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28th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Phillip Simon EngleRank: Private Company:
P. S. Engle's widow, Polly, applied for and received a widow's pension in Izard Co, AR in 1901. She said he was in the 28th AL Infantry from AL, serving from April 1862-Spring of 1865, belonging to Capt Steve Dunigan's company. Wounded at Chattanooga, TN
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Name: William B. LainRank: Musician Company:
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Name: William Gordon SandlinRank: Private Company:
My great-great grandfather, William Gordon Sandlin, enlisted in the 28th Alabama Infantry, G.W. Hewitt's Co, March 29, 1862 at Shelbyville, Tennessee. He was hospitalized at Chattanooga, TN and then sent home to recuperate. While at home, he was recruitted by Captain Andy Patterson as a member of the 4th Alabama Calvary until he could return to his old unit. He caught up with the 28th Alabama Infantry at Dalton, GA, where he was then permanently transferred to the 4th Alabama Calvary.
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Name: Levi Marion BarnettRank: Private Company: A
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Name: David ColburnRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted Marion, Perry County, Al 1/24/1862; died of camp fever in Tupelo, MS 6/29/1862. Do not know where buried. Any info would be appreciated.
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Name: John Webster MadisonRank: Sergeant Company: A
My Great Great Great Uncle
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Name: Thomas J. MadisonRank: Private Company: A
My Great Great Great Uncle
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Name: James M. PateRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William Martin StewartRank: Private Company: A
My Great Great Grandfather
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Name: Daniel B A BynumRank: Private Company: B
I am related to nearly all the boys in Co B, and some in Cos A,C, D, E, G & L
Contact Name: Carol Ann Morris
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Name: David FultonRank: Private Company: B
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Name: John J. JacksonRank: Private Company: B
Birth: ABT 1846 in Blount Co. Alabama
Death: 23 Jun 1931 in Blount Co. Alabama
Was wounded at Battle of Chickamauga

John and Susan are buried at Moody's Chapel.

Father: Thomas JACKSON b: ABT 1822
Mother: Ann TOLBERT b: in Straight Mountain, Alabama

Marriage 1 Susan FORTNER
Married: 19 Dec 1862 in Blount County, Alabama
Sealing Spouse: 19 Dec 1862 in Married by Samuel Smith at her home in Blount Co.
Note: John J. Jackson served in the CSA. Camehome on furlough where he married Susan
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Name: William K. JonesRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Nathaniel Turk McCleskeyRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Alvah Morgan ReynoldsRank: Sergeant Company: B
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Elijah WaidRank: Private Company: B
Elijah died of 'fever' on July 23, 1862 and is buried at Gainesville, Alabama.
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Name: Henry Haines GreenRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: Charles Allen MortonRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William Willis SmithwickRank: Private Company: C
Birth: 12 Nov 1824 in Georgia Death: Unknown in unknown (GA or AR) Sex: M Father: Edmond Smithwick b. 1789 in South Carolina Mother: Piety Skinner b. 1790 in North Carolina Burial: Unknown unknown (GA or AR) Military Service: Confederate States of America, Company C, 28th Alamaba Infantry, Private LETTER from William Smithwick to his sister Sarah Kirk written to her during the war. The Letter: 'Shelbyville Tenisee June 17th 1863 Dear sister I enbrace this present opportunity of riting to you & I can say to you that I am well & it is my desire that these few lines will come to your hand & find you all well & doing well. Well sister this is the first letter that I have rit to you sence I have bin in the army. Sarah I have not forgot you by no maeans but so much hardships that I have had to under go & do yet. I don'y have much spiret to rite to no body. Sister if yoy have thought hard off me for not riting to you you must forgive me. Sarah I cant discribe to you all the hardships & difficulties that poor solgers have to (?) live threw. You may be shure it is all bad a nough. Sarah I am sorry to say that we do not get a nough to eat but we can make out to live on it but we suffer a heap off times. Sister we ar fortifying hear for another fite we have 29 miles of brestworks nearly completed now if we do fite hear it will be a big fite. Murphee burough was a small one to what this one will be. We had only temperary works ther put up the nite before the fite commenced in the morning. Well Sarah I received a letter from Meary & Mother yestarday they were all well & I recin getting a long tollerable well. Sister I am mity tierd of this wicked war I do hope & trus that it will come to a close shortly & let the poor solgers go home & help ther wives provide for ther little children & enjoy each others company as they hane don in dayes that is past & gon. When I get to thinking over these things I hardly have good sence it appears to me. But sister I must give you some off my feeling Mother and Mary was a fraid I wood take up with bad habits hear in the army but I thank God that I have not yet & I have no desire to in dulge in open wickedness. & I can say to you that God blesses me hear often times & I can ask his blessing on me hear as well as I could at home. & Sarah if I am not permitted to see you no more hear on earth try & get to heavin for that is the place I am trying to reach & by the help of God let us try to be a family ther like we was with father and mother this is my great desire and prar to almity God. So I remain your brother for ever. (from Mike Hardage, descendant of Eve Kirk)
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Name: James A. GoolsbyRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Reuben L. GoolsbyRank: Private Company: D
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Name: William Samuel GoolsbyRank: Private Company: D
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Name: John LovelessRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted Feb 6, 1862. Mortally wounded. List of casualties 1/28/1863. Pension application by widow Susan E. Loveless.
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Name: William LovelessRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted Feb 6, 1862.
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Name: William Newton MosesRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: D
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Name: Hiram George ShoemakerRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Patricia Goldsmith-Sanders
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Name: George WoodruffRank: Unknown Company: D
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Name: William M. McDuffRank: Unknown Company: E
Born in 1830 - Jasper County, Georgia;
Died - October 9, 1864 - Rock Island Conferderate Prison;
Buried - Rock Island Conferderate Cemetery - Rock Island, IL
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Name: Jesse H. O`RearRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
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Name: George Washington ManascoRank: Corporal Company: F
George Washington Manasco enl: Co 'F' 28th Al Inf Regt on 22 Feb 1862 at Jaspper, Al. Was captured at Missionary Ridge, Ga
on 23 Nov 1863 and taken to Rock Island, Ill. Paroled and Exchanged just 19 days before Gen Lee surrendered in 1865.
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Name: Edmond Clarence YoungbloodRank: Sergeant Company: F
I have lots of data collected online from those available from Ancestry.com, Folds3, and newspapers. I would like for my gg-grandfather to be listed...thx! sandra
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Name: Benjamin Fletcher CarmichaelRank: Private Company: G
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Name: William Alfred FieldsRank: Private Company: G
William Alfred Fields born 11/15/1839 died 01/09/1913.
Buried at Cluster Springs Cemetery Fields Town Alabama near
Gardendale Alabama.

Info. by his great grandson.
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Name: James D. GlasgowRank: Private Company: G
Died at Corinth, MS, 1862
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Name: William Raleigh ThomasRank: 1st Corporal Company: G
William has four cards in his archival file. He was from Jefferson Co. Alabama and was 34 years old. He enlisted in Capt. Miller's Company,Frazer's Regiment, Alabama Vol's. Enlisted by Lt. Col. J.C. Reid for three years or the war. William was dead a few months later. His wife Cincinnati Smith filed for settlement on 2 Oct. 1862. A search of his regimental history might shed some light on his death. Deo Vindice The light does shine!!! A review of Williams Company Record of Events reveals that his company arrived at Corinth Miss. on 23rd of April 1862 and was encamped 1/2 mile from town. They were there when the Union siege began in May. It is 99% sure that he died in that Siege.
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Name: Jasper WheelerRank: Private Company: G
Jasper Wheeler, son of Jonas C Wheeler of Jefferson County, AL, a settler of the 'New Georgia Colony', was killed while on duty in Mississippi in 1864.
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Name: David Wilkey HowtonRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Samuel KeithRank: Unknown Company: H
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Name: Monty Y. OwensRank: Musician Company: H
Monty was abt 14 years old when he joined Co H as a Musician in Jasper County Alabama. The Company Muster Roll is the only surviving record. Enlisting on 15 Feb 1862. Commanding officer Col. Reid. He is the husband of my 4th cousin 3 x removed named Sarah Elizabeth Crowe. She was 8 years older and Monty was her third husband. He survived the war and died in Alabama after 1936.
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Name: Andrew Jackson ParsonsRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Hillard ParsonsRank: Private Company: H
my maternal ggg uncle Hilliard Parsons (1844-1863),served in Confederate Co. H, 28th Regiment during Civil War. He died in that war March 30,1863
Co. 'H' the mighty 28th Alabama Inf, Jefferson County:
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Name: Joseph L. ParsonsRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Zachary Taylor ParsonsRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Gordon TurnerRank: Private Company: H
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Name: James Matlock Kitchens Jr.Rank: Private Company: I
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Name: John M. SextonRank: Private Company: I
Captured at Stones River, TN and went to Camp Douglas, Chicago, IL
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Name: Francis M. ManningRank: Private Company: J
hard to read if company J or I
married to Emily Kitchens
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Name: William M. FosterRank: Private Company: K
William M Foster was my Gr Gr Grandfather. He enlisted in Co K at Perryville Perry Co AL Mar 29, 1862. He was born in Bibb Co AL his parents Thomas Sr & Ginsey [Fowler] Foster, moved to Coosa Co. By 1860 Wm was in Perry with his family, his brother's and many cousins in Coosa Co AL. It may be that Williams M Foster served with family members in another unit from Coosa, then joined up with the Co K, in Perry Co in 1862, Wm Foster is the only Wm Foster in Perry Co on the 1860 census, he joined with his next door neighbor, T. B. Gay. On the same day and Company. Wm was injured in the hip in 1863, from the timeline I gather it was at Murfreesboro TN. It was listed as a slight injury, I do not know if it disabled him... Wm's wife had passed down, via family lore, that Wm was shot on his porch, in 1865, in Perry Co, by a passing Union soldier, after a heated verbal battle. Wm's brothers, Thomas Jr, James, Richard were all killed in the Civil War, in addition to 3 of his 4 sisters, husbands, one married twice during the war, and she lost both husbands, so, I can believe 'a heated exchange of words... '. Some family members have stated he was killed at Centerville, when a group of 3,000 veterans were enroute to Mobile to help in fighting off the Union invasion there... I have speculated that Wm returned home, after the 28th service at Nashville, when the unit was badly destroyed, as some joined other units and surrendered at Durham Station NC, at the end of the war...
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Name: Mathew JordanRank: Private Company: K
Mathew enlisted 3/1/1862. Never heard from after that date.
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Name: Henry Harrison LewisRank: Private Company: K
Henry Harrison Lewis
Enlistment Date: Mar 10, 1862 Age 21
Occupation: Farmer
Engagements: Wounded: Atlanta, Georgia, July 22, 1864
Badly wounded at Kennesaw Mountain,
Ga. June 18, 1864; transferred to Barbour
County Aug 1, 1864; Feb 4, 1839-Oct
10, 1914,
Loss of Right arm, other injuries
Pension Rec: Yes
Authority: Maimed Soldiers Record, State Auditor Book I, Page 4

Buried Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, NW of Louisville, Barbour
County.
Contact Name: Linda Stringer
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Name: Samuel ThompsonRank: Private Company: K
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Name: Ruben R. WattersRank: Corporal Company: K
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Name: William H. GoodwinRank: Sergeant Company: L
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Name: Andrew Jackson ThomasRank: Private Company: L
Andrew has 12 Cards in his archival file. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed. His Colonial roots begin in 1666 on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his distant ancestor Tristram Thomas. Andrew entered into Confederate Service on 17 March 1862 from Jasper Co. Ala., for the same reasons his many ancestors fought foreign invaders during the American Revolution. He was captured on 23 Nov.1863 at Chattanooga, Tenn. and sent to Louisville, Ky. and on to Rock Island Ill. He survived the assault on his homeland and died 20 Oct. 1918 at Jasper,Walker Co. Ala. NOTE* His regimental history of Co L is documented in his regimental history's 104 pages on page 100 - 104.
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