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60th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Frances M. KingRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: Simon Gardner WilsonRank: Private Company:
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Name: George Short KnowlesRank: Unknown Company: A
george s. is my gr-grandfather who enlisted in hilliard's legion 4/7/1862,along with his younger bro patrick h. ,and their father, green b. knowles.older bros had already enlisted.their first cousin was also in hilliard's co b.note that hilliard's co b was later designated 60th ala, co a. FYI there was a cousin in ga also named geo s.,son of joseph knowles,but the geo short knowles name has passed down in our family.can provide family and census records to confirm. thanks tom knowles
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Name: James Whitfield LindseyRank: Private Company: B
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Name: William Riley ScrewsRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Reuben E. DavisRank: Private Company: D
From the Alabama Archives

R.E. Davis

Private Co I 60th Alabama Inf., Formerly Co D 1st Batt., Hillards Legion

Enlisted 9 July 1862 Montgomery Ala

Born in Ga; Nearest post office -Newnan, Ga age 44, married.

Wounded at Chickamauga, Present at Knoxville; wounded at Bean's Station;

Present at Drewry's Bluff; wounded at Petersburg.

He appeared on an undated list of Prisoners of War at Farmville, Va between April 11 and

April 21 1865 .

He was admitted to U.S. Hospital 2 May, 1865 at Fort Monroe VA with the diagnosis of a gun shot wound to his right leg and was discharged on taking the loyalty oath on 16 July 1865, at age 46. He made it home to Heard County and died there the next month on 19 Aug 1865.

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Name: William Edwin ShirleyRank: Private Company: D
Have his service history ...would like any other information about his unit..other''s oral history ,etc.....
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Name: George C. ArnoldRank: Private Company: E
b.1843 AL, died 5-9-1864. Killed in skirmish near Drewry's Bluff, VA. Age 21. Previously a farmer.
Anymore info? contact me please.
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Name: Green BrownRank: Private Company: E
Re-enlisted February 4, 1864 following medical discharge August 18, 1862. Died May 24, 1864 from fever caused by wounds recieved at Drewry's Bluff.
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Name: Samuel Jasper KnowlesRank: Unknown Company: E
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Name: D.R.M. MaddenRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
Enlisted in Hilliard''s Legion March 10 1862. Wounded at Petersburg on 3/31/65. Captured in hospital on April 2. POW at Ft. McHenry until released June 1865. Have a copy of a requisition order written from Petersburg Sept. 30 1864.
Applied for and received a Confederate Veteran''s Pesion from the state of Florida in 1900 where he relocated in 1874.
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Name: George M.T. McMathRank: Private Company: E
George was in the Sixth Alabama Infantry early in the was; but was discharged at Union Mills, VA in Nov 1861. He enlisted in Hilliards Legion/60th Alabama in Aug 1862 and served until he was captured April 3, 1865 in Fairground Hospital, Richmond. On August 26,1865, George died from a gangrenous leg and ws buried in the cemetery adjoining the hospital.
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Name: Amos J. TurnerRank: Private Company: E
AJ Turner was my great-great-grandfather. Through family research it was discovered that AJ Turner's regiment was in the line of battle side-by-side at Chickamauga with his future in-laws by marriage in the 5th Texas Infantry. I found the markers by chance on a road trip to Chickamauga and thought this was an uncanny fateful occurrence considering these future relatives had no knowledge of one another's existence and maybe never did.
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Name: John Milton McCrelessRank: Captain Company: G
Was named to the Roll of Honor for service at Chickamauga.
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Name: Benjamin Ratliff DavidsonRank: Private Company: H
He's my 2nd Great Grandfather. He enlisted from Butler County Alabama. Got his knee cap shot off in the battle of Drewy's Bluff and was sent to the Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond Virgina on May the 16th 1864 where his leg was amputated and while recovering he got gangreen and died on May 31st 1864.
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Name: James Phillips. Pvt. Co.James PhillipsRank: Private Company: I
James Phillips. Pvt. Co. I 60th Ala. Inf. CSA.
Died July 25 1864. Confederate Hospital No. 11.
Charlotte NC. Buried in Elmwood Cemetery. Charlotte NC.
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Name: Franklin YarbroughRank: Lieutenant Company: K
Enlisted in Hilliard's Legion at Montgomery, Ala. in June 1862. The Legion divided into the 59th & 60th Regiments & the 23rd Batt. Nov. 25, 1863 At Charleston, SC.
Franklin went into CO. K, 60th Ala. Reg.
Wounded at Battle of Chickamauga and was disabled.Promoted at Chickamauga.
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