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10th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Alexander Wesley BlackRank: Private Company:
Alexander W. Black also had a brother, A P Black, who served the 10th Alabama
and was killed at the Battle of the Wilderness.
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Name: Ransom HoneycuttRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: David C. KendrickRank: Private Company:
David C and David P were both in Wilcon Brig, Mahone Dvision, Longstreet Corp. Appx. April 9, 1965.
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Name: David Posey KendrickRank: Corporal Company:
Both Father and Son were at the surrender, David P was about 40 and son was 15 years old and a drummer boy.
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Name: William OdenRank: Private Company:
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Name: William Hiram AshtonRank: Private Company: A
Mustered in at Ashville, Alabama
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Name: Pleasant Riggs CrumpRank: Private Company: A
Pleasant Riggs Crump was the last Confederate veteran in Alabama.He's listed on the Appomattox surrender role as P.R. Crump. Based on documents a number of historians now believe that Crump was actually the South's last Confederate soldier. He's buried in the Hall Cemetery north of Lincoln, Talladega County, AL
Contact Name: Larry Hathcock
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Name: Foster Ignitious Few FreemanRank: Private Company: A
My maternal great-grandfather, Foster Ignitious Few Freeman, was a Griffin (Pike-Spalding Co.), Georgia native, b. 2/8/1842, whose parents (Dr. Robert King and Mary Elizabeth Sessions Freeman) moved to St. Clair Co., Alabama, in 1850. At Montgomery, Ala. in June 1861, Freeman enlisted in the Ashville Guards, Co. A., of the 10th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA, part of Wilcox's Brigade under Brig. Gen. Cadmus Wilcox, a Goldsboro, N.C. native. Col. William Henry Forney, CSA, commanded the 10th. Freeman's unit saw action in the Peninsular campaign at Williamsburg, at Chancellorsville, and at Seven Pines where the unit lost 1,000 men in a week. Freeman also fought at Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Gettysburg. Freeman was present when Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865. Afterward, Freeman returned to farm near Ashville, Ala. There in 1867, he wed Elizabeth Jane Gibson. The Freemans moved the next year to Brownsville, Tenn. --- then on to Poinsett Co., Ark. in 1870, where they bought and farmed 160 acres on Crowley's Ridge at Greenfield, near Harrisburg. Freeman, father of six, became a postmaster, county school examiner, and he edited two newspapers before his death on Jan. 8, 1924. His elder daughter, Elizabeth Theodotia ''Lizzie'' Freeman, a Brownsville, Tenn. native, wed James Robert Beard. Their elder daughter, Nola Fay Beard Dean, married Joseph Edward Dean of Cincinnati, Ohio, grandson of a Union soldier. The couple lived first in Ohio --- then in Little Rock, Ark., where both Joe and Nola Dean died in 1983. (My paternal great-grandfather, Joseph Newton Dean of Xenia, Ohio, fought for the Union's 40th Ohio Inf. Volunteers during Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia campaigns.)
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Name: Joseph VanBuren HeacockRank: Private Company: A
Died of disease in Richmond , Va. Buried in Richmond, VA.
Contact Name: Robert Persons
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Name: Albert JamesRank: Private Company: A
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Contact Name: Roxanne Jordan
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Name: Thomas Joseph James Rank: Private Company: A
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Contact Name: Roxanne Jordan
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Name: Enos TrussRank: Private Company: A
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Contact Name: Stephen Woodard
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Name: William B. CarmichaelRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Patricia Goldsmith-Sanders
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Name: Thomas CowleyRank: Unknown Company: B
died June 21, 1864 at Point Lookout, Md.
Brothers-George W., John W., James M., William Riley, & Thomas all served in CSA
Contact Name: Benny R Gordon
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Name: James M. HycheRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted April, 1861 in co. B(Jefferson Volunteers). Was wounded at Battle of Williamsburg May,1862(shot in right hand). Was discharged at Richmond September, 1862 as was unable to use his right hand.
Contact Name: John P. Snider
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Date Added: 3/30/2017Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Lewis Marion MeltonRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Thomas A. MeltonRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: William Jasper O`NealRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: James M. PooleRank: Private Company: B
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Contact Name: Tony Poole
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Name: Andrew J. CostRank: 2nd Corporal Company: C
Andrew J. Cost died May 5, 1862. He was killed in action at Williamsburg, VA. Residence was Hillsboro, AL
Contact Name: David Cost
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Name: William CostRank: Private Company: C
William Cost died April 28, 1862 in Richmond, VA and is buried in Oakwood cemetery
Contact Name: David Cost
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Name: James G. HarrisRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Lafayette M. McClendonRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted Apr 1861 at Montevallo. Wounded at Wilderness, Va.
Discharged 1865.
Contact Name: Benny R Gordon
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Name: James Harvey HendonRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Bailey George McClellan (McClelen)Rank: Private Company: D
He was my g, grandfather and he was the historian of Co.D., His book has the complete 114 name roster plus others from Calhoun County that joined after Co.D reached Virginia. he died in 1925. Co. D. was trained, for 2 days by the '' Gallant''
John Pelham. The book is '' I saw an Elephant'' ( meaning '' I Saw the Enemy ''. He was wounded twice and captured once.If you email me, please the heading to read '' Co. D-10th Alabama ''

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Sam Stewart, Anniston, Alabama
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Name: Bailey George McClellan (McClelen)Rank: Private Company: D
He was my g, grandfather and he was the historian of Co.D., His book has the complete 114 name roster plus others from Calhoun County that joined after Co.D reached Virginia. he died in 1925. Co. D. was trained, for 2 days by the '' Gallant''
John Pelham. The book is '' I saw an Elephant'' ( meaning '' I Saw the Enemy ''. He was wounded twice and captured once.If you email me, please the heading to read '' Co. D-10th Alabama ''

Where are you located? If close, you could visit some the
actitivies around here.

Sam Stewart, Anniston, Alabama
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Name: James Hargrove PrickettRank: Private Company: D
James is my g/g/grandfather. He was killed at Sharpsburg in the Piper Farm Orchard. He is buried in Alabama. More details pls email me.
Contact Name: Edward Dovan
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Name: James William StubbsRank: Private Company: D
James was from Calhoun Co. Ala. He was born Aug. 1847. He enlisted on 4 June 1861 in Co D 10th Regiment Ala. Infantry at Alexandria,Ala. He was very young. 23 Oct 1861 he is sent to the CSA General Hospital in Richmond, The diagnosis is unknown. He is admitted on 22 June 1864 with gunshot wound to general Hospital at Petersburg. Sept - Oct he is home on wounded furlough. He rejoins his unit and is captured in the fighting near Appomattox. His unit surrenders on 9 April 1865.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Name: Alexander B. BrasherRank: Private Company: E
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Date Added: 7/30/2004Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: John William HeacockRank: Lt. Colonel Company: E
Enlisted as private March 1862 at Talladega with his brother Joseph V. Heacock; promoted after Drainesville to 2nd Lt. and to 1st Lt July 9, 1863. Brother of R P H Heacock , Capt. 30th AL Infantry killed in action March 1865 at Bentonville. Buried in Talladega AL. Confederate grave stone indicates Lt. Col., 10th AL infantry co E. Father Dr. Joseph Davis Heacock , of Tallassahatchie, AL.
Contact Name: Robert Persons
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Name: James Chesley HendrickRank: Private Company: E
James C. Chesley enlisted in Company E, 10th Alabama and remained in the Regiment until the surrender at Appomatax. He resumed life as a farmer in Oxford, Alambama after the war, later serving as a Justice of the Peace. In our family, he is known as 'the judge'.
Contact Name: Colonel J. Kevin Hendrick
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Name: George Washington MorrisRank: Sergeant Company: E
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Contact Name: Mark Anderson
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Name: John C. DobbsRank: Private Company: F
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Contact Name: Roy Ellis
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Name: Thomas Young HarrisRank: Private Company: F
My great grandfather was a physician, pvt Thomas Young Harris, and was in the first of SC volunteers, 14th regiment. He was wounded at Gettysburg and captured July 4, 1863. He was carried to David's Island, New York harbor, Decamp General hospital. I have not been able to find out how badly he was hurt, or where he went from there. I don't know where he went as a POW. Can you help me, Please?
Contact Name: Barbara Jordan
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Name: William Thomas SmithRank: Colonel Company: F
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Contact Name: j d smith
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Name: James D. TrussRank: Captain Company: F
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Contact Name: Stephen Woodard
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Date Added: 2/23/2017Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: William Thomas WilliamsonRank: Private Company: F
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Contact Name: Carolyn Owens
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Name: Asa ReadRank: Corporal Company: G
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Newton J. StephensRank: Private Company: G
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Contact Name: Jonathan B. Stephens
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Name: Julius B. KennedyRank: 1st Sergeant Company: H
J>B>and his brother Harris T Kennedy joined Co H 10th Al. They were from Oxford Al.
Contact Name: William G Kennedy
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Name: Harris T. KennedyRank: Private Company: H
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Contact Name: William G Kennedy
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Name: Mansfield Rhinehart MathisRank: Private Company: H
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Contact Name: Murrell E. Mathis, Jr.
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Name: Barnett Mark MeltonRank: Private Company: H
Took a gunshot wound to the hip while fighting the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (Deep Bottom II) at the Battle of Fussell's Mill August 16, 1864 and died shortly after on August 17, 1864 in an ambulance en route to Richmond.
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Name: Thomas BanisterRank: Corporal Company: I
Enlisted as a Private 04 Jun 1861 at Montgomery, AL. Thomas was age 53 at enlistment. Promoted to Corporal 05 Aug 1861. Most likely wounded in the engagement at Dranesville, VA, 20 Dec 1861. Died at home 30 Mar 1862, Duck Springs, DeKalb (Later Etowah) Co., AL.

Prior military service as Colonel, 78th Regiment, 1st Brigade, 11th Division, Georgia State Militia, 1849-1853; Private, Childs' Company, Goodwyn's S.C. Mounted Militia, 1836 Florida Seminole War.






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Name: Francis M. GarnerRank: Private Company: I
Francis joined the 10th Alabama with his Brother John in June the 14th 1861. Francis was captured on the retreat from the battle of Gettysburg and sent to Fort Delaware POW camp and was in and out of the Chimborazo Hospital near Richmond.I located the burial place for F. M. Garner, he is in lot #922 at Laurel Grove Cemetery North. He died on 11/15/1864 and was buried the following day. He was listed as a 'resident' of General Hospital 2 and belonging to Company I, 10th. Alabama.
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Name: John C. GarnerRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted from their lookout Mountain home in Gadsden Alabama, June 14th 1861 with his Brother Francis Garner(who later died of disease in 1864 in Georgia)John was Killed in Action at the second Battle of Deep Bottom August 16th 1864.
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Name: John C. HillRank: Private Company: I
He was killed at Gaines Mill June 27th, 1862. His 2 year old daughter Virginia Lee Hill was my grandmother's mother her name was Sarah Ruth Bridges born Sept. 8, 1900 in Birmingham,Alabama. My mother Virginia lee Grey was born June 12, 1920 in Birmingham, Alabama. I was born January 29, 1946. I donated the letter that Capt. Brewton notified john c hill's wife of his death at gaines mill to the Civil War museum in Fredericksburg Va. Capt.C.W. Brewton wrote the letter from Fredericksburg, Va. on April 25th, 1863. His wife's name was Naoma Hill. ACC 557 Cat 5842 My understanding is the original letter is at Chancellorsville, Va.
Contact Name: george f bixler
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Name: HENRY N. COLEMANRank: Captain Company: K
MY G.G.G.G.UNCLE WAS PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN 8-19-1863.WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG 1ST DAY.WAS KILLED AT PETERSBURG 10-13-1864.HE IS BURIED AT ETTRICK CEM.ETTRICK,VA.HIS BROTHER THOMAS W.COLEMAN ALSO WAS IN THE COMPANY AND WAS WOUNDED NEAR PETERSBURG IN THE LEG 6-1864.
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Name: THOMAS WARREN COLEMANRank: Private Company: K
MY G.G.G GRANDADDY BORN IN S.C. ENLISTED AT SYLACAUGA,AL AGE 42.HE WAS WOUNDED IN THE LEG NEAR PETERSBURG,VA 6-1864 AND FURLOUGHED UNTIL WARS END.DIED 1890 AND BURIED CHILDERSBURG CEMETARY TALLADEGA CO,AL.SON HENRY JAMES COLEMAN WAS IN THE 62ND ALA.AND CAPTURED NEAR MOBILE AND HELD P.O.W AT SHIP ISLAND,MS TILL WARS END.
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Name: John Joseph LessleyRank: Private Company: K
He was b. 1839 in Georgia, to Thomas Lessley and Susan Wilson. We believe he died at the Battle of Spotsylvania. There are clear Civil War records for him, but they don't mention his death. But a letter from a relative talks about his service and death at that battle.
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Name: Dempsey Bussey OdenRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: K
1831-1912
Contact Name: George Hill
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Name: Elbridge Gerry OdenRank: Private Company: K
1827-1895
Contact Name: George Hill
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Name: John Piney OdenRank: Captain Company: K
1823-1895
Contact Name: George Hill
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Name: John D. StaplesRank: Private Company: K
I have a walking stick, with a small placque on it, that was presented to my relative, Newton J. Stephens 10th Alabama Infanty Co. G from John D. Staples.
Contact Name: Jonathan B. Stephens
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Name: Jesse Madison TaylorRank: Private Company: K
Jesse and his brother came to East Texas after the War and settled in Smith County, Texas. We have his widow''s CSA pension papers. We have a family cemetery in East Texas - where he is buried - along with many, many Taylor,Adams and Russell relatives.

Jesse''s picture - in uniform is on the official CSA website about the 10th AL.

We are researching his family and would be interested in sharing information - for there were many Taylor brothers and kin that fought - most from the Talladega area.
Contact Name: Pam Taylor Moorman
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