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19th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Wesley EngleRank: Private Company:
my mistake, Wesley was a member of the 49th Alabama.
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Name: William David HawkinsRank: Private Company:
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Name: John R. ColeRank: Sergeant Company: A
John enlisted 11 Sept. 1862 at Huntsville, Ala. by Capt. G.R Kimbrough for three years. His unit moved to Mobile, Ala, in Jan. : Feb. /62 Pensocola Florida : March /62 Corinth Miss. and June 1862 to Tupelo Miss. John died 5 May 1862 at Columbus,Missippi. Settlement was filed 16 March 1862 by J.L.C. Danner. He had no effects but was due pay from 28th Feb. & $5.47 cents from clothing acct.
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Name: Benjamin R. BerryRank: 1st Sergeant Company: B
Enlisted as a Pvt on Aug 12, 1861 in Summit (Blount Co.)
Promotion date unknown.
Captured Nov 25, '63 at Missionary Ridge, Tenn.
POW in Louisville, Ky until 12/6/63, transfered to Rock Island, Ill. on 12/9/63. Was on POW rolls there (last known date 11/7/64). Was noted to have a fine scribe and served as a secretary. After the war he was postmaster at Red Hill, AL and the last before it was made a rural route. Died there Jan 2, 1932 living 90+ years.
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Name: Francis Marion ChandlerRank: Corporal Company: B
Corporal, Co. B & G, 4th Regiment, Russell’s Alabama Cavalry, 2nd Corp (Confederate)
Enlisted (Age 27) – Sept. 7, 1862, Larkinsville, AL (Jackson Co.) by Capt. H.A. Smith for 3 years or War
Muster-in Sept 22, 1862
Captain Smith’s Company, Russell’s Battalion of Partisan Rangers
Camp near Taylor’s Store, TN
Valuation in dollars – Horses $150.00 horse equipment - $7.00
Appears on Roll of Prisoners of War of Co B, 4th Reg. Ala. Cavalry commanded by J.C. Thorp Lt.
Surrendered at Citronelle, by Lieut. General R. Taylor, C.S.A. to Maj. Gen. E.R.S. Canby USA
May 4, 1865, and paroled at Gainesville, Ala., May 14, 1865
b. 24 Nov 1835 d. 19 Sep 1899
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Name: Hiram MarshRank: Private Company: B
Joined the 19th Alabama on 14 Aug 1861 when the regiment was organized. Hiram Marsh was killed in action on the first day 06 Apr 1862 at the Battle of Shiloh. A muster roll after the battle indicates he suffered head and neck wounds.
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Name: Uriah Washington NesmithRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted 8/12/61 in Summit (with relative and future 1st Sgt. Benjamin R. Berry) against his fathers (John Neisbit Nesmith, a Union loyalist) wishes. From the Record of Events of Co 'B' dated 8/14/61-10/31/61, while quartered at Camp Bradford (Blue Springs) Huntsville-'The company has suffered much from sickness having had over seventy cases of measles besides mumps, pneumonia, typhoid fever, all of which cases have been treated without the loss of a single case.'
During the companys winter quartering at Camp Memmemger (Mobile) one of these illnesses caught up with the Pvt as he died 2/6/62 of 'disease'.
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Name: Phelon TidwellRank: Private Company: B
See more about Phelan on my blog http://rootsbranchesandnuts.blogspot.com/2014/09/phelan-tidwell-1847-1933-52ancestors-30.html
Contact Name: Beverly Norman
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Name: John B. TiptonRank: Private Company: B
John died, of disease, at Camp Memmemger near Mobile 15 Dec 1861.
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Name: James M. AndersonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: C
James is my 2nd Cousin 3x removed. He enlisted 12 Aughst at Pinson Ala. He entered as 1st Sergt and was elected to 2nd Lt. in Co C 19th Ala, Infantry. He was wounded in the face at Shiloh on 6th of April 1862. He was with 2nd Army Corps , Army of the Mississippi.
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Name: John Edley KirbyRank: Private Company: C
Born:April 1826,Cherokee Nation, Georgia
Died:10 May 1863, Academy Hospital, Forbes, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee
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Name: Nicholas SandersRank: Private Company: C
Wounded at Shiloh
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Name: Solomon Ailsbury CooperRank: Private Company: D
Captured. Died and buried at infamous Federal prison in Rock Isl. Ill. Said to have enlisted with his brother, who is said to have been also killed fighting for the CSA
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Name: James GarnerRank: Private Company: D
James was my Great Great Grandfather, he was the only Brother out of 4 to survive the war. Born 1841- died 1878 of Pnuemonnia. He enlisted with his Brother Joeseph in the same company togather. He had 2 other Brothers in the 10th Ala, Infantry. Burried in the Garner Cemetary in North Gadsden Alabama.
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Name: Joseph W. GarnerRank: Corporal Company: D
Joeseph joined with his Brother James from Gadsden Alabama. He was promoted to Corpral and was the Company Commanders right hand man. He went home on medical furlow and died at home in Alabama sometime in 1862 and is burried in the Garner Cemetary in North Gadsden.
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Name: William Perry HollingsworthRank: Captain Company: D
Later promoted to Major in Brigadier General Terry's Brigade.
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Name: George Washington AngelRank: Private Company: E
George was in the Battles of Murfreeboro, Chickamauga, Gettysburg and Missionary Ridge (or Lookout Mountain)where he was wounded and taken prisoner
Contact Name: George Mosher
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Name: Richard GossettRank: Private Company: E
My Great Great Grandfather.
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Name: John Whitmore IsraelRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted 12 August 1861 at Kirk's Grove, Alabama.

Slightly wounded at Murfreesboro 31 December 1863.

Died 2 September 1863 @ Empire House Hospital on Whitehall Street in Atlanta. Burial in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta.

Served with his two brothers who also died in the war.
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Name: John O. JacksonRank: Private Company: E
John O. Jackson enlisted in Co. E, 19th Alabama Infantry on August 12, 1861. He died from disease in a CSA camp in Huntsville, AL on October 16, 1861. He was born on December 17, 1834 to Solomon H. Jackson and Eunice 'Eunicy' Clements Jackson.

John was married to Atharilla Elizabeth Roberts Jackson in 1855 and they had four children. John was my great, great grandfather.
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Name: Elias Marion RichardsonRank: Private Company: E
Elias served with the 19th from august 1861 till his capture at missionary ridge where he was sent to Rock Island ill. as a prisoner of war
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Name: David Neville WilliamsonRank: Corporal Company: E
Williamson, David Neville, Corporal
Company E, 19th Alabama Infantry

Enlisted as a Corporal in Company E, 19th Alabama Infantry at Dalton, Georgia in February 1863 at age 14 (born April 7, 1848). He was wounded in the right arm at Jonesborough, Georgia in August 1864. He was sent home to recover from his wounds. He later returned to the company at Tupelo, Mississippi. He served in the Carolinas and at Bentonville, North Carolina. No further records.

Born: April 7, 1848 in Cherokee County, Alabama
Died: November 21, 1923 in Cherokee County, Alabama
Buried: Unknown
Married: Mary Jane Camp on December 15, 1875 in Cedar Bluff, Alabama
Children: unknown
Occupation: unknown
Contact Name: Adrian C. Sims
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Name: William K DeshazoRank: Sergeant Company: F
Rank Out:
First Lieutenant
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Name: Samuel M. J. HowardRank: Captain Company: F
This was Samuel Milford Jemison Howard, born Jan. 9, 1838 in South Carolina, died Jan. 24, 1916, buried at Walker's Chapel Cemetery in Fort Payne (Collbrand), DeKalb Co., AL. Samuel M. J. Howard. Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863. Promoted Captain [January 11, 1864]. Released at Johnson’s Island, Ohio, June 13, 1865.
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Name: Silas Alexander HowardRank: Private Company: F
Silas Alexander Howard, born about 1843 in South Carolina, died May 5, 1862, buried at Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, Lowndes Co., MS. Died at Citizens' Hospital, Columbus, Mississippi May 5, 1862 of diarrhea. Rank: Private
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Name: John Newton BarryRank: Captain Company: G
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Name: John HamiltonRank: Private Company: G
John Hamilton joined the 19th Alabama in August of 1861. He served as a teamster, blacksmith, and carpenter at various times. He was severely wounded in the leg at Murfreesboro on December 31, 1863.
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Name: George Washington HartlineRank: Private Company: G
4th cousin of mine. Died of measles 3 June 1862 at the Confederate Army Hospital in Granada, Mississippi. Served with his brothers Henry Sims Hartline, Peter Lawrence Hartline, and Robert Hilmon Hartline.
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Name: Henry Sims HartlineRank: Private Company: G
4th cousin of mine. Suffered a head wound in the Peach Orchard at Shiloh, TN, 4 p.m., 6 April 1862, and was captured the next day. POW'd in Illinois until released in a prisoner exchange. Said to have told his grandchildren he witnessed the death of Confederate Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson hours before his own injury. Died in 1912 and is buried at Forest Hills Cemetery in Chattanooga, TN. Served with brothers George Washington Hartline, Peter Lawrence Hartline, and Robert Hilmon Hartline.
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Name: Peter Lawrence HartlineRank: Private Company: G
4th cousin of mine. Captured 23 Sept 1864 at Jonesburo by Sherman's Army after evactuation of Atlanta. Sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois. Released 17 June 1865. Died in 1890. Buried at Davis Cemetery, northern Cherokee County, Alabama. Served with his brothers Henry Sims Hartline, George Washington Hartline and Robert Hilmon Hartline.
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Name: Robert Hilmon HartlineRank: Private Company: G
4th cousin of mine. Served with his brothers George Washington Hartline, Henry Sims Hartline, and Peter Lawrence Hartline. Discharged 12 July 1862. Died in 1914. Buried in Caps, Texas.
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Name: John Alexander LeathRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: G
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Name: James BradfordRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: H
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Name: James BradfordRank: Lieutenant Company: H
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Name: John Silas DanielRank: Private Company: H
Daniel, John Silas, Private
Company H, 19th Alabama Infantry

Enlisted as a Private in Company H, 19th Alabama Infantry on an unknown date. No further records.

Born: June 23, 1844
Died: March 1929
Buried: unknown
Married: Intha Nancy Roberts
Children: unknown
Occupation: unknown
Contact Name: Adrian C. Sims
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Name: William David HawkinsRank: Private Company: H
According to records was paroled at Greensboro, NC May 4, 1860. Died 1922 in Cherokee County, Alabama.
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Name: John Henry JenningsRank: Unknown Company: H
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Name: John M. WhitmireRank: Private Company: H
John M. Whitmire enlisted in August of 1861 for a period of 60 days. When his time was up, he re-enlisted for a period of 3 years or the war. He was captured at Missionary Ridge in Chattanooga in November of 1863. He was a prisoner at Rock Island federal prison camp in Illinois for about 11 months. In October 1864, John signed on to serve in the Western territories as a 'galvanized Yankee' under the stipultation that he would not have to go south and fight his fellow Confederates. After release from the Third Regiment, US volunteers, John returned to Northeast Alabama and married Mary Hamilton. They lived on Lookout Mountain near Fort Payne, Alabama. He is buried at Bankhead Cemetery in Mentone, Alabama.
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Name: Thomas Jefferson WilliamsonRank: Captain Company: H
Williamson, Thomas Jefferson, Captain
Company H, 19th Alabama Infantry

Enlisted as a Private in Company H, 19th Alabama Infantry on August 28, 1861 in Huntsville, Alabama at age 17. He was promoted to Lieutenant and Captain in the company on unspecified dates. He was wounded in Battle near Atlanta, Georgia on an unknown date.

Born: December 24, 1844 in Cedar Bluff, Alabama
Died: September 22, 1914 in Rome, Georgia
Buried: Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Georgia
Married: Martha Cleo Dykes
Children: 4
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Name: William Granville HudsonRank: Private Company: I
William G. Hudson enlisted for 1 year in Company C, 7th Alabama Infantry. Was mustered out at Corinth, Miss. At that time, he rejoined the army, entering the 19th Alabama, Company I, for three years and remained till the breakup occurred. He took part in the Murfreesboro and Chickamauga battles and in many minor engagements and in May, 1864, while at Cassville, Georgia, was captured and shipped to Rock Island Prison, Illinois, and kept in a Federal military prison until the end of the war. He reached home in June of 1865 and resumed the work of the farm. See my home page for his genealogy.
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Name: James Daniel BlakelyRank: Private Company: K
From Blount Co. AL, fought at Shiloh, was injured, served to the end of the war. Moved to Hamilton Co. TX in 1874.
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Name: Stephen Allison BlakelyRank: Private Company: K
From Blount Co. AL. Was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, was hospitalized at Corinth, MS where he died and was buried in 1862. He was a brother of James Daniel Blakely.
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Name: Jabeth BurgessRank: Private Company: K
Jabe Burgess joined the 19th at Dalton Ga.in the winter of '63.he was shot in the neck during the Battle of Ezra Church on 28 July 1864,he was furloughed until the end of the war,when he was discharged from service.he married Mary Ann Hartline in 1870,her Father George Washington Hartline served in Co.C 19th Alabama Infantry.Jabe died february 2 1926 from his wound that he recieved at Atlanta becoming infected.
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Name: Robert ChandlerRank: Private Company: K
Pvt. Co. K, 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Enlisted (Age 27) – Aug. 12th 1861, Blountville, AL
Appears on Regimental Return – Nov. 1862 – Sick
Appears on a Register of Floyd House and Ocmulgee Hospitals, Macon, Ga., Sept 12, 1864
Brigade – Johnston, Blountville, Ala.
JSW, fracture of left _______ near elbow joint

Died in the Civil War
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Name: Henry Hitt RawlsRank: Private Company: K
My g-g-granduncle was born Hall County, Georgia June 1840. Enlisted Blountsville, Alabama June 1861. Wounded at Shiloh and served as company medic for remainder of the war.
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Name: Shadrick Simpson RawlsRank: Private Company: K
My g-g-grandfather was born Lumpkin County, Georgia 12/25/1843. Enlisted Ripley, Tennessee 8/9/1862. Wounded 9/20/1863 at Chickamauga and captured in August 1864 during Atlanta Campaign. Spent remainder of the war at Camp Chase, Ohio.
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Name: Thomas Webster ScruggsRank: Private Company: K
Thomas Webster Scruggs is my great grandfather. He joined Aug 12 1861 in Blountsville AL and served till surrender in 1865.
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