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Name: Thomas Henry KimbroughRank: Private Company:
Thomas Henry Kimbrough died on September 12, 1864, while serving in the Confederate Army. His wife, Artie Misses Edwards - Kimbrough, and his son eventually moved to Texas after Thomas' death. I have a photo of Artie Misses, but no photos of Thomas Henry Kimbrough. Any photos, will be much appreciated.
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Name: Josiah PadgettRank: Private Company:
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Name: Thomas Hill MaconRank: Private Company: A
Thomas Hill Macon is buried at Magnolia Cemetery in Mobile, AL. He lost his left arm at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.
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Name: James Larkin BaileyRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Brandi Baker Spurgin
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Name: Richard Clement CorleyRank: Unknown Company: B
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Name: Richard Clement CorleyRank: Unknown Company: B
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Name: Stokeley MassengaleRank: Private Company: B
Captured at Petersburg, Virginia. Was a Prisoner of War at Point Lookout Maryland when the war ended. From Coosa County, Alabama. Was married to the sister of Captain Patrick Thomas of same Company.
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Name: Rueben W. MayRank: Private Company: B
Also relatives ,john j smith, erwin c. smith, Edmund newton may,william henry may,
All 12 alabama infantry comp. B
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Name: Patrick ThomasRank: Captain Company: B
Killed on the last day of the war on April 9, 1865 at Battle of Appomattox Station, Virginia. Was from Coosa County and the son of Etheldred Watson THOMAS.
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Name: Henry B. WhiteRank: Private Company: B
Henry signed up with his father Richard F. White.
Contact Name: Charlene Rice
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Name: Adolph ProskauerRank: Major Company: C
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Contact Name: John Bloch
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Name: James BlackwoodRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Tommy E. Martin
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Name: Charles Aaron FetnerRank: Unknown Company: D
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Name: William Marshall FunderburgRank: Private Company: D
William Marshall Funderburg is my gggrandfather. He was from St.Clair County Alabama. Marshall served in the 12th Alabama Infantry, and was captured in Monacacy, Maryland after the battle of July 9th, 1864. Serving with Jubal Early in his attempt to capture Washington D.C., It is unclear if he was wounded, but was captured, by General Hunter's forces and sent to Old Capitol prison in D.C. Later in the same month he ws sent to the infamous Elmira, (Hellmira) camp in lower New York. He died of typhoid fever there November 1, 1864 and is buried at the Confederate cemetery there. He left a widow and eight children.
Contact Name: Joe Funderburg
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Name: John Wesley CampbellRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Peter Horry LankfordRank: Private Company: E
PH Lankford was a Pvt. in Co. E, 12th Ala Infantry. He was born Nov. 26, 1831, Died Oct. 11, 1900.

I am his 2nd Great Grandson -- my maternal side.
Contact Name: Logan Carmichael
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Name: T.M.A. SmithRank: Private Company: E
My paternal great, great, great grandfather was Thomas Arter Smith. He also went by T.M.A. Smith. He is believed to have died in Virginia, possibly the Shenandoah Valley on July 12, 1864. I have been searching online to find where he is buried. Anyone have an idea of where a soldier that died at this time in this area might be buried? Anyone have a similar case and know where your relative is buried?
Contact Name: Kasey Smith Ray
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Name: Robert Fulwood LigonRank: Captain Company: F
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Name: Isaac Shelby RenfroeRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted in Co. G, ''North AL Sharpshooters'' in Woodville, Jackson CO, AL 06/20/1861. Fought with 12th until early February 1865 then came home to join Co. C, 25th AL Partisan Rangers. Captured 03/02/1865 at Gurley, AL and sent to Camp Chase, OH till end of War.
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Name: Robert W. SmithRank: Private Company: G
Robert and 3 of his brothers served the Confederacy. Brother James W. served in Co. E, 50th Alabama Infantry, William E. served in Co. G, Russell's 4th Alabama Cavalry and William 'Quirl' served in Co. C, 50th Alabama Infantry.
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Name: Milton Jackson WoodardRank: Private Company: G
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Acquilla J. HumphriesRank: Private Company: H
Buried near Bull Run Creek, died abt 1861-1862
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Name: Clark Fletcher JohnstonRank: Private Company: H
Captured at Gettysburg, PA and spent the rest of the war at Fort Delaware.
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Name: Levi N. OdenRank: Private Company: H
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Name: John H. WrightRank: Private Company: H
John H Wright was born in 1839 in Dekalb county, Alabama. He was the son of William Holland Wright. John served in the 12th Alabama in the Army of Northern Virginia. He was hospitalized twice in the fall of 1862 and May of 1863. He returned to Dekalb County, Alabama and later lived in Kentucky and Indiana.
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Name: Frank P. DeanRank: Unknown Company: I
born 10-14-1841, died 05-25-1925, He was wounded in action and a Prisoner of War, enlisted 06-01-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, buried in the Dean Cem. Agricola, Ms.
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Name: Philip HowellRank: Private Company: I
born 03-20-1845, died 09-30-1909, enlisted Feb. 1864, discharged 02-27-1865, buried in Shady Grove, George County, Ms.
Contact Name: James Trussell
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Name: Elijah SimsRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: Terri Hicks
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Name: Robert Lindsey SmithRank: 1st Corporal Company: I
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Name: Oregon L. AdamsRank: Private Company: K

I believe this is the older brother of my grandfather.
Oregon died in June 1865, POW at Fort Delaware. He was buried in Finns Point National Cemetery at Salem, N.J.
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Name: Sanford M. AdamsRank: Private Company: K
Sanford was born in Tennessee in 1833. At the time of the Civil War he lived in Pickins County Alabama and was mustered into Company K (Tom Watts Rebels) of the 12th Alabama Infantry Rgt. Sanford's unit was part of the Army of Northern Virginia and he participated in every campaign until Gettysburg where he was struck in the arm on July 1, 1863. Sanford was left wounded on the field and picked up by Union forces and taken to their aide station. As a Union doctor went around talking to the wounded he asked Sanford's name. Upon learning he was an Adams, the doctor said he was an Adams from Massachusetts and ordered Sanford treated right away. Sanford's left arm was amputated and the doctors gave him the mutilated minie ball that did the damage. Sanford was released as a war invalid and sent home. He kept the gruesome souvenir for the rest of his life and his heirs have it to this day. Sanford migrated to Texas in the years after the war and in 1896 died in Richmond, Texas. He is buried in Morton Cemetary in that city with many civil war veterans.
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Name: Daniel H. GarrisonRank: Captain Company: K
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Name: Benjamin Thomas SmithRank: Private Company: K
Benjamin Thomas Smith enlisted in 1861 and was wounded twice - exchanged 1865 at Cox's Landing.
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