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5th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: James FultonRank: Private Company:
Phelans Company,Alabama Light Artillery
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Name: John Houston PendergrassRank: Private Company:
John H. Pendergrass, 5th Alabama Infantry. Detached to Heth's Division as Division Blacksmith. Later detached to A. P. Hill's Division as Division Blacksmith. Captured at 3rd Battle of Petersburg, detained at Point Lookout, Md. Signed Oath of Allegiance 16 JUN 1865.
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Name: David JayRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted in the 5th Alabama from Barbour County,Alabama.
Captured on July 5,1863.Held at Ft Delaware.Died from the measles on September 9.1863.
Brother of John Duncan Jay.
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Name: John Duncan JayRank: Private Company: A
My Gr Gr Grandfather.Enlisted in the 5th Alabama from Barbour County,Alabama.
Wounded on July 1,1863 at Gettysburg.Captured along with brother David Jay on July 5,1863.Transferred to Point Lookout October of 1863.Remained a prisoner until the end of the war.
Died July 14,1921 in Geneva County,Alabama.
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Name: John T. SmithRank: Private Company: A
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Name: John M. McCainRank: Private Company: B
Wounded in the right shoulder during the battle of 'The Wilderness'.
Contact Name: Joe Beasley
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Name: James E. ShellRank: Private Company: B
James E. Shell enlisted on 24 Feb 1863. The Civil War Service Database at the Alabama Department of Archives and History has some information online but not much. This archive says he enlisted when he was 17, was a farmer, single at the time, and from Calhoun County. Lists Georgia as his state of birth. His Widow 'N.K. SHELL' or Nancy Kizar Ramsey allplie for pension in St. Clair County, AL on 24 July 1900. Engagements: Present at Chancellorsville 3 May 1863.
Contact Name: Karen J Meury
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Name: John J (Jack) SmithRank: Private Company: C
Born Virginia 1824, came to Sumter County, Alabama 1853. Married Sarah Ann Eskridge, dau. of Samuel Eskridge and Jane Harkness Petigrew near Livingston, AL. He was killed in action 30 October 1864. Burial place unknown. The 5th Alabama was in Petersburg, VA vicinity at that time.
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Name: Bright WatersRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William H. WIGGINSRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted mar.16th 1862 Bells Ldg.by Capt.Tom Riley.Prisoner May 5th,1864 Battle of the Wilderness.He was only 17 when he enlisted.He was my Great G Grandfather.
Contact Name: Billy Wiggins
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Name: David E. BaileyRank: Unknown Company: D
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Name: William J. MadisonRank: Private Company: D
My Great Great Great Uncle
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Name: James Edward WebbRank: Private Company: D
James E. Webb enlisted in Greensboro, Alabama, on April 18, 1861. How long he served with the unit is unknown, as he later became a staff officer, serving under Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, among others, until the end of the war. Any further information appreciated.
Contact Name: Robert Rogers
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Name: JONATHAN WHITEHEAD WILLIAMSRank: Captain Company: D
Capt. Williams served in the Greensboro Guard. He wrote articles about his time with the unit, that was published in the local newspaper in the early 1900. Capt. Williams was born in 1840 to Charles Williams & Jackie Whitehead Wiggins. He married Carolyn Avery in 1864 and had 9 children; Edwin (m. Nancy Ann Susan Blakeney) , Carlos/Carl (m. Blanche Murphree), Lemuel (m. E. Page Harris), Hope (married Patton), Mae (m. Dave Bell), Lucy (married John Magruder Jefferson), Ora (married Douthit), Nettie (m. Ira Barnes) & Carrie.
Capt. Williams managed the Greensboro poor house and died in 1908.
Contact Name: DEBRA JEFFERSON MCSHANE
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Name: Jacob Bean YoungbloodRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: William P. Rodgers, Jr.
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Name: John Lake YoungbloodRank: Lieutenant Company: D
Co H, 18th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA and Co D, 5th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA
b 3 June 1835 in Edgefield District, South Carolina; d 27 June 1902 in Pike County, Alabama
'At the outbreak of the war he joined the Co. 'H' 18th Alabama, the company being commanded by Capt. Hamner. He was elected Lieutenant and served for some time, but later resigned and joined in Nov. '62 Co. 'D' of the 5th Alabama in the army of Northern Virginia, this company being commanded by Capt. Jonathan W. Williams, now of Greensboro, Ala. Capt. Williams declared the deceased, after long comradeship with him, the best and purest man that he had ever seen, and said that as a right-hand bower to the Chaplain he was a power in Moralizing the regiment.' (Troy Messenger)
Grandfather of Mary Youngblood Gibson
bur Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, Pike County, Alabama
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Name: Thomas Bevins GoldenRank: Private Company: E
I have listed this relative (G grandfather) on another unit, 54th Alabama Infantry, Co. B. Both are legitimate, and documented. Jim Golden
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Name: Jacob W. VailRank: Private Company: E
He served also for three years before he was captured on July 2nd 1863 at Gettysburg while making the assult towards Little Round Top he died in prison Camp At Ft. Deleware Deleware
Contact Name: Chadd M. Vail
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Name: Jeremiah Bozier VailRank: Private Company: E
Jeremiah Bozier Vail served with the 5th Alabama Infantry He was of Company E, he served the first year of the war, he was killed in action in 1862 at the battle of Jackson Virginia he was one of 4 brothers to die in the war.
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Name: John Calvin VailRank: Private Company: E
Served first 3 years was Captured July 2nd 1863 at Gettysburg on assult on Little Round Top he died in prison camp Point Lookout
Contact Name: Chadd M. Vail
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Name: Martin Luther VailRank: Private Company: E
Martin Luther brother of Jeremiah died of wounds recieved at Chancellorsville Virginia in 1863
Contact Name: Chadd M. Vail
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Name: Henry W. BainsRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Aaron Henry ChildsRank: Private Company: G
Aaron served 4 years & parolled at Appomatox.
Contact Name: Jimmie
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Name: Manasseh Lee HornRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Lewis T. LangRank: Private Company: H
Surrender with General Rob. LEE APPOMATTOX COURTHOUSE APRIL,COMPANY G 5TH ALABAMA INFANTRY,THANK YOU........
Contact Name: Lewis T. lang Jr.
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Name: Henry BradfordRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Leroy L. BrittRank: Private Company: I
Captured at Gettysburg 1 Jul 1863 sent to Ft.Delaware and vanished.
Contact Name: Gordon B Echols
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Name: William H. ChampionRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted 2 Aug 1861 at Grove Hill (Clarke County), Alabama. Discharged on 22 May 1862. He was listed as a butcher. According to my grandfather, he reentered the Army and was killed in 1864 in a battle in Georgia. Would love to locate more information on this.
Contact Name: Hubert Champion
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Name: William Jack PeoplesRank: Corporal Company: I
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Contact Name: Stephen Woodard
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Name: John Hamilton WestRank: 4th Corporal Company: I
WEST, John Hamilton
(4th Corporal, New Company “I” 5th Alabama Infantry Regiment) John Hamilton West, Jr. born September 1831 in St Clair County, Alabama and died April 30, 1903 in Lower Peach Tree, Wilcox County, Alabama and buried Independence Cemetery, Wilcox County, Alabama the son of Elizabeth M. Horton, (b. in North Carolina) and John H. West, Sr. J. H. West Jr. married December 25, 1857 in Clarke County, Alabama to Julia Mae Champion...John Jr & Julia were my great great grandparents.
Contact Name: Sherry Champion Marter
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Name: Morgan C. WoodardRank: Private Company: I
This was my great grandfather. In 1861 he and his brothers William Woodard and Francis Marion Woodard enlisted in Company A 5th Alabama but about 1863 were in the new Company I.
Contact Name: M A Dixon
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Name: Thomas M. C. BryantRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted May 15, 1861, Clayton, Alabama (Barbour County). As there was another Thomas M. Bryant (Corporal) in the 5th Alabama at the same time, he changed his official name on military records to 'M. C. Bryant'. The unit traveled to Pensacola, Florida, for equipping and training, then to join Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. While the 5th was en route to the Battle of First Manassas, he was mildly wounded at a skirmish at Farr's Cross Roads, VA. While recuperating, he developed pneumonia and was medically discharged on Jan. 11, 1862. He was paid a discharge and travel voucher of $63.66. He later traveled to Navarro County, Texas, where he and his wife, Harriett, owned a ranch until her death, after which, he lived out his life with his daughter, Maggie Allen Bryant Sterling, her husband, and their children in Wortham Texas (Freestone County). He is thought to have died between the 1900 census (on which he is listed) and 1910 census.
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Name: Marion T. FrenchRank: Private Company: K
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