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Name: Isiah Quartermus AkinRank: Private Company:
I only know that isiah served in the 56th ala.
entered at the walker co.court house in jasper ala.
lived in walker co.about 4 miles west of sipsi on a farm.
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Name: William Henry ClarkRank: Private Company:
He later became part of the artillery battery formed from 2 companies of the 6th. Paroled at Vicksburg but rejoined the fight with his battery around Atlanta.
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Name: James Newell LightfootRank: Colonel Company:
James Newell Lightfoot was promoted to Colonel of 6th Ala Infantry on May 07, 1863. He began his service on May 11, 1861 as 2nd Lieutenant, Co. A, 6th AL. Infantry. The company was mustered into service as Company A of the Sixth Alabama Infantry regiment, although the designation was later changed to B. On Nov 30, 1861, he became Captain, Co. A, 6th AL. Infantry.
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Name: George B. StoneRank: Private Company:
PVT. George B. Stone enlisted May 5, 1861 and served in Company E. At the battle of Seven Pines he was wounded and died as the result of his wounds several days later on June 9, 1862. He is buried at his homeplace
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Name: John AdkisonRank: Private Company: A
Severely woulded in hip at Battle of Chancellorsville. Lost
right arm later at Battle of Spotsylvannia Court House.
Enlisted at Enterprise, ALA.
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Name: David B. BlewettRank: Unknown Company: A
David's archival records have not been found. His name appears on a List of vol's belonging to the 'Columbia Blues' a military company located at Columbia, Henry County Alabama.List is dated 24 May 1860. His name is # 25 on the list.
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Name: James Alexander BuieRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted Henry County, Alabama in 1862. Wounded Gettysburg, captured at Spotsylvania Court House, May 1864. Sent to Elmira, New York POW Camp. Paroled June, 1865. Died Houston County, Alabama in 1907.
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Name: Malcom Royal BuieRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted Henry County, Alabama, 1862. Seriously wounded at Boonesboro, 1862, wounded at Gettysburg, 1863, wounded and captured at Spotsylvania Courthouse 1864 and paroled home. Moved to Texas 1895, Died in Smith County, Texas in 1924.
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Name: William Wallis BuieRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted 1862, Henry County, Alabama, Killed at The Battle of Seven Pines, Virginia, May 1862. He was 23 years old.
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Name: William Samuel CorbittRank: Private Company: A
William was born December 29, 1829 in SC and moved with his parents to Henry County AL in 1837. Enlisted in the 6th Alabama on September 1, 1862.

Federal Prisoner of War records show that he was captured April 3, 1865 at Richmond, Virginia, while retreating to Appomattox after the Siege of Petersburg. He was released at Point Lookout, Maryland, June 10,1865 upon taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States.

He returned to Henry County but later moved to Hartford, Geneva County, AL where he died on January 31, 1907.
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Name: Aaron KirklandRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: Pleasant McDonaldRank: Private Company: A
Pleasant McDonald born Nov1839 killed May31,1862 at Battle of SevenPines,VA.The following is a poem said to be written by him while serving in 6th Ala.Infantry.
'Sweet Alabama'
Sweet Alabama my native land,
How dear thou art to me!
Were all the world at my command I still would cling to thee.
My boyhood's could I forget?
Though I might be forgot.
For those I love are living yet In that dear cherished spot
Sweet Alabama
Though now a man
Where ever I may roam, My heart it never can,
Forget my boyhood's home
One only hope,one only care,
Next that of heaven above- That I might once again be there,
Once more with those I love.
Those kindred hearts,those loving friends
and all my boyish pets,
Would welcome me and make amends
For all my past regrets.
But Oh! It may never prove Again to be my happy lot.
Then all I ask of those I love
One though, forget me not.

Pleasant McDonald
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Name: John Thomas WestonRank: Private Company: A
Served from 1 Sept 1862 to 13 Oct 1862, released from Richmond, VA hospital, returned to Gordon, AL and later joined Co. A, 11th Alabama State Troops (Home Guard) til end of War.
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Name: Nathan WhiddonRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Joseph Holiday ArmstrongRank: Private Company: B
He's my 2nd Great Grandfather. He enlisted in Company B 'Henry Greys' on March the 7th 1862 and he served until May of 1864 when he was captured at the Spotsylvania Courthouse in Virginia and was sent to Point Lookout Prison Camp in Maryland on May the 23rd 1864. He was then moved to the Prison Camp in Elmira New York on July the 6th 1864 where he remained until June the 23rd 1865 when he took the oath and was released.
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Name: Alexander Curry GordonRank: Captain Company: B
The first company organized in Henry County Alabama, the 'Henry Greys,' was a company raised by Alexander C. Gordon of Abbeville, Alabama who became its captain. The organization was perfected on May 11, 1861. On May 16, 1861 the company was mustered into service as Company A of the Sixth Alabama Infantry regiment, although the designation was later changed to B. He only served about 6 months as he was 50 years old. He returned home to serve with the Henry Mounted Rebels, which was a Home Guard outfit.
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Name: Michael HolmesRank: Private Company: B
Mike enlisted in March, 1861 and returned home in March, 1862.
He later served in the 6th Ala Cavalry. He survived the war and is buried in Judson Baptist Cemetery in Henry County, Ala.
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Name: Jasper N. HuttoRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Henry W. McMathRank: Corporal Company: B
Killed at Gettysburg, PA., 3 July, 1863.
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Name: Joseph B. RobertsRank: Sergeant Company: B
I am a direct descendant of Joseph B Roberts. He was my great, great grandfather on my father's side of the family.
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Name: Elias WindhamRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Hillery C PittmanRank: Private Company: C
Military Headstone found at Newberry Village Cemetery, Newberry, S.C.
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Name: Charles Christmas HeardRank: Private Company: C
Looking for information as to where Company C, 6th Alabama Infantry was placed and fought at Gettysburg, and also how to find out if my relative died during battle.
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Name: Samuel WilsonRank: Unknown Company: C
WILSON,Samuel Born 2July1832, Co.C 6 Ala. Infantry.
Wounded Oct 1863, Richmond,VA Died Aug1907 in Pike Co.AL.
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Name: Samuel D. CoinRank: Private Company: D
Samuel D Coin had four brothers and a brother-in-law in Confederate Service: James, 6th Kentucky Cavalry. Joseph Thomas and John, 34th Georgia Infantry. Spear Fort Kuykendall, 15th Northwest Arkansas Infantry.
Fought at the Battle of Seven Pines in Virginia. Lost part of a leg and a finger.
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Name: Green PrinceRank: Corporal Company: D
Green was my grgruncle.
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Name: William PrinceRank: Corporal Company: D
William was my grgruncle.
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Name: Carroll Newton ThompsonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: D
'Newt' was a Jr. 2nd Lt. He later resigned his commission due to the inability to fulfill the duties.
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Name: Carroll Newton ThompsonRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Joseph William GarrardRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Thomas James ScottRank: Private Company: E
Killed in action, Battle of Seven Pines.
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Name: James Lemuel SolesRank: Private Company: E
1842-1910
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Name: Cornelius Starr ThomassonRank: Private Company: E
Corneilius Starr Thomasson was my GG-Grandfather. His brother Jefferson Sylvanus Thomasson also faught with the Alabama 6th. Please add both names to this roster.

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john
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Name: Jeremiah Samuel CarterRank: Private Company: G
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Name: George Derrick ConnerRank: Musician Company: G
George D. Conner was my GG grandfather. He enlisted with his brother Seth in 1861 in Montgomery, ALA aged 13. He is buried in Magnolia cemetery in Augusta, Ga. next to his brother.
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Name: Seth David ConnerRank: Musician Company: H
Seth David Conner was my GG uncle. He joined the 6th Alabama with his bother George in Montgomery at the age of 15 in 1861.
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Name: Roland J. GreeneRank: Private Company: I
Roland J. Greene enlisted 1861/08/02 in Clarke County Al. Served in Company C and I. Family history said He was captured (Place & date unknown) and died at a POW camp on Long Island, NY. Maybe Elmira (camp Chemung River) POW camp. No other information. His Brother, My Great Grand Father Thomas Barney Greene ( Who was married with a son, My Grand Father) then enlisted in the 6Th Alabama Cavalry, Company H, to avenge Roland's death. Thomas survived the War.
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Name: Nathaniel Julius McConnellRank: Corporal Company: I
This was my Grandfather. He was born 100 years before I was born. He died in 1928 at ninety one years of age.
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Name: Francis A. O'nealRank: Lieutenant Company: J
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Name: Winslow Dudley HillRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: K
Winslow Dudley Hill born 17 May 1828 Alabama Died: 25 Dec 1913 Alabama.
Served with 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry as a First Lieutenant in Confederate Army.HILL, Benjamin W. D. (1st Lieutenant, Company K, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)
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Name: Walter Willis CoxRank: Private Company: L
Walter W. Cox enlisted at Montgomery in the Loachapoka Rifles. He served in Company 'L' and survived the war. He relocated to Texas and is buried in the Smith Cemetary west of Gatesville.
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Name: Joseph Wiley LakeRank: Private Company: L
Joseph was initially part of Loachapoka Rifles and later attached to Company L of the 6th Alabama. He was severely wounded (''shot to pieces'') losing a leg after the unit was sent to join the Army of Northern Virginia and returned home sitting out the remainder of the war. He married and drew a pension as a disabled veteran for the rest of his days in the Horseshoe Bend area of Alabama.
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Name: Robert Andrew WareRank: Private Company: L
Enlisted May 15, 1861 in Montgomery, Alabama.
Transfered to Company-G, 15th Georgia Inf. on Dec. 7, 1862.
(15th Ga. Inf, Benning''s Brigade, Hood''s Div., Longstreet''s Corps, A. or N. Virginia (R.E. Lee). Captured on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pa. Paroled on Feb. 18, 1865 at Point Lookout, Maryland. Received for exchange on James River, Feb. 21, 1865.
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Name: Henry B. BoutwellRank: Private Company: M
Born 1837 In Darlington District South Carolina and died in 1911 in Forest home Butler County Alabama
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Name: Lonnie B. BoutwellRank: Private Company: M
Born August 5 1826 in Darlington District South Carolina and Died August 18, 1935 @109 years old. He is Burried In Liberty community in Butler county Alabama.
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Name: Charles Elfonas BrunerRank: Private Company: M
Also had relatives, Asa M, George L.H. and P. M. Bruner. These were the brothers of Charles E. Bruner. All were from Lowndes County, Alabama, 6th Alabama, Company M.
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