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7th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Richard Jackson BreedRank: Private Company: A
Richard Jackson Breed was in LaFayette Guards.
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Name: Leonard H. BullockRank: Private Company: A
My great-great grandfather Leonard H. Bullock enlisted with the 7th Alabama Infantry Company A ‘’Lafayette Guards’’(Chambers County) as documented by the muster roll in Barancus,Florida on September 1, 1861. The Seventh organized at Pensacola, May 18, 1861, with eight infantry and two mounted companies. It was composed of twelve months' men, of companies that rendezvoused at that place. It remained on duty there till November, when it was ordered to Chattanooga, and a month later to Bowling Green. It was in a temporary brigade under Col. S.A.M. Wood, and fell back with the army to Corinth. The time of service of most of the companies expired the first week in April 1862, and it disbanded, though the company from Montgomery and Autauga, and other men of the regiment, fought at Shiloh. The mass of the men went at once into other organizations as Leonard Bullock did when he re-enlisted with the 46th Alabama Infantry, Co. G, May 14, 1862 along with 2nd Lieutenant James M. Handley, Pvt. John F. Smith, and Pvt. Thomas Miller.
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Name: William Granville HudsonRank: Private Company: C
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: William Hugh McDonaldRank: Unknown Company: F
Born Dec 1833. Died Oct2, 1915. Buried in Claybank Church Cemetery, Ozark, Dale Co. AL....
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Name: Elazar LarkinsRank: Private Company: K
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Name: Barzillia Collumbus ThompsonRank: Unknown Company: M
The 7th AL cav (Malone's) was merged into the 9th AL cav in 1864. My gggf Barzillia fought with the original Malone's until the Unit was captured in NC in 1865. His military records show as 'Collumbus Thompson'
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