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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. 

NARA stands for the National Archives in Washington DC where the Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama are housed. For more information on this resource, 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.  



TALLEY, Timothy A., (Private, Company E, 1st Alabama Artillery) Died December 10, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1043 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TANKERSLY
, John, (Private, Company F, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died March 24, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 2463 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TARVAR
, William H. (Private, Company B, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment) November 3, 1861. Buried Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
TATE,
Zachariah (Private, Company A, 31st Alabama Infantry Regiment), Zach was born November 18, 1837 in Rome, Floyd County, Georgia. He is believed to be the son of Zaccheus Tate and Mary Underwood. Moved to Alabama before 1860 and married Elizabeth Edwards believed to be the daughter of Jesse and Mina Edwards. Zach enlisted March 3, 1862 at Gadsden, Cherokee County, Alabama. Mustered in at Camp Goldthwaite near Talladega , Alabama March 24, 1862 under Captain Isaac Moragne. Described as 5 ft 4 in tall, Dark hair, dark complexion and blue eyes. Captured May 17, 1863 at Champion Hill. Appears on a list of prisoners at Fort Delaware, Delaware June 9, 1863. Exchanged July  4, 1863. Captured December 16, 1864 at Nashville, Tennessee. Received at Camp Chase, Ohio from Louisville January 6, 1865. Zach died December 26, 1886 at East Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama. I do not know where he is buried (Wish I did as, I do not know when his wife died and maybe they are together) Children: 1) William R. Tate b. January 9, 1860 born in Gadsden, Alabama. 2) John V. Tate b. June 11, 1866 in Gadsden, Alabama; 3) G.L. Tate ( died young)  b. August 20, 1868 in Gadsden, Alabama; 4) Lemuel Noah Tate b. February 18, 1872 in Gadsden, Alabama; 5) Alice V. Tate b. March 5, 1875 in Gadsden, Alabama; 6) Lewis Napoleon Tate ( my. Great grandfather) b. May 23, 1877 in Gadsden, Alabama; 7) Mary G. Tate b. ca. 1878 in Gadsden, Alabama; 8) James H. Tate b. 28 March 1879 born in Gadsden, Alabama; 9) Queen Elizabeth Tate b. May 19, 1884. in Gadsden, Alabama. Source: Joan (Tate) Huot
TAYLOR, A., (Private, Company E, 61st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died February 15, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 2190 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TAYLOR,
Charles A. (Private, Company I, 11th Alabama Infantry)  Source:  Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
TAYLOR, Charles A. (Private, Company D, O'Neal's 26th Alabama Infantry)  Source:  Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
TAYLOR, Elias (Private, Company F, Alabama 1st Battalion Hilliard's Legion Volunteers) Elias was born abt. 1829 in Alabama (parents unknown at this time) and married Emaline Amanda Hightower daughter of Rebecca House Hightower and Reuben /Rueben Hightower. Elias and Emaline had five children: 1) Mary Ann Taylor; 2) Franklin Taylor; 3) Susan Taylor; 4) Andrew Taylor; 5) Lorenzo Taylor. The records for Hilliard's Legion 1st Battalion show he was killed in the fighting at Bean's Station, Tennessee, December 14, 1863, He was 34 years old. Emeline Amanda Taylor and her children and her mother Rebecca Hightower are listed in the Conecuh County Alabama 1870 census. Source: K Anderson 
TAYLOR,
Lewis (Private, Company F, 11th Alabama Infantry) Source:  Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
TAYLOR, Lewis H.
(Private, Company E, 6th Alabama Infantry)
TAYLOR, Lewis T. (Private, Company G, 6th Alabama Infantry) The Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System shows him as Lewis F. Taylor
TAYLOR, Thomas Smith (2nd Lieutenant, Company G, 6th Alabama Infantry).
TAYLOR, S. P., (Private, Company D, 8th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died August 20, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 115 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TAYLOR
, William W., (Private, Company A, 21st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died March 10, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1858 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TEAGUE
, O. S. (Private, Jeff Davis Alabama Artillery) Died November 21, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 933 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TERRELL,
Joseph E. (Private, Company B, Moses Squadron Alabama Cavalry) Joseph was born 1823 in South Carolina and died August 10, 1895.  Joseph is buried in the Bengal family cemetery, Fruithurst, Cleburne County, Alabama.  Joseph’s parents have not been confirmed, but it my presumption that Joseph Reed and Elizabeth Frances Hoff Terrell are them.  Joseph married Nancy E. Davis 11 December 1842, DeKalb County, Georgia. Nancy was b. July 30. 1812, South Carolina and d. January 8, 1905 and is buried in Methodist Church Cemetery, Arab, Marshall, Alabama. They are not buried together as Nancy; at the time of her death, was living with her daughter Matilda Henson; over a hundred miles from Bengal Cemetery.  Children of Joseph and Nancy were: twins 1) Martha M., b. 26 May 1843, d. 27 Jan 1931; 2) Nancy Jane, b. 26 May 1843, d.15 December 1924; Matilda Elizabeth, b. April 1846, d. 8 December 1928; 4) Mary Margaret, b. 10 December 1848, d. 24 Apr 1922; 5) Doctor John C., b. December 1851, d. December 1926; and my second great grandfather 6) William Richmond, b. 07 December 1854, d. 06 November 1920.  All children were born in the Black Hall Militia District, Fulton County, Georgia.  Military Records indicate Joseph E. Terrell served in the Confederate States of America Army between 22 Sep 1861–15 Jul 1864, enter service from Randolph (now Cleburne) County, Alabama. Muster records indicate he joined Captain Sydney A. Moses' Cavalry Squadron, 7th Alabama Cavalry.  First known duty location was at Pollard, Alabama where he was wounded, substantiated by 9 July 1887 application for a CSA Pension. Records indicated that after the Battle of Pollard, orders were issued to reassigned/reconstituted with the 8th Mississippi Volunteer Infantry. His applications for a pension indicate he served with Company A or B.  However, he apparently served with another Mississippi unit as the inscription of his headstone in Bengal Cemetery reads Co K. 9th Mississippi Infantry.  This can be substantiated by Nancy’s application for the headstone on August 10, 1895. Sources: Ricky E. Terrell and Dianne Terrell; NARA Film NumberM374 roll 44
TERRELL
, Wm. J. (Company H, 26th Alabama Infantry Regiment)
TERRY
, Horton, (Private, Company E, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died November 13, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 815 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TERRY,
James (Private, Company K, 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died November 20, 1861. Buried Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
TERRY
, Thomas D., (Private, Company G, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died February 14, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 2061 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TERRY,
William Strom (Private, Company A, 57th Alabama Infantry Regiment) William was born December 25, 1824 in Edgefield District South Carolina – died November 19, 1888 in Hill County, Texas and it buried in Brandon Cemetery in Hill County Texas. He was married December 23, 1847 to Nancy ?.  Children of William and Nancy are: 1) Mary Elizabeth Terry (b. October 8, 1848 in Alabama – d. March 12, 1900 Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas)  She married Thomas Moses Boswell on December 17, 1868 in Bullock County Alabama; 2) Stephen C. Terry (b. March 15, 1851); 3) James W. Terry (b December 1, 1852); 4) Nancy E. Terry (b. April 10, 1861); 5) Sarah Alice Terry (b. August 5, 1864); William S. Terry (b. April 26, 1866); 6) Luella Terry  (b. August 19, 1870 – d. 1960 in Sweetwater, Nolan County Texas) Nancy applied for a Confederate Widows pension (#07354) in Nolan County Texas. Sources: Linda Jenkins,; NARA Film Number M374 roll 44
THOMAS, D. H. / P. H. (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Enlisted in Shelby County, March 6, 1862. Discharged with disability at Tupelo, Mississippi, June 20, 1862. Enlisted near Knoxville, Tennessee, October 27, 1862. No later record.  
THOMAS
, A. Franklin (Private, Company F, 56th Alabama Infantry Regiment) born 1835 – died 1907 and buried  Antioch Baptist Church Of Christ, Winston County Alabama  
THOMAS, James H. (Private, Company E, 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died September 8, 1862. Buried Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
THOMAS
, Lewis M. (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Wounded at Shiloh, Tennessee, April 6, 1862. Discharged with disability at Tupelo, Mississippi, July 1, 1862. 
THOMAS
, William H. (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Enlisted at Fort Gaines, Alabama, September 7, 1861. Wounded at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 1862 and captured there, January 5, 1863. Paroled at Fort McHenry, Maryland, June 3, 1863 for exchange at Fort Monroe, Virginia. Furloughed from a Confederate hospital in Petersburg, Virginia. June 19, 1863. Paroled at Montgomery, Alabama, May 24, 1865. Description: dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, five feet nine inches tall.  
THOMPSON
, Andrew J., (Private, Company E, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died January 16, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1445 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
THOMPSON
, Elijah Teague (Captain, Company D, 31st Alabama Infantry) - b. 1828 in Abbeville District South Carolina - d. 1919 in Milam County Texas He was the son of Lydia TEAGUE and Robert THOMPSON. The Thompson's move in 1835 to Benton (Calhoun) County Alabama.  Elijah married in 1847/9 to Arianah Augusta GHENT. "He entered the Confederate service in the latter part of 1861, enlisting in Company D, which he raised and of which he was elected and commissioned Captain, 31st Alabama Infantry.  With this command he joined the Army of Tennessee in February, 1862, and participated in the raid into Kentucky under General E. Kirby SMITH, joined BRAGG and was with him in his subsequent operations as far as Murfreesboro, Tennessee, whence Stephenson's division, to which the Thirty-first Alabama belonged, was ordered to the vicinity of Knoxville.  Captain Thompson's command, however, took part in the engagements at Fort Gibson, Baker's Creek, Big Black and the siege of Vicksburg.  At the fall of Vicksburg he was paroled, with the remainder of his comrades, and soon afterward rendezvoused at Demopolis, Alabama, was later exchanged and again entered the service in time to take part in the battle of Chickamauga.  He was in all the engagements in the vicinity of Chattanooga, and, entering the Georgia campaign in the spring of 1864, he was in the series of fights down to Atlanta, being captured at Kennesaw mountain on June 15, 1864.  He was taken from this point to Johnson's island, New York, where he was held till June 15, 1865. E. T. & his family headed West in 1869 and reached Port Sullivan (Milam County) on December 7, 1869.  He was buried in the Port Sullivan Cemetery in 1919 almost 50 years later.  He was a farmer, Mason and Methodist. Did I not notice a General BARTON from Alabama?  I find it interesting to learn that  Capt. Thompson's paternal grandmother's maiden name was BARTON and he had a brother with the name of Barton.  Also. . .General HOOD was a frequent visitor in Port Sullivan Texas. " Souirces: (History of Texas Together With A Biographical History of Milam, Williamson, Bastrop, Travis, Lee and Burleson Counties. . . Containing a Concise History of the State, with Portraits and Biographies of Prominent Citizens of the above named Counties, and Personal Histories of Many of the Early Settlers and Leading Families. The Lewis Publishing Company - Chicago - 1893 - pp. 353, 354 & 355); Joanne Clarke
THOMPSON
, Francis M. (Private, Company R, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died October 25, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 848 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
THOMPSON
, H., (Private, Company G, 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died November 26, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 905 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
THOMPSON
, J. A., (Private, Company G, 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died October 07, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 587 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
THOMPSON
, James A (Private, Company C, 17th Alabama) Captured: December 28, 1864 Egypt Station Mississippi; Died January 22, 1865 Pneumonia at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois
THOMPSON
, Thomas J., (Private, Company E, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died February 14, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 2030 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
THOMPSON
, Thomas P., (Private, Company D, 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died December 16, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 1062 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TICE
, George W., (Private, Company F, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died October 30, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 743 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.
TIMONS
, Jno. (Private, Company B, 61st Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
TRAMMELL,
D. O. (Private, Company I, 3rd Georgia Reserves) born 1847 – died 1918; living in Houston County Alabama. Sources: the late Homer Jones
THRASHER,
Emanuel C. B. (Private, Company G, 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment) suicide near Richmond Virginia on June 8, 1862.
THRASHER,
John T. (Private, Company G, 44th Alabama Infantry Regiment) born 1847 – died 1907; living in Houston County Alabama.  Sources: the late Homer Jones
THRASHER,
Thomas (Private, Company G, 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment) died Richmond Virginia Hospital on August 24, 1862.
TRAMMEL
, J. F. (Private, Company E, 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
TRAWEEK, Israel C. (Private, Company A, 44th Alabama Infantry Regiment)  Died September 5, 1862. Buried Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
TRAYWICK
, George W (Private, Company B, 33rd Alabama) Captured: October 11, 1862 Harrodsburg, Kentucky; Died February 2, 1863 Variola at Alton Federal Military Prison Illinois
TRAYWICK
, John Jefferson (Private, Company K, 58th Alabama Infantry Regiment) John Jefferson Traywick was from Autauga County Alabama and brother to Robert Traywick. (Unit Unknown)  Source: Nita Boirum
TRAYWICK
, Robert ( Unknown Unit) Robert was born April 30, 1842 – d. November 20, 1919 and buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery #2, Autauga County, Alabama;,  ,married Mary Robison February 1, 1843 – died June 18, 1918 and buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery #2  Autauga County Alabama. Robert “Bob” Traywick (spelling could be TRAWICK, TREWEEK, TRAWEEK ETC.) supposedly served in the Civil War and was a deserter. My Mother often talked about this and always referred to him as BOB. His Mother's name was Sarah and I do not know his Father's name other than Traywick. I have found only one Robert that might be him. The name is only shown with ROBERT no initial L. He was listed as Recruit, Alabama, Private, Confederate. He was living in Autauga County Alabama at that time. Later in life he lived in Chilton County Alabama. His wife was named Mary Robertson/Robinson. (I have seen it spelled both ways). He also had a brother John Jefferson Traywick (Private, Company K. 58th Alabama Infantry Regiment) who served in the Civil War from Autauga County Alabama. Source: Nita Boirum
TREADWELL, L. M. (Private, Company A, 6th Alabama Cavalry) b. October 26, 1846 – d. February 13, 1925 and Buried Enterprise City Cemetery, North Main Street, Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama
TREMEL
, A. (Private, Company I, 8th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
TRICE
, Elvin (Private, Company C, 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Shelby Confederates) Captured at Nashville, Tennessee, December 15, 1864. Died of fever at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 30, 1865. Buried in Chicago City Cemetery, grave 615, block 2. 
TRICKEY, William H (Private, Company B, 18th Alabama Infantry)  Born about 1830 in Alabama, son of Giles Trickey; married before 1853 to Mary; children in 1860 were Amanda, age 7, Mary E., age 5, William H., age 3, and Daniel T., age 1. William died at Camp Gov. Moore hospital in Mobil, Alabama of fever on April 3, 1862.  Source:  Jack Trickey
TROT, Benjamin Franklin (Private, Company B, 24th Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eastland Co., TX. 
TOWLER, J. R. (Private, Company K, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Died January 25, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira, New York.  Buried in Plot Number 1839 at Woodlawn National Cemetery)
TUCKER, A. J. (Private, Company A, 7th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, A. W. (Private, Company C, Livingston's Cavalry, 8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, C. (Private, Company H, Malone's Cavalry, 9th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, Dixon (Private, Company K, 1st Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, G. W. (Private, Company F, 1st Battalion, Alabama Artillery) George Washington Tucker was born in 1827 in Pike County, Alabama and died December 9, 1864 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira, New York.  Buried in Plot Number 1175 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.  He was the son of Hiram Tucker and Catherine Hendry Tucker.  He married Mildred Margaret Bradley.  Source: 
Wynette Welch.
TUCKER
, H. (Private, Company A, 15th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. A. (aka Joshua A. Tucker) (Private, Company F, 4th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. C. (aka J. E. Tucker) (Private, Company H, 5th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. D. (Private, Company C, Livingston's Cavalry, 8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. E. (aka J. C. Tucker) (Private, Company H, 5th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. F. (Private, Company F, 6th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. F. (Private, Company A, 8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, J. H. (Private, Company B, 3rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment)
TUCKER, John E. (Private, Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Captured May 15, 1864, Resaca, Georgia.  Died June 17, 1864 from Thyphoid-Malira at Alton Federal Military Prison, Illinois.  Buried in the State Ground Cemetery, North Alton, Illinois.

TUCKER, J. M. (Private, Company C, Livingston's Cavalry,  8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment) James Monroe Tucker was b. May 16, 1845 Grady, Montgomery County Alabama - d. October 29, 1925 Rutledge, Crenshaw County Alabama and buried Fairview Church of Christ Cemetery, North East Crenshaw County Alabama. He was the son of  Isaac David Tucker (b. 1819 Montgomery County Alabama - d. after 1871 and buried Fairview Cemetery) Married December 1, 1841 in Montgomery County Alabama to Marcy Russell (b. September 5, 1824 in Montgomery County Alabama - d. before 1869 and Buried Fairview Cemetery). Attesting to the service of James Monroe Tucker was M. S. Humphries of Bradleyton, Alabama . James married January 19, 1869 to Eunice Frances Josephine Garner (b. July 4, 1838 Montgomery County Alabama - d. July 29, 1868 Montgomery County Alabama and Buried Fairview Cemetery) Children of James Monroe and Eunice Frances Josephine Garner Tucker: 


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James Monroe Tucker ca 1923

( 1 )  John H. Morgan Tucker (b. September 6, 1869 Montgomery County Alabama - d. November 6, 1935 Crenshaw County Alabama buried Fairview Cemetery) Married March 6, 1895 to Mary Elizabeth Tucker Luverne, Crenshaw County Alabama (b. 10 Aug 1872 Crenshaw County Alabama - d. January 29, 1946 Pike County Alabama buried Fairview Cemetery);
( 2 ) Albertson Herbert Tucker (b. April 20, 1871 Montgomery County Alabama - d. June 11, 1928 Montgomery County Alabama) Married July 23, 1893 to Georgia Alice Tucker Montgomery County Alabama (b. July 11, 1875 - d. March 17, 1918 and buried Fairview Cemetery);   
( 3 )  Joseph Solomon Tucker (b. July 1, 1873 Montgomery County Alabama d. July 3, 1942 Montgomery, Montgomery County and Alabama buried Fairview Cemetery) Married first on  January 3, 1894 to Mary Susan (Mollie) Gregory (b.  December 24, 1876 Crenshaw County Alabama - d. June 19, 1909 and Buried Fairview Cemetery) Joseph married second on  August 10, 1910 to Mamie Lee Noble (b.  August 30, 1883 in Alabama - d. November 25, 1957 Montgomery, Montgomery County and Buried Fairview Cemetery); 
( 4 )  Junie Lee Tucker (b. August 30, 1875 Montgomery County Alabama - d.  December 25, 1952 Florida) Married first on  January 24, 1900 in Pike County Alabama to Sula R. Mary Kent and married second to Mrs. Mary Warner Bradley. Sources: Wynnette T. Welch

TUCKER, John (Private, Company C, 8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment “Livingston's”)
TUCKER
, Leroy C. (Private, Company C, 7th Alabama Cavalry Regiment) Buried at Point Lookout Maryland.
TUCKER,
R. T. (Private, Company C, 8th Alabama Cavalry Regiment “Livingston's”)
TURNER, Daniel M. (Private, Company C, 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment) September 4 or 7, 1862. Buried Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
TURNER, I. L. (Private, Company H, 46th Alabama Infantry) b. September 12, 1836 – d. November 25, 1915 and Buried Enterprise City Cemetery, North Main Street, Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama
TURNER
, J H (Private, 4th Alabama) Captured: July 24, 1863 McNair Co., Tennessee; Died November 28, 1863
of Small Pox at Small Pox Island, West Alton, Illinois.  Source:  Confederate Burials on Small Pox Island, West Alton, Illinois
TUTTLE
, David, (Private, Company F, 1st Battalion Alabama Artillery) Died March 07, 1865 at Elmira Military Prison, Elmira New York. Buried in Plot Number 2891 at Woodlawn National Cemetery.


 

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