4th Alabama Volunteer Regiment - Muster Rolls - Privates

 

Company "E" - "Conecuh Guards"

 

This information (including sources) was obtained from "Muster Rolls, 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment , Co. "E " (Conecuh Guards)" website - http://www.history-sites.com/~kjones/4emstr.html - done by Ken Jones. He has graciously allowed us to use this information, and we thank him. Only changes made to the information was to split them out into their individual sections for ease of reading.

 

 

 

 

Name
Varient Spellings
Birth Date
Notes
Sources
AKERMAN, John    
Recruited: Jan 1865; Wounded: Farmville, VA
Riley
ALFORD, Artemus S.    
Recruited: Jan 1865
Riley
ANDERSON,George H.    
KIA:Lookout Mountain, Oct 1863
Coles; Riley; Vaughn, p.599
BAGGETT, Richard T.    
Recruited: Fall 1861; Died: In Hospital, same year
Riley
BEARD, Blake S.    
Wounded: 1st Manassas; Honorably discharged
Bham Age; Riley
BETTS, Edward     
Discharged: Summer  1861; rejoined another command; KIA: East Tennessee
Riley
BETTS, Frank     
Furloughed; sick and died Fall 1861
Riley
BLAKELY, George W. 
BLAKELEY
 
Discharged: Fall 1861
Riley
BOLTON, Daniel        
BOOKER, W. B.     
Wounded: Chickamauga; disabled for life
Riley
BOOKER, William J.        
BRACKEN, Robert        
BRILEY, James S.        
BROOKS, G. W.        
BROWN, Fretnell        
BROWN, Julius L.     
Died in hospital, Charlottesville, VA, Spring 1862
Riley
BROWN, Robert W.     
Recruited: Apr 1862; Died in Richmond hospital
Riley
BROWN, William     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Deserted 1 May 1863
Riley
BURK, William     
Recurited: Nov 1861
Riley
BURKE, Daniel        
BURROW, John T.        
CARTER, David L.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Discharged for disability
Riley
CATO, Alexander J.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Discharged for disability
Riley
CAW, W. J.        
CHAPMAN, Henry C.     
Recruited: March 1864; Wounded: The Wildernes; Placed on retired list
Riley
CHAPMAN, Henry M.        
CHAPMAN, U. M.        
CLARK, Francis M.        
COLEMAN, Henry C.     
Died at Richmond, Jun 1862
Riley
COLEMAN, Henry H.        
COLEMAN, William T.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; KIA: Gettysburg, Jul 3 1863
Riley
COLLOM, William        
COOPER, Marion A.   
29 Dec 1840
Wounded: The Wilderness, 6 may 1864
Riley; Yeary, p. 152
COOPER, Thomas A.        
CRAWOOD, W. A.        
CURLEE, Francis M.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Wounded: Gettysburg
Riley
CUTTING, J. F.        
DAILEY, Edward        
DANIELS, J. W.     
Recruited: 1862; Wounded: Ft. Harrison, 1864
Riley
DANIELS, John        
DEAN, A. Thomas        
DEER, A. Z.        
DIAS, Thomas S.     
Also in Co. "C"
 
DOUGLAS, William B.        
DOWNS, Jeremiah J.     
KIA: Gaines Farm
Riley
DuBOSE, James B.     
KIA: Chickamauga
Riley
EVENS, Louis        
FENTRESS, J. H.        
FLOYD, Charles E.     
Wounded: 1st Manassas, Gaines Farm
Bham Age; Riley
FORTNER, Richard H.     
KIA: Skirmish below Richmond, Jan 1865
Riley
FOSS, Horatio R.
Harry R?
 
Recruited: Oct 1863; Wounded: 2nd Cold Harbor; Furloughed
TN Questionnaire, II:838
FOSS, Roderick     
Recruited: March 1864; Wounded: 2nd Cold Harbor
Riley
GAFF, John Co. E     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Killed: Gaines' Farm
Riley
GANDY, Oxford     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Honorably discharged, Jun 1862
Riley
GANDY, Reford        
GARNER, Cale
Caleb
 
Also in Co. "B"; Recruited: Apr 1862; Wounded: The Wilderness
Riley; Yeary, p.152, mentioned
GARNER, John W.    
Recruited: Apr 1862; KIA: Gaines' Farm, 1862
Riley
GOFF, Jesse        
GOLDSTEIN, Isadore     
Also in Co. "A"; Captured at Chickamauga; POW until war's end
Riley
GRICE, Francis M.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; lost left arm, Gaines' Farm; afterwards sutler
Riley
HALL, J. M.        
HASKINS, Isaac H.        
HASKINS, William M.     
Recurited: April 1862; KIA: Petersburg, 1864
Riley
HENDERSON, William M.       
Riley
HIRSHFELDER, Jacob     
KIA: Antietam
Riley
HODGES, Elias O.     
Surgeon; promoted, Asst Surgeon of a VA Regt, 1863
Riley
HODGES, William P.     
Wounded: Gaines' Farm; Captured: Lookout Mtn; Died near Washington, GA, 1865
Riley
HODO, John A.     
Recruited: Apr 1862; KIA: Malvern Hill
Riley
HORTON, William C.     
Wounded in shoulder, leg at Gaines' Farm
Riley
HOWELL, ? ?        
HUDSON, R. H.        
HUDSON, Walker A.     
Recruited: Apr 1862; Captured: Hagerstown, MD, and never exchanged
Riley
HUGHES, Daniel     
Honorably discharged, Apr 1861; died during war
Riley
HURST, J. W.        
HYDE, John D.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Wounded: Gaines' Farm; Chickamauga; Skirmish below Richmond, 1864
Riley
HYDE, Joseph A.     
Recruited: Nov 1861
Riley
IKERMAN, Joseph        
JOHNSON, Emanuel 
Johnston?
 
Recruited, Nov 1861; KIA: Malvern Hill
Riley
JOHNSON, John R.        
JOHNSON, W. William 
William W.?
 
Wounded and disabled, Gaines Farm; Honorably discharged
Riley
JOHNSTON, Augustus     
Recruited: Mar 1864; KIA; The Wilderness, 6 May 1864
Riley
JONES, E.    
Recruited: Apr 1862; Discharged for illness, 1862
Riley
JONES, W. H. T.        
JONES, Zed E. S.        
KILSOE, James        
KING, Joseph O.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Discharged: Winter 1861
Riley
KIRK, Francis M. 
Frank
 
Recruited: Nov 1861; Honorably discharged; Joined 38th AL; KIA: Chickamauga
Riley
LEE, C. R. M.        
LITTLE, John H.      
Riley
LITTLE, Samuel J.        
LONG, William B.    
KIA: Gettysburg
Riley
LONG, William C.        
LYNCH, Fielding     
Recurited: Apr 1862: KIA: Gaines' Mill
Riley
LYNCH, Monroe C.        
MASON, John H.     
Wounded: 1st Manassas; Dropped from roll, 1862
Bham Age; Riley
MATHEWS, William M.       
Riley
MATTHEWS, William M.        
McALLISTER, Charles L.        
McBRIDE, James        
McIVER, Evander J.     
Wounded: 1st Manassas; Honorably discharged, Sept 1861
Bham Age; Riley
McMILLAN, Christopher C.     
Furloughed in 1862; Transferred to another command
Riley
MERTINS, Julius A.     
Recruited: April 1862; Killed Gaines' Farm
Riley
MILES, J. P.        
MOORE, Alfred       
Huntsville Roll
MORRIS, Wiley W.     
Recruited: 1862
Riley
MORRISON, N. J.        
MORROW, William     
Wounded: 2nd Manassas; Spotsylvania, May 1864
Riley
MOSLEY, Mason L.       
Riley
MYERS, John P.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Wounded: Gaines' Farm; Dropped from roll, 1863
Riley
NASH, Samuel D.     
Honorably discharged, Aug 1861
Riley
NICHOLS, John A.        
NICHOLS, William H. H.     
Deserted in front of Richmond, March 1865
 
OLIVIA, George 
OLIVER?
 
Recruited: Nov 1861; Honorably discharged, Aug 1862
Riley
OSBORNE, L. W.        
PEACOCK, Jesse C.    
Died from wounds, 1st Manassas, 21 Jul 1861
Bham Age; Riley
PERRY, Frank     
Deserted: Nov 1863
Riley
PERRY, James T.        
PERRY, Owen W.     
Wounded: 1st Manassas; Honorably discharged; Rejoined army, captured, and died in prison
Bham Age; Riley
PERRY, Theophilus W. 
Thophalis?
 
Recruited: May 1864
Riley
PERRY, Thomas    
Recruited: May 1864; Wounded: Spotsylvania
Riley
PERRYMAN, James W.     
Honorably discharged, Jan 1862; Died during war
Riley
PETTERS, S.        
POWELL, D. M.        
POWELL, Ephraim F.        
POWELL, Ephraim F.     
Enlisted: aged 23; Mechanic; Mortally wounded, 2nd Cold Harbor
Coles; Riley
PULLUM, David T.        
PURCELL, William Q.        
QUINLEY, Stephen D.     
Recruited: March 1863; Aged 44; Farmer; Wounded: The Wilderness, 6 may 1864
Riley
QUINLEY, William A.     
Recruited: Apr 1862; Wounded: Gaines' Mill, Gettysburg; deserted 1865
Riley
RAY, Thomas E.     
Recruited: Apr 1862; Deserted, 1864; Wounded: Sharpsburg, Sept 1862
Riley
RICHARDS, E. W.        
RITCHIE, Thomas B. 
RITCHEY?
 
Died in hospital, Richmond, Aug 1862
Riley
ROACH, Frederick C.
Fred G.?
 
2nd Cpl; KIA: Petersburg, 1 Apr 1865; last man killed in Co. "E"
Riley
ROBBINS, John D.     
KIA: 1st Manassas
Bham Age; Riley
ROBBINS, Thomas Elijah     
Mortally wounded, Gaines' Mill, Jul 1862
Riley; Coles
ROBERTS, L. A.        
ROBERTSON, Thomas     
KIA: 2nd Manassas, Aug 1862
Riley
ROBINSON, James Mat[t]    
Honorably discharged for sickness, 1862
Riley
ROBINSON, Thomas J.        
ROSE, Robert H.     
KIA: Seven Pines, 31 May 1862
Riley
RUSSEL, David S.        
RUSSELL, David Russel     
Honorably discharged for disability, Dec 1861
Riley
SALTER, Joel        
SALTER, Mitchell B.     
Wounded: Gaines Farm, Gettysburg; lost right arm; Honorably discharged for wounds, 1863
Riley
SAMPEY, Francis M.     
Enlisted, age 18; Student, Wounded: 2nd Manassas; Wounded: Farmville, VA, Apr 1865
Coles; Riley
SAMPEY, Greenberry G.     
Recruited: 7 May 1864
Riley
SHAVER, John B. 
John D.?
 
Recruited: Apr 1862; KIA: Chickamauga
Riley
SHAVER, Philip C.     
Recruited: Apr 1862
Riley
SHECTRAUGH, J.        
SHEFFIELD, Evans     
Wounded: Gaines' Farm, Gettysburg
Riley
SMITH, J.        
SMITH, James M.        
SNOWDEN, Newton     
KIA: The Wilderness, 6 May 1864
Riley
SNOWDEN, William H.     
Wounded: Lenoir Station skirmish, TN, Dec 1863; Honorably discharged for wounds, 1863
Riley
SPRUCE, J.        
STALL[S]WORTH, W. L.     
Honorably discharged, Jun 1861, for disability
Riley
STALLWORTH, Joseph H.     
KIA: 2nd Manassas
Riley
STALLWORTH, Nicholas   
9 Aug 1845
Wounded: Gaines' Mill; Honorably discharged 1862
Riley; Bio: CMH
STAMPER, John        
STEARNS, Henry C.     
Wounded: Gaines' Farm, Jul 1862
Riley
STRICKLAND, James M.     
Died from wounds: 1st Manassas
Bham Age; Riley
STUCKEY, James W.     
Recruited: Nov 1861
Riley
STUCKEY, John     
Wounded: Place Unknown
Riley
STUCKEY, Milton L. "Buck"]     
Wounded: 2nd Manassas; KIA: Darbytown Road, Sep 1864
Bob Crook; Riley
TALLEY, Henry        
THOMAS, Henry C.     
Recruited: Sep 1862
Riley
THOMAS, James C.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; KIA: Antietam
Riley
THOMAS, James H.     
Wounded: Seven Pines; KIA: 2nd Manassas, 8 Sep 1862; Burial: Warrenton, VA, Cemetery
Riley
TURK, Theodosius W.
TUCK?
 
Wounded: 1st Manassas; Honorably discharged by Act of Congress, 1862
Bham Age; Riley
WATSON, Alexander B.     
Also in Co. "C"
 
WATSON, Bailey     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Captured: 1864; Held as POW for remainder of war
Riley
WHEELAN, Patrick S.        
WILKINSON, Thomas W.     
Deserted: Mar 1862
Riley
WILLIAMS, William,        
WILLIAMSON, James     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Honorably discharged for disability, 1862
Riley
WILLIAMSON, John    
Recruited: Nov 1861; Honorably discharged,1862
Riley
WILSON, George W.    
Wounded: Spotsylvania CH, 8 May 1864
Riley
WILSON, John W.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Wounded: Cold Harbor, 2 Jun 1864
Riley
WIMBERLY, Samuel H.     
Physician; KIA: 1st Manassas
Bham Age; Riley
WOOD, George A.     
Recruited: Nov 1861; Minister; Wounded: Gettysburg
Riley
WOOD, Mat E.        
WOODS, W. W.      
TN Questionnaires 2:838: Mentioned only; cannont confirm from other sources

 

Sources of roster information: This roster of the Fourth Alabama Infantry Regiment is taken from several sources, most of which concern themselves with only one company in the regiment. All, other than the National Archives and Records Service records, may be considered secondary and subject to error. Corrections to the roster are welcomed, so long as a source of information is provided.

 

Robert T. Coles, From Huntsville to Apomattox : R. T. Coles's History of 4th Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia, edited by Jeffrey D. Stocker, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1996 (Coles)

Compiled Services Records, National Archives (CSR)

Confederate Military History [Alabama] (CMH)

Confederate Veteran [periodical] (CV)

"Honor Roll of the Fourth Alabama Regiment of Volunteers," Birmingham Age-Herald, v.20, no.139 (25 April 1894) (Bham Age)

Jackson County [AL] Historical Association, "Civil War rolls of soldiers of Jackson County, Alabama" (Jackson County Roll)

Alice N. McCravey, "Confederate soldiers of Madison County, Alabama." Huntsville, AL ; 1959 (Huntsville roll)

National Archives and Records Service. [4th Alabama Infantry files] (NARS roll)

Alice V. D. Pierrepont, Reuben Vaughan Kidd: soldier of the Confederacy. Petersburg, VA ; 1947 (Pierrepont roll)

Benjamin Riley, History of Conecuh County, Alabama. (Riley)

Smith Papers, Judson College, Marion, AL [includes scrapbooks with newsclippings, including muster rolls] (Smith papers)

Southern Historical Society Papers (SHSP)

The Tennessee Civil War veterans Questionnaires, Easly, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1985

Mamie Yearie, Recollections of the boys in gray, 1861-1865, Dayton, OH: Morningside Books, 1986 (Yearie)