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17th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: George M. AcremanRank: Private Company:
George Acreman enlisted with the 17th Alabama Regiment in 1861. Died July 1864, possibly at Battle of Peachtree Creek in Georgia.
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Name: Pleasant Shaw NixonRank: Private Company:
wonded 3 times surrendered in 1865
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Name: James Bryan FonvilleRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: Franklin L. WalkerRank: Unknown Company: A
I am researching to find out when my great, great, great grandfather (Franklin L. Walker)date of death. He survived the C.W. and his daughter (my great, great grandmother) was born in 1871. I know his was buried in Crenshaw County, AL in Mothershed cemetery.
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Name: William Nathan JonesRank: Private Company: B
William enlisted Oct 1, 1862 in Clarke County. According to unit history (The Seventeenth Alabama Infantry, by I. E. Thompson)he was hospitalized in Mobile September 1, 1863 with 'remitt fever,' February 3, 1864 with 'pleuritis,' March and September with 'acute diarrhea' and in November with colitus.' Prisoner of War records state he was captured April 26, 1865 at Greenville, Alabama and paroled, same location, on or about May 6, 1865. His wife Elizabeth Ann L. (Friddle) Jones applied and received a pension (#26985). William died February 1879.
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Name: Hilery Green ParmerRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private in Company B, 17th Alabama Infantry, Army of Tennessee on Feb 23, 1863 at Greenville, Butler County Alabama. Wounded at the Battle of Resaca, Georgia on May 14, 1864, He was discharged from service on May 7, 1865. Filed for pension in Lowndes County Alabama in 1907.
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Name: John RamboRank: Corporal Company: B
KIA at Resaca, GA May 1864
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Name: James Monroe ThomasRank: Private Company: B
James was about 16 years old when he joined. There are few details other than that on his gravestone and two cards in his file. He is on a Register of discharged soldiers. He was discharged on 5 Dec. 1861. It could have been because he was to young or that he had been wounded.
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Name: Tapley K. HendricksRank: Private Company: C
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Name: George H. PoseyRank: 4th Corporal Company: C
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Lafayette Washington TraweekRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: C
Applied for Confederate pension 4/8/1902. File # 9212, approved Sept. application on File. 3rd Lieutenant
Company C 17th Alabama Regiment. Moved to Texas about 1869.
born November 12, 1830 in Greenville, Alabama; died April 18,
1905 in Port Arthur, Texas.
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Name: William Horton ThomasRank: Private Company: D
Died from wounds received from Battle of Shiloh.
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Name: Thomas Valentine BarrettRank: Sergeant Company: E
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Name: George Washington BroxsonRank: Unknown Company: E
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Name: John G. CooperRank: Private Company: E
John G Cooper lived to nearly 101. He married a widow with two children in Randolph Co, AL after the war. They had seven more children, moved to Lincoln Co, TN, on to Boone Co, AR, through Indian Territory (Oklahoma), down to Navarro Co, TX then back up to Comanche, Stephens Co, OK. On the occasion of his 100th birthday in 1930, he walked 3 miles into Comanche, to Main st, threw his hat up in the air and let out a 'Rebel Yell.' He also was celebrated on the front page of the newspaper, had a big luncheon birthday party with the Kiwanis Club and ?supposedly went up in an airplane that day. I have great photos of these events.
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Name: George M. DalrympleRank: Private Company: E
George has no record in the national archive that I could find. His service is based on a Confederate pension that his wife Sarah Rebecca Huddleston received. He died 4 Aug 1863 and is buried in an unmarked grave at the Confederate Rest Hospital in Mobile Alabama. Rebecca Huddleston is my 3rd cousin 4 x removed.
Bloods thin but still kin.
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Name: David Franklin HuddlestonRank: Private Company: E
David was born May 1826 in Troup Co. Georgia according to his pension file. Enlisted at Mobile, Ala 12 Aug 1861 and mustered out at Rock Island prison in Aug 1865. He has 5 cards in his archival file which provide little information. He lived to be 101, dying in 1927. He had four gunshot wounds and showed his wartime scars when he met with his fellow compatriots in arms. He is my 3rd cousin 4 x removed on my Pankey line.
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Name: David Franklin HuddlestonRank: Private Company: E
Wounded, captured, was at Rock Island prison at end of war
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Name: Frank McWatersRank: Private Company: E
FRANK WAS A PVT. IN COMPANY E, 17TH ALABAMA INFANTRY, (COMPANY E WAS COMPOSED OF MEN FROM PIKE COUNTY). HE ENLISTED IN SEPTEMBER 1861 AND WAS PAROLED AT TALLADEGA, ALABAMA IN 1865. HE LOST AN ARM SOMETIME DURING THE WAR (PROBABLY HIS RIGHT ARM, AS HIS SIGNATURE ON HIS PENSION PAPERS APPEARS TO BE WRITTEN VERY AWKWARDLY, LEFT HANDED). HE WAS PROBABLY WOUNDED EITHER AT SHILOH (1862) OR IN THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN (1864) BETWEEN RESACA AND JONESBORO, GEORGIA AS THE 17TH WAS MOST HEAVILY ENGAGED IN THESE BATTLES. (LOSING 125 AND 586 KILLED AND WOUNDED, RESPECTIVELY AT SHILOH AND IN GEORGIA. THESE CASUALTIES WERE OUT OF A REGIMENT OF APPROXIMATELY 1,000 MEN, A RATE OF OVER 70% FOR THESE TWO CAMPAIGNS ALONE.)

DURING GENERAL HOOD'S DISASTEROUS CAMPAIGN INTO TENNESSEE IN THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1864 THE 17TH WAS ENGAGED IN THE SLAUGHTER AT FRANKLIN (LOSING 19 OF 21 OFFICERS) AND THE ROUTE OF HOOD'S ARMY AT NASHVILLE. THEY WERE ENGAGED FOR ONE LAST FIGHT AT BENTONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, BEFORE THE REMNANT THAT WAS LEFT SURRENDERED AND WERE PAROLED BY GENERAL SHERMAN ON APRIL 8, 1865 AT GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA.

AS FRANK WAS PAROLED AT TALLEDEGA AND NOT GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, HE MUST HAVE EITHER BEEN STILL RECOVERING FROM HIS WOUNDS, OR SERVING WITH A UNIT OTHER THAN THE 17TH.
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Name: John G. MoonRank: Private Company: E
1839-1862 Died of sickness while on furlough in Randolph Co., Alabama.
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Name: Josiah F. MoonRank: Private Company: E
1837-5 July 1862 Died in General Hospital in Macon, Mississippi.
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Name: Levi E. MoonRank: Private Company: E
2 July 1831-15 Jan 1862 Died in hospital, Pensacola, Florida.
Contact Name: George Hill
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Name: Plesant Shaw NixonRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Elisha SuggsRank: Private Company: E
Elisha Suggs,was born March 1, 1840.He died in Clay Co.,Al., and is also buried at the Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery in Clay Co.,Alabama,June 1,1887.He married Sarah McCain,daughter of Riley McCain and Susanna Farris.Elisha has been honored by the local DAR for CSA.
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Name: John T. TalleyRank: Unknown Company: E
My g.g.grandfather,1861-1864.wounded at battle of Franklin.
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Name: Robert Eli CongerRank: Private Company: F
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Name: James Leonard LeeRank: Private Company: F
He's listed as J. Len Lee. After the war he sometimes called himself Jackson Lee.
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Name: James Allen LewisRank: Private Company: F
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Name: William T. CovingtonRank: Private Company: G
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Name: John T. GunnRank: Private Company: G
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Green Lee HornRank: Private Company: G
Green Lee Horn is my great-great grandfather on my grandmother's side of the family. He was born in 1826 and died in 1908 and is buried in Horn's Memorial Cemetery in Clay County Alabama.
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Name: Wilson J. WoodardRank: Private Company: G
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: James Wesley CarterRank: Private Company: H
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Name: James Miller DavisonRank: 1st Sergeant Company: H
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Name: Joseph Nettles DavisonRank: Corporal Company: H
KIA Atlanta 28 Aug 1864
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Name: John Sanford FosterRank: Private Company: H
born 01-16-1835, died 02-10-1936, enlisted 08-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, buried in Refuge Cem., George, Cty., Ms.
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Name: Elias Franklin JenerettRank: Private Company: H
Source: AL Civil War Muster Rolls, 1861-1865, Roll #194

Listed as 'E.F. Jenerett'

Buired in Beulah Cemetery, Pike county, Alabama
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Name: R. C. W. Rasco(e)Rank: Private Company: H
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Name: Ransom MosleyRank: Private Company: K
my great grandfather
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Name: Ransom MosleyRank: Private Company: K
my great grandfather
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Name: Willis Dexter ThorntonRank: Private Company: K
Willis enlisted in Mobil in April of 1863. Was captured at Egypt Station, MS following the retreat from the Battle of Nashville. He was sent to the prison in Alton, IL, later sent to Point Lookout, MD where he was exchanged.
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