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59th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: John Hawkins DanielRank: Private Company:
JJ Hawkins Daniel was my great grandfather. Records I have found to date show him as missing near Petersburg, or captured and sent to Point Lookout. He also served with his cousin, Zacharis Daniel who was Captain of Company H and was killed in action at Watkins House, March 25th 1965. If anyone has further information on either it would be appreciated.
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Name: George Washington HughesRank: Private Company:
One of less than 10 of his company to surrender at Appomattox .
Contact Name: Clark Rice
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Name: Edward AdairRank: Unknown Company: A
Born Sep 6, 1827. member Slaughter's Co.A.
Buried in hammons Family Cem. Clay Co. Alabama.
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Name: Anthony Crumbley HouseRank: Private Company: A
Joined Hilliard's Legions, AL, Co. C. 2nd Bn, May 1862, incorporated into Co. A. 59th AL INF, 1863.
Captured, Petersburg, VA. June 17, 1864. Paroled Elmira, NY, June 19, 1865. Buried, Smyrna Church Cemetery, Coosa Co. AL.
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Name: William Luker LoveRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: A
He was wounded at Chickamauga
captured at Farmville, 4-6-1865
Contact Name: John L Love
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Name: Allen Mason StewartRank: Private Company: A
pvt. allen mason stewart was a soldier of A Company

Lived in Pickneyville, coosa county, buried in rock springs cemetery, clay county
Contact Name: pamela joy stewart
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Name: Alfred Carnes WhittenRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted June 1862 into 'CO A' Second Batt. Hilliard's Legion at Montgomery,Ala. The Legion was divided into the 59th & 60th Ala. Regiments & the 23rd Battalion at Charleston, SC on November 25th, 1863.
Alfred also did extra duty as a Teamster at Petersburg in late 1864.
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Name: John YatesRank: Private Company: A
Captured in the battle of Saylor's Creek and tranfered to New Port News prisoner of war camp. Signed the Oath of Allegiance after the war and released to go home.
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Name: John Wesley WaitsRank: Private Company: B
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Name: James A. LoganRank: 3rd Corporal Company: C
Born: 18 Nov 1837 at Hanover, Coosa, AL (parents Alexander Logan & Martha Smith)
Enlisted 5 May 1862 at Rockford, Coosa, AL
Appointed 3rd Corporal on 1 Jan 1863
Gun shot wound to right knee, & sent to hospital, 16 May 1864
At Chimborazo Hospital No. 3, Richmond, VA, 30 Jun 1864
Furloughed from Chimborazo hospital to Coosa County, AL, 2 Sep 1864
Died: 25 Dec 1911, Buried at Andrews Chapel Cemetery, Hanover, Coosa, AL
Wife: Angeline (White) Logan, dau. of R.Major White & Elizabeth Ann Blankenship
Contact Name: Catherine Fields
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Name: Robert Y. MartinRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Robert J. PowellRank: Private Company: C
This was my great-great grandfather. According to my great uncle he was wounded in the war and lost a leg. The man who shot him returned after the war to visit him. He is buried in Coosa County, Alabama. I'm looking for pictures of this unit if there are any available.
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Name: Lewis Leethem ShawRank: 1st Sergeant Company: C
Lewis L Shaw * 1st Sgt Co C 59 Reg't Alabama Infantry, enlisted Mar 26 1862, at Rockford Alabama, by Capt Stubblefield, for 3 years, L L Shaw, Sgt Co C 59 Regt Ala, report of sick and wounded in General Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA. Died Sept 13, 1864 and buried in Richmond Virginia. Sgt. Lewis L. Shaw, 59th AL, Company c, who died 9-13-1864 is at rest at Oakwood Confederate Cemetery - Richmond Virginia. He is in Section G, Row G, grave 095.
This is my gggg grandfather

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Name: Wyatt M. SnowRank: Private Company: E
It's on his grave site and in ancestry i found his name on the roll
Contact Name: Marcus Snow
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Name: Joseph Vineyard CastleberryRank: Corporal Company: F
killed in action at chickamauga sept 1863 listed on confederate roll of honor
Contact Name: charles j. smith
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Name: Joseph Ewyn CrowderRank: Private Company: F
This was my g-g-grandfather.
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Name: David F.L. KerrRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
David F.L. Kerr was one of my GG grandfathers on my mothers side of the line. he was born jan.30, 1828. his age at enlistment is given as 34 years. he served as 2 Lt. of Co. A of the 2nd battalion of Hilliards Legion until it was disbanded and reorganized as the 59th and 60th alabama regiments. he then served as the 2nd Lt. of company F of the 59th regiment. He was reported killed in action at the battle of Drewry's Bluff on May 16th, 1864. he is buried somewhere in the Drewry's Bluff area, probably in one of the unmarked mass graves.
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Name: Levi Nathaniel MulloyRank: Private Company: F
Died as a prisoner of war at Point Lookout Maryland on August 8, 1864.
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Name: Hampton SmithRank: Private Company: F
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Name: William E. SummerlinRank: Private Company: H
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Name: John M. ArnoldRank: Private Company: I
Died 4 Jul 1863, Vicksburg, MS
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Name: Lafayette LeeRank: Private Company: I
Lafayette has 13 cards in his archival file. He was 29 years old when he enlisted at Greenville, Alabama. He was wounded and sent to the hospital. On 17 Nov. 1863 He is Furloughed for 60 days to Lounds County Ala., from the 2nd Division Hospital at Howard's Grove, Richmond Virginia. He is paroled on 24 May 1865 at Montgomery Ala. after swallowing the Yellow Dog. He is described as 5 foot 5 inches tall, Red hair, Grey eyes and fair complexion. He died 25 June 1898 at Helicon, Crenshaw county Alabama
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Name: Richard Fuller ManlyRank: Captain Company: I
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Name: John Wesley BirdRank: Private Company: K
My Great Great Grandfather served as color bearer at the age of 16 with the 59th Alabama Infantry Unit Co. K formed near or in Coosa County Alabama. At the battle of Gettysburg a bullet grazed his scalp. According to a great aunt who wrote about her father four colored troops were killed right beside him but never did the flag go down. He was taken prisoner aobut midway through the war and released at the wars end. After the war he left Alabama and resided in Camden, Arkansas where he married and had 10 children. Meek Tarpley Bird was one of his sons . (My gg grandfather) His daughter Mary Alice Bird married Jack Stewart Smith in Camden , Arkansas . Had My father Robert Bird Smith. As I am Jr. and I have two sons. Richard Bird Smith (6) and Jacob Bird Smith (7 months) I have many old pictures from Arkansas and including John Wesley Bird and all of his children and some grandchildren. I am looking for other direct decendents of John Wesley Bird. Please feel free to contact me at romi132@earthlink.net
Contact Name: Robert Bird Smith Jr.
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Name: Thomas HolmesRank: Private Company: K
The following information is from Alabama Department of Archives and History website (www.archives.state.al.us/civilwar/results/cfm).

Information cards produced from information provided by soldiers to state of Alabama.

Card one states: Thomas Holmes Regiment unit: Hollis Battery Co. K
Enlisted: 1862/04/00 (sic)
Enlistment info: Alabama, Coosa County
Remarks: Continued until 1862/12.
Reenlisted as a private 1862/12 at Cumberland Gap in the 59th Alabama Regiment Infantry, Co. K and continued until 1865/04/06. Was captured and remained in prison until 1865/07/18. Paroled at New Port News, Virginia.
Address 1907-08 Stocks, Alabama.
Rank: private
Authority: Census Tax Assessor Fayette Co. 1907-08

Another card pertaining to pensions states:
Thomas Holmes 59th Alabama Regiment Co. K, Pension received. Yes.
Authority: Alabama Pension No. 2711 Fayette Co.
Enlistment date 1862/05/04
Enlistment info: Rockford, Alabama
Pensioner: Thomas Holmes
Witnesses: W. J. Akins and J. W. Akins
Contact Name: Milly Storey Holmes
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Name: W D. WaldenRank: Captain Company: K
Killed at Battle of Chicamauga
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