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Can you tell me more? I am collecting short Biographies on each soldier from an Alabama unit to be displayed on the Soldier Roots pages. With each Bio, I will display the Email address of the contributor or contributors as source/contacts for other researchers. Send the following information to me, Carolyn Golowka.

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ADAH stands for the Alabama Department of Archives and History. ADAH is linked to the Civil War Service Database, which is a treasure trove for Alabama Civil War researchers. For more information about this database, click here

CWSS stands for the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, which is the National Parks Service's database with 6.3 million names of those who served in the Civil War, both Union and Confederate. For more information on this database, click here.


Some Civil War veterans eventually lived the last part of their lives in the Mountain Creek Soldiers Home in Chilton County, Alabama. A list of some of its residents from 1901 to October 1933 can be found by clicking here.

Confederate Memorial Park is located in Southeast Chilton County and is administered by the Alabama Historical Commission. Confederate Memorial Park was the site of Alabama's only Confederate veterans home (Mountain Creek Soldiers Home). The facility was in operation from 1902 to 1939 for the care of elderly veterans and their wives and widows. Of the many hundreds who resided at the facility, 313 were buried in one of the two cemeteries located at this site. Cemetery #1 is the original cemetery, and was used from 1902 to 1911, when Cemetery #2 was opened.


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BAKER, S. B. (Private, Company “K” 1st Alabama Cavalry Alabama Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery Chattanooga's Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BALCOM (BALKUM?)
, Benjamin K. (J..?) (Private, Company A, 37th Alabama) Enlisted at age 18 on March 22, 1862 in Auburn Alabama as appears on Muster Roll dated May 13, 1862 at Auburn Alabama. Captured on December 4, 1862 at Water Valley, Mississippi; Died on January 27, 1863 of Exposure at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois. Sources:
ADAH
BALLARD,
J. T. (Private, Company I, 60th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BALLARD
Samuel (Private, Company “H” 33rd Alabama Infantry Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery.
BANKS
, John (Private, Company B, 34th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland
BANKS
, Robert R. (Private, Company "C", 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died Oct 17, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira, New York.  Burled in Plot Number 541 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BANKSTON, Joseph C. (Corporal, Company "I", 3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died Nov 24, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York.  Buried in Plot Number 939 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BARBEE, T. P.
BARBER, James (Private, Company "F", 10th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment) Died Aug 12, 1861, buried at Bristoe Station, VA.
BARLOW, Jesse F. (Private, Company "E", 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died May 15, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira, New York.  Buried in Plot Number 2807 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.                                 
BARLOW
, W. P. (Private, Company “K” 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BARNES, C. P. (Private, Company “D” 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BARNES
, S. M. (Private, Company “F” 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died March 7, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1953 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BARNETT,
Henry H. (Private Company "C", 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died Mar. 12, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York, Buried in Plot Number 1831 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BARNETT,
James W. (Company 'E', Mobile Humphries Dragoons, formerly Company "D", Wirt Adam's Cavalry, 3rd AL Cavalry) Born 1822 in AL, died Nov. 28, 1863 at Camp Morton, IN.  Was a carpenter by trade, in Baldwin Co., AL.  Enlisted Aug 20, 1861 at Mobile, AL by Paul Ravesies.  Pay records show payments by Capt. Gibbons and Capt. Norton.  Pay voucher shows payment for service between Jun 30 to Dec 31, 1863.  "Received at Alexandria, AL on Aug 1, 1863 - Two Hundred and Seventy five dollars in full" signed J. W. Barnett.  On Sep 1, 1863 he was detailed with Wiggins Battery by order of Captain Gail Martin.  He was captured near Farmington, TN on Oct 7, 1863 by Union forces while serving under Gen. Joe Wheeler; sent to Nashville, TN, arriving on Oct 13, 1863.  Sent to the military prison in Louisville, KY on Oct 14, 1863.  Oct 15, 1863 was forwarded to Camp Morton, Indiana Military Prison where he arrived on Oct. 16.  Died of pneumonia on Nov. 28, 1863, was buried in grave number 542 at Green Lawn Cemetery and later moved to Crown Hill Cemetery.  Submitted by
DeAnn Upton.
BAROS
, C. C. (Private, Company “K” 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BARR, Thomas B. (Private, Company “D” 10th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment) Died August 23, 1861 of Meningitis and buried at Bristoe Station, Virginia.
BARRETT, Benjamin G. (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Absent sick, June 1862 roll. Absent sick, October/November rolls; left at Glasgow, Kentucky, September 12, 1862. Paroled at Selma, Alabama, June 1865. Married Martha Bellims in Shelby County, Alabama, February 13, 1865
BARRIER, C. M. (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BARRIER, N. M. (
(Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BATES
, Francis M. (Private, Company “B” 3rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BARRETT, James R. (Private, Company H, 10th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BARRINGTON
, William W. (Private, Company "K", 17th Alabama Infantry Regiment)  born Jan 5, 1829 in Henry Co., GA, died Apr 26, 1909, buried in Black Rock Cemetery, Crenshaw Do., AL.  Enlisted Sep 1862 in Greenville, AL; discharged Montgomery, Montgomery Co., AL Jun 9, 1865.  Address in 1907-1908 was Rutledge, AL  Sources:  the late Homer Jones;
ADAH
BARRY, William H. (Private, Company "G", 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment) killed at the Wilderness, VA on May 6, 1864.
BARTON
, J. (Private, Company D, 5th Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BASS
, Abel (Private, Company G, 3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BATCHELOR
, Edmund (Private, Company “K” 8th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born May 11, 1824 – died October 25, 1911 and burial in Enterprise City Cemetery, North Main St., Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama.
BATHWELL
E. (Private, Company “E” 6th Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BAYLESS
, A. J. (Private, Company “A” 21st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died October 21, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 527 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BAYLEY, E. C. (Private, Company ?, 28th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BAXLEY, James M. - (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Enlisted at Columbiana, Alabama, January 13, 1863. Reported to Federal authorities at Chattanooga, Tennessee, as a deserter, October 26, 1864. Released at Louisville, Ky. November 10, 1864. Description - light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, five feet eight and one half inches tall. Residence: Shelby County, Alabama.   
BAXLEY
, John (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Wounded and captured at Nashville, Tennessee, December 16, 1864. Died after amputation of left thigh, January 28, 1865. Buried in Nashville City Cemetery, grave 11695. Age eighteen. Residence - Shelby County, Alabama.   
BAXLEY
, William D. (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Detailed as a carpenter, January - February 1862 rolls. Absent sick at Tyner's Station, Tennessee, October/November 1862 rolls. Wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 30, 1862. Died there January 23, 1863. Claim filed by his widow Leticia Baxley. Description: fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, five feet six inches tall, age twenty-one. Married Letty Comer in Shelby County, Alabama, March 15, 1859. She applied for a pension in Shelby County, Alabama, February 20, 1893
BEAN
, D. M. (Camp of Instruction, Talladega) [July 25, 1829 - November 26, 1910] Union Cemetery Comanche County, Texas.
BEAN,
Wiley Jackson (Private, Company “E” 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Randolph Rangers”). Born March 15, 1823 in Jasper County, Georgia - died of scurvy in prison January 13, 1864 at Ft. Delaware Maryland. His name is on a list of Confederate soldiers who are buried at Finn's Point, Salem, New Jersey. The U.S. erected a monument to mark the burial place of 2,436 Confederate soldiers who died at Ft. Delaware. Wiley J. Bean's name is listed on the Confederate Monument. He was the son of Walter Bean (b. 1793 in Virginia, d. May 12, 1863 Randolph County, Alabama, buried in Mt. Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Opelia, Randolph County, Alabama) and Martha (Patsy) Borden Davis (b. 1791 North Carolina, d. abt. 1855 Randolph County, Alabama, burial Mt. Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Opelia, Randolph County, Alabama)  Wiley enlisted September 8, 1861 at Eastville, Alabama for a period of the war. He was noted as a farmer living in Fox Creek, Alabama, near Wedowee.  He served in the 13th Alabama, with four cousins, Benjamin Apling Burdett, Samuel Monroe Burdett, Littleton Jesse Burdett, and Alfred W. Burdett. Wiley  participated in the battles of Yorktown, Seven Pines, Seven Days Battles, South Mountain, Fredericksburg, Antietam (Sharpsburg), Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. He was captured along with Benjamin Burdett, and General James Archer in McPherson's Woods, on the initial outbreak at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863. He was transferred to Fort Delaware prison on Pea Patch Island, Delaware. Wiley was married to Amanda C. Falkner b. December 19, 1833, possibly Georgia - d. March 6, 1862 in Randolph County, Alabama., as a result of a horse riding accident. burial Mt. Prospect Baptist Cemetery, Opelia, Randolph County, Alabama, daughter of former Randolph County Sheriff - Wilson Falkner (b. 1810 Edgefield District, South Carolina) and Frances (Frankie) Burdett (b. September 9, 1813 Pendleton District, South Carolina) After the death of Amanda, the Bean children lived with their grandparents Wilson and Frances Falkner. After the death of his son-in-law Wiley, their grandfather Wilson Falkner, guardian, filed for claims with the C.S.A. on behalf on his grandchildren March 20, 1865.  All of Wiley's children were born in Randolph County, Alabama and included; (1) John W. Bean, b. July 25, 1850 - d. Marshall County, Alabama married Malinda (Fanny) Collier; (2) Monroe Bean b. February 7, 1852 burial Bean-Falkner Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama.; (3) Emeline Martha A. Bean b. June 23, 1853 married Jerry Dingler, d. Seminole County, Oklahoma.; (4) Wiley (Riley) Winston Bean b. August 14, 1855 - d. May 3, 1921 Paris, Lamar County, TX burial Glover, Mc Curtain County, Oklahoma, married Emily Virginia Wright; (5) Mary Elliott Bean b. July 8, 1857 - d. November 30, 1933 Broken Bow, Mc Curtain County, Oklahoma burial Holly Creek Cemetery, Broken Bow, Mc Curtain County, Oklahoma married Robert Lacklin Beavers December 1880 Randolph County, Alabama; (6) Samuel Ashberry Bean b. September 1, 1859, d. January 7, 1924 Randolph County, Alabama. burial Mt. Prospect Baptist Cemetery, Opelia, Randolph County, Alabama. married Laura Ava Arilla Adamson December 11, 1879 Randolph County, Alabama. Laura was b. June 7, 1859 Heard County, Georgia, d. November 21, 1936 Talledega County, Alabama, burial Mt. Prospect Baptist Cemetery, Opelia, Randolph County, Alabama. Daughter of Joseph Greenberry Adamson b. April 1830 in Georgia & Margaret Cumby b. 1836. d. May 17, 1898 Randolph County, Alabama. Submitted by
Gayle Hennington-Van Horn
BEASLEY, J. T. (Private, Flemings County, 5th Florida Cavalry) born Nov 8, 1850, died Sept 23, 1928, buried in the Enterprise City Cemetery, North Main Street, Enterprise, Coffee Co., AL
BEASON, J. T. (Private, Company "F", 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) died Mty 20, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira, New York.  Buried in Plot Number 2843 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BECK Charles (Private, Company 'A', State Artillery) Enlisted Nov 14, 1861, New Orleans, LA by Capt. Gibson.  Transferred from Gibson's Battery Apr 24, 1862; left sick at Blue Mountain, AL on Aug 15, 1862; prisoner of war, captured near Ringgold, GA Nov. 23, 1863 (left the company Nov 25, 1863 at Chickamauga, TN)  Muster Roll as follows:  Dec 31, 1861 to Feb 28, 1863; Apr 30, 1863 to Aug 31, 1863; Aug 31,1863 to Dec 31, 1863; Aug 31, 1864 to Dec 31, 1854; Feb 28, 1865 to May 30, 1865. Compiled from information at the
ADAH
BECK
, Charles (Private, Company 'I', 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born Mar. 29, 1830 in Montgomery Co., AL, died Aug. 21, 1913 in Bay Minette, Alabama.  Enlisted on Sep. 12, 1862 at Camp Lee (near Pollard, AL or in Santa Rosa Co., FL) by Y. N. Sorvell.  On Muster Rolls as follows:  Jun 30 - Oct 31, 1862; to Dec 20, 1862; March & April 1863 by Captain McVoy, paid to Feb 28, 1863; May & June 1863 by Captain McVoy, paid to Apr 30, 1863; July & Aug 1863 by Captain A. McVoy, paid to Jun 30, 1863.  Medical records show him at Ross Hospital, Mobile, AL, admitted Oct 24, 1863 for fever; given 30 day furlough on Oct. 31, 1863.  Wounded at Marietta GA on Jun 27, 1864 while in service with Cantey's Brigade, Walthall's Division.  Remained at home until close of the war on sick leave. Submitted by:
DeAnn Upton
BEEDLES, Benjamin, (Private, Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BEGGS, James Washington (Private, Company A, 40th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Enlisted August 27, 1862 in Gainesville, Alabama in Captain C. S. Coats Militia for a period of 30 days (a 30 Day Man).  Captured at Lookout Mountain on November 24, 1863; confined at Rock Point Island, Illinois prison; released after Lee's surrender.  Died 1916 and is buried in the Prairie Springs Cemetery, Van Zandt County, Texas.  James is living with his mother, Ann, in the 1850 US Census, Sumter Co., AL.  Sources: 
ADAH; James N. Beggs
BEGGS, Robert M. (Private, Company D, 42nd Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born about 1827, enlisted May 2, 1862 in Sumter County, Alabama; on the muster roll in Columbus, Mississippi on May 16, 1862.  Robert is living with his mother, Ann, in the 1850 US Census, Sumter Co., AL.  He died before 1870 (during the Civil War?) as his wife, Mary J. was remarried to Andrew Hinkle in the 1870 Sumter Co., AL Census.  Robert and Mary J. had two children:  Josephine, born about 1849, and Robert, born about 1860. Sources: 
ADAH; James N. Beggs
BEGGS,
William (Private, Company E, 5th Alabama Infantry)  Born about 1840 in Alabama, living with his mother, Ann, in the 1850 US Census, Sumter Co., AL.  Enlisted on April 26, 1861 in Livingston, Sumter Co., AL, Captain Blount's Company F (later E).  Wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862; died at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond Virginia on July 17,m 1862; buried in the Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.
Sources:  ADAH; James N. Beggs
BELL
, I. W. (Private, Company “B” 5th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BELVIN, E. D. (Private, Company “B” 45th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BELES
, Harrison (Private, Company “B” 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BENNEFIELD
, David (Private, Company “F” 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died February 20, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number  2309 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BENNETT,
David A. (Private, Company “G” 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment) died in C.S.A. prison at Salisbury North Carolina on March 13, 1864.
BENNETT
, Joab (Private, Company C, 3rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BENNETT
Reubin R. (Private, Company “H” 40th Alabama Infantry Regiment)  Reubin was born about 1828 in Perry County, Alabama died October 27, 1877 in White County, Arkansas and buried at Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Joy, Arkansas the son of Elizabeth and Alexander R. Bennett. Reubin married October 11, 1858 in Perry County, Alabama to Lacy/Lizzie Jane Jackson. Sources: NARA Microfilm M374 roll 4; 
Sandy Roe
BENNETT, Wm. F. (Private, Company D, 61st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland. 
BERRY, Richardson Davidson (Private, Company B, Pattison's Regiment, 5th Alabama Cavalry) His statement: " I was born 3 Aug 1835 at Red Hill in Marshall County, Alabama; first entered the service  Sep 1862 at Guy Springs, Alabama until April 1865 when he was paroled."  Buried in the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, AL, and the stone on the gives his dates as August 3, 1833 - Nov 27, 1915.  Richard was with his parents, George & Elizabeth Berry in the 1850 US Census, Marshall County.  By 1860, Richardson was married to Elisabeth and living in Winston County, AL.
BERRYHILL, Alfred, (Private, Company “E” 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died February 10, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number _ at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BEVIL, Ed (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BEVIL,
G. D.  (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BEVIS
, Jesse M (Private, 27th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Enlisted in Lauderdale Alabama; Died March 7, 1862 at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois. Sources: Compiled roll by J.P. Cannon of McKinzie, Texas at
ADAH
BIBBY
, Julius A. (Private, Company “A” 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born August 23, 1844 – died June 12, 1897 and buried Oakwood Cemetery Eastland County Texas
BIGBY
, B. F. (Private, Company E, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BILLINGSBY (BILLINGSLEY?)
, W. (C?.) (Private, Company G (I), 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Captured: June 1, 1862 at Corinth Mississippi; Died August 5, 1862 ? at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois. Sources: Broadfoot’s Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865
BISHOP
, J. (Private, Company “H” 33rd Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BLACK, C. J. (Private, Company “G” 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BLACK,
Willis (Private, Company “G” 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died April 19, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1372 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BLAIR
, James H. (Private, Company “A” 8th Alabama Infantry Regiment) [September 8, 1848--January 9, 1920] Oliver Springs Cemetery Comanche County, Texas
BLAIR, Lorenzo R. (Private, Company G, 3rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
BLAIR,
William C., (Private, Company “C” 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died October 09, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 657 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
BLAIR,
William Holly (Private, Company “F” 36th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born: 1817, South Carolina - Died: February 4, 1864, Rock Island, Illinois  and buried: Rock Island National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois Grave #364. Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee on November 25, 1863, William Holly Blair, Sr. died of pneumonia. Source:
Keith Janes
BLAIR,
William Holly Jr (Private, Company “F” 36th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Born: August 7, 1844, Troy, Pike County, Alabama - Died: 12 Aug 1911, Escambia County, Alabama the son of William Holly Sr. of this regiment. Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee on November 25, 1863. Source:
Keith Janes 
BLAIR, Wyley (Private, Company “G” 35th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BLAKE
, William  (Sergeant, Company F, 55th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Captured: December 28, 1864  Egypt Station Mississippi; Died January 21, 1865 of Pneumonia at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois.
BLAKELY (BLAKEY?)
, Jackson (Private, Company B, 57th Alabama) Captured: December 28, 1864  Egypt Station Mississippi; Died February 12, 1865 of Erysipelas at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois; Buried: State Ground Cemetery, North Alton Illinois. Sources: Broadfoot’s Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865
BLAKELY, William, (Private, Company “I” 30th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BLANCETT,
Jordan P. (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles") Born 1828, died 1919, buried in Jackson County, Alabama
BLANCETT, T. M. (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BLANCETT, W. M. (Private, Co. "K" 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Jackson County Rifles")
BLANTON
, John D. (Private, Company “F” 1st Alabama Cavalry Regiment) [May 28, 1846--November 19 1879] Proctor Cemetery Comanche County, Texas
BLANTON, J. W. (Private, Company “K” 26th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Burial at Chattanooga’s Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga Tennessee
BLOODWORTH,
J. H., (Private, Company “G” 5th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died January 26, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1635 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.


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