjamin and Emily Matthews Andrews;
m. Lucinda Byrd, b. 1818; buried Union
Cemetery Ozark.
Homer
William M. Andrews: Pvt, Co D, 57th
Ala Inf Rgt;
Apr 14, 1823-Nov 12, 1873; s/o William
and Frances Martin Andrews; m. Martha
J. Harper, 1828-1919; also at Union.
Homer
Cato Carroll: Pvt, Co F, 7th Ala Inf Rgt/
Co D, 57th Ala Inf Rgt;
Jan 16, 1838-d. Eufaula Jul 23, 1898;
s/o Major James and Penelope E.
Kennedy Carroll; Union Cemetery.
Homer
Ransom Deal: Pvt, Vaughn's Co, County
Reserves;
1827-1904; s/o Lewis H. and Elizabeth
Kirkland Deal; m. Olivia J. Matthews,
b. 1839; Union Cemetery.

Homer
Thomas J. Fain: Pvt, Co I, 17th Ga Inf
Rgt;
Feb 27, 1842-Jan 23, 1929; s/o Lt Thomas
M., Co K, 4th Bn, Ala Reserves and
Sarah A. Culver Fain; m. Martha A.
Byrd, 1856-1929; Union Cemetery.
Homer
Haywood Martin: Pvt, Matthew's Co,
County Reserves;
Dec 26, 1812-Nov 19, 1900; s/o
Benjamin and Elizabeth Martin; m.
Emily Dixon, 1822-1888; also Union
James L. Mathison: Pvt, Co H, 37th Ala
Inf Rgt;
Dec 12, 1844-Mar 21, 1918; s/o Malcom,
Pvt, Henry Mounted Rebels and Eliza
Wright Mathison; m. Amanda A.
Weatherby, 1850-1922; Morning View
Cemetery, Ozark.
Homer
Lewis Moseley: Lt, Co G, 33d Ala Inf
Rgt/Corp, Co B, 53d Ala Cav Rgt;
Jun 11, 1835-Jul 11, 1920; s/o Benjamin
and Charity Moseley; m. (1) Nancy J.
White, 1837-1866 (2) Nancy E.
Pritchett, 1844-1928; Morning View.
Homer
Simeon J. Brackin: Pvt, Co E, 5th Bn,
Fla Cav;
Apr 11, 1846-Mar 2, 1914; s/o Mathais
and Frances Dowling Brackin; m. Alamedia J. Windham, 1846-1930;
Claybank Cemetery.
Homer


Wesley Dowling: Pvt, Matthew's Co,
County Reserves;
1806-1878; s/o Dempsey and Martha
Dowling; m. Amanda O'Neal;
Claybank Cemetery.

Homer


Robert D. Reynolds: Sgt, Co F, 6th Ala
Cav Rgt;
Mar 23, 1845-Jan 12, 1915; s/o John A.
and Sarah Huey Reynolds; m. Mary F.
Card, 1850-1911; Westview Cemetery,
Ozark.

Willis Carroll: Pvt, Co I, 1st Rgt, Ala
Conscripts/Pvt, co's C and D, 57th
Ala Inf Rgt;
Sep 26, 1832-Jan 21, 1907; s/o David
and Mary Matthews Carroll; m. Sarah,
1841-1883; Carroll Cemetery, Ozark.
Homer

Wiley S. Garner: Pvt, Co D, 57th Ala
Inf Rgt;
Feb 8, 1824-Jan 12, 1888; s/o William
and Elizabeth Sutton Garner; m. Dicey A.
Barbour, 1828-1911; Garner Cemetery,
Ozark.

Robert Godwin: Pvt, Co K, 15th Ala
Inf Rgt;
Apr 8, 1835-Dec 1, 1891; m. Mary E.
Byrd, 1846-1916; Old Byrd Field
Cemetery, Ozark.
Homer

James T. Beasley: Pvt, Co B, 4th Bn,
Ala Cav/Pvt, Co I, Jeff Davis Miss
Legion;
Feb 22, 1821-Aug 12, 1885; s/o John
G. and Martha Alums Beasley; m.
Rebecca L. Efurd, 1826-1908; Center
Ridge, north of Ozark.

Allen D. Patterson; Lt, Co E, 15th Ala
Inf Rgt;
Apr 27, 1827-d. of disease Richmond,
Va Feb 28, 1862; s/o Edward and Sarah
McDonald Patterson; Center Ridge

Isaac W. Byrd: Corp, Co G, 57th Ala Inf
Rgt/Pvt, Co F, 27th Ala Inf Rgt;
Feb 10, 1845-Nov 2, 1919; s/o Curtis
and Elizabeth Harper Byrd; m. Pennie
E. Carroll, 1842-1919; Ebenezer Church
Cemetery NW of Ozark.
Homer


Brazillia H. Mixson: Pvt, Co H, 53d Ala
Cav Rgt;
Oct 1, 1835-Jan 9, 1914; s/o William
and Julia Harris Mixson; m. Malinda
Stokes, 1843-1882; Ebenezer.

John L. Mullins: Pvt, Co E, 15th Ala Inf
Rgt;
Jan 19, 1841-Mar 21, 1911; m. (1)
Theodocia E. Lee, 1850-1888 (2)
Florence Owens, d. 1930.
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Samson Q. Mullins: Pvt, Co E, 15th
Ala If Rgt;
Jan 5, 1839-k. by lightning Aug 10,
1893; m. (1) Anna A.J. Lee, 1848-
1877 (2) Rebecca S. Lee, 1863-
1948.

sons of Lewis and Catherine Gibson
Mullins; buried Lee Family Cemetery
south of Ozark.
Homer
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Edward L. Barnes: Capt, Barnes' Co,
County Reserves;
Oct 4, 1816-Jun 24, 1871; m. Sarah F.
Dean, 1824-1857; Barnes Family
Cemetery, north of Post Oak.

James E. Powell: Pvt, Barnes' Co
County Reserves;
May 23, 1813-m. Betsy J. Ezell, 1833-
1899; Powell Family Cemetery north
of Capt Barnes' home.

J.W. Segrist: Pvt, Co E, 1st Rgt Ala
Conscripts;
Sep 7, 1834-Apr 12, 1908; buried
Midland City.

a little something on this one would
also help:

Wesley W. Blackshear: Pvt, Co E,
2d Bn, Ala Reserves;
Feb 3, 1847-Feb 5, 1935; m. Malinda,
1845-1920; Midland City.

Moses A. Walding: Pvt, Vaughn's Co,
County Reserves;
Oct 6, 1849-Nov 18, 1921; was he the
s/o John and Anna Waldng? buried
Cedar Grove N of Midland City.

Ira Byrd: Pvt, Co H, 15th Ala Inf Rgt;
Jan 29, 1839-d. Richmond, Va Nov 16,
1861.

Robert J. Byrd: Pvt, Co H, 15th Ala
Inf Rgt;
Oct 6, 1833-d. Liberty, Va Jan 23,
1863; m. Margaret Pope, 1834-1911.

sons of Pvt Isham, Field's Co, County
Reserves and Mariam G. Windham
Byrd.
Homer

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Sylvan Grove NW of Midland City.

Esaw Brooks: Capt, Co E, 15th Ala Inf
Rt/Pvt, Ream's Co, County Reserves;
Oct 23, 1807-Jan 18, 1884; s/o Jacob
and Elizabeth Miller Brooks; m. Martha
A. McCoy, 1808-1892; Old Daleville
Cemetery

Alexander G. McLeod, Jr.: Co G, 6th
Fla Inf Rgt;
Aug 13, 1838-Jan 10, 1898; s/o Alexander
and Sarah Gillis McLeod; m. Sarah E.
Brooks, 1849-1930; Old Daleville.

Daniel Carmichael, Sr.: Pvt, Feald's Co,
County Reserves;
Jan 18, 1819-Aug 23, 1898; m. Martha
A., 1818-1897; Newton City Cemetery.

Daniel Carmichael, Jr.: Pvt, Fealds Co,
County Reserves;
Mar11, 1846-Sep 14, 1912; s/o Daniel,
Sr. and Martha A. Carmichael; m. Sarah
Killebrew, 1848-1910; Newton

Homer

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George W. Peacock; Pvt, Co B, 33d
Ala Inf Rgt;
May 10, 1845-Aug 18, 1925; m. Julia
A. Vaughn, 1843-1935; Newton Cemetery.

Natl Archives shows him as Pvt, Co B,
23d Ala, which I'm sure is a typo and
the Rgtl History shows Co B, 33d Ala
captured Franklin, imprisoned Camp
Douglas; he stated in the 1907 Census
he was George Washington Peacock,
b. Dale County, served as Pvt, Co B,
33d Ala Inf Rgt until captured at
Franklin.

Montgomery Independent Rifles was formed and started training in 1860 as a
local unit in Montgomery County Alabama and enlisted May 6, 1861 as Company
D 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Became Company E 6th Alabama at
reorganization in March-April 1862.

OLIVER, James M. (Private, Company E 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)
OLIVER, John A. (Sergeant, Company E, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)
Surrendered At Appomattox
OLIVER, Junius P. (Private, Company E 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)

Looking for descendants and other interested parties that have information
about the approximate 2676 soldiers that served in the 6th Alabama Volunteer
Infantry Regiment. Come see if your soldier is listed at:
http://home.att.net/~al_6th_inf/ I am also currently working on the history
of the Regiment, but it is not complete yet. See below Companies and
Counties where they were recruited. Henry, Butler, Montgomery, Jackson,
Russell, Autauga, Macon, Lowndes, Wilcox

Benjamin Brazell stated
on the 1907 Census that he served as Pvt, Co H, 33d Ala Inf Rgt but I do not
find that to be the case; he does not appear at the Natl Archives or in the
33d Rgtl History as having served with the 33d; records indicate that
he served as Pvt, Co D, 53d Ala Partisan Rangers (53d Ala Cav Rgt)
Co D of the 53d was raised at Barnes Crossroads in Dale in Aug 1863; a note states his wife applied
for a pension in Houston County; I have not found him buried in Dale;
if you find anything further, would sure like to hear about it; incidentally,
Co H of the 33d was made-up almost exclusively of men from Butler.

Deo Vindice,

Homer

Listed in 1907 Civil War Census for Thomas Madison FAIN

1907 Civil War Census Dale Co. Al.
FAIN, THOMAS MADISON: Ozark.***
born May 17, 1816 in Abbeville District, South Carolina; entered service at Newton March 2, 1864 as 1st Lieutenant,
Company K, 4th Alabama Reserves; paroled at Columbus, Ga. in 1865; *this was one of the oldest Confederate soldiers then
living in Dale County, he was the father of Thomas J. Fain.

This was listed in the 1907 Civil War census

1907 Federal Census of Confederate Veterans
MOSELEY, LEWIS: Ozark.
born June 11,1835 in Dallas County;
entered service at Daleville March 22, 1862 as Corporal,
Company D, 53d Alabama Regiment; regularly discharged.

Homer


End of Census


Ed Hayes copied him as William R.
Heath, Apr 19, 1832-Feb 2, 1909;
I copied him as William E. Heath,
Apr 16, 1832-Feb 24, 1909; have
no idea which is correct, but looking
at my track record, would tend to
side with Mr. Hayes; if its earth
shattering, I can run back out and
check.


Brazillia H. Mixson, s/o William and
Julia Harris Mixson; Pvt, Co H, 53d
Ala Partisan Rangers; Oct 1, 1835-
Jun 9, 1914; m. Malinda, Sep 6, 1843-
Oct 10, 1882; both buried in that
section of Ebenezer Baptist Church
Cemetery, Dale County that was
moved from Haw Ridge, Coffee
County in 1942. 

Also in the Haw Ridge Section: William
Stokes, Corp, Clintonville Greys; Sep
30, 1822-Aug 1, 1888; Clintonville
Greys were a Coffee County Reserve
Company; I know nothing further of him.


Cenusus or Enumeration of Confederate
Soldiers residing in Dale County in 1907:

Edwards, James Samuel: Newton; b.
Nov 20, 1833 in Lee County, Ga; enl
at Macon, Ga in Nov 1861 as Pvt, Co
G, 64th Ga inf Rgt and continued until
paroled at Marlow, Ga in 1865.

Yes James is buried at Newton; there
is a James E. Edwards there, also a
Veteran, b. I think in Ala and served
as a Lt in the 15th Ala; that may be
where the confusion arises; had me
fooled at one time.

If you have James' parents/wife, would
sure help me on my Cemetery Records.

Thanks,
Deo Vindice,
Homer

Ezekiel, 24 year old s/o of Ephriam
Wise enlisted at Clayton Mar 15, 1862
as Pvt, Co K, 29th Ala Inf Rgt; died of
disease at Camp Jackson, Fla Jul 23,
1862; survived by wife Barbara A.T.
Wise.

John C. also a s/o Ephriam Wise,
enlisted at Clayton Apr 1, 1862 as
Pvt, Co K, 29th Ala Inf Rgt; find
nothing further ref him.

Homer

Couple of Beasley soldiers here; may
be father and son: anyone know?

Austin, 1812-1890.
Richard R., 1841-1917.
Both at Mossy Grove Cemetery.

Thanks,

Deo Vindice,
Homer
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Georgia,

Would you by chance know anything
ref Confederate Soldier Robert A.
Fleming, 1835-1891, buried at Oak
Hill Cemetery, Union Springs?

Deo Vindice,
Homer

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Margie,

Of those at Mt. Andrew, these are the
ones I feel were Confederate soldiers:

James J. Bradley, Pvt, Co A, 1st Ala
Inf Rgt.

Charles B. Gachet, Sgt, Co K, 5th Ala
Inf Rgt.

James W. Hollingsworth, Sgt, Co G,
22d Ala If Rgt.

Henry S. Holloman, Pvt, Lee's Co, Ala
Volunteers.

John D. Lott, Pvt, Eufaula Minute Men.

Jesse W. Smoot, Pvt, Bean's Co, Pike
County militia.

Deo Vindice,

Homer

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 survivors of Co D, 57th Ala Inf Rgt
 who were paroled as a part of Co F,
 27th Ala Inf Rgt May 1, 1865 at
 Greensboro, NC.

 John M. Hamil, 2d Lt
 Wright P. Windham, 1st Sgt
 John N. Sansbury, 2d Sgt
 Levi K. Powell, 3d Sgt
 George W.L. Parkman, 4th Sgt
 Isaac W. Patterson, 1st Corp
 James E. Hightower, 2d Corp
 Ashley P. Peacock, 3d Corp
 Ralph B. Parks, Musician
 Starling Gilmore, Musician

 Privates
 Michael A. Bruner
 Isaac W. Byrd
 Akrel T. Byrd
 Clark Barnes
 John W. Branch
 Rueben R. Carter
 John L. Clark
 William W. Crocker
 Joseph C. Dean
 Andrew J. Dorman
 Henry Daughtry
 Amos Fuller
 Levi Foxworth
 Hiram Herndon
 George W. Herndon
 James W. Hutts
 John F. Harrell
 Hezekiah E. Key
 Murdock Lammons
 William Lee
 Joseph E. Mills
 Francis M. Martin
 Daniel McLeod
 Butler M. Parks
 Joseph G. Patterson
 Ellis W. Snell
 Vandy V. Snell
 Harris Shaw
 John T. Thornton
 Thomas Windham
 Patrick Walden
Homer

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